Big Family Travel Vlog: Silver Creek Falls, Oregon State Park
Join us and our 6 youngest kids as we hike Silver Creek Falls. One of Oregon's amazing outdoor attractions.
Find links to everything you need for a trip To Silver Creek Falls on our blog here:
Looking for more information to visit Oregon I've listed some great books below:
Oregon Hiking: The Complete Guide to over 490 Hikes
Hiking Waterfalls in Oregon: A Guide to the States Best Waterfall Hikes
Best Hikes With Kids: Oregon
Grant's Getaways: Oregon Adventures With Kids
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West Coast Beach Camping!
If you’ve been dreaming of camping on or near as many beaches as you can find, the West Coast has no shortage of places to play in the ocean and make it back to your rig before your shorts dry.
Beach Camping in the United States:
Campgrounds in this Video
Crystal Cove State Park
Rincon Parkway Campground
Kirk Creek Campground
Half Moon Bay State Beach
Wright's Beach Campground - Sonoma Coast State Park
Harris Beach State Park
Cape Blanco State Park
Bullards Beach State Park
Whiskey Creek Beach NW
Fort Stevens State Park
Cape Disappointment State Park
South Beach Campground - Olympic National Park
Point Hudson Marina & RV Park
Fort Flagler State Park
Camano Island State Park
The 10 Best Places to Visit in Maryland, U.S.A.
The 10 Best Places to Visit in Maryland, U.S.A.
Maryland is a state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, bordering Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. to its south and west; Pennsylvania to its north; and Delaware to its east. The state's largest city is Baltimore, and its capital is Annapolis. Among its occasional nicknames are Old Line State, the Free State, and the Chesapeake Bay State. The state is named after the English queen Henrietta Maria of France. Maryland possesses a variety of topography within its borders, contributing to its nickname America in Miniature. It ranges from sandy dunes dotted with seagrass in the east, to low marshlands teeming with wildlife and large bald cypress near the Chesapeake Bay, to gently rolling hills of oak forests in the Piedmont Region, and pine groves in the Maryland mountains to the west. Here are the top 10 best places to visit in Maryland.
10 Best Places to Visit in Maryland
Maryland is a Mid-Atlantic state that's defined by its abundant waterways and coastlines on the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. Its largest city, Baltimore, has a long history as a major seaport. Fort McHenry, birthplace of the U.S. national anthem, sits at the mouth of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, home to the National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center.
WATERFALL ROAD TRIP | Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
Multnomah Falls has been on my bucket list since I saw pictures of it years ago on Instagram. It is cooler in person than in pictures.
On this little road trip, we headed east through Washington past some very scenic overlooks. We crossed the Bridge of the Gods into Oregon and explain where the name came from. Then we checked out the waterfall area of the Columbia River Gorge, stopping at Horsetail Falls, Multnomah Falls, and Latourell Falls.
We didn't have the time to hike to Oneonta Falls. Next time!
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Drift Creek Falls - Oregon Coast
The scenic waterfall, the longest in Oregon and Washington suspension bridge. Easy 1.25-mile hike.
ONEONTA GORGE | River Walkway to Raging Waterfall of Oregon
The Oneonta Gorge is a scenic gorge located in the Columbia River Gorge area east of Portland, Oregon. With 4 surrounding waterfalls, the Lower Oneonta Falls (most spectacular of the falls) has been preserved as a natural habitat, so there is no trail or footpath. The only way to see it is by walking a mile upstream in knee/chest-high water on very rocky terrain and over a massive log-jam at the base on the creek.
We were also lucky enough to be at the waterfall during the 2017 total solar eclipse that began it's United States trail of totality in Oregon. It went from day to night, leaving us in total darkness for a few minutes at the base of the waterfall. Truly a once in a lifetime experience.
Chasing Waterfalls in Oregon - Historic Columbia River Hwy
Filmed using a Canon Vixia HF-G30 on a monopod.
We went chasing waterfalls along the Columbia River Gorge in Northern Oregon. Most of these waterfalls are just off the main road and easily accessible!!! It's a fine site to see!!!!
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Oregon Coast by Brookings - Best of USA Travel - YouTube
You can not travel fast along the West Coast of the USA, every mile has new and spectacular scenery along with places to pull out and enjoy the wild scenery.
PISGAH NATIONAL FOREST WATERFALLS
Come enjoy some beautiful waterfalls in the Pisgah National Forest!
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Pisgah National Forest is a National Forest in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina. It is administered by the United States Forest Service, part of the United States Department of Agriculture. The Pisgah National Forest is completely contained within the state of North Carolina. The forest is managed together with the other three North Carolina National Forests (Croatan, Nantahala, and Uwharrie) from common headquarters in Asheville, North Carolina. There are local ranger district offices located in Pisgah Forest, Mars Hill, and Nebo.
The Pisgah National Forest was established in 1916, one of the first national forests in the eastern United States. The new preserve included approximately 86,700 acres that had been part of the Biltmore Estate, but were sold to the federal government in 1914 by Edith Vanderbilt. Some of the forest tracts were among the first purchases by the Forest Service under the Weeks Act of 1911. While national forests had already been created in the western United States, the Weeks Act provided the authority required to create national forests in the east as well. Although tracts in the future Pisgah National Forest were among the first purchased under the Weeks Act, the very first to receive formal approval was the 31,000-acre (130 km2) Gennett Purchase in northern Georgia. On March 25, 1921 Boone National Forest was added to Pisgah, and on July 10, 1936, most of Unaka National Forest was added. In 1954 the Pisgah National Forest was administratively combined with the Croatan and Nantahala national forests, collectively known as the National Forests of North Carolina.
American forestry has roots in what is now the Pisgah National Forest. The Cradle of Forestry, (Biltmore Forest School), located in the southern part of the forest, was the site of the first school of forestry in the United States. It operated during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The school was opened and operated at the direction of George Washington Vanderbilt II, builder of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville. The Forestry Education offered at Biltmore was taught by Carl Schenk. A native German, Schenk was referred to Vanderbilt when Gifford Pinchot resigned to operate the newly formed Division of Forestry. The Cradle of Forestry and the Biltmore Estate played a major role in the birth of the U.S. Forest Service. Today these lands are part of an educational and recreational area in Pisgah National Forest.
Located on the forest property is the Bent Creek Campus of the Appalachian Forest Experiment Station, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.