23 RV Parks near Bandon, Oregon
May 2018 - $36.00
Stayed for a week, as we did back in February of 2014 - Although park is on HW 101 it is quiet. Sites have a concrete pad and picnic table - our pull through site was long enough that I could park the car on either end Extremely nice office staff - they even call when packages are delivered - Laundry room was immaculate - Cable worked great We did not use the rest rooms or showers - rr2254545
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 - $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
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
Jul 2018 - $30.00
This is a large, lovely state park with good access to the beach and the town of Bandon. There are 3 camping loops, which are all rv sites and some with yurts. This is the first park we've seen where you can tent in any site and with zero limitations (i.e. number of tents, in conjunction with rv, etc.). There are 175 sites (2 of which are camp host sites), all of which are back ins with water/electric and about half are FHU. Site pads and interior roads are asphalt. The loops are narrow one-way streets which can be tight to navigate if you are in a big rig. We stayed in C loop, site 36, which was a spacious water/electric site, but very difficult to back into. Trees are at the front of most of the sites making backing in a challenge. The majority of sites have a front to back slope (ours did), so you may need leveling blocks. All vehicles must be parked on your site pad, which is strictly enforced. This is a dog friendly park with no restrictions on the number or breed of dogs allowed at each site (they really need to enforce their own rule about dogs being on a leash). Each loop has its own set of showers and bathrooms (which are separated) and consisted of 4 showers and 4 toilets per gender and were cleaned daily. Utilities worked well and Verizon signal was good. Zero OTA channels. Park rangers drove through regularly and staff cleaned sites quickly after campers left. Dump station easy to get in/out of. Trash and recycling located at dump station, so a bit of a walk to get there. We would return but choose a different site. Look at the campground map before booking as the site angles vary and can be tricky. - RVIN 24-7
Jun 2018 - $31.00
Oregon State Parks (that offer camping) often have nice RV facilities. This trip was planed close to departure time, and we had limited selection of spaces... our Class B RV is only 22 feet long, so that let us find a "short" space that had gone unreserved (during the week prior to the July 4 holiday). The park facilities were in good condition and well cared for. The restrooms and showers had been updated (Loop B) within the past 3 or 4 years. A new trail to the beach had been added since our last visit -- but it requires a fairly long walk though a lot of soft sand. The site itself was slightly challenging for our 22 ft Class B (Sprinter Van) to back in as it was on an inside corner and actually aligned opposite the direction of the one-way access road. Most of the sites have adequate privacy, but the rear of site B24 (around the corner) was directly visible from the rear of our RV. (Perhaps a tree died?) Noise and smoke from that site was a minor inconvenience (and is not typical of most sites in this park). The campground is a significant distance from the ocean, so you won't hear crashing surf during the night. Bullards Beach SP is one of our favorites and we've stayed here several times. "Standard" sites are W&E only at $29 per night, "Full Hookup" (W&E+sewer) are $31 per night. Our last minute reservation for a busy summer week gave us little choice. - Pete_by_the_river
Jun 2018 - $0.00
This could be a state park in anywhere in the US. Although the beach is beautiful and the hike to the beach quite nice, when I'm on the coast I like to feel like I'm on the coast. Reserved a week but only stayed one night because of the lack of the coastal experience and too wooded for a satellite signal. I would like to give a big shout out to the folks in the office - they were more then understanding and a refund was no problem. - Gomoho
Jun 2018 - $16.00
We just completed 2 months here and had a great experience. As has been stated earlier, this is a small (20 sites) gravel/grass park with some long pull throughs. The owners are great and stay on top of things. Power is good and wifi is good. They also provide cable TV via a box you'll need to hook up (not difficult) Verizon reception was also good. It's just a couple miles South of Bandon. You're about a mile from the nearest state beach access. Understand, if you're looking for all the upper end bells and whistles (pool, spa, etc), this isn't it. But if you're looking for a comfortable, well run and reasonably priced base of operations, this is for you. - pkh
Jan 2018 - $36.00
Owners are great, very friendly, very helpful. Would definitely stay there again. Dogs are welcome on leash. - Jacki Smith
Sep 2017 - $38.00
Relaxed quiet park. Efficient utilities, clean and controlled grounds, great washrooms and free shower with tons of hot water. Strong, fast WiFi and friendly, helpful owners who live onsite. Pull through for small or large rigs. Safe, well lit at night and close to town. Community room with TV and laundry. - RobC
