we have a Fleetwood Gearbox 38.5
2 Slides, 150 gallons of freshwater, Onan 5.5,
I load the following toys, 1 YFZ 450 w/ +4 swingarm, 1 Honda 400ex w/ +4 swingarm, 1 polaris 90, and a Kawasaki Teryx....
they can fit but it was a puzzle making it work, but now i got it easy since i figured it all out.
Love our trailer, and if you find one, I would recommend it.
i like poles and holders as well. great customer service and they do an amazing job at standing by their product.
i also have a LED lighted pole from rainbowrod.com
its great to have a bit of something new and cool, will hold 2 flags no problem, and the power draw for the LED light is so low, it works great!
nwcutie, what site are you in? I am going by there today and can snap a few pics of it for you.
We have been there a bunch of times! Love the place. Power, water, and nice shower facilities too.
heelers is 100% right, once your on the dunes it can be difficult finding your way back to the campground if your not real familiair with the entrance/exit.
I look for the 2 bare trees, usually someone puts an orange flag on them, but its not always there.
The access road to the dunes is well marked. Watch your speed though.
Since you are coming from the north most likely i presume, you will pass through lakeside, then down to hauser. The RR campground entrance is just past the orange blinking light that marks the turn off to hauser. if you hit the weight scale on the southbound side you went too far.
im in reedsport, so i can go by there anytime and check stuff for ya!
Has anyone used the day use at this location? I am planning on heading there today to take my boys out for our first away from home ATV trip. I was trying to locate a parking spot that is paved to start from and this looks to be the spot. Any tips on the location or a better recomendation? I am nervous about getting off road with the 12,000 lbs hauler in sand and getting stuck.
Well, how was it?
i grew up pumping my own fuel, and i prefer to do it, no matter what the weather.
I pump diesel for the truck, and there has never been one attendant that even attempted to pump fuel into my Harley.
but the wifes tahoe is fueled by the employee. can't do anything bout that one.
So in oregon we can't pump our own fuel at stations is what I've read??
You can't pump your own gas, however, if you are filling motorcycles and such, the attendant will let do it yourself.
Also, you CAN pump your own diesel.
It's just us two. We don't entertain or have others stay with us. At most I can imagine one other couple - maybe. So 99% of the time it will be us two knocking around in the trailer.What I do want is the ability to have seating available without having to move or unload the bike. Also being a track bike maintenance and modification between sessions happens. Sometimes on short notice and in all weather.For the garage units we do like the separate outside entry door and bathroom between the main area and garage. All the better to keep debris out of the living space.
Sounds to me like you have made a decision. And with your situation, I would have a garage too.
I'm looking for campgrounds with full hook ups and dune access (trailering to the riding is not an option). The family is planning a reunion in southern Oregon and my crew will be the only one that rides, so a spot that is close to lots of other activities would maybe convince them to have it there.
r1Mk, howdy, glad to hear you will be coming out this way to enjoy our dunes. I have been riding this area since '99 and lived here for the past few years as well.
there are a few spots that have what you are lookin for, it just depends on what kind of dunes you are wanting to experience.
Florence has Honeymoon Campground - which has full hook ups and access to the Florence dunes, not my fav sand to ride, but there is a medium riding area, and you can ride the beach. A mix of trails and open sand dunes as well.
Winchester Bay/Reedsport - There are a few campgrounds with full hookups, both privately owned and state/federal. One of the most popular places on the Oregon coast with the tallest of the dunes located here. Windy Cove A & B campground, as well as Discover Point Campground have dune access.
Coos Bay/Spinreel - This is the largest of the riding areas, there is more sand to ride, more of a trail riding system, you can ride the beach, but does not have the tall high dunes. The KOA has full hook ups (a bit spendy) in my opinion, and also Coos County has recently opened Riley Ranch Campground with full access and HUGE camp sites. I love riley ranch.
Hit me up for more info, or Pm me and we can maybe chat via phone if you have more questions. I can also get you a picture of campspots if needed.
If you would like to get away from the deafening, rowdy, drunken, public campground trash, this is your spot.
wow, way to profile your fellow riders and supporters of the sport. Please don't label all ATV'ers that way.
hello from the coast.....middle of oregon dunes actually. Reedsport/Winchester Bay.
Had lots of rain and wind last night, no major damages, my fence gate took a beating and bent the latches, but no major damage in the area.
Lots of water out on the dunes, but all is well.