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Old 12-29-2014, 10:37 PM   #1
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POI Oregon coast in April

Intend to visit Oregon in April and want to visit factory tours or spots of Importance that the area have to view.
Also want to visit the Country Coach and Garanty M/H to view a new possible exchange of what I've got.
If you know of anywhere that would be worth visiting as I have 3 to 4 week to see these.

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A little inland is the Evergreen Air Museum in McMinnville. There you will find Howard Hughes Flying Boat (Spruce Goose). Sitting in Howard's chair at the controls was well worth the detour.
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Old 12-29-2014, 11:55 PM   #3
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Premier RV is next to Country Coach with great inventory also so look both places. We like to go to Pacific Shores in Newport Oregon nice ocean views in door pool and hot tub to your self and lots of places to visit in town.

Another great place is Seven Feathers Casino and RV it is one of the nicest RV places that I have ever been to in Oregon look on line

You tend to find the good places around if you lived here all your life, let me know more about what you like to do and I can point you in a better direction

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On the coast is the Tillamook Cheese factory Cheese Factory - Tillamook worth a couple of hours of your time. The Tillamook Air Museum is small but interesting. Tillamook Air Museum
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Premier RV is next to Country Coach with great inventory also so look both places. We like to go to Pacific Shores in Newport Oregon nice ocean views in door pool and hot tub to your self and lots of places to visit in town.

Another great place is Seven Feathers Casino and RV it is one of the nicest RV places that I have ever been to in Oregon look on line

You tend to find the good places around if you lived here all your life, let me know more about what you like to do and I can point you in a better direction

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We are not hikers but like museums and as you see have 3 dogs, so we have to be careful as to where we park so we can have doggy freedom.

We are coming in from 75 miles east of Vancouver B.C. and down to Olympia then out to the coast to as far as time will allow. (we are retired) So want to see all to be seen but know that we can not see every
thing in 3-4 weeks.

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There is a very good coast guard museum in Astoria, Oregon and well worth the time. They do have RV parking.
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We have two boxers so both parks I recommended are great for dogs , I would recommend Pacific Shores RV and then down into Newport bay front for some sight seeing.

The other posts gave you some great stoping points on your way to Junction City for RV shopping. The Oregon coast on hwy 101 is a nice drive.

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Intend to visit Oregon in April and want to visit factory tours or spots of Importance that the area have to view.
Also want to visit the Country Coach and Garanty M/H to view a new possible exchange of what I've got.
If you know of anywhere that would be worth visiting as I have 3 to 4 week to see these.

Pacific Shores in Newport is a beautiful resort, FYI - there is a 2 pet limit there.
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