Has anyone visited Gold Beach, Oregon? It's a place on our retirement radar but looks really small on the map.
from what i remember, it's a bit more wide open than some of the areas just north of there. if that's what you're looking for, then i suggest it. otherwise, northward is where the coastal range tends to hug the shoreline.
however, if you are that far south, there's some nice country just across the border in california.
prairie creek state park comes to mind..
Thanks for the comment. The idea of the Rogue River and the beach soming together is one draw, and I do love to pan gold which I hear you can do there.
Jacksonville is not too far from Gold Hill and is an historic town that also allows some gold panning.
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