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Old 01-05-2008, 01:51 PM   #1
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Our plan is to set out sometime in July and drive about half way to Oregon along the I-5 corridor. Camp at the halfway point for a few nights and countinue on from there. Once in Oregon, I'd like to stay near or in Florence,OR. On the way home we want to drive down the coast line until the halfway point and stay a few more days at another place. Problem is, we have no idea where to stay. Any suggestions? We'd prefer full hook-ups and clean quiet places.
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Our plan is to set out sometime in July and drive about half way to Oregon along the I-5 corridor. Camp at the halfway point for a few nights and countinue on from there. Once in Oregon, I'd like to stay near or in Florence,OR. On the way home we want to drive down the coast line until the halfway point and stay a few more days at another place. Problem is, we have no idea where to stay. Any suggestions? We'd prefer full hook-ups and clean quiet places.
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Old 01-05-2008, 07:13 PM   #3
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Not sure about the run north but coming home I would suggest Benbow Valley RV Resort:
http://www.benbowinn.com/rv.htm

If it fits into your plans, it located right on 101 and in a beautiful location.
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The halfway point along the I-5 corridor would be the Red Bluff/Redding area. There are several good, full-service RV parks in those communities, some along the Sacramento River. Check out Trailer Life Directory for specific information on RV parks in those areas.

If you decide to take US101 in one direction on your trip, I would concur with Wayne about the Benbow Valley RV Resort, especially if you play golf. It is in the Humbolt Redwoods, just south of Garberville about 1 mile, and along side the Eel River.
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We stayed south of Florence at Winchester Bay as we traveled the Oregon Coast from bottom to top last year. We stayed at Winchester Bay RV resort.
www.winchesterbayrvresort.com

The nicest and cleanest of all the places we stayed. Friendly people there. We stayed in the back row next to the bay. Stunning sunsets while we were there for four days..

The Oregon coast is beautiful. Even more so the further North you go.

Here in Redding, check out Premier rv resorts. Top rating from Trailer Life Directory.
www.premierrvresorts.com

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