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Old 04-10-2011, 05:28 PM   #1
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West Coast Oceanfront RV Camping - Where?

We are trying to book our holidays and want to see the coast of Washington and Oregon. Can anyone recommend some with good ocean front sites with full ammenities? First stop will probably be around Seattle for a few days and then down into Oregon, Lincoln City/Newport area.
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Old 04-10-2011, 06:53 PM   #2
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We stay at Outdoor Resorts at Newport. Very nice and a short private walk to the beach.

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This Winchester Bay RV Resort at Salmon Harbor Marina in Winchester Bay, Oregon is our favorite place on the Oregon Coast.
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Old 04-10-2011, 07:48 PM   #4
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Go online and check out Ocean Shores, Wa. There are some nice ones there but call ahead because some only have 30 amp service and partial hookups
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Originally Posted by wthomas1 View Post
I second you! Our favorite spot too. Nice sites, laundry everything. Large campground facing the ocean on one side and the bay on the other. Either side is a great view. Florence, North Bend, and Coos Bay are all short hops away with plenty to explore.
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There is a great state park called Cape Disappointment at Long Beach WA. They have full hookups and a short walk to the ocean.
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Harris Beach State Park in Southern Oregon is great. Cape Disappointment is also great as noted above. It has two lighthouses to walk to, and you can tour one. Cape Kiwanda RV park in Pacific City Ore is very good, and located just across the street from a great stretch of beach.
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We happen to be 'experts' in this field! Nehalem Bay State Park in Oregon. That is all that needs to be said! AMAZING BEACH!!!
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Also Grayland Beach State Park near Westport, WA. Right on the ocean. Need to reserve ahead of time. If you are planning to come anytime in the summer you may not be able to get a site anywhere on the WA coast. Books early and quickly. We booked Grayland over a month ago and couldn't get a full hook-up at Cape Disappointment during the week in July.

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sand and sea in between depoe bay and newport has two sections one right on the beach great views cant say as much for the help
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hi dogpatch

we LOVE the oregon coast - and two of our favourite state parks;
1. Nehalem Bay
2. Beverly Beach

here a great link for you;
Oregon State Parks and Recreation: Visiting State Parks - Find A Park

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We happen to be 'experts' in this field! Nehalem Bay State Park in Oregon. That is all that needs to be said! AMAZING BEACH!!!
A great big second to Nehalem Bay!!!
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Klaloch, Copalis, Grayland, and Cape Disappointment all are great ocean front locations in Washington.

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