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Old 09-29-2019, 05:54 PM   #1
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Default Are there places on the Oregon Coast to stay with a 5th wheel long term?

Life has changed for me at 62 I’m now a very single guy I’ve become debt free/ with the split of our house we had together.
So here I’ve got a Dodge Ram 250 with a 5.9 turbo diesel and I just picked up a 36 foot fifth wheel my plans are Arizona this winter but I would like to come back to the Oregon coast.
Do any of you know of places that I could stay long-term???


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Old 09-29-2019, 06:01 PM   #2
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Winchester Bay has a good fish camp. If me, I'd stay in Brooking for a couple weeks on way back from Az, then work your way up the coast till you find your new home.
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Move to Fla.
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Old 09-29-2019, 07:45 PM   #4
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Check out the Wilson River RV Park. Right on the river.
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There are actually a lot of them around. Depending on what coastal town, you can find at least one in each. For example, there's Hammond RV Park in Hammond, RV Resort at Cannon Beach, Rockaway Beach RV Park, Shorewood RV Resort just a bit north of Barview, Old Mill RV Park in Garibaldi, Cape Kiwanda RV Park, Newport Marina RV Park in South Beach, and many, many more down the coast.


You could have a lot of fun just moving along according to how you like the place and your neighbors until you find one that you would like to call home.


Go to Google Maps and google "Oregon coast RV parks".
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Old 09-30-2019, 08:29 AM   #6
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There's so many I wouldn't even know where to start. Hopefully someone will chime in with some real world experience at theirs.

You could literally go anywhere on the coast you want to be.
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Sorry to hear about the spilt, Rick. Hope you find a good spot to plug in and kick back.
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Old 09-30-2019, 01:21 PM   #8
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Life has changed for me at 62 I’m now a very single guy I’ve become debt free/ with the split of our house we had together.
So here I’ve got a Dodge Ram 250 with a 5.9 turbo diesel and I just picked up a 36 foot fifth wheel my plans are Arizona this winter but I would like to come back to the Oregon coast.
Do any of you know of places that I could stay long-term???


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If you could get a small 10-12 aluminum boat with say a 25 hp outboard you'd be set. I've seen them with racks you could haul on top of your rig but the 5th wheel would have to change to a toy hauler or something.
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Old 09-30-2019, 10:25 PM   #9
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Here's a option you might consider




https://oregonstateparks.org/index.c...lunteerHosting
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Netarts Bay RV Park , overlooking the bay , plus you can crab all day !
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Old 10-03-2019, 04:46 AM   #11
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What do RV sites run on, say, a monthly basis? I have no idea.
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Old Mill is $250 ~ $350 per week for full hookup depending on size and winter/summer rate and back-in or pull through. 2019 rates.
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What do RV sites run on, say, a monthly basis? I have no idea.


I see 6-700 a month often
Usually a little more in the summer
Usually includes garbage, water and electric


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Old 10-03-2019, 01:35 PM   #14
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Netarts Bay RV Park , overlooking the bay , plus you can crab all day !
I just checked their site and it seems to be a fairly good winter monthly rate...

Winter Season Rates (November 1 to May 31)

Site type Daily Weekly Monthly
Bay View $38.00 $226.00 $460.00*
Park View $34.00 $202.00 $410.00*
*Winter monthly rentals are responsible and separately billed for their electric.
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Have some relatives that do the camp host thing all summer, with a similar setup to yours.
They start out at the Prineville reservoir, for a month at least. Then move to Ft Stevens later in the summer.
They love it.
Check out the link that Zhavigo posted.
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Old 10-03-2019, 08:28 PM   #16
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Search campgrounds near Lincoln City / Siletz. Had fun when I was near the river.
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chinook bend rv and campground it`s about 3 miles off of hwy101 and on the siletz river. it`s between depoe bay and lincoln city.
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Thousand Trails has an RV park in Cloverdale and one in Sunriver and Seaside. Dad had a membership and I've used the PC one many times. Nice sites some with ocean views.
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Thousand Trails has an RV park in Cloverdale and one in Sunriver and Seaside. Dad had a membership and I've used the PC one many times. Nice sites some with ocean views.
And tons of semi tame rabbits.
At least last time I was there.
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Old 10-06-2019, 07:07 PM   #21
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Just stay away from the Walmarts and Safeways. There seems to be to many RV's camping there already
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WoW this May be ideal.


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Old 10-10-2019, 05:40 AM   #23
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I really appreciate everybody’s input,
I haven’t had great internet since I’ve been in Michigan so i haven’t been able to participate!!!
But I’ve been lurking when possible....
I’ll be heading back to Oregon on 10/11 and i can’t wait to get back home!!!!!


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Just stay away from the Walmarts and Safeways. There seems to be to many RV's camping there already
Doesn’t Walmart still have a sign that doesn’t allow overnight camping?
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