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Old 01-10-2020, 06:54 PM   #1
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Dunes RV Park site

Friends just asked us to join them at Umpqua Dunes RV park in July. The only site we could get was # 42. Water and electric only, we can deal with that, but does anybody know about the park? Is this an OK site to be in? Looks like it is close to the water!! Looking at the map it seems there is a parking area right there. Is this a major problem? Can't find any pics of the place only their site map.
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Old 01-10-2020, 07:49 PM   #2
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Look it up on google maps and go to the satellite view. Looks pretty unimpressive to me. In that particular site you might be able to put your slides out.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Um...=en&authuser=0
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Here's the park map. It looks like #42 has a shared parking area for 3 sites.

http://www.co.douglas.or.us/parks/pd...pgroundMap.pdf

Is this the park you mean?
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I don't know how much time you have spent on the Oregon Coast in July but I think you're lucky to be able to get a spot. Any spot.
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I don't know how much time you have spent on the Oregon Coast in July but I think you're lucky to be able to get a spot. Any spot.
I live about 15 mi. south and yes your real lucky. You are just across the road from the Umpqua river were it dumps into the ocean. if you aren't friendly with atv's you probably won't be happy, that's all that will be there. looked on the Google map and those 3 sites are some of the best.
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I live in Coos Bay, not the nicest place to stay IMO but youíre probably lucky to get a spot for that time of year but it is a tight campground. We always stay at Half Moon Bay, while not the best and no hookups itís direct dune access and thatís what we want. Like Jay D. said, if you are not there for the dunes, be ready for some noise.
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Thanks for the input everybody. We have decided to stay at Winchester Bay instead.
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Thanks for the input everybody. We have decided to stay at Winchester Bay instead.
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Thanks for the update! Hope you have a good time.
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Thanks for the input everybody. We have decided to stay at Winchester Bay instead.
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Winchester bay R/V park is nice, it can be windy in the afternoon be prepared. you are a golfer I presume. there's a golf course in Reedsport about 5mi. north. you should stop by the Bandon Dunes golf courses there's a nice campground there. Bullard's Beach just a couple miles from the city of Bandon, many things to see in Bandon. you can walk through old town and all the shops and galleries', there are many nice places to eat.
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Darlings Marina is a cool place to stay.
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