Ore. RV Park Breaks Ground; To Feature 180 Sites

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December 9, 2017 by   Leave a Comment

Artist rendering of the new clubhouse at Coos Bay.

A Building Team, led by R&A Architecture + Design, has broken ground on The Camps at Coos Bay Lagoon, an RV camp and cabins park encompassing 103 acres along Camp Arago Highway in the Barview area of coastal Coos Bay, Ore.

According to Building Design and Construction, the project — which was designed in collaboration with its client NBP Capital, a commercial real estate fund — is scheduled for completion next April.

The property on which the camp is being built had been a lumberyard and mill that were decommissioned in the 1970s. Remnants of a pier from that mill could be rebuilt in phase two of this project.

Because this land wasn’t suitable for traditional building foundations, the building team proposed instead a series of smaller structures for the campsite. Overlooking more than a mile of private beachfront, 180 campsites, modeled on an archipelago, will be organized in a way the harkens back to the Bay’s riparian past of marsh islands separated by numerous streams.

The campsite will include a new, V-shaped wood-and-glass clubhouse that can be used year-round. It will offer an indoor swimming pool, recreation rooms, meeting and entertainment spaces. The clubhouse will also feature outdoor terraces and decks.

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