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The Oasis Campground [I need info]

Post by OBSESSED » Fri Jun 09, 2006 9:09 pm

Oasis vet's question for you:

The road from the check in past the "Full Hookups" to up towards the inlet to the sand.
What kind of road is it?
I forgot from last year [we had full hooks] what it looked like... :?
Is it whooped out?
Would a heavy Diesel Pusher [one in group is 48,000 total gross weight with trailer] have a chance to get stuck?
Any info on this short road would be helpful...

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Post by Kevlar » Sun Jun 11, 2006 10:43 pm

Dirt mixed with sand, no woops. I saw quite a few motorhomes dry camping when we were there last year so it should not be a problem. Our trip is planned for July 15 to 20.

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Post by RobC » Mon Jun 12, 2006 11:42 am

It's just a dirt road with a few small bumps. May be a little muddy if they are watering the fields around it. Make sure you take the main road over that little canal. Not the one in which I've seen pics of people miscalculating the length of their tow rigs and end up hanging off the side of that little wooden bridge.
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Post by OBSESSED » Mon Jun 12, 2006 8:57 pm

Thanks guys, hows the dust up on top, is there any area better than the other?

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Post by RobC » Mon Jun 12, 2006 9:43 pm

Very little dust from what I remember from the last 2 years. One thing though, you might want to camp a little further away from the road that goes into the dunes to avoid a lot (relatively speaking) of traffic going by you as people are coming and going to the dunes.
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