21 RV Parks near Bandon, Oregon
Jun 2017 - $32.00
Stay as far away from this park as you can! The manager is rude and unhelpful, and does not care about his guests. We were planning on staying longer, but left after our first night. The facilities are run down, overflowing clogged toilet..one shower with cold water only. The "gym" and "game room" were locked the entire time, however we were told we had access to all the amenities? Grass desperately needed mowing and most spots appeared to be flooded. What a mess, so gross, we will never return here! - Matt Anderson
Feb 2017 - $32.00
Stayed one night in swamp like conditions, had a large pool of water outside our door. Park was nearly full and only had one working shower for men. Wi fi was terrible and cable tv was ok but not a very good channel selection, laundry not adequate. If you have a pet, you will be made to feel unwelcome by Manager. Just seems like Management don't care a great deal about providing good services to it's residents/customers. We will never stay here again and will advise others to stay away from this park. - Unhappy_Camper56
Nov 2016 - $30.00
Facility was fine. We planned on all winter. Lots of long term and permanent residents. Close to beach and town. Location is good, but in heavy rain watch for high water on roads. Our neighbor's dog attacked ours. We complained after the third attack. Managers talked to neighbor and he became aggressive, volatile and wanted to get physical. We packed up and left and won't ever go back. - Ken Camp
Jun 2017 - $27.00
After staying at several over-crowded RV parks in CA this was a refreshing change of pace. We love state parks and the privacy we get at the sites compared to RV parks. We were in site B37 at Bullards Beach and it was very woodsy and private. Of course woodsy means mosquitoes, but I still appreciated the seclusion. We were close to the path to the beach which is a 3/4 mile hike. This park is in a beautiful location and even has a lighthouse! We also loved visiting the town of Bandon. The roads around the campground are tight and can be tricky with a big rig, but we were able to do it with a 41 ft 5th wheel. Verizon and AT&T both worked well. - Love2Camp777
May 2017 - $33.00
May26, 27 Bullards Beach State Park, Bandon, Oregon site A20 $33 no discounts Full hookups. This State Park is located in Bandon, Oregon the Cranberry Capitol of Oregon. There are three loops in the park A, B and C. I felt the A loop sites had more privacy. There is a mixture of full hookups and w & e sites spread around the loops. The bathhouses were clean with showers. The campground is three miles to the old lighthouse and beach. It is a nice park where one can fish, put in a boat on the river, horseback ride with your own horse if staying at the horse camp, bike, picnic, go to the beach and visit the historic lighthouse. We were there Memorial Weekend for two nights so it was full on the first night. Pets are welcomed on the beach. The old lighthouse stands where the river and ocean meet and you can walk out on the jetty. This was a great spot to camp and heading into Bandon two miles away with its historic district and scenic drive along the Beach Loop just adds to the experience. We would return to this park! - gsnakehill
Sep 2016 - $29.00
Very good experience with ocean waves at night and sunny days. Sites are great and park is quite large. Enjoyed lighthouse and beach area. No wifi and cell phone signal weak. - CCMcLeod
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Ok park nothing special. The sites were gravel but level. Bathrooms just ok, small and mostly clean. All the services worked well. - Phoenixaway
Aug 2017 - $42.00
They have a new wifi system that seems as good as what we have at home. No delay even with streaming a short video. Some driveways are deadend if you are not in one of the pull through spaces on that driveway. Follow their directions. There are many fulltime and seasonal sites but they are neat. It is quiet here. They are surrounded on three sides by woods, the highway on the front. Everyone seems very friendly. - Windshift
Jul 2017 - $38.00
We originally were scheduled to stay 1 week but left after 4 days because of the terrible site we were given. No grass, just sand. The space was a pull-through but they blocked the exit by parking campers there. This resort caters to long term campers and short-term renters get what is left. The staff was friendly. - bdnjsmith
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We were profoundly disappointed in this park. Our site was so small that we felt we were in a storage lot, not an rv park. There was a large fifth-wheel backed up to 15 inches from our back window. We couldn't get out our main door because the steps would run into the sewer vent pipe. Luckily we have a small 2nd door from our bedroom we used. No decent place to walk the dog. We couldn't wait to get out of there. - ricbrybet
Jul 2017 - $15.00
This was our 5th year spending several months at this RV park. Unfortunately and very sad, more permanent tenants are now allowed which has caused a considerable decline in quality and appearance of the park. This fact, along with sites being very tight and difficult, extreme traffic noise and several sites with sewer vent pipes at your door, has warranted the poor rating. The only PRO is the location. - freewheelingRVer
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Second year staying here while passing thru.
