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Old 04-14-2019, 10:29 PM   #1
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Just spent two days looking at this

Pacific Shores Motorcoach resort, Newport, Oregon. Site 187. I know some of you have stayed there before, but this was our first time. Beautiful view, well run, nice staff, quiet, and immaculate grounds. Clubhouse, pool, exercise room, as well as staging areas for unhooking, and hooking up dinghy, and storage areas for tow Dollyís, trailers etc. Trail to the beach as well. They accept only well kept class Aís & Cís of at least 25 feet, but no age limitation. Our Ď07 Sea breeze was right at home, even though newer diesel rigs dominated the area we were in. We scored one of the ocean view premium sites, which was pricey, but worth it. They get a Oh yeah, also they are individually owned sites, but are rented out when not occupied.

The weather wasnít the greatest, but we didnít care. We just wanted some getaway time to relax, read a good book, and enjoy the view, and good food. It was also our inaugural trip towing the Jeep. Traveled 540 miles round trip with out a hitch (No pun intended) And I have to say to those on the fence about a dinghy, do it!
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Beautiful site..... windy????
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Beautiful site..... windy????
At times, yes.
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Pacific Shores Motorcoach resort, Newport, Oregon. Site 187. I know some of you have stayed there before, but this was our first time. Beautiful view, well run, nice staff, quiet, and immaculate grounds. Clubhouse, pool, exercise room, as well as staging areas for unhooking, and hooking up dinghy, and storage areas for tow Dollyís, trailers etc. Trail to the beach as well. They accept only well kept class Aís & Cís of at least 25 feet, but no age limitation. Our Ď07 Sea breeze was right at home, even though newer diesel rigs dominated the area we were in. We scored one of the ocean view premium sites, which was pricey, but worth it. They get a Oh yeah, also they are individually owned sites, but are rented out when not occupied.

The weather wasnít the greatest, but we didnít care. We just wanted some getaway time to relax, read a good book, and enjoy the view, and good food. It was also our inaugural trip towing the Jeep. Traveled 540 miles round trip with out a hitch (No pun intended) And I have to say to those on the fence about a dinghy, do it!
Anytime looking out at the Sunset on the Pacific is Good, But GREAT if the Sky is Blue and the Temps in the Mid 70's ........

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