Cape Blanco State Park on the Oregon Coast

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In this video, I update you on our latest movements as we head back north to British Columbia. I show you around our latest camping spot Cape Blanco State Park, on the Oregon Coast.

We stayed here for three nights in late March and lucked out with some sunny skies and mild temps. The cost was $26 per night for water and electric campsite. Note: the dump station was closed and has been closed for a few years now. I highly rate this park for a stopover when heading along the coast. Pretty surroundings, lots of history, and a short drive from the main highway.

Video Footage from Cape Blanco State Park

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Cape Blanco State Park on the Oregon Coast

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