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Old 09-04-2015, 01:18 PM   #1
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Hi, am looking for a couple of The Perfect RV parks on the Oregon Coast. Places with great views and short walk to bars and restaurants. Hope you can help.

I did a search and there was heaps of parks listed, but am looking for a couple of your "bests"

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We spent 3 day there 2 wks ago. Very nice place, we are going back for a wk.
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if you like coffee check out the Green Salmon in Yachats Or about 8 miles North
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Winchester Bay....water on 3 sides of the resort and close to the dunes.
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Port of Siuslaw RV Park and Marina in Florence. Very close to the water, easy walk to Bay Street where all the saloons, restaurants and shops are. Well kept park with WiFi, full hookups, laundromat, reasonable prices. Very popular. Their web site has more info.


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These look to be fantastic suggestions thanks very much. We will stop at most of them even though they are quite close together!

Any suggestions further south now, to San Francisco and toward Los Angeles.

Very appreciative of your suggestions, we will arrive on the Oregon coast next week.

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Just to be clear, the Sea Perch is no doubt the nicest place we stayed.

It is NOT within walking distance of anything but the beach.
But the beach is just in front of the coach. Like 10 yards.
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By far, the nicest place on the Oregon coast is Pacific Shores in Newport.

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We just stayed in Nehalem State Park on the Oregon coast. It would be difficult for me to imagine a better place to stay on the Oregon Coast. There is a sand dune between you and the water, but I like that as our coach does not get totally covered in sea spray. The beach in front of this park is completely awesome. Beautiful, huge, scenic, not crowded. The small very nice town of Manzanita is quite close. This is a typical great Oregon State park campground.
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