Tag Archives: Oceans

28Jan/19

Top 4 Oregon Coast Attractions – Summer 2018

Top 4 Oregon Coast Attractions About this Episode: Join us in this video as we take you back in time a few months to our summer visit to the Oregon Coast. With so many beautiful features the Oregon Coast is one of our favorite places. It’s really hard to pick just a few of the areas to share with you but we think that these 4 should be at the top of your Oregon coastRead More…

11Nov/18

Olympic National Park & Cape Flattery, Washington

Olympic National Park & Cape Flattery two places you mustn’t miss when you visit the pacific northwest! There are so many things to do that just one week wasn’t enough! Check out our newest video below! Olympic National Park Olympic National Park is one of the largest national parks covering nearly 1 million acres. The park boasts old growth temperate rain forests, snow-covered mountain ranges, and miles of untouched coastline. We decided this trip weRead More…

31Aug/18

California Coast – 5 Interesting Facts

California Coast – 5 Interesting Facts The California Coastal National Monument is located along the entire coastline of California. From San Francisco Bay to San Diego you’ll see Whales, Dolphins, Sea Lions, and various other sea life. Sandy beaches and rugged coastline make for a beautiful trip up or down the coast. Driving along the coast provides a near unlimited amount of picturesque views. The California Coast National Monument ensure the protection of all islets, reefs and rock outcroppingsRead More…

27Jul/18

Oregon Sand Dunes! 40 Miles of Fun for Everyone!

Oregon Sand Dunes! 40 miles of Fun for Everyone! The Oregon Dunes; wind-sculpted sand dunes which tower 500 feet above sea level, therefore, providing numerous recreational opportunities. Opportunities include sand boarding, all-terrain vehicles, and horses. Vacant Pacific Ocean beaches and family fun are enjoyed at this Northwest location. Because the Oregon dunes stretch 40 miles along the Oregon coastline they provide year-round outdoor fun! From Heceta Head, north of Florence, to Cape Arago, just south of CoosRead More…

20Jul/18

5 Interesting Facts about Haystack Rock

5 Interesting Facts about Haystack Rock Haystack Rock is a 235-foot sea stack in Cannon Beach, Oregon. The Haystack Rock tide pools are home to many intertidal animals, including colorful starfish, sea anemone, crabs, and sea slugs. The rock is also a nesting site for many seabirds and puffins. Low tide offers the ability to walk right up to the tide-pools. Haystack Rock can be seen in the opening scene of The Goonies. National Geographic called Cannon Beach “one of the world’s 100 most beautiful places” in theirRead More…

13Jun/18

Ecola State Park, Crescent and Cannon Beaches in Oregon

Oregon is an amazingly beautiful place to visit. Another amazing adventure was our day trip to Ecola State Park, Cannon Beach, and Crescent Beach from our base camp at LL Stub Stewart State Park, about an hour away from the Oregon coast. We stumbled upon the Crescent Beach Trail inside Ecola State Park and hiked it down to Crescent Beach, it was AMAZING. It blew us away! Wow! The 2 miles out and back trail took us about an hourRead More…