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Old 08-09-2010, 10:48 AM   #1
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A New Oregon State Park!!!!

This will be of special interest to those in the PNW but it is not limited to just us.

A new Oregon State Park will be opening in 2013 called Cottonwood Canyon State Park.

Right now it is in the planning stages and they are taking suggestions on how to lay out this park. That is something really exciting!!

The link below has the new park information AND the links to give the planning staff your input.

Think of your favorite Park. What makes you go back, year after year? What about a Park that you have visited and wished your own, local park, was like that one? Let the planning committee know these things.

First round of meetings finished ó but donít let that stop you Cottonwood Canyon State Park

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Thanks for the heads up PNWGirl. It's impressive that they would solicit such input! Oregon has done such a fantastic job on all of their other state parks that the other 49 states should be asking for THEIR input!
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Oregon has done such a fantastic job on all of their other state parks that the other 49 states should be asking for THEIR input!
Other than for the cost! We will rarely stay in Oregon State Parks because of the cost, except for the ones with "primitive" camping that are $9 per night.
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Other than for the cost! We will rarely stay in Oregon State Parks because of the cost, except for the ones with "primitive" camping that are $9 per night.
I am happy to pay $24 for full hook ups when the Park is so beautiful, well run and everyone seems to be smiling. I swear they are putting something in the water!!

I have already sent my e-mail to the planning committee. They are still having public meetings (next one this month in Portland), so you have an opprotunity most do not. Have a voice in planning a new State Park.

On thing that I did put down was room for the big DP's & 5er's to move and get into spaces. Adding pull-through's or laying it out so that they can back in easily as they can not exactly turn on a dime like I can with my itsy bitsy little TT.

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Me too Sheila. Try the $38 at California state parks now which can't hold a candle to Oregon's. I was even shocked at what we had to pay at a Texas state park.
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