b'BRAYS TRAVEL JOURNALOregons Bay Point Landing Offers Unique Views and Amenities That Make Campers Want to Staytruly lives up to the claim.Its not that its overly fancyin fact, they try not to be, promoting them-Sueselves as a unique camping experience designed to complement the natural Bray local environment. Thats what makes this park so special. Originally an old logging mill, that operation shut down and the property Its not often that we stay at an RVsat dormant for decades. A group of in-park where we find ourselves wishingvestors from the Portland, Ore., area we could just stay on and on, but wepurchased the land intending to de-found ourselves in that situation thisvelop it into a community of resort cab-summer at the end of our too-short stopins.Alongtheway,theydecidedto at Bay Point Landing in Coos Bay, Ore.allocatethesouthernportionofthe Coos Bay was not on the original des- property to RVs, putting cabins and per-tination list of our two-month summermanent Airstream trailers on the north tour of the Pacific Northwest, but onceend. In 2018, they began development we discovered Bay Point Landing, it be- in earnest. cameourmostanticipatedstopoverThe resort sits on a small bay nestled along the Oregon coast.in the wetlands of the Oregon coast andBay Point Landing offers simplicity, but also great views. We were a bit apprehensive as weis bordered by water on two sides. It cur-navigated our way through a somewhatrently boasts 160 RV sites, 35 cabins andthe southern side.the roofs and walls for more of a con-shabby neighborhood to the park, but14 Airstream trailers. The Airstreams areThecabinsareprefabricatedandtainer look which is intended to blend once we made the turn and drove in hard plumbed into the sites, with per- moved to their sites. Their unusual de- in with the natural beach area. wow! There are campgrounds and RVmanent water, sewer and power. Even- sign, totally different from the typicalThe same contemporary design is parks that call themselves resorts, but Itually, the northern part of the resorttiny homes found in many RV parks,echoedintheclubhousecomplex, can truthfully say that Bay Point Land- will be exclusively devoted to cabinsblend Japanese and Scandinavian ar- which features a small heated indoor ing is one where we have stayed thatand Airstreams, with the RVs located onchitecture to provide unique angles tosaltwater pool, a fitness center, the Cove 16 February 2023Woodalls Campground Magazine'