Welcome to a very good RV site; fairly new here myself. Know your area quite well as lived in Healdsburg from 1984 to 1996. Hwy 101 saw a lot of my tire tracks going up to Brookings, OR to fish the Chetco, Smith, etc.
Stayed at the same place so often the RV park Mgr just asked me one day 'Why don't you just leave it here? Only cost you $30.00 month for storrage and $5.00/day when in use.'
His idea of 'storage' was just leave it in one of the pads, plugged in and good to go. We'd call up before we were on our way, neighbor would go over and turn everything on and even in January everything was toastie and warm/good to go when we got there.
That was one of the last times the 5th wheel ever saw the Hwy.
My extra 'toss in,' if you wanted to call it that, is I'd take the Mgr/Sig-O out to dinner anyplace they'd like during the trip. Interesting part was, save for a couple of times, the places we went were small 'locals' with truly excellent food. The major 'This is THE place's' food was so-so at best.
Little fish and chips place just up from the harbor?
Don and Mary Lou; FABULOUS PEOPLE and even in December/January (winter steelhead fishing) the place was packed. And it was/is one heck of a big RV park. Several of the 'regulars' were Canadian's who came down for months at a time. Club house? Placed was packed every evening as almost every evening was a pot luck.
Things cleared off and out came the 'cards.' 'Penny anti poker,' max raise 25 cents. Bingo with cards that had a deck of cards rather than numbers. Shuffle the deck and a card was turned up. Have it, down goes a penny over the card. Someone yelled BINGO and we all shoveled our card/pennies over. On a realllllly bad night
you might loose $2.00.
But you'd played for four but went home to bed still laughing so hard your chest hurt.
Old fellow who owned the thing died and his Daughter took over. First to go was Don and ML ..... I used to take my MH over there for all of December/January for fishing (that went to $350/month + power reading**) .... and the reception was as cold as an bath in ice water. RV park now? In the winter you could fire 155mm shells into this place and not hit anything.
In the summer, apparently they do quite well.
** Power readings always had me doing a 'Say What?' Then I had a 2,800 square two story home in Ashland ... and I never even got close to the number I was charged at the RV park.