The Olson's Retirement RV Adventures travel blog

Our campsite from the street.

Campsite from the backside at the creek.

Creek from the campsite.

View from the bridge turnout.

Canyon Creek Bridge

Canyon Creek

Fishing along the Hope Highway

Hope's Cafe dated 1896.

Hope

Historical Hope

Community center.

Very beautiful yard and old restored home.


Our decision was to leave Homer and find a camping spot between Hope and Whittier. We found a USFS campground past the Hope Highway toward Whittier. It had no hook-ups and was off the beaten path next to a creek. Campground is The Granite Creek Campground. It has 19 sites and probably only had 5 of them occupied. It's good to get away from the RV parks and feel the backwoods. We were concerned for bears and took precautions.

We unhooked the car and drove 14 miles to check out the town of Hope. It's located at the end of Hope Highway on Turnagain Arm. Population says 151. It is a failed gold rush town that persisted. It has a 1896 store/cafe, museum, library, art galleries, hiking trails and recreational gold miners. It a very picturesque small town.

Tomorrow: Whittier



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