Oregon Coast Campgrounds - Listings

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The Oregon Coast campgrounds that span the entire length of Hwy 101 are well maintained, have great amenities and are situated in some of the most beautiful spots you're going to find. With the forests, ocean, and mountains surrounding you, a peaceful stay is inevitable.

There are also many places that are designated as Day-Use Only areas all along the coast, from North to South. These are places that you can park, hit the bathrooms if you need to, walk the beach, break out the digital camera for a photo opp, enjoy the scenery and even kick back for a nice nap. 

In fact, one of my favorite things to do is park at a Day-Use Only area, facing the beach, open the car window and snuggle into my seat for a nap. The sound of the surf and the seagulls put me out in no time. Great times! 

Below is a list of the Oregon Coast campgrounds in the Oregon State Parks that you have to choose from. Enjoy your time away! ;)

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North Oregon Coast Campgrounds with Day-Use Facilities

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Cape Lookout State Park
Off Hwy 101, 12 miles SW of Tillamook on Three Capes Scenic Loop
503-842-4981

Reservable. 38 full hookup, 1 electrical, 173 tent; maximum site 60 feet; 13 yurts; 3 deluxe cabins; group tent (4 areas); hiker/biker camp. There is a meeting hall and a 2 1/2 mile hiking trail to the end of the cape. They take group picnic reservations. Open year round. Day-use fee. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.


Devil's Lake State Recreation Area

US 101, Lincoln City
541-994-2002

Reservable. 28 full hookup, 4 electrical, 55 tent; maximum site 45 feet; 10 yurts; hiker/biker camp. All full and electrical Oregon Coast campground sites here have cable television. Boat moorage slips; fishing dock; summer kayak tours. Open year round. Restrooms with flush toilets.


Fort Steven State Park

Off US 101, 10 miles West of Astoria at the mouth of the Columbia River
503-861-1671

Reservable. 174 full hookup, 302 electrical, 19 tent; maximum site 50 feet; some pull-through sites; 15 yurts; hiker/biker camping. 14 miles of bicycle/hiking trails; wildlife viewing area; freshwater lake; 2 reservable picnic shelters. Open year round. Day-use fee. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

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Nehalem Bay State Park
Off US 101, 3 miles South of Manzanita Junction, between the ocean and Nehalem Bay.
503-368-5154

Reservable. 265 electrical; maximum site 60 feet; 18 yurts; horse camp (17 primitive sites with corrals, some pull-throughs); hiker/biker camp adjacent to airstrip with 6 primitive sites. This Oregon Coast campground has a meeting hall, 6-mile horse trail; 2 mile hiking/biking path; boat ramp on bay offering access to fishing and crabbing. Open year round. Day-use fee. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.


Oswald West State Park
US 101, 10 miles South of Cannon Beach

Although the park is still open, the campground has been closed since 2009.

 

Saddle Mountain State Natural Area
Off US 26, 17 miles East of US 26/101 Junction

10 walk-in primitive sites at trailhead; RV/vehicle camping not allowed; RV's are restricted to the parking area. 2 1/2 mile hiking trail to the summit. Restrooms with flush toilets.



Oregon Coast Campgrounds - Day-Use Only


Ecola State Park
Off  US 101, 2 miles North of Cannon Beach on Tillamook Head

8-mile Oregon Coast Trail segment; three Adirondack-style cabins; hike-in camp at Indian Creek; group picnic reservations. Day-use fee. Restrooms with flush toilets.


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Central Oregon Coast Campgrounds with Day-Use Facilities


Beverly Beach State Park

US 101, 7 miles North of Newport, between Cape Foulweather and Yaquina Head
541-265-9278

Reservable. 53 full hookups, 75 electrical, 128 tent; maximum site 65 feet; some pull-through sites; 21 yurts (cable TV hookups are in selected yurts and campsites); group tent (5 areas); hiker/biker camp. Nature trail, playground, yurt meeting hall, visitor activity center, beach access from the campground. Open year-round. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

 

Beachside State Recreation Site
US 101, 4 miles South of Waldport
541-563-3220

Reservable. 32 electrical, 42 tent; maximum site 40 feet; 2 yurts; hiker/biker camp. Restrooms with flush toilets.

