For us as a family, one of our most exciting and coveted times is our annual RV trip. We spend days prepping for this trip, getting excited about places we will go and things we will see. The night before we load up the vintage rig with all of our favorite books, craft coffee, our favorite treats and snacks, twinkle lights and cozy blankets.
- Get there in the amount of time that it takes.
- We don’t have any obligations, and we are not in a hurry.
- We let the journey lead us as we slow down, rest, connect and treasure the time together.
This town is just one of those places that you will leave remembering for years. The iconic clam chowder, the pungent scent of ocean water and fresh catches of the day, and the slowness of it all, removed from the bustle of metropolitan cities.
Coos Bay, OR
The first morning waking up in our cozy little RV, just big enough for the three of us, left us lazily wandering the beach in front of our favorite RV Park of all time: Bay Point Landing. We savor the peace and calm of this place and the thoughtful design and layout of this modern campground.
There is this sandy escape if you go down the hiking path from the campground. We trekked between massive rock cliffs, seizing a view of the ocean for as long as we could before moving downwards.
We played and ran around, stopping to notice the details, and taking lots of photos to look back on these times in the future.