33 RV Parks near Astoria, Oregon
Sep 2017 - $47.00
Have never camped at a golf course before, but we rather like it. Pulled our coach in so that windshield faces the golf course to enjoy the view. Here's hoping no golfer shanks a ball off the tee. Sites are gravel and level. Roads throughout the park are paved and in great condition. Full hookups are side-by-side, so it made sense for us to pull in forward rather than back in. WiFi works great!!! Owner said she reboots the router on a regular basis (more campgrounds should do this). There are shrubs for privacy between sites and some trees for shade. Convenient to US 101. Golf club rentals are included with site. - RagTopDay
Aug 2017 - $42.00
This RV Park is awesome. Very well maintained and super clean. Not many trees, but spaces are decent size, separated by grassy areas and picnic tables. They even offer 100 AMP power. And their rules are actually enforced by the resident owner! There is a very large grassy area on the side reserved for bigger RVs, with part of it assigned to pets and the rest for games. We asked if our agility herding dog may be allowed to run fetching balls covering both areas, and they did allow it if nobody is out there playing games. However, when we let him run in a different area along the golf course - within 2 minutes someone showed up in a golf cart to remind us that dogs are not allowed there. Too many Parks have rules and never enforce them, but we prefer a watchful eye. The people in charge were very nice and helpful, recommending various sights we would have never known about. The Park is located alongside a body of water, next to a very well maintained 9-hole golf course in a very quiet area, but only minutes from downtown Astoria. The office provides excellent maps and helpful hints. We will definitely stay here again. - Chuck Brown
Aug 2017 - $44.00
Given the awful parks we toured in the Astoria-Seaside region, we were VERY happy to have ended up at Lewis and Clark. It is set in a scenic area, surrounded by a waterway, a golf course, farmland and trees. They have a wide grass perimeter that was great for running our dog and wide, open sites for the RV. An enjoyable stay. - Tee Gysin
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Spent June and July 2016 in this park. They were going through changes and had a new manager. A little rough first few days then everything got cleaned up and mowed. I love it there. It is just feet from the trolley stop and river walk. An 11 mile bike path that is why we went there.
Pier 39 has a brewery, restaurant and coffee shop. You can rent kayaks. Every Sunday the downtown streets are closed for the farmers market. A really fun place. There is a maritime museum on the river walk, and a Coast Guard ship that you can visit. There are sea lions on pier 38 and they can be quite loud, however watching the ships come in and the sunsets are worth the nature sounds. We plan to spend a lot more time there. Hope to see you. - Jodi Hawkins
Aug 2017 - $46.00
When we got there we were supposed to get local tv channels, and you get no cable like it says online. We asked that night if we could cut our stay short; they said no refunds, no matter what. The washers have sand in them; when I told the managers, they said while smiling, oh well, people use then with sand on their clothes; didn't offer to have a credit to wash over. Dumpster overflowing, couldn't put trash in. Oh and no wifi at all, not what it says in the ad again. The pics you see online are not true. Go somewhere else you have a better time, bad juju! - Cece 57
Jul 2017 - $40.00
This park is a hidden gem. The staff is super friendly and helpful. The sites are very large and wide, and a whole section in front is set aside for the tow vehicle. Everything is clean, they recycle, wifi is good. It's close to astoria, the lewis and clark park and the mouth of the colorado river. We definitely recommend this park for your stay. - chillyvt
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Only has 30 amp service, but spaces are large enough for big rigs. Clean restroom and showers. Very friendly staff. Area is quiet even though it is near a main highway. - Jerry-Carey
Aug 2017 - $69.00
Arrived early and told to leave and go across the street and wait until 3pm to check in. Talked to one of the outside greeters and he had me park under some trees in the CG entrance. Very helpful. Very well maintained CG. Lots of families having a great time. Easy to navigate to interior roads. Good location to ride around and see the sights. State park across the street led to the beach. Dogs allowed on the beach. It was a good time. - msrebel
Jul 2017 - $85.00
My family really likes this park, so much so that my kids can spend all day here without leaving. Love the free pancake breakfast, we usually pick it up to go and enjoy in our camper (we also always tipe the staff!). Two pools, ample play space, friendly & very visible staff make this a great place to relax with the kids. We prefer to stay in the paved sites that have great shade tree cover vs. the open field sites. This is where we aim to be when visiting Seaside/Astoria. - pokeyt
Sep 2016 - $55.00
We stayed here as it was one of few parks which had space available without a reservation. Our site was dirt/gravel with quite a bit of slope and weedy grass surrounding the site. Utilities worked fine, placement acceptable. There was adequate space between sites EXCEPT for the neighboring fire rings which were within a foot or two of slide outs. Those that insisted on having a fire (and there were many) choked the rest of us out. Spent most of the time closed up with the AC running.
Being a "family friendly" park there were many activities/play areas for children. This does lead to quite a bit of noise, had 2 nights of kids running around the park throwing poppers until midnight.
