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Old 04-18-2011, 02:01 PM   #15
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Oregon State Parks are among the finest and there are a number of ones along the coast but don't forget the County Parks. Here's a link to a few. Barview Jetty is highly recommended and it can handle big rigs easily. Campground Facilities
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Old 04-27-2011, 11:53 PM   #16
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gold beach in southern oregon is nice. if you get near there you MUST take a trip on jerry's rogue jets. they go 54 miles up the rogue river & the scenery is amazing!

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As others have pointed out many of the Oregon state parks are going to be tight for a class A. Sometimes it seems the hosts are the only people in those size vehicles.

Beachside is probably the closet you can park to the sand. But that's not the best beach.
The pacific coast is better and much more accessible in Oregon than Washington. Same compared to Northern Cali. I could spend many vacations doing just Oregon State Parks. I don't think there would be RV parks in Oregon if demand could be met by the state parks during summer. Just go June-Sept.
Dogs are also much happier in Oregon parks compared to California. My dog is still mad a me from our visit to the California coast.

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