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Surfside, Ocean Park, Washington

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Ocean Park, WA

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Hosted By

lbruce8039

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    < 30 (ft)

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    1

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    5

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Only two blocks from Pacific Ocean. You can drive along the worlds longest beach and find an isolated spot to allow your dogs to run, have a family gathering or just watch the sunsets. Just minutes from historic Oysterville, WA. Just north of Long Beach with some of the freshest and finest seafood available. Also, visit Marsh's free museum and say hello to Jake, the alligator man (supposed to bring good luck if you see him). Please, no wine. We have more than enough. Instead, stop by Willapa Oyster Company and purchase one of their fine frozen food items to go. You won't be sorry. Suggested Local Attractions: Willapa Oysters, ( https://store.willapa-oysters.com/ ) Marsh's Free Museum, Oysterville, Jacks mercantile (possibly the oldest one in Washington state, Ilwaco port and museum, and across the Columbia to Astoria, OR. https://opwa.com/things-to-do/

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Water Hookup

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Electric Hookup: 30A

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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House Rules

Community dump station available limited times. NO fireworks. No fire pit available so use your own free standing. Basically, same rules as most campgrounds. Oyster farms on Willapa Bay, https://store.willapa-oysters.com/ for smoked oysters and fresh clams along with the best frozen stews and chowders to take home. Ocean Park center has Jack's (oldest merchantile in Washington state), Oakies Thriftway groceries, and numerous accesses to the world's longest beach you can drive on.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: paved street, RV spot is compacted gravel with oyster shell mixed in. All level, slightly sloped. Very limited times on community RV dump station. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: In front or across the street on friend's vacant lot

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Gravel

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Hosted By lbruce8039

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65+

Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay & Lynn Bruce Details: Retired Federal worker, high voltage electrician. Vietnam Vet. Wife (Lynn) and I have been married for over 50 GOLDEN years. We are vacationing in place, with our two dogs, in our house on the lagoon, just two blocks from the Pacific ocean. Home Town: Ocean Park, WA very old community (only 80 years after Lewis & Clark arrived). Ocean Park was once a station on the Ilwaco Railway and Navigation Company, a narrow gauge railroad that ran along the Long Beach Peninsula from 1889 to 1930.[4] One of the oldest buildings in Pacific County is the Taylor Hotel building, built in 1887, currently in use as Adelaide's Cafe and Bookstore named after Adelaide Taylor,[5] the wife of the original hotel owner. The oldest building in Ocean Park is the Lamberson Cabin, built in 1883[6] by Buell Lamberson. The cabin has been kept in private family ownership through the generations for the use of Lamberson descendants. Endless beach you can drive on (4 wheel drive recommended) abundance of seafood. Jack's Country Store has literally hundreds of thousands of items, repotedly, the oldest mercantile store in Washington state. Historic Oysterville, http://www.oysterville.org/ and site https://www.visitlongbeachpeninsula.com/tips-tools/villages/oysterville/ just a few miles away. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Along I-5 corridor. Most (not all)rest stops along the way down to So. California. We have stayed in many U.S. Forrest Service sites, no fee and loved the peace and tranquility. We have not stayed at a host site yet, but we are looking forward to doing that. Skills or Expertise to Share: Have become informed on local sites of interest. I LOVE the ocean. And oysters!

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References for this location from other RVers

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    A.Hawkes

    2 months ago

    Lindsay and Lynn were great hosts, very accommodating and pleasant folks. Thanks for the hospitality!

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    RVBuddha

    2 months ago

    L & L have a fantastic, impressively leveled, gravel spot for your rig. These guys take hosting seriously, and are so welcoming! Be sure to inquire about the local history of Oysterville, if you’re interested in learning about how many nearby portions of the PNW were settled. The beach is a very short walk from their house too!

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    PaulandSuzy

    3 months ago

    Great place to stay while exploring the Longbeach area. Hosts were awesome and very informative. location was great.

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    OurEKKOlife

    3 months ago

    thank you! awesome level spot with friendly hosts! can hear the ocean.

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    thetrailerbarkbunch

    3 months ago

    This Boondockers Welcome experience has been the absolute best! Lindsay and Lynn were the most gracious hosts. They were the perfect blend of friendly and helpful, without being overbearing in any way. Lindsay took the time to take me on a tour of the area, as this is my first time in Ocean Park, and I’m now strongly considering buying property here at some point. He is so knowledgeable! I felt safe and at ease during my stay. The proximity to the beach is ideal for myself and my dogs. Jack’s Country Store is nearby and had anything I could possibly need - not to mention the nostalgic vibe just walking in there. This stay was an unexpected treat and I can’t wait to return!!!

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