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Old 06-29-2013, 09:58 PM   #1
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Anyone know a cheap, nice campground on 101 south of Seaside,Wash.Need to clean up after 3400 miles.across this beautiful country.The only other campground I hit along the way was a RV campground and shooting gallery.in Spokane.Never had so many dreams of fretting shot.But $15 who's complaining.?
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First, Seaside is actually in Oregon. Most of the RV parks and campgrounds along the coast are certainly higher than $15 but there are lot of great options, commercial, SP, Forest Service etc in both WA and OR. Most will be in the $29 - 40 range depending on services provided. It just depends on which areas you want to visit.
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Old 06-29-2013, 10:14 PM   #3
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Not fretting but getting shot..I was only fretting when I saw one of my awning poles flailing and smashing as I was driving thru Montana,Bungee cords are great.
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Where in the world did you spend the night in Spokane that was a shooting gallery? <g>

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Spokane wa is packed right now because of hoopfest. South of seaside? I think there is a rv park in tillamook.
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Oh, right, 25,000+ extra people in town.

If you go into Oregon to stay, Ft Steven's state park is nice. The KOA across from the park entrance was VERY expensive, for a KOA. We like Harbor View at Garibaldi, OR and within an easy walk they have great food at The Troller.

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If you mean south of Seaside Oregon, then I'd recommend Nehalem Bay State Park...lovely state park right by the beach and only 1 mile from Manzanita which will have everything you need. You can't wash rigs there, if that was what you meant by getting "cleaned up", but it's a fabulous park. Rates will be $24 for 30 amp/electric.
Here's my recent stay review:
http://wheelingit.wordpress.com/2013...state-park-or/

If you're just looking for a basic cheap place and don't care about hookups, then I'd recommend the RV park by Tillamook Air Museum. It costs $10/night for simple, but clean sites. Nice location, nothing fancy, but you can't beat the price.
http://freecampsites.net/#!&sitedetails=1454

If you're looking for a full service park with all the bells and whistles then check out the RV resort in Cannon Beach
http://www.cbrvresort.com/
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You guys are really helpful as always.The RV campground and gun club is located off the Baxter exit in Spokane,not kidding.
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In addition to the Tillamook RV park, there is FREE boondocking at the Air Museum itself. We were there last year.
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Oh, out by Liberty Lake, WA. They didn't do night shoots did they? Actually almost directly across the freeway from there is the CW store. Next time holler and we'll find a place for you.

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In addition to the Tillamook RV park, there is FREE boondocking at the Air Museum itself. We were there last year.
Hmmm? We were just there 2 weeks ago and specifically asked. They said no overnight camping in the lot? The only place they had was the park right next door at $10/night (used to be $5, but they recently increased it). Perhaps I didn't ask nicely enough ?
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Nina (WheelingIt): Tillamook Air Museum must have changed their policy, unfortunately. It was a nice quiet place with even a restaurant. Sounds like you found better places though this past trip!
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