View Full Version : Hiouchi RV Resort

06-29-2010, 05:58 PM
Crescent City, CA. Beautiful site,:D:D FHU, loving life[:p][:p]...Will be here until 8 Jul then up the Oregon Coast. Site G3 if you are in the area. Love to visit with other MOC'ers.:):)

We spent last night at Riverwalk RV Resort in Fortuna, CA. Had dinner with Dave and Theresa (dandt). Great evening and glad to see them again:D. They are workamping there this summer. Stop in and say hello to them.[8D]

06-30-2010, 04:33 AM
Glad you made trip safe and sound. Thanks for the great conversation Phil and Cathy. Have a great July 4th. My sister mentioned an oly time Trap/Shoot re-Inactment event going on up there this w/e at the state park. If you are looking for something to do. Teresa

06-30-2010, 02:13 PM
We are headed that way in a few weeks and plan on staying at Hiouchi around mid August. Sounds like a great place. I will keep in touch with you when we get going west.

Tim and Susan

06-30-2010, 06:03 PM
We stayed in Klamath, just below Crescent City. We found the park in Klamath just a little more appealing and out of the hub-bub. Ha! When we left we took 199 from Crescent City to Grants Pass, then I-5 North. I called it an exciting ride, Earlene called it frighteningly scary. Hey! What does she know. Just because the drop-offs were on her side.

If you want just a few days of relaxation with a fully fenced in dog park on premise (big one) try Armitage County Park, in Eugene, OR (Coburg). You can run up the highway a mile and visit Marathon Coach, but leave your wallet behind. Armitage has very spacious sites with FHU and only $25 a night.

By the way, Whidbey Island NAS is fantastic for the view. No sewer, but who cares. Reservations a must during most time. If you do decide, once you register do not stop at the Convergence Zone. Go straight to the park and the host will tell you to "pick a site." Hopefully there will be many available depending on what time of day you get there. The reservations are just to have a spot, but the spots are first come first park.