Don't just take our word for what's good, as there are plenty of books to help you with your research into any Pacific Coast Highway trip, or any vacation anywhere along the way. There are several good guides that cover the entire route, for both drivers and cyclists, and you should pack at least one of these in your luggage.
There are also general guidebooks on the Pacific Coast, and on the individual states of California, Oregon and Washington. There are books about the wildlife, and the kinds of guides we most enjoy reading – restaurant guides.
See under RV Parks and Campgrounds below
San Francisco: 101 Free Things to Do in San Francisco (Kindle Guide)
San Francisco: Frommer's San Francisco Free and Dirt Cheap
San Francisco: Make My Day (Lonely Planet)
San Francisco: Your Insider's Guide to San Francisco
Seattle: Frommer's Guide to Seattle 2009
Bicycling the Pacific Coast
Backroads of the California Coast
Pacific Coast Highway Road Trip (Moon Handbooks)
Pacific Coast Highway Road Trips (Lonely Planet)
Food, Drink, and Restaurant Guides
Good Beer Guide to the West Coast USA
State, Regional, and USA Guides
California Coastal Access Guide
Coastal California (Lonely Planet)
Discover USA (Lonely Planet)
Hidden Pacific Northwest (Ulysses Guides)
Los Angeles, San Diego and Southern California (Lonely Planet)
RV Parks and Campgrounds Guides
California Camping (Moon)
West Coast RV Camping (Moon Outdoors series)
Nov 27, 18 04:03 PM
Brookings is a small city in Oregon which stands on the Pacific Coast Highway at the southern end of the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor, one of the most beautiful drives on the Oregon coast.
Nov 26, 18 03:33 PM
The small town of Bandon on the Oregon coast is big in what it can offer visitors, including some of the finest golf along the Pacific Coast Highway.
Nov 23, 18 06:24 PM
The small port of Astoria in Oregon sits right on Highway 101, the Pacific Coast Highway, at the mouth of the Columbia River where the river flows into the Pacific Ocean.