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Old 07-15-2006, 05:21 PM   #1
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I need recommendations, or parks to stay away from, in either Newport or Depoe Bay, Oregon.

There does not seem to be anything in the "review" section for this area.

We plan to spend our 35th anniversary in that area the weekend of Aug. 18-21
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Old 07-15-2006, 05:21 PM   #2
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I need recommendations, or parks to stay away from, in either Newport or Depoe Bay, Oregon.

There does not seem to be anything in the "review" section for this area.

We plan to spend our 35th anniversary in that area the weekend of Aug. 18-21
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Old 07-15-2006, 07:07 PM   #3
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Welcome to IRV2.

We have spent some time in Newport and like the TTN membership park. If you are a member make a reservation. If you are not a member you can go to there website and request a Free Visit. Two or three nights at no charge. (you will have to both attend a 90min sales presentation.) There is a very nice 'high end' ($50.00+) park north of Newport and a County Park on the Bay.

Don't know much about Depot Bays RV Parks. Nerver herd andything bad. State Parks in Oregon are always nice.

Good luck and post a review at IRV2 when you have learned about the area's parks.
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Old 07-19-2006, 06:54 AM   #4
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You can't beat Beverly Beach SP with full hook-ups and cable just north of Newport or in South Beach, South Beach SP, But they only have water/electric. Both are great but they are quite different and they are cheap too!
Both have paths right to the ocean.
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Old 07-19-2006, 12:58 PM   #5
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When our 30-year-old daughter was little we camped in quite a number of Oregon State parks. She was taught to never leave our site by herself and she never did. As she got up in her teen and young adult years we stopped using the State park system because of all the families who just let their kids and dogs run wild.

We the kids were running through our site, yelling and screaming. The dogs would use our site as their bathroom and growl at us if we tried to shoo them away.

We go camping to be able to enjoy the peaceful countryside and fresh air. We felt we could no longer enjoy ourselves in the State Parks. That is why we now only stay in private parks.

Thank you for your suggestion, however.

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Old 08-03-2006, 03:37 AM   #6
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Betty: You don't indicate what you are camping in, but if you are in a Class A, the best park we've stayed in to date, bar none, is certainly the Outdoor Resorts park in Newport (Pacific Resorts)As with any O/R it's not inexpensive, but spend the bucks and get an "ocean front" site and you'll not forget it. Nice walking trails through the trees and down to the beach, a little pitch and putt golf course, fine facilities and the small beach towns up and down the coast of Oregon make this a wonderful location. Happy Anniversary and safe travels
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Old 08-03-2006, 08:09 AM   #7
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Thanks for info. I have made reservations at the small RV park just across the highway from what used to be Pacific Shores, Agate Beach RV Park. We camp in a 5th wheel.

I had an interesting conversation with the manager of Agate Beach RV Park. It was the city fathers who decided that Pacific Shores was to be motorhome only. He also said that his park was now owned by three businessmen who will be tearing it apart and building highend condos or townhomes in the next couple of years.
We've stayed at Agate Beach RV Park before, but quite a few years ago. It has only about 30 sites and there are some fulltimers, but the sites are paved, not too close to each other, and the rest of the area is nice grass. Best of all the park is quiet!

Since we will be there 4 days, we will check out the other parks for future reference.

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