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Welcome to Beachfront RV Park, where the spectacular Pacific Ocean is right outside your door. “We want people to know that we’re within walking distance of local coffee shops and seafood restaurants, with fresh local seafood delivered every day,” says Office Assistant Hayleye Ferraccioli. 16035 Boat Basin Road ◆ Brookings, Oregon 97415 541-469-5867 www.beachfrontrvpark.com The park was built soon after the port boat basin in the mid1980s in cooperation with the Oregon State Parks Division. There are 120 sites: 33 are full service, pull through, oceanfront; 48 are back-in full service; 17 dry spaces face the river; 9 partial with water and electricity only; and 13 tent sites. The Park provides high speed WiFi and currently 30 spaces have 50-amp service, and the remainder have 30-amp service, excluding the dry-camp areas. Coos Bay Rich in the industry of shipbuilding, Coos Bay celebrates the scenic beauty of its natural surroundings: forest, bay, and ocean. Area attractions include Sunset Bay State Park and Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area. Outdoor recreation includes crabbing, clamming, whale watching, and beachcombing. For more information, contact: Bay Area Chamber of Commerce 145 Central Ave. Coos Bay, OR 97420 541-266-0868 www.oregonsbayarea.org Eagle Point So, if you want to sit and watch the sunset from your front door or a seafood restaurant, you’ll want to contact Beachfront RV Park and make your reservation today. One of Oregon’s fastest growing communities, this little gem is snuggled in the Upper Rogue Valley off Highway 62. Small enough to still be friendly but large enough to offer all the amenities, Eagle Poi