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Thousand Trails Pacific City Campground
30000 Sandlake Road
Cloverdale, Oregon
July 29. 2013

Thopusand Trails sign Thousand Trails gate

The two RV Gypsies did not use any of the amenities shown in photos below, but took photos anyway.

Thousand Trails hot tub sign
Thousand Trails hot tub

Indoor swimming pool

Thousand Trails pool
Thousand Trails meeting room
Thousand Trails game room
Thousand Trails game room
Thousand Trails TV room

This Thousand Trails Park had PAVED ROADS. It is not often that campgrounds have paved roads. However the roads were narrow, and upon meeting another RV, someone has to pull over or back up if they can. The two RV Gypsies did not get any TV because the campground did not have cable and the two RV Gypsies do not have their own satellite. No campground Wi-Fi but the Mi-Fi of the two RV Gypsies did work here. Sites were wooded, and the 40 foot class A motorhome barely fit in the site, but the two RV Gypsies' toad had to be parked sideways in front of the RV. The slideouts on each side of the RV touched the trees that lined their site. Most sites did not have sewer connections, but there were a few sites that did have sewers. Checkout time for RVs was noon.

A full page of tsunami definitions and safe destinations was given to the two RV Gypsies. The campground laundry was open 24-hours. All-in-all a nice enough campground, but easy to get lost in because the layout of sites had lots of loops. Signs say "be aware of wildlife throughout the park; bears, coyotes and bobcats". The only wildlife the two RV Gypsies saw were rabbits.


Haystack Rock Beach was reachable via a path inside the campground (see menu below for those photos). That was a good thing because the toad of the two RV Gypsies would not start, so Lee Duquette called a tow truck to take the toad for repair. Ilse and Karen stayed at the campground and walked the path to Haystack Rock Beach.

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