Price reflects our 2 week stay.
Managers in office are the best!! Friendly and helpful.
Downside are the sites. If you have slides and the person next door has slides, there will be maybe one foot between you.
Almost no room to park your car in front of your site without hitting the person's car next door.
Suggest you look at Google Earth for this park and see what I mean.
I think we have a foot front and rear of our car before hitting the other person's bumper!
Rigs in the center have a tough time getting into their sites.
Only good thing about this park it is not that long walk to the waterfront.
Don't think we will be back. - Bluebird Bob
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This was a great find. Located on the outskirts of Bandon, OR. Robbin's Nest is a small, extremely well run park. Pull throughs are long and spacious. Well maintained gravel and grass spaces. Internet is good. The best part is the owners. The current owners purchased the park 2 years ago after camping for 25 years and staying at the park. They know what works at an RV Park. We were invited to their 2 year anniversary barbeque. They supplied hamburgers, hot dogs, and barbeque chicken along with drinks for 34 people. It was a terrific night. The community room was stocked with a personal album designed for local sightseeing and things to do. More personal touches. Pets are welcomed and lots of place to walk the dog. The park is about 4 miles out of town and well worth the drive. Just minutes from the ocean and beaches. And, at night, the sound of the ocean and nothing else. 20 degrees cooler than inland. We will go back! - Ivan46
Jun 2017 - $36.00
All of the previous comments are spot on. Owners could not have been more helpful. One called her friend in Port Angeles to help us find the best route. They were both there immediately to help set up the cable. You just feel comfortable. The cable hookup is a little wonky, but they are right there to help get it done if you have any issues. - HB Taxlady
Feb 2017 - $13.00
Rate is based on monthly stay. As long-time full timers, we're always looking for a perfect park, and this is as close as it gets. It starts with the owners; friendly, helpful, and concerned with the quality of your stay. The location is perfect; three miles from the center of the picturesque town of Bandon and convenient to the beach. At night, you can hear the surf pounding in the distance. The sites are long, level pull-thrus with table, and the hookups are conveniently located. The park is along Highway 101, but the is fenced for privacy and noise reduction. The community room is furnished with TV, washer/dryer, game table, lending library and lots of local information. For once, we had an entire stay with strong, consistent WiFi, along with good Verizon cell and data. The park furnishes the equipment free for digital HD cable with multiple channels, and access to TV satellites is easy. Not a resort, just a great place to stay with great owners who take an interest. We'll be back. - Meanderman
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Very clean. Has a really nice area for dogs. Friendly owner and staff. We stay there for 2 months during salmon fishing; no extra charge for boat . Bathrooms are new, heated wonderful hot water. - Travelingcttech
Jul 2016 - $35.00
I had a hard time finding real photos of any of the RV parks in Bandon other than the state park, which was full many months out. We chose this new park because the owner was very professional on the phone, and we were happy with our choice. The spaces are wide, if not private, with a view of a nice meadow/marsh out the back window. The bathrooms are FANCY... brand new and they keep them sparkling. Honestly, these bathrooms were nicer than most spas I've been to! There is LOTs of room to back in. The central road is 10 to 15 yards wide. Compared to Bandon RV, which is nothing more than a crowded parking lot with zero trees, this place is a gem. (Beach Loop RV seemed like a longer term RV community.) We paid $115 for 3 nights with 5 people. - Mossyfolk
Sep 2017 - $28.00
Old park, trailer back-ins are at 90 degree angles to road, lots of brush and trees making it extremely difficult to park trailer and pull it out. Our spot A-18 was so tight we had no room to put our awning out. Picnic table located on the otherwise, not in a very usable spot, fire pit almost in the brush. (fire ban in effect), but location could have been hazardous! The showers are so old the cement has eroded away leaving one standing in gravel. Stained walls, a coat of fresh paint would go a long ways! Getting out of spot was equally as hard as backing in. Noted bark missing off trees where other folks had similar problems. This park needs an update! Brush & trees need to be removed, shower floors remade and fresh paint. The place where I walked our 2 dogs had a lot of "land-mines" making it unpleasant when ones shoes couldn't escape without a mess. This park had a "few" spots where a "few" large rigs managed to park without too many problems, but I would never revisit this park when there are many nicer ones to choose from - Happy camper in millville
Jun 2017 - $29.00
