63 Parks near Barview, Oregon
We did however find 63 campgrounds within 50 miles of Barview. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Barview in the left hand column.
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This park was a pleasant surprise. We had a last minute reservation change at another park, and the front office was very kind in accommodating us for 5 days.
We had a very large, level back in site, that we could park our truck next to the fifth wheel, and still had plenty of room.
Seems to be mostly fishermen at this park, so it was very quiet at night.
The fish/ crab cleaning station is flat out amazing. Pots to cook crabs, hot water, cold water, sinks and cutting boards were all in great condition. The fish cleaning station is scrubbed spotless every night.
Usually I never use showers at parks, but due to the seafood smell from my crabbing and clamming, I tried them out. I was very happy with the cleanliness of the showers and bathroom.
Laundry is also very inexpensive here. I think it was $1.50 for a wash, and $1.00 for an hour of drying time.
This is the perfect park for anyone with no children, who wants to fish, crab or clam. It is close to restaurants and a lot of touristy sightseeing and beaches.
On a side note.. If fishy smell bothers you, might be a good idea to find another park.
We will definitely stay here again. - Mr&MrsFulltimers
Jul 2013 - $35.00
The park is nice and well maintained but is essentially a parking lot. There is a cannery close by and it is pretty smelly. The staffer was courteous and professional. The town of Charleston is pretty run down. We stayed one night here and moved to get closer to the beach. - jaydubsvw
Nov 2012 - $26.00
While this is the type of park we describe as "a parking lot with hookups", the location, huge sites, price, and friendly staff make it one that we look forward to visiting when we want comfort and convenience in the Coos Bay area. The pull-through sites in the center of the park have room for any size RV, a tow/towed vehicle, and a large boat. The other sites are larger than typical RV park sites. It is easy to navigate the park with a big rig, and the 50 amp power doesn't suffer a voltage sag under even heavy loads. The laundry is quite small, but the machines work well. Over the summer, there was a rash of thefts in the park (mostly bicycles and fishing equipment), so they have install combination padlocks on the pedestrian entrances to the park. That's something of a nuisance for walking the dog, especially since they have changed the signs in the park from "Pick up after your dog" to "No dogs on the grass" since the last time we were there. - Denali
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
Sep 2015 - $24.00
This is a well kept county park on the beach near Charleston. Unfortunately, you can't really see the ocean from any of the sites, but it is visible if you walk down to the day use area. Sites here are on the short side and are very narrow. In some cases, it would be hard to put out your slides if you had them on both sides of your unit. On the other hand, the plant growth between sites does give you some privacy. All sites have a fire ring and a picnic table. This is a reservations only park, but if you come in looking for a site, you can reserve one on the spot if there is one available. Either the park ranger or the resident caretaker can help you with that. There are also 3 hosts in the park. They are good about giving advice and answering questions. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2014 - $31.00
Beautiful county park with water and electric, (dump station on site). Dog friendly beach access is just a short two block drive or walk. Lots of shade from large trees and each site is surrounded by foliage which give some privacy. Don't miss going into the fishing town of Charleston for fresh and fresh canned seafood. - yvspeck
Aug 2013 - $24.00
This is a country operated park. It has lots of camping, both RV and tent. It is generally pretty quiet unless the foghorns become active. We never saw a host or employee, so I cannot comment on the staffing. The bathrooms and showers are a disgrace. The showers haven't been maintained or cleaned in a very long time. The baths are slightly better, although the pressure from so many campers is great and the cleanliness is spotty. I understand the baths in the group sites are better, but they are far from most of the campers. - cactuslady
Jun 2014 - $60.00
This was a nice park. The rate seemed a little high at first. When I checked around the surrounding area, it then seemed quite reasonable. The staff were nice and helpful. Coos Bay is a beautiful little Town, and we enjoyed every minute of our unfortunate short trip here. The great thing about this Park is the Hot Tub. Something to say about snuggling up after a nice trip to the hot tub when it is gently sprinkling outdoors. The smell of the Earth greats you as you step outside. Would recommend and will return again. - Sookie
