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We stayed in a 'luxury' pull thru spot. When I made the reservation on the phone they told me all about the concrete pad and patio with gas grill and patio furniture, but never mentioned that their 4 luxury sites are at extreme edge of the property within 50 feet of the highway. Noise level was high to say the least. The rest of the sites are a mixed bag. Some looked decent some not. Almost all larger pull thru sites are along the highway with smaller and permanent sites at the back where it was very quiet. If you will fit in the back save your money and get a quieter standard site.

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Park is nice with grass between units. While not on the beach, all sites are within 100 feet of the beach behind a wind break. We stayed in a 43' Motorhome and had plenty of room. This is probably the nicest park in Coos Bay. Do not follow your GPS to get here! Call the office for directions. For some reason GPS takes you through a residential area, on s totally round about route. The manager said this happens all the time!

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This is a great park, but might be a little tight for big rigs if you are squeamish. We had a 43' Motorhome, and received many comments on our success at getting parked. There is a really neat path through a tunnel to the Whale's Head Beach, a nice little on-site restaurant with bar, and very, very friendly staff. Lots of shade and a very good price/value.

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Great park! We stayed during Memorial Day weekend and found only three other RV's. Very quiet and spacious with large pull through sites for big rigs. This is a fairly new park so apparently the crowds haven't found it yet, much to our delight! Owners are extremely nice, and allowed us to pick our site. They also allowed our camping mate to leave his rig parked until 6:00 p.m the second day while we spent the day sight seeing. We will stay here again when in the Redwoods!