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May 27, 2014 09:05 pm

Turtle Rock Resort, an beach resort at Turtle Rock in Gold Beach, was named as one of the top waterfront RV parks of 2014 by Good Sam RV Travel Guide. 

Turtle Rock is located on the banks of Hunter Creek as it meets the ocean. The resort offers RV sites, cottages with private hot tubs, tent sites, a group facility, and vacation home just a few minutes walk to the ocean. 

The parks awarded are located on or near the banks of some of North America’s most popular lakes, rivers and ocean shores. The editors and consultants of the Good Sam RV Travel Guide and Campground Directory chose the list of Top Waterfront RV Parks from the annual publication’s database of 8,000 private parks. 

For water loving RVers, these parks provide easy access to fabulous recreation. In many of the parks, the shore is just a few paces from guests’ front doors. Whether RVers seek to catch a wave or drift in a lazy current, these parks inspire travelers to pull off the open road and hit the shore.

Good Sam Enterprises is a membership-based company for RV owners and outdoor enthusiasts with over 1.7 million members. Its CEO, Marcus Lemonis, has become more well known due to his business reality TV show, The Prophet.

Turtle Rock Resort was the only Oregon park chosen for the award. Other states that had parks chosen are Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, North and South Carolina, Texas, and Washington.

 

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