Jul 2013 - $30.00
This is a first class RV Park. A few permanent locals, many long termers, and some park models populate this well maintained park. The individual bath rooms are great, just like home, if not better. Good cable and good Wi-Fi. Everything here was great and I loved it. A little off the 101 but everything is close by. Very nice area. - Chalet 22
May 2013 - $35.00
Helpful manager, well kept and tidy park. All sites are paved and level. Hedges separate many of the sites. Very tight access, only two pull-through sites and this park is not very big-rig friendly. - Ray Waugh
Sep 2015 - $37.00
The staff was friendly and helpful. Thursday thru I think Sunday (better check) there is a small, clean and welcome sight, fast food grill stand. there is a dog friendly beach as this is a ocean front park. We will return. - MW91301
Sep 2015 - $35.00
We asked to be sited near the restrooms for convenience; but that meant we had a LOONG walk to the beachfront....LOL! It's a pretty beach; but folks with ambulatory difficulties might not be able to hike over the dunes in the soft sand to get to it? Other than the trek to the beach, everything else was simply a nice RV park. - Deb344
May 2015 - $41.00
Oceanfront RV park. Some cabins available. All utilities worked fine. Verizon strong. Great dog beach, hear the surf. Sites have fire ring and table. Sunset Bay Golf Course about 1 1/2 miles. Office staff very friendly and we will return. - silverado
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 - $28.00
I wanted to add my review because of the discrepancy of sizes of the sites. It's true that all the sites here are not suitable for big rigs but we're in a 40 footer and d6 and some others were fine for us. Having said that we skirted the bushes that lined the D loop to get to our site . It is pretty tight to navigate . We were a walk-in and I had a back up down the street if this didn't work out. As it turned out we were very happy! I'm pretty sure this is what we paid. - lakelady
Oct 2015 - $31.00
One of our favorite Oregon state parks. Perfectly situated just across the street from the beach at Sunset Bay. Our full hookup site was spacious and all of the utilities worked well. The park roads are wide and level making it easy to walk the dogs around the park. Park staff and campground host are very helpful and know the surrounding area well. Host drives through the campground in the evening selling firewood. - RognBon
Feb 2013 - $30.00
Park is generally clean and well maintained. However, it is difficult to get help from office because of lack of consistent open office hours. Many times there was a sign posted in office door that said "Working in Park". Front showers were clean but curtains were slimy and stunk of mold. we stayed in the park for a few months and upon leaving in the middle of the month we were told we could not get a refund. However, the park management re-rented our spot the minute we left. which we discovered by returning a few days later when we chose to stay longer. assumption the spot was still ours due to the fact we were paid for the entire month. When we discovered someone in it, we were treated very rudely and told that because our rig was gone they assumed we had left. Owners do not live on site or even in the same town. Office worker seems nice but not very helpful in problem solving. it has been 90 days and we have never recieved our deposit back from the park even after several phone calls asking about it. I will never stay in this park again. - kittycat109
Sep 2012 - $35.00
This is a nice laid out park. The sites are level and all on blacktop. As most RV parks the Wi-Fi does not work most times. There is some space between campers for a picnic table, but they are on loose gravel. My Verizon air card worked really well, internet was no problem. The rest rooms and showers were nice and clean but dated. Seems a little high for this place, but its one of the better ones in this area. - possumtrotky
Sep 2012 - $35.00
Nice camp ground. Many full timers but all very neat. Well cared for grounds. Camp sites a little close to each other but nicely laid out and plenty of room for a 40 ft coach and dedicated spot for a tow car to park. Concrete parking, asphalt drives, rock patio areas with table. Nice pet area. Spent two days in town and this was the nicest park we saw. Would stay here again. - navyflir
Aug 2015 - $27.00
So, this park is definitely different. First the good....The front office girl, Manjana was very sweet and helpful. The park had a decent weekly rate, especially for Summer in Oregon, and the sites were quite roomy. They provided picnic tables, and their wi-fi worked ok, some of the time. We backed up to the fence overlooking the Bay, and had a nice grassy area behind us.
