Premier RV Resort - Lincon City Oregon

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Premier RV Resort - Lincon City Oregon

Postby jtaylor1920 » Sun Jun 19, 2016 7:31 pm

Stayed at the Premier RV Resort June 2016.

Overall impression the park is very clean and well maintained. Nice grass areas at each spot and level concrete pads as well as paved roads throughout the park. The park is located right off highway 101 in Lincoln City Oregon. Access to the beach is a short walk across 101 and down a steep set of stairs. There is an underground walkway that can be used to get across 101 if traffic is heavy.

The park isn't very big and most of the spots are back in. I wouldn't recommend trying the pull through spots as access is tight for most rigs and the spots are closer to 101 therefore you can hear the traffic. If you stay here ask for spots on the upper level and a few of these spots give you a great view of the ocean. When we stayed here they had live music on weekends and had an evening where they provided snacks. Some of the spots are short so you may have to park your truck in an open spot or by the office. As stated the park isn't big, but they do have two small off leash areas for dogs. We paid $52.00 a night when we stayed here.

This park is right in the middle of Lincoln City and there are a ton of things to do and see. It's on our list of places we'll stay again.
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Re: Premier RV Resort - Lincon City Oregon

Postby JackDN06 » Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:27 am

We've stayed there several times when we had our old (and shorter) rig, but not with our new one. Due to the narrow streets within the park, and people parking on the street in front of their rigs, most sites are difficult to back into if you have a longer rig like ours. But, as you say it is a nice park and the employees are very friendly and helpful.
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