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Old 08-08-2005, 11:28 AM   #1
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We were greeted by the friendly owner's of this lovely RV park. They had us park and setup, then come back to the office for check-in.

Our space was wide and level. When we parked in our gravel pull-thru, they put a wooden platform with a welcome mat down under our steps... a nice touch!

The park is 1/2 block from an easily accessible beach and a nice restaurant..... but back far enough to shelter you from the steady Oregon coastal winds.

Our $25.50 per night fee included free WiFi.... something we were to discover was rare on the Southern Oregon Coast. My husband needed to be in twice daily email contact with his office and also do remote logon to his office computer, so WiFi was important to us. We have a Verizon Wireless Aircard in our laptop, but that part of the coastline did not pick up a 1X or Broadband signal.

This was by far the nicest and best maintained park of the others in Brookings. And the owners are very service oriented.

We highly recommend it.
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We were greeted by the friendly owner's of this lovely RV park. They had us park and setup, then come back to the office for check-in.

Our space was wide and level. When we parked in our gravel pull-thru, they put a wooden platform with a welcome mat down under our steps... a nice touch!

The park is 1/2 block from an easily accessible beach and a nice restaurant..... but back far enough to shelter you from the steady Oregon coastal winds.

Our $25.50 per night fee included free WiFi.... something we were to discover was rare on the Southern Oregon Coast. My husband needed to be in twice daily email contact with his office and also do remote logon to his office computer, so WiFi was important to us. We have a Verizon Wireless Aircard in our laptop, but that part of the coastline did not pick up a 1X or Broadband signal.

This was by far the nicest and best maintained park of the others in Brookings. And the owners are very service oriented.

We highly recommend it.
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