Now the not so good. We backed up to the Bay, and there are train tracks behind the park fence. Starting at 6:00 am, every weekday morning we were there, the clashing and screeching of the trains woke us up. It was kind of neat watching it for the first couple hours or so, but it got to be a little deafening after that.
There are a lot of long term residents there, whose sites are pretty messy, with a bunch of toys and junk scattered around.
This park would be ok for a overnight stay, but longer than that, we would find some place else. - Mr&MrsFulltimers
Aug 2014 - $36.00
The campground is OK, I would normally recommend it. However, it is advertised as having cable TV and it did not provide it, and the response was ho-hum, our provider is switching from analog to digital, so tough! The bathrooms are nice. There are rails adjoining the property and they were operating early in the morning through the day through switch gears. Our dog was severely wounded in unfortunate encounter with another dog and we left a day early. Although they advertise no refunds I would think there would be consideration for extreme circumstances. - User3661
Aug 2013 - $38.00
Right in Coos Bay on a canal of the bay, the owner was very obliging, parking us in a prime spot with our front windshield looking out over the water. In spite of being in a busy area of Coos Bay, our spot was very quiet. There is a major train track right outside the gates of the RV, but it is seldom used--in the four days we were there a set of train cars was moved once. Out the back gate of the RV park is a paved walking path which leads to downtown Coos Bay, the marina, plus great fish and chips. The owner was nice enough to let me keep a key to the gate for the entire time we stayed. The only "con" for this park--the lack of anywhere to walk the dog. The entire city of Coos Bay must be having issues with the Water Department--there is very little green grass anywhere, even the nicer homes have let their lawns go brown. There was one very small patch of brown grass with a sign, "Dog Walk Area." The rest of the larger brown areas of grass in the RV park had signs which read, "NO DOGS in this area." - mjclark
Jan 2016 - $45.00
This used to be a really great deal because it was about half the price. It's still a good RV park -- relatively new facilities, good laundromat, restrooms and showers, shuttle to the casino for restaurants, the pool, and if you're into gambling, the casino. The staff are really accommodating and go out of their way -- you can even get the shuttle to take you off-site. The restaurants have good deals, but we were disappointed by the food. (We were there for a $7.99 buffet that really wasn't worth it. And the $4.99 breakfast deal wasn't all that good either.) If you're not into gambling and are there for other reasons (beaches, birding, history) this may not be the best place. I give it a high rating because it's reliably clean, friendly, and has good amenities, but we will probably try some place else next time. - mlbw
Dec 2015 - $20.00
If you are traveling up the Oregon Coast along Hwy 101 and you find yourself at a stopping point in Coos Bay, this is the place to stay. Easy in and out of the park, located along the bay, and easy walking distance into the casino. The front desk people were very helpful and explained all the features of the park and the local town. Very clean restrooms and showers inside the main building. A small area for trinkets and drinks/snacks. Very quiet, could hardly hear the traffic on HWY 101. - Tony and Jen
Nov 2015 - $45.00
Reservation and reception was easy and pleasant. Asphalt paved roads and sites. The sites are wide allowing room for patio, picnic table, and parking. Our site was level side to side. Slope at front of site corrected with landing gear. Plenty of space for awning and slides. Park is built to maneuver big rig. The park is landscaped with grass, ground cover and small shrubs. It has a spacious dog run. The Mill is next to the bay where ocean ships can pass by the park. Bathroom and laundry are tiled, clean and modern. Pool and spa at the hotel were closed for maintenance. Wifi was good. We used it after 10pm. Cable had good selection of cable and local stations; plus Comcast Sports Network Bay Area. We will be back. - feral cat
Jul 2013 - $45.00