Full Hookups $29 Site A4 This State Park is on the Cape Arago Highway just below Coos Bay. There are 29 full hookup sites, 34 w&e, 66 tent sites. Sites are paved with picnic table and fire ring. Bathhouse with showers but no dump station. A short walk brings you to the beach across the street where one can rock climb at low tide.. Sites are nice but some are hard to back into. What this state park has going for it is location. Cape Arago State Park with its picnic area, hiking, and outstanding views is about two miles south of the park and the highway ends there in a loop. The road we took off of route 101 was narrow with many curves to get to the park but the drive is worth it. We camped here for two nights and were glad we did. This is called the undiscovered coast of Oregon. - gsnakehill
May 2017 - $35.00
Great park. Full hookups. Lots of space and shade. - jla_vernon
Aug 2017 - $22.00
This was a great find! Small secluded park, has tents and RV spots. First time a host ever came out to greet us, amazing! Rick was great, even helped us back in (we are new to a motor home). Sharon signed us in. Both hosts very helpful and nice and explained all the features the park has and how to get to beach and lake. The location is beautiful. Everything is super clean. We've traveled a lot all over the world and this small parks rates as one of the best we've ever been at for cleanliness, location, and without a doubt two of the best hosts we've ever had. Laundry is nice touch, WiFi worked well, Verizon had 2 to 3 bars. We will return later this year for sure. Make reservations!!! This is a small park. - Happycamper-300
Aug 2017 - $22.00
A sweet find at the end of a very long day driving. Large grassy area with rigs at the outer edges. Floras Lake is between the park and the ocean. Clean restrooms and coin operated showers. Lots have sunny, open exposures. Site surface is a concrete pad with gravel and grass, featuring a fire ring and picnic table. Dump station is free to campers. Lovely park, will definitely return. - Eliz Plam
May 2017 - $22.00
Where do we start? My husband and I stayed here thinking we would stay 1 night, we stayed a week. We travel quite a bit, this is the first time a "Host" came out and greeted us, got us signed in and even helped us back in to our spot. Amazing! Everything is super clean and the park even has a laundry and park-wide Wi-Fi. The beach is beautiful, the lake adds to the magic. The hosts are simply far above any hosts we've ever had. Thanks for a wonderful visit, we will be back if you are in this area STAY, reservations should be made as this is a smaller park. - singlegal
Jun 2017 - $40.00
The park is medium sized, wide gravel roads, with both back-in and pull-through sites. We were nestled into an end site with another site only on one side, and were protected from the contant beach wind but could still hear the soothing waves. The site was gravel and fairly level, and the hookups were good. We did not try the cable. The site had both picnic table and a nice fire-pit/grill, which we used. The parks' WiFi was very good, only dropping a coiuple of time throughout our 4-day stay. Verizon was about 2 bars. The bathroom/showers were handy and clean, and the laundry room, though small, was adequate and clean. The park had maintenance people running around constantly, so the place was in good shape. One neighbor came in and backed on to a water pipe, creating a nice, high fountain. The maintenance people had it fixed within 30 minutes, and we never lost our water pressure. Very competent crew! We were quite happy with everything about this RV park and can highly recommend it! We would definitely stay here again. - RobtL
Jun 2017 - $47.00
These sites are right along the beautiful beach area, just go over a small berm and you are on the sand. There are a mix of back in & pull through sites, all which seem to be fairly roomy. The sites have grass/dirt & you can put mats down. Picnic tables & fire rings are on each site. Negative: not enough machines for laundry & dog area should be fenced as you have to go between 2 camp sites to get there. Pros: There is a "crab shack" on site which is open Thursday thru Sundays, really good fish & chips & convenient, otherwise you have to drive to get to any restaurants, etc. This place fills up, make reservations way in advance, seemed like the nicest place around with full services. Wifi & cable worked fine. Very nice management & very dog friendly including the beach. - loves to camp w/dogs
Apr 2017 - $34.00
This campground was fantastic. It is steps from a very long and excellent beach. If you walk toward the harbor, about a mile, you can see the lighthouse. It is not a public lighthouse but it is a great view. If you walk at low tide you can go around a little bend and there is a private little beach with tide pools and a small cave. The staff were BEYOND friendly and so nice. You even get a little bag with chocolate chip cookies when you check in. They also have safari tents that we peeked in and were so cute. They have little cottages to rent also. If you are a tent camper you have sites directly on the beach. We could not physically see the ocean from the full hook up site but seriously steps from the beach. Map wise, don't get confused as the address is in Coos Bay but you are actually in Charleston. Approx two miles from the campground are three state/federal parks that are also beautiful. - lovemydogsmom