COVID-19 Park and Area Info
Summary of COVID-19 Restrictions and Guidelines for Timber Valley:
—-> Please Get Vaccinated!!
—-> Masks Recommended in Park Buildings
- The Gift of Life
- A Relative of the Common Cold
- Amber Does Know What a Mouse Is
- Volunteers Needed to Install Rubber Mats on Pathways – Wednesday May 25 @ 9am
- FDA Jif Peanut Butter Recall (Salmonella)
- TV Log May 22, 2022
- Community Garden Group Guided Tour of Douglas County Master Gardeners’ Discovery Garden Tuesday May 24 11am
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800 S. State St.
Sutherlin, OR 97479
Mon – Fri 9am to 12; 1pm to 5
Office: (541) 459-4465
About UsThe Timber Valley SKP RV Park is a 206 unit 55+ RV Co-op affiliated with the Escapees RV Club. Each member of the co-op holds a lifetime lease on a large RV lot. When a member is not in the park, that lot can be put into the rental pool so that visiting Escapees members may rent an available lot by the day, week, or month.
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Christie Gardner, Lot 152
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Category Archives: General Interest
By Cathy Deyo Perhaps some info on why donating blood and what happens before and during the procedure will encourage first timers to donate. I have been donating for 50 years and feel it is a duty and a blessing. … Continue reading
By Jackie Deal Ahh-chew! “Doggone cold. It’s my third one this year”. We can send a man to the moon, why can’t we find a cure for the common cold? Did you know that your common cold is related to … Continue reading
By Jackie Deal Amber (my cat) is playing with one of her stuffed mousies in the corner. Isn’t that cute? She’s acting like it’s a real mouse. That’s so cu-uUUUT !! A 2 ½ inch dark brown mouse streaked across … Continue reading
Please join in a group activity to install the rubber mats on the remaining pathways. Everyone is invited…you don’t have to be a member of a particular Committee. Many hands make light work. We need a good turnout for this. … Continue reading
The FDA, along with CDC and state and local partners, are investigating a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Senftenberg infections linked to certain Jif peanut butter products. View the FDA’s Jif product recall list.
Community Garden Group Guided Tour of Douglas County Master Gardeners’ Discovery Garden Tuesday May 24 11am
By Jackie Deal Thursdays Home from an exhausting physical therapy: tired, depleted and hungry. And what did I find waiting for me? A wonderful “Meals on Wheels” dinner: beef tacos, corn salsa, refried beans and to top it off a … Continue reading
By Fred Prout I like beer. Actually, I love beer. I especially love the taste of beer. Bock, Porter, Stout. The thick, dark, stand up a spoon in it, beer. Or, a really hoppy ale. Taste is everything. I know … Continue reading
By Jackie Deal “That’s Gold in Them Thar Hills” (thank you Bugs Bunny, actually “Yosemite Sam”). Friday afternoon the gold was music! For the first time in a l-o-n-g time the Timber Valley clubhouse rang with music. With music and … Continue reading
Thanks to all who made yesterday’s Friday Social Hour Music Fest a great success!
By Cathy Deyo A great day trip is a visit to the Siskiyou Smokejumper Base museum. It is four miles south of Cave Junction at the Illinois Valley Airport. It is an important part of southern Oregon history. Our tour … Continue reading
by Jackie Deal “Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary”…. Well, it was more like 7 a.m. but it felt like midnight. And yes, I felt weak and weary as I peered bleary eyed into my … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who made the Kentucky Derby event a great success!
At our first official educational event, Herbalist Amber Merrifield enlightened us with information about the growing and use of herbs. In a former life, Amber worked in veterinary medicine giving anesthesia, animal critical care, pharmacology and biomedical treatment.
By Fred Prout Well, it finally happened this morning. Despite fighting tooth and nail to prevent it for many years, and with every fiber of my being, it happened. Now bear in mind that every terrible event in our lives … Continue reading
Come on out to the Clubhouse for Saturday morning coffee and donuts. $1:50. Yep, $1:50 for all the coffee you want and fresh wonderful donuts from Henry’s Donut shop. Why, a cup of coffee costs $2. Or $2:50. And donuts? … Continue reading
By Jackie Deal Two L.O.L.s (Little Old Ladies) camping on the Oregon coast for two weeks. Safely parked and now exploring. The R.V. park was south of town; driving into town they passed a sign, “Darlingtonia ¼ mile”. LOL #1: … Continue reading
There will be an Open Board Workshop on May 04, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. to receive the membership’s input on whether the park should consider rules limiting the display of political signage on a member’s lot. This workshop is for … Continue reading