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I'll go first:

This is in Florence, OR. Right outside of the Jesse M. Honeyman State Park.

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YEE HAA!

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Very nice pics! I plan on going that way this spring for a little vacation. The state park you were at, does it have camping? If so, can you ride straight from the park to the beach and dunes? Thanks........

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Very nice pics! I plan on going that way this spring for a little vacation. The state park you were at, does it have camping? If so, can you ride straight from the park to the beach and dunes? Thanks........

Oh yeah it has camping and direct access to the dunes just as long as you stay in H-Loop. This is very important because if you stay in any other loop you have to trailer out or push your bike to H-loop. This is the very best camp ground on the central Oregon coast IMO.

We are going to be there this spring too with our new toy!!!

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Nice pictures, I was out there in the late 80's and rented a Honda pilot and played in the dunes along the coast, I assume these pics are from the same place. Anyway, great pictures. 😢

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Hey i was wondering if the paddels hit you back fender if you bottom, and if they do, do they hit when you bottom on regular tires? 😢

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the paddles do hit the fender sometimes. they also chew up the mudflap in a hurry. small price to pay for the fun of dunebustn' in so. cal sunshine 😢

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Oh yeah it has camping and direct access to the dunes just as long as you stay in H-Loop. This is very important because if you stay in any other loop you have to trailer out or push your bike to H-loop. This is the very best camp ground on the central Oregon coast IMO.

We are going to be there this spring too with our new toy!!!

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Could you please give me more info on this place? I'm thinking I might want to take a winter vacation. This just might be the ticket I've been looking for. 😢

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