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BEACHFRONT RV PARK 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. 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. COOS HISTORIC MUSEUM artifacts, photos and documents relating to maritime history of the region provide an authentic progression of the area through core materials for many of the museum’s services. Coos-Historical-Maritime-Museum 1220 Sherman Ave. North Bend, OR 97459 541-756-6320 cooshistory.org info@cooshistory.org Explore the History of the Oregon South Coast One of the more interesting places on the Oregon Coast is the Coos Historical & Maritime Museum at 1220 Sherman Avenue in North Bend. The museum offers a fantastic collection that includes more than 50,000 objects and more than 250,000 images to shed light on the cultural history of the Coos Region and South Coastal Oregon. The museum’s collections include artifacts, images and archival material relevant to the Coos regional history, dating from the pre-history through the 1970s. The highly valued 52 The Coos Historical & Maritime Museum is a community icon dating back to the 1800s that provides a wide variety of children’s classes, field trips, and community educational programs that provide historical insight into the customs and culture of the ancient Coquille, Coos, lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Tribes. Through a community partnership, the museum will soon move into a newly constructed 11,000 square-foot facility with state of the art audio/video, a community auditorium/community room, and expanded exhibits, as well spectacular views of the bay. The new facility will compliment the community’s historic boardwalk. The museum expects to occupy the new multi-million dollar facility in December of 2014. According to Museum Director Frank Smoot, the new facility will also include over 4,500 square feet of exhibit space. The Coos Historical & Maritime museum is a non-profit effort with no public funds expended, and funded only by generous philanthropic donations and county fundraisers. The facility remains open during the summer months. The staff and volunteers welcome you to stop in and browse. OREGON TRAVEL AND RECREATION GUIDE