On our way to Oregon, we stopped for two days in Trinidad. We stayed at Emerald Forest Cabins and RV, which was quite a change from the Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park (basically a big, gravel parking lot with hook-ups). Emerald Forest RV is in a heavily wooded area, so you actually do feel like you are camping in the forest.
We celebrated our 31st wedding anniversary at Moonstone Grill where the food was delicious, but the view was spectacular. The restaurant is tucked away, right on the coast with a wall of windows overlooking the beach area. The corner table, where we were seated, was the prime spot for viewing the coastline and the breathtaking sunset. We brought a Lynmar Pinot Noir and enjoyed a leisurely dinner while watching the sky change from blue to a mix of muted oranges as the sun went down.