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Old 09-07-2011, 09:42 AM   #1
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Pacific Pines RV Park and Storage

I also posted this on RV.net but wanted others who might not go there to see it also. This has been a wonderfully positive experience.

My wife and I have been at Pacific Pines RV Park and Storage in Florence, OR for a little over two months and are heading home tomorrow. We have never been at a more professionally managed RV park than this and wanted others to know about it. Yes, we submitted a review to rvparkreviews.com.

The owner has only owned this place for a few months and he has made several serious physical changes. To wit: he has enlarged the dog run area x3, upgraded the Tengo wifi service to the point I would rate it excellent (yeah, I wasn't a Tengo fan before here either), made sure the park was spotless at all times for which he and I both will congratulate the very hard working staff both in the office and on the grounds. He is having a good size lounge built with large screen TV and enough room so that groups can enjoy themselves there. They also have a BBQ once a month to which everyone is invited.

In short, I've been all over the country but have rarely seen a park so well managed. The attitude of all staff is customer comes first. My sincere gratitude goes to these folks and I highly recommend staying here any time you are in Florence, OR. In addition to my compliments regarding the park, you have the central Oregon coast at your disposal. What more could you ask for?
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