Thursday, September 10, 2009

Neskowin Creek RV Resort, Neskowin Oregon

Hello Again!

Yes, it’s been a while since we’ve posted. As you may know, we arrived home and decided to stay for a while……….and after a loooong time, we finally had the opportunity to take the ‘ole rig out again, and we headed to our “home resort” ~ Neskowin Creek RV Resort in Neskowin, Oregon on the beautiful Oregon coast. We’ve been here a few times before – it’s very big rig friendly with lots of pull-through sites and is very accessible to the ocean – either by a short walk (~1/2 mile) through the nearby neighborhood, or you can take a short drive to the public access just one mile north of the campground.

Neskowin Creek RV Resort offers an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, club house with some activities and meals, wifi ($1/day) a decent bathroom with showers, laundry, tennis courts, shuffleboard, basketball, volleyball and horseshoes. Every time we’ve been here, the staff has been incredible friendly – it’s the same workkamping couple that’s been here over a year and a half now (since we started coming).

One thing about the RV Resort which some may find charming – and others many not – is the abundance of rabbits roaming the campground – there were probably 200+ (more than last year, and you know what they say about rabbits……). They’re cute and all, but their droppings are everywhere……….

This is a great place to come if you want to spend some time along the Oregon coast – it is RPI and Coast-to-Coast, and there’s a great restaurant nearby ~ more on that in a day or two!

4 comments:

Jerry and Suzy said...

Hey, guys! Welcome back the the world of blogging! It's great to have you on-line again.

We have visited Neskowin Creek also, a very nice park. The entire Oregon Coast is wonderful of course. Is public access to the beach still protected by state law? I know it used to be.

Suzanne and Brad said...

Hello!

It's been too long, I know!!!

Yes, the entire coast of Oregon (sans one area for sea lion protection) is public lands - and it's wonderful!!!

Great to hear from you!!!

Ambreen Tariq said...

no dear i love rabbits and enjoy their company in rv campgrounds. sometimes i gazed at them for hours to noticed their habits and their way of living.

azra munir said...

the real beauty of rv campgrounds lies that they not only allow the interaction of nature with humans but also give the basic modern needs, just as indoor swimming pools.

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