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Sep 26, 2018 - Grayland State Park

2018-09-26.Grayland Beach State Park We reluctantly left Olympic National Park and started the long trek home. We traveled south on US 101 along the Pacific Ocean and the western coast of Washington state, finally ending up at Grayland Beach State Park. As with the other Washington State Parks, Grayland Beach is an amazing place both from a location standpoint and from a camper's perspective. First, location....right on the Pacific Ocean with trails leading across the dunes more than a half mile to the ocean itself. The beach is huge and at...

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Sep 24, 2018 - Ira Springs Trail

2018-09-24.Ira Springs Trail, Bogachiel Rain Forest Since the Hoh Rain Forest trails were closed for road improvements, we decided to hike in the Bogachiel Rain Forest, not too far from our campground. We had to go "off road" on Undi Road to the trailhead for Bogachiel River Trail. Once there, we took a fork in the trail to hike the Ira Springs Trail. It was an amazing walk through the forest primeval past western red cedars and Sitka spruce hundreds of feet high. Every single inch of the forest, except for the trail itself, was covered in...

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Feb 23, 2010 - Passed through Fork, WA

We broke camp today and are continuing around the peninsula. And for you Twilight movie fans, we drove through the town of Forks, WA, where the Twilight book series were based. It was a small town, and we didn’t have see a place for us to pull over, today, but looks like we will be returning tomorrow, as we picked up a nail in one of our trailer tires and will go back into Forks tomorrow to get it repaired. Tonight we are staying in Bogachiel State Park, just outside of Forks.

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