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RE: Oregon Coast in September

This thread got me thinking so I tried to make reservations in Sept at Beverly Beach - no luck. Beginning to think that OP should focus on private campgrounds as State Parks are likely going to be difficult/impossible to use. Just to wrap this up, DW just had a dental issue that will keep us around home through most of September. That and our similar experience making reservations has led us to move the trip to next year. Thanks to all for the advice.
UtahBluegrass 08/06/20 01:07pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon Coast in September

Thanks to all. A lot of food for thought which is what we like about having forums like this.
UtahBluegrass 07/31/20 10:00am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon Coast in September

State Parks just opened up a month ago and are only taking reservations 30 days in advance. Good news is that they aren't filled up months in advance like they usually are. Less good is that I can't make September reservations for another couple of weeks.
UtahBluegrass 07/30/20 02:40pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Oregon Coast in September

We're planning a first time trip up the Oregon Coast after Labor Day. Planning on 3 to 4 day stops at each of the following: Brookings/Gold Beach (Harris Beach SP), Bandon (Bullard's Beach SP), Depoe Bay, and Cannon Beach. We have no agenda other than to relax and take in the sights. We do plan on a jet boat ride up the Rogue, otherwise we're open. Would appreciate any "Must See or Do" on the way. Like I said, this trip is to relax so I'm not looking for a long list of things, just ones that, in your opinion, shouldn't be missed.
UtahBluegrass 07/30/20 01:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Winnemucca to Klamath Falls on 140

Thanks to all of you. I hadn't thought about fuel so I appreciate the reminder. We're good for 300 miles on a tank but I'll make it a point to top off at Denio and Lakeview.
UtahBluegrass 07/30/20 01:11pm Roads and Routes
Winnemucca to Klamath Falls on 140

Planning a trip from Salt Lake City to Brookings on the Oregon Coast in September. Route planners suggest taking NV/OR 140 from Winnemucca to Klamath Falls and Grants Pass. I've not driven 140 before. Pulling a 30'travel trailer. Any issues to be aware of? I'm in no hurry.
UtahBluegrass 07/29/20 10:08pm Roads and Routes
RE: Yellowstone Bridge Bay

Finally got through to the rez center. The answer was that all vehicles must fit in the space. There are a few forty foot spaces but most are 30' or smaller. There is no external parking for the truck.
UtahBluegrass 07/22/20 08:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yellowstone Bridge Bay

Thanks to all. I have tried calling them for three days. Busy signal non-stop.
UtahBluegrass 07/22/20 12:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Yellowstone Bridge Bay

I was making an online reservation for a 30 foot space at Bridge Bay campground. One of the screens asks the length of my trailer and length of my truck. Then says that the COMBINED length cannot exceed 30 feet and that if I show up, I may not be allowed to use the site. Can that be true? Or is there someplace in the campground to park the truck?
UtahBluegrass 07/21/20 09:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: UT Old Hwy 91

It's been a year since I took this route but I don't recall it being anything but an easy drive. It's certainly an much easier grade than going through Virgin Gorge.
UtahBluegrass 02/04/20 07:21pm Roads and Routes
RE: Anyone attending blythe bluegrass festival 2020?

No problem buying tickets at the gate. Plenty of room. Thanks alot for your information. We're staying 5 nites in Palm springs before the show. You? We'll be at Las Vegas RV Resort for a few days prior. After the festival we head to San Diego for a couple of weeks of sunshine and warmth!
UtahBluegrass 12/17/19 04:00pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: Anyone attending blythe bluegrass festival 2020?

No problem buying tickets at the gate. Plenty of room.
UtahBluegrass 12/11/19 11:11pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: Anyone attending blythe bluegrass festival 2020?

The $60 is just for your RV for up to four nights (In Thursday out Monday). You'll need $40 admission tickets for each person attending. I just went on the online registration and everything seemed to work. In fact, I just used it for my own tickets. I was also able to download the registration by mail form but I noticed a problem - they tell you to mail it in with a self addressed stamped envelope but they don't give you an address where to send it. I'd just do it online and print out your receipt. They have a list at the gate of people who registered but I always print it out just in case. Here's the registration page in case you need it: https://coloradoriverfair.com/bluegrass-registration?olsPage=products
UtahBluegrass 12/05/19 10:50am Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: Anyone attending blythe bluegrass festival 2020?

The only potentially troubling variable is the weather. They have two outdoor stages. One is in the race track. The other is a smaller shaded stage area. If the weather gets wet, as it did two years ago, there is a very large building adjacent that they moved everyone into. There are three camping areas. The grassy area that I mentioned, the middle of the race track behind the stage (I wouldn't recommend it) and a gravel parking lot. All are easy walking distance to the stages.
UtahBluegrass 11/27/19 01:33pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: UTV trails/campgrounds in Richfield Utah area ???

I'll second the vote for South Forty RV Park. We go there a lot with our Teryx. Their Fall Colors rally is a favorite. The owners are very helpful recommending trail routes. You won't have any trouble not being street legal. There are direct routes from the RV park to the trails on the west side and you can drive through Marysvale without concern to reach the east side trails. No problem with your tires on any of the trails we've been on. It's a great area to ride.
UtahBluegrass 11/26/19 10:12pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anyone attending blythe bluegrass festival 2020?

We'll be there. We've gone for several years. And I agree with Ava - come early, get a spot on the grassy area and they will bring a wood stove and a supply of firewood to your site. It is dry camping, though. There are two RV parks just east of the fairgrounds that some folks use but most stay at the fairgrounds. I'd guess that there were close to 200 rigs camped there. One change is that in past years the festival was put on by the chamber of commerce. For 2020 they have turned it over to the fairgrounds to run. The band lineup looks good and if they get the same volunteers as in years past, it should be a winner. Be prepared for cool to cold evenings. You might also consider Bluegrass on the Beach Festival in Lake Havasu on the first weekend in March. It is our favorite festival.
UtahBluegrass 11/26/19 09:38pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
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