Wiggle out of your sleeping bag, toss back the tent flap and take in the morning view. Sounds like a great fall morning in Oregon. The Smith River forms in the Coast Range and flows about 50 miles west, emptying into the Pacific Ocean just north of Reedsport, Oregon. With 10 campsites operated by the Bureau of Land Management, this peaceful, old-growth forest setting provides an ideal place to picnic, wade, fish and watch for bald eagles. Photo by Michael Campbell, Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands).