Five and a half acres of Douglas Fir, Redwood, Cedar, and Myrtle Wood along the banks of the Coquille River…
Remote, Oregon is cradled in a valley of timberlands and a hunter’s paradise of mountains.
Off of I-5 on Route 42 between Winston and Coos Bay lies the most luscious forest retreat in southwest Oregon!
Jeff and I are spending the spring and summer here. Let me take you for a tour.
Beside us are 3 quaint rental cabins.
Across the gravel street is the laundry lodge.
The Pavilion is a favorite spot to cozy up to an evening fire, grill out with friends, and share a campground potluck dinner.
The Loafing Shed is part office, living room, and kitchen. All campers can cook, bake, gather, relax, watch TV, and rock beside the wood burning stove hearth.
Behind most of the 26 campsites
is the babbling Coquille River. These stairs lead to the swimming hole and sunning rock.
So there you have it… An awesome alliteration of lusciously lazy shades of gorgeous greens, filled with the sweet smells of pine trees and pure precious Oregon, remote and relaxing… Remote Outpost RV Park and Cabins!