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Old 08-14-2015, 04:29 PM   #11
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Camping along hwy 101

SunSet beach in Coos bay Oregon is a must. I haven't stayed there, but have heard good things about it. Sunset beach is awesome at low tide,many tide pools to explore.

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Old 08-14-2015, 05:38 PM   #12
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KOA in Wallport, Oregon is on 101 Very clean and view.

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Old 08-14-2015, 07:40 PM   #13
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We like Village Camper Inn RV Park in Crescent City, CA. Village Camper Inn, RV Park Crescent City, California 95531
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Old 08-15-2015, 12:00 AM   #14
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We haven't been to Oregon for three years, but we have made several trips over the years. In the order of travel, here are some of the places we've stayed and things we've done. On Hwy 1, Bodega Bay RV park is a nice place to stay, Pomo RV park in Fort Bragg is a favorite. When in Fort Bragg, do the Mendocino Garden. Don't go north of Fort Bragg on Hwy 1, go over to Willets on Hwy 101. Benbow RV in Garberville is a very nice park. It has a nine hole golf course if you play golf. North of Garberville, take the Avenue of the Giants, a great dive. Rivers Edge in Fortuna is a very nice park, and a short side trip to Ferndale. Sounds of the Sea RV Park in Trinidad is very nice. On to Oregon, try to make it to Gold Beach. The Turtle Rock RV Park is interesting, and if you stay an extra day take the mail boat trip up the Rouge River. Also, in Brookings there is a great Fish and Chips place on the warf. In Florance, the Hecta Beach RV park is quite nice, and the shops in old town are great. In Tillamook, there's an RV park across the road from the cheese factory that is OK. But be sure to do the cheese factory tour and have an ice cream cone. Have a very nice trip.

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