A High-Design RV Park Comes to Coos Bay

September 13, 2017 11:04 pm

“When you think of Coos Bay—the town of 16,000 on Oregon’s southern coast, which might be known to some Portlanders primarily for the Three Rivers Casino, the site where the New Carissa ran aground in 1999, or, of course, the birthplace of Steve Prefontaine—“high design” might not be the first thing that comes to mind. But a new RV park aims to change that.”

“Scheduled to open as early as next spring, the Camps at Coos Bay Lagoon will feature 220 camping sites and cabins, centered on a communal pavilion. On either side of the triangle-shaped property, campers can walk a short path to the ocean (as close as 50 yards during high tide).”