Saturday, June 4th and Sunday, June 5th are free admission and parking days at Oregon State Parks. The Evening of June 4th is also a free camping night at all Oregon State Park campgrounds including RV hookup sites.
Many of our favorite campgrounds located in the northwest are usually situated along a river bank or body of water. Their proximity to rivers is exactly why we like these campgrounds... View Article
Every year as the weather starts to turn from non-stop gray to blue skies filled with sun we start to see an increase in injuries and deaths related to outdoor... View Article
Cape Horn hike is a 7 mile loop in the Columbia River Gorge offering excellent views, waterfalls and creek crossings. This is the perfect summer morning hike for the intermediate hiker with out and back options for beginners.
Hiking in the Columbia River Gorge can at times be frustrating thanks to the draw of large crowds on nice weekends and the recent boom in outdoor recreation. Trailhead parking... View Article
The Wahclella Falls loop hike is much easier to complete than the name of this two tier waterfall is to pronounce. Also known as Tanner Creek Falls, Wahclella Falls is... View Article
Backpacking to Jefferson Park Wilderness You have probably noticed quite a few photos of Mt. Jefferson on this website as of lately and there is a good reason for that.... View Article
The RAVPower USB Solar Charger Panel is a lightweight and compact solar panel designed to be both affordable and efficient while keeping your USB devices powered up with full bars.... View Article
Lower Falls Creek Falls Hike The hike to Falls Creek Falls in Washington is a great short out and back style hike that follows Falls Creek most of the way... View Article
Making coffee while car camping is pretty much a no-brainer. There are tons of options from the French Press to the classic percolator however brewing a batch of the black stuff while backpacking raises another challenge.