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164 Use the ICON KEY on the FRONT COVER FLAP 101 Siskiyou Nat l Forest 10 mi. Floras Lake Cape Blanco Pacific Ocean 16 mi. Bandon Coos Bay Langlois PORT ORFORD ® S i x e s R i v e r E l k R i v e r 26 101 Pacific Ocean Warrenton Ft. Stevens State Park Astoria 3 mi. Fred Meyers Shilo Inn Stop&Go Seaside 13 mi. Ridge Rd. Columbia River ® E . H a r b o r D r . O r e g o n C o a s t H w y . S . M a i n A v e . 3 Bandon/Port Orford Is this the enchanted forest? This KOA sure seems like it, with 8 acres of native Oregon trees creating wonderfully woodsy, secluded campsites. Add a 1/2-acre playground, heated pool, 14-foot-long hot tub, hot showers and summer pancake breakfasts with strawberries or blackberries, and you've discovered a truly magical setting. It's only a short drive to the beach, where you'll discover why this area is known as "Oregon's best-kept secret" with lighthouses, tide pools and sandy shores. With Floras Lake and the Rogue River nearby, every activity from crabbing to windsurfng is at the tips of your toes. The fun continues back at the camp- ground during the summer with free evening rides on the miniature train for the young or young at heart. For motorhomes or ffth-wheels more than 38 feet (not including tow vehicle), please call the campground direct. Pool: May 22–Sept. 30. Max pull thru: 80 ft. Your hosts: the Bathe and Devine families. 16 miles south of Bandon or 10 miles north of Port Orford on scenic Highway 101 at mile marker 291. January 19 — November 1 koa.com/camp/bandon RESERVATIONS 800-562-3298 • INFO 541-348-2358 46612 Highway 101 South, Langlois, OR 97450 2 Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside Welcome to the ocean, the history and the fun of Oregon's North Coast! Your family, young and old, will love the wide range of amenities and activities available to you at this campground. Stay in one of the Deluxe Cabins. Enjoy the indoor pool and hot tub, Jumping Pillow, mini golf, playgrounds, giant chess set, rental bikes and dog park. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available too. The new activities building ofers basketball, family movies, board games, Ping-Pong, pool tables and arcade games. Experience themed weekends throughout the year, as well as organized games and crafts all summer long. Step outside your door and discover the lure of the Columbia River and Pacifc Ocean. Spend a day bike riding, kite fying, whale watching, clam digging and beachcombing across the street in historic Fort Stevens. Discover the rich local history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition at Fort Clatsop. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 90 ft. Your hosts: Recreational Adventures Co. From US 101: Follow signs to Ft Stevens State Park. From I-5: Take WA State Exit 36 to Hwy 30 W. Follow signs to Ft Stevens State Park campground entrance. OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/astoria RESERVATIONS 800-562-8506 • INFO 503-861-2606 1100 Northwest Ridge Road, Hammond, OR 97121 1 Albany/Corvallis The bridges of Madison County have nothing on the picturesque covered bridges here in western Oregon—not to mention the more than 700 historic structures that hark back to Albany's boom in the 1800s. The Albany/Corvallis KOA has easy access to all the historic, cultural, sporting and natural attractions of the area, including Oregon State University. You also can visit the many wineries in Linn and Benton counties. Just 5 miles from I-5, the campground is surrounded by the evergreens of the Willamette Valley and features its own nature trail—great for bird-watching!— along the Calapooia River. Enjoy watching Albany's unique, hand-crafted Historic Carousel carvers and painters! On summer Saturday nights, join in hula hoop contests and ice cream socials. From bridges to campsites, this KOA has you covered. Year-round campfres allowed—enjoy s'mores all year long! Pool: Memo- rial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 69 ft. Your hosts: the Greig family. From I-5 Exit 228: West onto Hwy 34, 4.5 miles to Oakville Rd S. From Corvallis area: Take Hwy 34 E for 5 miles to Oakville Rd S, turn right at KOA sign. Oregon PAST KOA CAMPGROUND OF THE YEAR 20 34 36 34 99 99E 5 5 Eugene CORVALLIS Harrisburg Peoria Rd. Pacific Ocean Ocean Beaches Newport Junction City Oakville Rd. Albany Lebanon Salem Exit 228 ® W i l l a m e t t e R i v e r OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/albany RESERVATIONS 800-562-8526 INFO 541-967-8521 33775 Oakville Road South Albany, OR 97321 Coos Bay Blanco

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