Your Parks “Go Guide”
A newsletter for Oregon State Park camping and day visitors. Updated as needed, but at least twice a month.
We're on InstagramWhale Watch Week kicks off this Saturday at 24 locations on the Oregon coast. This year over 215 volunteers will be out documenting the migration and helping you see the Whales! As an added bonus, orcas have been seen today in Depoe Bay! #whalewatching #depoebaywhalecenter #orcas #graywhale #volunteers #citizenscienceTrillium are always a welcome sight, but for park rangers working in the burn area of the Columbia River Gorge this a special find in Ainsworth Campground. The trails are still closed, but the Gorge is showing signs of healing after the Eagle Creek Fire. • • • • #oregonstateparks #eaglecreekfire #ainsworthstatepark #gorgewildflowersGood day to be at the beach. #yaquinabay #sunWaves breaking over #CapeKiwanda The entire Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area is closed Jan.18.
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Explore & Play
Visit the Events Calendar to find fun at your favorite state park.
- RT @OceanscapeNet: TOMORROW: Join @orcoastaquarium @SOLVEinOregon @ORStateParks for a beach clean up at South Beach State Park, Newport. Al… 21 hours ago
- RT @SOLVEinOregon: Did someone say... "photo contest"? This Saturday, join SOLVE for the Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup, presented by @AAAOreg… 3 days ago
- 2018 Spring Whale Watch Week runs March 24-31 oregonstateparks.wordpress.com/2018/03/20/201… 4 days ago
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