SEATTLE – SEATTLE — The beaches in Oregon can be just as spectacular as the sand dunes, but what to do with the excess after a hot day at the beach?
According to The Beach Life, the beach is not just a destination for families and friends, it’s also a playground for the curious and adventurous.
The beach is the perfect playground for curious people looking to get away from it all.
“When you come to the beach, it is like an escape from the everyday world,” said Kayla McBride, owner of The Beach House in Vancouver, Wash.
In the summer, McBride hosts weekly beach parties in the summertime, which can be anywhere from two to three dozen people.
You’ll find them in the parking lot, in the sun deck, on the sand or on the rocks.
One thing to consider is where you go on a beach.
McBride encourages people to bring sunscreen and keep their eye out for sharks.
If you’re on the beach at a certain time of year, there’s always a beach volleyball tournament or the Oregon Beach Party.
But McBride also warns that you should always wear a sun hat and sunglasses to protect yourself.
Even though the sun is hot, there are other cool places to stay at the water, such as a campsite at the top of the Cascade Locks.
At the campsite, you’ll find campsites for up to 20 people, and there’s also the Rainbow Beach Campground, where you can camp in the shade.
And if you’re feeling bold, McBrianns is also hosting a surf festival for the whole family on Friday and Saturday, which starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 10 p.m., so come early and join the party.
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