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Aug 18, 2014 - Whalers RV resort review, South Beach, Oregon

Found a spot at Whalers Resort in South Beach. It is a Thousand Trails Park and also accepts RPI. We are in space 171, 50 amp, sewer and water. Our Dish would not work, but they have cable for $3 a day. We did not get it, sometimes it's nice without TV. AT&T works good, but Verizon does not. 175 spots with a few dry camp spots. We could fit in probably 30 of them. They have an indoor pool and hot tub. A little expensive because my RPI was expired. About a 15 minute drive to Newport, OR.

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Jul 8, 2012 - South Beach State Park, OR

We stopped on the way north at the Drift Inn in Yachats where the seafood chowder is to die for. And we found another new favorite-mac n jack African amber. Alas our favorite gift shop there is closed. There was a farmers market so we got some outstanding blueberries and zucchini. South Beach State Park is bigger than Sunset Beach, the sites are bigger but ours has some overhanging trees that were a nuisance. The weather on the way up was cool and overcast but the sun came out while we were setting up. We found the South Beach Fish Market...

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May 6, 2012 - Thousand Trails Whalers Rest

Stayed at Thousand Trails Whalers Rest for seven nights. Very nice Leisure Time (LT) preserve with 149 FHU, and 6 overflow sites. We are Platinum members of Thousand Trails/NACO/Leisure Time; a private campground membership. This is a highly recommended Thousand Trails RV Resort! Note 1: During our stay at this RV park, we made several day trips in our SUV to the following places: Mon., 05/07/12 -South Beach State Park; and Weds., 05/09/12 - Lost Creek State Park. Note 2: On Weds., 05/09/12, we went out to dinner at the South Beach Fish...

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D & D World Travel

May 19, 2010 - South Beach OR

Wed 19th Well when we first got up the sun was out and I thought we were going to be lucky and have a good day. Well when we finished breakfast and started out to the MH it started to pour and it rained until we got to the resort. I am so glad that we did most of the trip yesterday because with all this rain it would of felt like forever before we would of gotten here. Got set up and then walked down to the beach. Very windy and still having showers. Got some good pics of the ocean. Went back to camp got our swim suits and headed for the...

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The Traveling Duo

Aug 3, 2008 - Sea Lion Caves, Heceta Head Lighthouse

X-trip August 3 2008 Sunday Start mileage: 41,908 End Mileage: 42,043 We drove 135 miles today. We followed OR126 from Veneta to Florence where we made a stop at the Sea Lion Caves en route to South Beach State Park near Newport. A and I have never seen Sea Lions so this was an opportunity to observe them. Matthew was with us for this trip between campgrounds and seemed to enjoy himself. By the way, he sends his greetings to all the Happy Nomads. The Sea Lion Caves are natural caves and quite dark. For some reason, sea lions like to...

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Jun 10, 2008 - Whalers Rest, Oregon coast

Crossed the Columbia at Astoria over historical bridge and end of Lewis and Clark expedition. Bought dog food and headed down the Oregon coast to South Beach. Snow in the Cascades and rain and wind here on the coast. Beautiful but Brook is needing some sunshine and outdoor activity.

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