Festive Deals & Holiday Happenings At Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort
October 05, 2017
If you follow Highway West Vacations on social media, then you probably already know that our Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort is offering 30% off tent sites and RV spaces this holiday season (stays between 11/24/17 and 12/28/17) but you may not know just how wonderful the local holiday light celebration is that takes place every year at Shore Acres State Park.
From 11/23/17 – 12/31/17, the popular Coos Bay, OR holiday event will celebrate its 30th year, showcasing over 325,000 lights placed throughout the park’s sensational gardens. This year’s light sculptures will include pelicans, a life-size leaping orca whale and gray whale, a leaping frog in a pond, an animated bumble bee, seagulls, and crabs, and various other flowers, animals, and landmarks found along the coast.
In addition to these impressive light sculptures, guests will be able to gaze upon 30 large holiday trees, enjoy entertainment in the pavilion, and grab a few refreshments in the festively decorated Garden House. For more information, visit http://shoreacres.net/holiday-lights/.
If you are looking for even more holiday fun along the Oregon Coast, you may also want to consider attending the 22nd Annual Victorian Christmas Open House at the Heceta Lighthouse. This unique holiday event takes place on December 9th, 10th, 16th, and 17th and features local musicians playing holiday favorites, local sponsors providing warm beverages and goodies, and visits from Santa Claus inside the impeccably decorated Keeper’s House! For more information, visit the Heceta Lighthouse website.
No matter what your plans are on the coast this winter, we hope you will enjoy one of our tent or RV spaces at Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort for a festively low price! We wish all outdoor adventurers a happy holiday season and hope to see you traveling along the Highway West!
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