Redwood National Park

June 3-6, 2019

Harris Beach State Park, Brooking Oregon

Our campsite.

We had a wonderful time at Collier State Park visiting Crater Lake National Park but we are super excited about getting closer to the water. There is just something about being by the water and especially getting to travel up the Pacific Coast. Our first stop is Harris State Park in Brooking, Oregon. Our travel here was 206 miles just a little over 4 hours. Check in was smooth but after we realized they had water sites and the site I picked was in the back of the park there was a little disappointment in the air but hey we are here and it’s so beautiful. How could we be disappointed? After we set up camp we headed down to the water.

Hike down
From snow to the beach
Driftwood every where
Can I please get out
Our sunset on the Pacific Coast

June 4 we were up early and headed to the Redwoods. It’s about an hour drive from the campground. We got to the visitors center just as they opened. The ladies that were working helped us to decided where we needed to go and while we were there the ranger asked us if Nova had her Bark Ranger badge. Well she does now. 🙂

Just a few pictures from our day at the Redwoods. The trees are just amazing. There are lots and lots of hikes to take here but National Parks are not pet friendly so we could only stay where cars can travel. Even with that we were able to see some pretty big trees.

Nova says Hi

After our day at the park we headed back to the campground.


Starfish on the rock

Didnt stay until the end but close enough. Tomorrow we move up the coastline to Coos Bay, Oregon.

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