RVers Find Comfort Traveling Oregon Coast
The following is a column written by Cindy Quick Wilson of the Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore., offering a snapshot of her travels along the Oregon coastline.
Whether it’s dry camping in the wilderness or enjoying the comforts of a full-hookup RV park on the shores of Oregon’s spectacular coast, all RV enthusiasts agree — it’s all about the joys of camping.
For some hardy souls, camping means pitching a tent, snuggling in sleeping bags and cooking on a Coleman stove or a grill balanced on a fire ring. For the rest of us — some of whom may have left those days behind — we freely admit to enjoying a soft bed, a plug-in coffeemaker and a hot shower in the morning.
The best part is traveling with all the comforts of home: your own bed, your own shower, and being able to cook whatever you want to eat,” says Sheila Frampton of Junction City, Ore., who comes from a family of RV enthusiasts, including four siblings who all have motorhomes and fifth-wheels. She and husband Clayton just returned from a two-month trip to Arizona, Nevada and Colorado. Click here to read more…