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Old 10-12-2015, 03:00 PM   #1
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Hi all, We will be spending next summer from June to October on the coast of Oregon and Washington. I want to start making reservations now. Any suggestions on good campgrounds including military.
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Wow, that's a tall order. What kind of parks do you like? Private, State Parks, etc. How are you coming into the area? North, South and where do you want to hit the coast?

Tons of info and experience in that area. I like Newport, Fort Steven's, Long Beach, Wa. on up to Westport then around to Ocean Shores and up O.N.P. and around on the 101 from there.
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Sea Perch RV in Yachats Oregon (just north of Florence). They have six or seven sites that sit right on the small overlook that faces the beach. The rest of the sites are just so-so.
Great beach, dogs off leash on beach and not far from the quaint town of Yachats. Excellent for a 4-5 day stay and the scenery is spectacular.
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Where to go -in Oregon

Bob and Saing,

Started the process of deciding where we wanted to go earlier this year.

Built a map that has every good resort and state part with reviews from the bloggers I trust. Many are rv parks but a lot are state parks etc.

Check it out - should have some good answers for you in those areas

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Fort Worden State Park at Port Townsend, WA is an absolute MUST. Lots to do in the area and concerts on the grounds. Stay on the beach sites, if possible.

All the state parks down the coasts are great. Be sure to check out the awesome lighthouses and take the tours offered. We gave the tours at Heceta Head at Florence, OR. It's one of the most photographed.
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2nd vote for Sea Perch.
I believe it's Sites 4-9 that face the ocean.
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If you get inland on I-5 I'd recommend 7 Feathers in OR (MP 99). It's a 10 10 10. But it is a resort so some people don't like to be that close. We like it and it is a good place to have a rally.
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These folks spend a lot of time in that area and do helpful campground reviews - Just click on the "Campground Reviews" at the top of their page - Wheeling It – Living the Fulltime RV Dream with 12 Paws, 40 Feet and the Open Road
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These folks spend a lot of time in that area and do helpful campground reviews - Just click on the "Campground Reviews" at the top of their page - Wheeling It – Living the Fulltime RV Dream with 12 Paws, 40 Feet and the Open Road
Nina and Paul IMHO are probably some of the best travel bloggers out there on the Net

I enjoy them so much that we have taken all of there reviews (WIth there permission) and put it on our map Both the Park reviews and location reviews.

Have also done this for most of the other great bloggers.

Check out the map - Makes it easy to find where you want to go and then read about it.

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the VFW has a very nice park on Whibley Island. Nice bunch of people.
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