20 Parks near Bandon, Oregon
Jun 2016 - $32.00
We needed a place to stay one night and many of the other parks were booked solid in the busy season. Based on other reviews this place sounded acceptable and we found it so. As with many small parks it appears that many folks are living here full time however we did not get the impression that it is in any way rundown. All the sites were neatly maintained. The utilities were very easy to access and our site was spacious yet spartan. No unnecessary frills. Someone had complained about the lack of cable TV but we were offered a list of channels which we did not use. The WiFi worked perfectly. - housecar
Mar 2016 - $22.00
We drove to another RV park on Beach Loop Road and the navigator said keep on driving, it just wasn't inviting looking. We continued on to Beach Loop RV Village where the navigator saw the grounds and said "we are staying a week". The park is very well maintained, circled on most sides with evergreen trees, and a cranberry farm on one side. The sites are spacious with nice grass areas between them.
They escorted us to a pull-thru site and provided information about the park and the local area. Our site had 50 amp, water and sewer. The water pressure is about 30 psi. The free wi-fi is good with good speed.
Things must have improved since the older, lower ratings. The park is well laid out, clean and inviting. We paid the weekly rate of $150, very good price for the park and amenities. - Navy RV Traveler
Jul 2015 - $21.00
New owners in 2012 have been spending money to improve the facilities. The rec room and clubhouse are freshly painted and carpeted. The equipment and furniture all look to be new. The laundry has 3 washers & dryers that look fairly recent, $1 per load each. The grounds are well manicured and clean. The appearance of the park is very nice. 35 spaces now but they are adding 30 more. The park is very quiet and away from highway 101 noise. There are a small number of long term sites that are clean and neat. - Windshift
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Full hookups in Loops A & B are spacious and well laid out. Most provide privacy due to trees & shrubbery. Loop C sites, while spacious, have less greens for privacy, and less choice of sun and shade. Most sites seem level. A negative is only two places to dispose of waste and recycling. Hence sites furthest from the main camp road require a bit of walking carrying same. - adley s
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Oregon does a great job with their State Parks! No WIFI or Cable TV, but who cares! Nice site in the B loop with screening from neighbors, but not their noise. It is a family friendly campground so there are kids on bikes and skate boards and lots of dogs. Very quiet at night and off the highway so no road noise. Hookups worked great; programs were being held at the amphitheater, and close to the Coquille River Lighthouse / beaches. Be careful in reserving just the right spot; angle of the driveway, and narrow 1-way roads . . . can be tougher to maneuver larger rigs, and there were some big ones in there! - subaru
Jul 2016 - $30.00
The park, including the drive in from Hwy 101, is very attractive. Well back from Hwy 101, no noise.
Our site was partially shaded, good screening on one side, partial on the other. Decent spacing at our site, closer at some others. The "C" Loop in particular has a very crowded feeling, with high density of equipment on the sites and no shrubbery between the sites resulting in zero privacy. Summer is the season for lots of activity and noise, so not the place for peace and quiet. As with the other state parks, many young children on bikes and wheeled vehicles riding without concern about the possibility of cars on the street. Don't know how we didn't see any accidents.
Site across from us had 5 vehicles, many parked entirely on the grass, which supposedly was off-limits ("all vehicles must be on pavement"): 2 cars, boat on trailer, pickup, truck camper. Many sites had at least 3 vehicles, extra tents etc. No effort was made to enforce this. The density of equipment on most of the sites makes it less attractive when in the campsite area. Garbage and recycling was in two locations serving the entire park, so it can be a good walk to them, depending on where you are.
We were in FHU "B loop", and many sites are used by tent campers. A series of tent campers were in the FHU site next to us the time we were here. They were large groups and spread out over the whole site, including the border next to us, and rather noisy (who wants to spend much time in a small tent). Big dogs across the street left tied outside all day, barking loudly. Come in, park, tie the dogs out to bark and leave for the day seems to be ok.
Utilities worked well, good Verizon data and fair AT&T phone and data. Could be a very nice park, but you got the feeling things were packed in tightly as you went down the roads.
