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retiresoon

on park website some of the sites have this alert "This site is on the inside of the loop, at a 90 degree angle. It is only suitable for trailers 16' long or motorhomes under 24' long", anyone with Escape 19 or 21 camped on the inside loop?  I called the park and was told alert is disclaimer for those that can't back trailers very well, said if you can back a trailer really well, you can probably get into the site, then OK to park TV perpendicular to the trailer, just keep the engine over the pavement.  any comments welcomed, thanks

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30 minutes ago, retiresoon said:

on park website some of the sites have this alert "This site is on the inside of the loop, at a 90 degree angle. It is only suitable for trailers 16' long or motorhomes under 24' long", anyone with Escape 19 or 21 camped on the inside loop?  I called the park and was told alert is disclaimer for those that can't back trailers very well, said if you can back a trailer really well, you can probably get into the site, then OK to park TV perpendicular to the trailer, just keep the engine over the pavement.  any comments welcomed, thanks

How about looking at the first post in this topic and then clicking on the site map I have provided and then clicking on the actual site you are interested in to see a photo and that might help you to decide if you think you can get into it?

Gene

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retiresoon

hello Gene, thanks for quick reply.  so, I went thru all the posts for this thread and found several 21' trailers Escapes and Bigfoots camping the inside loop 90 degree sites, recommended for 16' trailers or less, so I guess doable.  maybe see you there?  thanks

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Just wanted to point out that if you like really good cheddar cheese, you came to the right place. Face Rock Creamery is on 101 in town. It's a great success story and a happy ending to a sad tale of the invasion of an 800 - pound -gorilla cheesemaker from up North (name starts with T, and they also do make some good cheese).

Here is some backstory -

https://www.bizjournals.com/portland/stories/2002/12/02/daily62.html

https://www.nbcnews.com/business/your-business/how-cheese-saved-oregon-town-n771961

https://theworldlink.com/news/local/bandon-cheese-is-back/article_115dad45-8833-5394-a2e0-ce94809fc532.html

https://facerockcreamery.com/our-story/

No, I don't work there... (you'd have to roll me out). But we did stop in last year, and came away with several small gifts for neighbors and friends.

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