Got this sent to me by a friend, thought I’d share.
Oregon Coast Get Together in Tillamook, Oregon
July 20 to 28th, 2019
Port of Tillamook RV Park http://www.potb.org/rv-park/
We are having a Get Together of nomads and friends the last week of July 2019 on the central Oregon Coast. July 20th to July 28th. You are welcome to come early and stay longer.
We chose Tillamook, Oregon on the coast. It is an hour’s drive WEST from Portland, Oregon.
This campground is by the Tillamook Air Museum, costs $15.00 (cash) a night. That’s an incredible bargain for the coast. There is a bathroom provided.
It is basically an open meadow and there are picnic tables. Beware this is a first come type campground. There are no reservations for this small campground. Also note the entrance to the campground is a different road than the entrance to the airport. The road sign at Highway 101 is Matlock Way. Again there are NO reservations. This is a small campground.
Come for a good time and make friends and travel plans with others.
There is no stage, no pavilion, and no bathhouse. Nothing is planned except for potlucks on both Sundays, a Dessert for Dinner evening, a pancake breakfast and daily gathering at 4:20.
Tillamook, Oregon is a great place to start, stop or continue any travel adventures you may have in the great Pacific Northwest.
Yes, there will be a free pile so bring anything you no longer need that you think someone else could use. The free pile is always fun.
Please private message me if you are interested in attending.
Tillamook has shopping, restaurants, and the famous cheese and ice cream factories.
There is also dispersed camping on the Trask River just a few miles out of town. The Blue Heron Cheese Store allows overnight stays, free.
There is much to do in the area. Munson Falls is a nice short trail along the stream to a waterfall, Tillamook Air Museum is located across from the campground, train rides, petal train railrides, kayaking on the bay, Cape Meares Lighthouse, fishing, etc.
http://www.potb.org/rv-park/ campground info.
https://tillamookcoast.com/ has lots of info.
Great hiking at Cape Lookout State Park Campground and it has an RV dump as well as Bar View Jetty Campground. Kilchis Trail is also a great loop hike https://www.oregonhikers.org/field_guide/Kilchis_Point_Loop_Hike