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Very well maintained with excellent bathroom and shower facilities. I didn't remember seeing there wasn't sewer hook up which disappointed me but it wasn't a problem at all. The restrooms look new and are as clean as we've seen anywhere. The great WiFi made up for no cable, we were able to stream anything we wanted too. All the sites were well kept including full timers which isn't always the case. You're less than a mile from the highway but don't hear it at all even though at night we could hear the ocean breakers more than 2 miles distant. Recommend for anyone who wants peace and quiet along with cleanliness. Oh, don't let me forget the staff is wonderful also. - L and M
Sep 2017 - $27.00
It all depends on what you're looking for. If you're looking for sites with a view of the lovely Coquille River like the ones portrayed on the campgrounds website, you're going to be sadly disappointed. The campground is very loosely organized. Sites are all back in when with just a little bit of effort they could be angled to provide much nicer views of the adjacent farmlands and marshes. The place is really mainly popular with fisherman. Some of the sites are long term occupied and are somewhat disheveled and unkempt. No dump station or sewer hook ups is a bit of an inconvenience but can be managed. Overall if you can snag one of the full hook up sites across the highway at a nearby park you might be happier. - Desertdogs
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
Jun 2018 - $31.00
Actually we were not able to stay here. We had reservations for 4 nights but were unable to get into our site. Would have fit OK but the road was very narrow with trees right up to the pavement and the site showed angled on the map was at a right angle to the road with trash cans protected by concrete posts right opposite the site. I tried, but no way, first time in 15 years that I could not get into a site! Granted we have a 37' fifth wheel with a Heavy Duty Truck but that is usually not an issue. - Dennis M
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Not as nice as other Oregon State Parks we've been in, but ok. Water/electric sites. Was able to get satellite coverage. No phone or internet. You can't see the ocean/bay from the campground. There is a tunnel to walk under the highway to the beach, but it was muddy when we were there. Easy to get into the sites. Had to T-bone the truck. Probably main issue we had was they had a sign saying they were having problems with theft. We probably wouldn't stay here again due to the theft issues and no phone/internet coverage. - jacknpeg
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Nice park in a small canyon that stays pretty cool. There is often morning fog. There is no cell service here but it is available a short drive away. Lots of scenic views and sites in the area. Good crabbing at Charleston. Unfortunately because of wildfires in Oregon, the state park instituted a policy banning campfires in all of Oregon. Although we understand the concern, the state park Director should have made allowances for some of the coastal state parks. With the fog and light rain/mist one couldn't have started a wildfire with gasoline! Park rangers patrol almost constantly. Safe and clean park. - LarrynMary
Jun 2018 - $24.00
A very good value but there are a few negatives. 1. The main loop driveway isn't very wide and the parking pads are poorly angled so it is difficult to back into your site without leaving the pavement. 2. The sites are actually quite close together with no privacy. Luckily it wasn't busy so there was always at least one empty site on either side of us. 3. Only about 20 of the sites are deep enough for a average sized 5th wheel and tow vehicle. On the positive side, the location is wonderful and it was very quiet during our mid-week stay. Every camper except ourselves were there for kite boarding / wind surfing. There is a school for those purposes immediately adjacent. We enjoyed watching them skimming back and forth across the lake. Many sites offer a view of Floras Lake and the ocean. Both are easy hikes from the campground. The water and electric were both good, but the dump station has an awkwardly angled drain. I'm sure we will stay here again in the future. - RickB
Jun 2018 - $24.00
This is a really nice little laid-back park. It is on a bluff overlooking Floras Lake. The sites are nicely spaced. Most of the RV sites are in a ring surrounding a big open lawn. The sites are mostly open and unshaded and have water and electric. There are other non-hookup sites as well as tent sites. The utilities worked well, and the wi-fi actually works, and works fairly well! Almost unheard of in RV parks in our experience. The restrooms are older but clean and there are showers however they were under repair waiting for the installation of a new water heater and unusable when we were there so can't comment. There is also a dump station, drinking water fill station, and a small laundry room with two washers and two dryers. They worked well and were reasonably priced although the washers are on the small side. My only complaint is that the only table in the room is covered in books, magazines, and a box of dvd's and was filthy so no place to fold laundry except for the tops of the machines. The dvd lending box was nice though and we borrowed several movies during our stay. There is also a comfy lounge chair in the laundry room. First time I've seen that! And several folding chairs as well as a cell/laptop charging station. Very windy when we were there which is apparently the case most of the time as the lake is well known for wind surfing. There is also a one mile trail to the beach from the day use area. For $24 for W & E in a nice quiet clean place with a lovely view, it's a steal. I wouldn't hesitate to come back. - Pdxjoanne
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