 

Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park
US 101, 14 miles North of Florence, just north of Heceta Head
541-547-5785

58 full hook-up; maximum site 45 feet; 7 walk-in tent; 2 yurts; hiker/biker camp. 6-mile loop hiking trail to the Heceta Head Lighthouse; 5 miles of beach with cliffside tidepools. Open year round. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

 

Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park
US 101, 3 miles South of Florence, next to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area
541-997-3641

Reservable. 47 full hook-up; 119 electrical; 191 tent; maximum site 60 feet; 1 pull-through site; group tent (6 areas); hiker/biker camp. This particular Oregon Coast campground has something for everyone: 3 freshwater lakes; guided kayak tours; camp store; nature center; meeting hall; paddle boats; group picnic reservations. Open year round. Day-use fee. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

 

South Beach State Park
US 101, 2 miles South of Newport by Yaquina Bay
541-867-4715

Reservable. 227 electrical; maximum site 60 feet; 27 yurts; group tent (3 areas); hiker/biker camp. Hospitality visitor center/gift shop; 1 meeting yurt; interpretive activity yurt; playground; seasonal kayak tours. Open year round. Wi-Fi access. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

 

Umpqua Lighthouse State Park
Off US 101, 6 miles South of Reedsport, above the mouth of Winchester Bay
541-271-4118

Reservable. 20 full hook-up; 24 tent; maximum site 45 feet; 8 yurts (6 deluxe); 2 cabins; hiker/biker camp. Open year round. Restrooms with flush toilets.


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South Oregon Coast Campgrounds with Day-Use Facilities


Alfred A. Loeb State Park

Off US 101, 10 miles NE of Brookings on the Chetco River
541-469-2021

48 electrical; maximum site 50 feet; 3 cabins. There is a short riverside trail leading to USFS Redwood Nature Trail. Open year round. Restrooms with flush toilets.

 

Bullards Beach State Park
US 101, 2 miles North of Bandon at the mouth of the Coquille River
541-347-2209

Reservable. 103 full hook-up, 82 electrical; maximum site 55 feet; 13 yurts; horse camp (8 sites; 3 with 2 stalls; 5 with 4 stalls); hiker/biker camp. Historic Coquille Lighthouse tours; 7-mile horse trail; meeting hall; reservable picnic shelters; boat ramp on river. Open year round. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

 

Cape Blanco State Park
Off US 101, 9 miles North of Port Orford
541-332-2973

54 electrical; maximum site 65 feet; 4 cabins; horse camp (8 sites and 8 corrals); group RV/tent; hiker/biker camp. 7-mile horse trail; 150 acres of open riding range; fishing access to the Sixes River; black sands beach. Open year round. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

 

Harris Beach State Recreation Area
US 101, just north of Brookings
541-469-2021

Reservable. 360 full hook-up, 50 electrical, 63 tent; maximum site 50 feet; cable TV hookups in selected campsites; 6 yurts; hiker/biker camp. Open year round. A few Oregon Coast campgrounds offer Wi-Fi access and this is one of them. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

 

Humbug Mountain State Park
US 101, 6 miles South of Port Orford at the base of 1,756-foot headland
541-332-6774

32 electrical, 62 tent; maximum site 55 feet; some pull-through sites; hiker/biker camp; group tent area. 5 1/2-mile loop hiking trail to Humbug Mountain summit. Open year round. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.

 

There you go. That is the full listing of the Oregon Coast campgrounds that grace this beautiful state. As I suggested prior, to make your time away a perfect one, check the campground listing and if you can make reservations, go for it. That will ensure your space. If you're an RV'er looking for Oregon Coast campgrounds with you specifically in mind, be sure to visit the Oregon Coast RV Park listings page.


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