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Where is a good place for a winter camp trip?

I am thinking about taking a family Camp trip in late Feb. Back in 01 my wife and I did a trip down the 101 from Aberdene to Coos Bay. It was great and I am thinking about doing it again. We have an 18'tt and a nearly 4 year old kid. At that time we will have a New born too.
I am looking for suggestions on things to do in Oregon in the winter. I do not want to be stuck in the trailer the whole time with the 3 Girls and a darn worthless sorry excuse of a dog.
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You may want to get on to the state of Oregon web site to see what camp grounds are open at that time of year. If you are going down 101, I think you will find some that are open, and the coast is great to see in winter.
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