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August 24-31 2015
Grass is no longer green due to no rain.
The park has not changed much, the kitchen is still open on Saturdays, great Breakfast all the pancakes you can eat and they were great, will have a couple photos soon, no activities as there is too much to do around the area easy walk to the beach, there is a new manager, she seems to be nice only talked to her when we came in, as she wanted to charge us $25 to park the tow dolly in the storage area but we were able to park it in our site.  
 
Thought you all would like to see what our rig looks like all packed up to move

   
   
This is the first time in 10 years that we had a mishap when traveling, the door that held the TV in the
bedroom split at its hinges, and the door and TV fell onto the bed, Mike was able to fix it, looks like nothing ever happened. Then the lower door to one of the cabinets in the kitchen split at it's hinges, again Mike fixed and you can barely tell it was broken.  On top of all of this I pulled a muscle in my back, it is better now but for 3 days could not do anything.
   


September 6-12th

***Pacific Holiday Sunrise Resorts (RPI)
12109 Pacific Way
Long Beach, WA 98631
360-642-2770

89 RV spaces

 

RV sites, our site, sites are tight, the middle row is pull through
and along the fence area are backins.  A short walk to the beach

All sites are 30 amps hook ups.  There is the Sunrise Kitchen which serves breakfast on Saturday morning for $4 all you can pancakes along with eggs and your choice of sausage or bacon.  We came right after Labor Day so the activities have more or less stopped for the year, and the camp host say there is so much to do around here they don't have much in the way of activities. 

This park is well maintained and convenient to the walking area of Long Beach and a 20 min drive over to Astoria, taking the 103 to the 101

Bridge to Astoria