Now that we have arrived at Cape Blanco State Park and settled our RV on its Eden-like spot, we find ourselves greedily savoring this awesome setting. There is much to see and do both within the park and along the coast highway. But first let me introduce you to this popular state park.
Sunny Tours Cape Blanco Campground
Pictures from Cape Blanco
4 Replies to “Welcome to Cape Blanco State Park”
So glad to see you’ve finally made it there. We hope you enjoy your time there. Thank-you for those pictures and video, we are looking forward to more.
Thanks Doug and Tracie. I really enjoyed the flower pics on your last post. Hope you guys are still having fun!
So how much do you actually have to work?
We’re envying you right now, particularly Terrie as she really fell in love with Orygun.
Our schedule is great – we are off every Monday and Tuesday. When we work, our schedule is 12:15pm – 4pm the first day, 9:45am – 4pm (45 minute lunch) the next day and 9:45am – 1pm the last day. Effectively 5 days off and 2 whole days on. Also we discovered yesterday that most parks here allow 1 month volunteer commitments. We plan to take advantage of that to see more parks next time. The volunteer opportunities up here are endless. Lighthouses, parks with ATV trails, Silver Falls has 10 water falls on a trail surrounding the park. One of the volunteer couples here is moving next to Honeyman State Park which has 2 lakes, ATV trails, fishing and kayaking next month. Terry is right to be in love with this state!