Camping the Oregon Coast can be extremely romantic. Now, don't think of it from a glass-half-empty point of view.
I realize that it may be tempting, especially if you didn't care for it as a kid. Join the club. But now that you're all grown up, think of it this way:
Whether you're pulling in with a home-away-from-home RV, roughing it in a large tent, renting a cabin, tepee, wagon or comfortable Oregon coast Yurt, the elements for romance are there: you and your lover. Spend the time getting to know each other for the first time or all over again. It's all in your attitude and it really can be lots of fun.
Here is some information to provide a wonderful outdoors experience for you:
If you're a military veteran, hop over to the Specials & Deals section to see if you quality for free stay, courtesy of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.
If you plan to bring along a furry friend (no, I'm not talking about your hairy Uncle Ted!), take a peek at the Oregon Coast Travel Guide section for information on pets in the parks.
So, be adventurous. Find that Oregon Coast campground or Oregon state park (check in the Travel Guide section again) that is perfect for you and spend a relaxing week enjoying the outdoors and the beauty it has to offer.
If you're travelling down the coastline, plan out your itinerary to include a few different site stays. Personally, I was never much of a woodsy-type of guy (my idea of roughing it was a Motel 6 with no remote for the television!), but there are so many cool ways to stay nowadays, that has changed.
Share your experiences and memories, new or old, of camping along the Oregon coast. Was it with your parents, other family, just you and friends or lovers? We'd all love to share your excitement.