Moon Spotlight Oregon Coast Camping & Hiking
Price: $11.95 USD
Moon Spotlight Oregon Coast Camping & Hiking is a 210-page compact guide covering the region’s best camping, hiking, and fishing spots—including Fort Stevens State Park, Oaks Bottom, and the Columbia River Gorge— perfect for campers, hikers, and fishers looking for a fulfilling, back-country experience. Each listing has at-a-glance icons that indicate nearby hiking or biking trails, swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, and hot springs. Outdoors writers Sean Patrick Hill and Tom Stienstra provide easy-to-follow maps and clear driving directions that lead campers and hikers to the best of coastal Oregon’s wilderness.
This Spotlight guidebook is excerpted from Moon Oregon Camping, Moon Oregon Hiking, and Moon Oregon Fishing.
For over 30 years, Tom Stienstra‘s full-time job has been to capture and communicate the outdoor experience. He has hiked 25,000 miles, caught world-record fish, led dozens of expeditions, and is a certified pilot.
Tom is the nation’s top-selling author of outdoors guidebooks. He is the outdoor writer for the San Francisco Chronicle and broadcasts a weekly radio show, Tom Stienstra’s Outdoors Reports, on KCBS-San Francisco. Tom has been inducted into of the California Outdoors Hall of Fame, been named California Outdoor Writer of the Year five times, and received the President’s Choice Award (Newspaper/Website) from the Outdoor Writers Association of America three times.
You can contact Tom directly via the website www.tomstienstra.com. His guidebooks include:
Moon California Camping
Moon California Hiking (with Ann Marie Brown)
Moon California Fishing
Moon California Recreational Lakes & Rivers
Moon Northern California Cabins & Cottages
Moon Northern California Camping
Moon Northern California Hiking (with Ann Marie Brown)
Moon Oregon Camping
Moon Pacific Northwest Camping
Moon Washington Camping
Moon West Coast RV Camping
Tom Stienstra’s Bay Area Recreation
Sean Patrick Hill is a freelance writer, poet, and teacher who has spent many weekends and summers exploring the best of Oregon’s mountains, deserts, and coastlines. Born and raised in upstate New York, Hill moved to Oregon after graduating from the University of Buffalo. He lived in Eugene, Bend, and then Portland, graduating with a master’s in writing from Portland State. For two summers he worked with the Oregon Youth Conservation Corps, leading teenage crews into the Cascade Mountains to do everything from maintaining trails to building bridges to counting frogs. Later, as an AmeriCorps volunteer, he organized tree plantings in local parks, clean-ups of riverside environments, and field trips into the wilderness for high school students.
Hill has written outdoor travel articles for The Oregonian, The Source Weekly, Columbia Gorge Magazine, and Oregon Coast. His poetry appears widely in online and print journals, and his first book of poems, The Imagined Fields, will be published this year.