Disappointing given previous reviews, will not return. - SW Rick
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Great little park. No activities so maybe not good for families but it was exactly what we wanted. Very nice staff. Easy access with big rig. Good place to walk dogs. Wifi and cable worked great. Convenient to town and area state parks. Site was gravel and level. Tip to those with 5th wheels or travel trailers....you need to park at the rear of your camper so pull up far enough to leave parking space. Would definitely stay again. - all4pets
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Nice and friendly people in the office. Grass and weeds are brown,as was all the campgrounds on Oregon on this trip. Level pull through some concrete, ours were gravel. Mostly very long term campers. - snrstang
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We were pleasantly surprised with this nice place. Very friendly people and spacious sites. Yes there are several long term people but they were in a different area. 4th of July BBQ was great. Met lots of fun people. Great food. Will return. - smithandmoseley
Aug 2016 - $27.00
This park is a parking lot on 101. It's very neat, the management is nice and the town of Bandon was well worth visiting. Some sites are so close together you will not be able to open your awning. The biggest draw is that they give a 25% discount for Good Sam. - RVerMJ
Nov 2015 - $28.00
This is a small RV Park located right on 101 in Bandon, with a number of permanent rigs. The sites are close to each other. We were planning to stay one night but the manager did since a great job of telling us about the area we stayed another day. Cable is good, newer power pedestals have been installed with 50 amps, but Wi-Fi was weak. Would stay here again, just because the manager is so helpful. - Traveler II
Sep 2015 - $32.00
The manager was very nice and friendly. Knows the area well and will highlight any activities going on in the area. It's little walk to town, depending on your physical ability. The sites are very close together. We couldn't put our awning out and feared our TV or general conversation would be heard by our neighbors. - ckharvey
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Very pleasant park. Small but very neat and clean. Outstanding WI-FI!!! The owner was very nice and helpful on local information. Sites were very large. AT&T cell service was perfect. - pismo
Jul 2016 - $28.00
this small park 3 miles south of Bandon is a delight!! It is a friendly place, and you feel right at home, even with the long-term rigs and people. You are just a couple miles from the beach waysides and access to the gorgeous Pacific Ocean coast in this part of Oregon. The small coastal community of Bandon has everything you could for a coastal adventure from sightseeing to beaches to great food to boat trips to even world-class golf at Bandon Dunes. If you are looking for a convenient and relaxing place to stay with good space for your RV...this is the one to choose when you stay in Bandon. - btsweetbaby
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The current owners have owned the park for a year. They were very friendly and helpful - we needed to adjust our TV for the park's cable and they both came to the unit to solve our problem. The place is quiet, the neighboring campers friendly, the mostly pull-through sites level and not crowded together, and the community room well maintained and stocked with a large exchange library. We would be happy to return. - adley s
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
Jun 2016 - $26.00
Nice quiet location. Park was completely full and still had good electric. Absolutely no cell coverage. Bathrooms and showers are older but kept clean. All sites are back-in, no pull throughs. Most sites are perpendicular to camp road instead of angled thus longer rigs could have problems. Nice hedging between sites provides great privacy. Small creek runs through park thus a bit buggy (mosquitos) if winds are calm. Sunset Bay across the road was a bit littered and not that impressive to us. Overall, a notch below other Oregon State Parks we have visited. If you have never been here, it is worthwhile to come. Glad we came but next time we travel the Oregon coast we will probably stay somewhere else. - TravelinTail
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Enjoyed having full hookups in a state Park setting. Hosts are very present and helpful. Loved how the park has used shrubs and trees to create quite a bit of privacy at each site! - ktboz
Nov 2015 - $29.00
Paved roads and sites. We were in A loop at site 32. The site was fine once we got in. If there had been anyone in any of the sites across from us we'd still be there or never gotten in. There are some sites that a big rig will fit in but choose carefully. They are long enough but it took us 5 cuts to get in and out of our site and I usually nail tight sites in one try. They only had 30 amp service and I thought it was ok and checked out ok at the the pedestal but my computer kept acting up and cutting out. There was no cell service or wifi available from Verizion. The showers were old but clean and had good pressure and lots of hot water. Note on the cost it included a $8 reservation fee. Those were the issues but the park is a great location and if you happen to catch a storm there with big waves it's amazing. - pumper9x9
Oct 2015 - $22.00
This is a great county park a few miles out of Langlois. RV sites are paved and have 50 amp electricity, water, picnic tables and fire rings. All of these sites are in the center of the loop. There are tent sites on the outer edge of the loop with nice flat areas for pitching a tent. The park has a dump station which is free to campers. The campground is on a lake, but the ocean is not far. You can see the ocean and hear the surf pounding on the shore from the campground. We would definitely stay here again. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Its all about location and this park is right on Bastendorf Beach. Park of a small chain of RV parks across the country. (We've stayed at one of their Moab locations). Paved main roads then gravel approach and grass/gravel spacious sites. Some, like ours, had plenty of room to park your toad and even set up a tent if needed.
Be prepared for serious moisture as the coastal mist rolls in almost every evening making everything appear as if there was a downpour overnight. The heat of the day takes the wetness away quickly. No issues with power or water; they have a community dump on the way out (as most beachfront parks do, if at all) which we did not use. Ice, refreshments (including local wine), ice cream and just a few basics available in their store.
The more remote tent sites seemed to be a gathering place for dog walkers who didn't care to pick up after themselves; told the proprietors and they reacted quickly. Will definitely stay here again due to the beach access. - pyrthkr
Aug 2016 - $50.00
We have traveled to this park for many years. It has been updated and sites re-mapped a bit. The office has been remodeled and a small "food truck" offering a few seafood combinations. The hookups also have been improved and cable TV is now available. The ocean beach is still spectacular.
Then why the low reviews? The sites are still dirt and sand and also a bit closer since the updates. You can't predict OR Coast weather and fog is normal. Once the fog rolls in, the park is a muddy mess. You can't cook outside as everything is dripping wet. If you have pets they will need a bath after every outing. And...the price is now much higher. For those that don't mind the tight quarters and muddy mess, this park still offers close proximity to the ocean beach and the seaport charm of Charleston. For us, we will opt for somewhere less dirty with more predictable weather. - Alpenlite35RK
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This is a near perfect park. Immediate access to the beach with large sites. The only downside would be only two machines for laundry for the entire park. The park was very quiet at night and close to town. - full timers from Michigan
Aug 2005 - $16.00
Very nice, spotless, teeny tiny park on the harbor in Charleston-by-the-sea, which is more or less a suburb of Coos Bay. This is a very small park - only 10 sites, sites are small and close together but the park is immaculate with nice landscaping. The owner/managers were some of the friendliest people that we met on this trip. The sites are paved and very level. Lots of shops and restaurants within walking distance. No crappy, rusty looking full time set up's here! There were a couple of fairly large 5th wheel units here, but I don't think that a big Class A would fit. - julievojo