Oregon winter day trips

Last weekend was a success! We sold our spare Sprinter seats and reclaimed our garage. We painted our bathroom while the neighborhood kids made a tent city in the front yard. I thought about options for Oregon winter day trips.

CD told me that he has a new plan for upcoming Sprinter modifications. I am anxiously awaiting the details.

So, what should we do with the rest of our Oregon winter? Here are a few ideas:

Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area

Yaquina Head. Bring your inter-agency pass and hit the tide pools. There will be just enough but not too many people. You are sure to find something amazing!

Oregon Coast

Any Oregon beach. Sprinter DIY. Oregon winter day trips.

Cannon Beach

Cannon Beach. Rain pants, rain jackets, and spare socks are recommended. Sprinter DIY.

Sno-Park: Oregon Winter

Sno-park. Get your sno-park pass and hit the road. Hope for a rain-free day and you may be surprised how solid of a snow fort you can make with pacific northwest concrete.

Mary’s Peak, Oregon Coast Range Winter Day Trips

Don’t forget the snowshoes. Drive toward’s Mary’s peak until the road is no longer passable and then continue by foot. Bring a shovel and expect to help dig out a stuck car or two. The kids will love it!

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