All in all a nice place to let the kids run and have fun, not so much if you are looking for a quiet, smoke free park. - Dogs and Cats
Sep 2017 - $32.00
There are 500+ sites on several loops amongst the trees. It's quiet and the sites are nicely separated/private. - DouginAz
Aug 2017 - $32.00
Our favorite Oregon state park! This place is huge and has so much to offer. The campsites are very nice and we fit fine in our 40 ft. 5th wheel. I loved the miles of paved bike trails. We visited the fort/historical area and the ship wreck on the beach. There is a lake where you can fish. The northern tip of the park is beautiful where you can see the ocean on one side and the mouth of the Columbia river on the other side. On a clear day you can see Astoria across the river as well as the state of Washington. We only stayed 4 days and really could have spent more time. Next time we are in Oregon we will definitely come back. Verizon was pretty weak, but worked okay with a booster, AT&T worked better. - Love2Camp777
Aug 2017 - $32.00
Busy park with many group campers and active children riding bikes. Very nice walking/biking paths, paved and unpaved. Easy access to the day use areas that have huge parking lots and quick access to the ocean and beach. These parking lots can easily accommodate motorhomes. Because our site was not available when we checked in (we arrived very early) we were directed to one of the day use areas. The south jetty afforded whale watching opportunities. Astoria is a short drive away. We particularly liked going to the Column with the panoramic view of the area. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Aug 2017 - $25.00
Second year here on our way back from Alaska. Full HU everything but the cable worked great. Our tower cable didn't work. Nice quiet place, geese all over, next to the range if they are using it daytime but quiet at night. Nice, safe camp close to areas we came to see. Would stay again. Price is marginal for a famcamp, but it is always like minded folks. - Nevada Nick
Sep 2016 - $25.00
All back-in sites on asphalt, but they are level and all services worked. Lots of room in each space, but no grass or trees anywhere on the campgrounds. Lots of grass surrounding the area. Showers looked good but didn't use. Checking in was an experience. If after hours, get your key for electric box at the main gate. Quiet, seemed to draw a really nice group. Plenty of geese. Would stay again. - Nevada Nick
Aug 2016 - $25.00
The price has gone up dramatically from past reviews, and is high for very close sites with hookups on an asphalt parking lot. Sites are all back-in but are easy to get into.
Had 50 amp steady power, no problems. Sewer connection worked well.
It's open and quiet, convenient to all the things in the area we wanted to see. We'd take this place over crowded commercial campgrounds any day. Would definitely stay again. - all4pets
Aug 2016 - $10.00
This is a fishing camp, and if that is what you want, then it is Great. Since it is Columbia Shores resort we were expecting better. Has water and 50 amp. Really tight spaces. If you need to dump, they only allow black water dumping even though their brochure says gray. Internet is $1 per day per device. (We have 7 devices.) Cable TV is $1 per day, but you are better off using your antenna as cable does not have ABC, CBS, NBC or Fox. Dusty, dirty streets. Club house is clean and welcoming. - DigMyPast
Sep 2014 - $3.00
Nice location if fishing out of Ilwaco, and close to Long Beach if you want to utilize your KM park access. Office staff was helpful and professional. Tight spots that were mostly back-in, but deep enough to accommodate big rigs. Wi-Fi and cable worked well. Right on HWY 101 so the road noise during the day was always in the background and as mentioned in previous reviews, no sewer dump at campsites. Plane Jane park with no KM amenities that you would expect with the price of membership and yearly dues. With that said, location is great for playing on the WA and OR coast. KM nightly price for minimal for cable and Internet. - 737geek
Sep 2012 - $1.00
The K/M web-site calls this a "fish camp" and it really is. If you are a fisherman, great. Not so good otherwise. At the time of our visit both the TV and Internet were down due to the bankruptcy of the provider. Large sites, quiet. - wetterwashington
Nov 2015 - $35.00
This older park was recently updated. Paved road. Gravel back-in site with a picnic table. Updated restroom building. Office is being modeled. Close to the Columbia River boat dock. - bradydane2009
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We can't say enough about this campground, the bathrooms are so clean you could eat off the floors. Grounds are immaculate, the owners very helpful and friendly. This is the nicest campground in the area and there is also a great view! We stayed 5 nights. - lwabend
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Park is in the trees right on the bay. You can watch the ocean going ships entering the Columbia River.
Sites are all grass, a combination of pull thrus and back ins.
Camp hosts are super - they offered to help set up our rig, even helped me back into chosen site. Park is open for another 2-3 weeks so we got in just in time.
Washrooms (2 showers) and laundry (2 washers, 2 dryers) were clean. Our only comment would be that there are no locks on any of the washroom cubicles. I don't know why this is.
We would definitely stay here again - park was lovely and quiet for a weekend stay. - DCM/JMB
Sep 2015 - $30.00
This is an older park that is a gem. Very nice, large spaces among the trees. We had electrical and water and a grey water drain. There is a dump site to use. Located across the bay from Cape Disappointment. We would return. - Thirdtime
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Quick overnight stay here. Back in site was perfectly fine, being on back row near tent sites allowed for ample room to back in. Staff at store/check-in weren't super friendly but not rude. When in the area I prefer to stay elsewhere to either Bud's or another CG, which should tell you something... - pokeyt
Jun 2017 - $41.00
41 sites. Bud's is a nice little park behind the small grocery store (they smoke their own brisket and pulled pork out back--brisket sandwich was great!) on US 101 just north of Seaside, OR. Friendly, helpful folks. Sites are very neat; short but wide with each site having a parking pad for RV & pad for tow vehicle, patio with a picnic table & a patch of grass at the back. WiFi is good, but periodically disappears for a few minutes. Lots of flower baskets make it extra attractive. Great for a stopover. - ragtop45
Oct 2016 - $33.00
Bud's is a nice little park behind a small grocery store on US 101 just north of Seaside, OR. The sites are all back-in with plenty of room to maneuver. The utilities worked as expected. The site was gravel with a space for our truck. A patio with a picnic table is included. It's quiet at night. The grocery offers a wide variety of items including a wonderful smoked brisket sandwich, but get it early as they sell out fast. Other hot and cold sandwiches are available. Tuesday is 2 for 1 hot dog day. The staff is very helpful. Propane is available on site. I'd return and recommend Bud's. - 15243