Stayed here one night as we were tired, but unless you are an ATV person this is not the park for you. Just a big dirt parking lot and lots of dust and very noisy. The staff did, however, tell us this so as an overnight it worked. - EJK
Aug 2011 - $41.00
Pretty much a standard KOA. Dirt and gravel roads and sites. Caters to the ATV crowd. Utilities worked well. It tends to get dusty with a lot of vehicle traffic. If your not into ATV'ing then you probably wouldn't like this park. - yachtjockey
Jul 2010 - $32.00
Maybe we were lucky, but this park worked well for us. We do not have an ATV, but the ATV'rs were not obnoxious at all--They did cause some noise and dust during the daytime. They honored quiet time from 10PM to 8AM. The park is very dusty, and rather than gravel roads, the roads AND the RV sites themselves, were spread with rather large rocks (very rough gravel, to say the least!) It was interesting to see all the different kinds of ATVs as we knew nothing about them. Showers were very clean and available early, as it seems the ATV folks shower after a long day on the dunes--that is when we saw the lines! We would be willing to stay here again, but saw another park during our day excursions that we would prefer! If you don't want dust and some engine noise, choose another park! This park caters to ATVrs! If you travel almost to Florence, there is a great park where we spent 2 lovely days in the dunes--Woahink Lake RV Resort, for about the same price. Check it out!! - Barnycat
Jan 2010 - $25.00
This park is very run down and needs some major maintenance. There are many permanent residents in very run down, ill-maintained rigs. A lot of the sites had trash and junk stored all around them. Our electrical and water hook-ups were old and questionable. On the plus side it was quiet, the lady in the office was nice and we had a Wi-Fi signal (although it was a very slow connection). We would probably not stay here again unless the management made significant improvements. - BruceandKathyWA
Oct 2007 - $35.00
Bad: All the sites are mud and sand. The bathrooms are run down. The washers and dryers are old and always breaking down. It's a battle to do laundry. It's almost always full. The WiFi hardly ever worked. Even management admitted that it didn't work right but there was nothing they could do about it. Some of the children living there were very mean to the younger children and liked to beat them up. Management was also aware of this, but did nothing. There are a lot of permanent residents there with run down trailers. Good: The sites have fire pits. There is free firewood available for the fire pits. Park is fairly quiet. They are adding more sites to the park. - ajharkins
Jul 2005 - $25.00
The campground used to be The Firs RV Park, it is under new ownership. Many permanent run down TT and MH, junk all around, the WiFi did not work well. The laundry room was dirty and half of the machines were not working, beyond repair, the washrooms were dirty, we used our bathroom in the TT. We will never return to this park - User5
Sep 2015 - $26.00
Nice campground. About 2 miles from actual beach, but there is a good road and a trail from the campground to the beach. We arrived during weekday and not too full. Would not arrive without reservations on a weekend. - mroswell
Sep 2015 - $27.00
All state park campgrounds should be as good as this! - Bruce Wray
Sep 2015 - $27.00
This was our first stay at an Oregon State Park and what everyone says is true. I wish parks in other states had campgrounds like this! Nice and clean. Asphalt roads, paths and level sites. We have a 38' class A and it was no problem at all here. No wifi but Verizon hot spot was strong. No cable but our rooftop satellite worked fine. Sites are spacious and wooded. Bike/walking path to the beach and another one to town. Lots of mosquitos at the lighthouse when we went to watch the sunset so take your bug spray. Loved it here and would return. - thekites
Jun 2010 - $20.00
Located on Tenmile Lake at South end of 11th St. and Park Ave. in Lakeside. Very large sites; beautiful lake. Dump station, restrooms, showers. Fishing, water sports, beach area, 4 boat ramps. - lindalu
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
Sep 2015 - $28.00
In addition to our site fee we paid $8 for on-line reservation service. This was the 4th OR SP we stayed in on our trip and can't say enough good things about OR and their eagerness to have people visit their state. The park was clean; site was spacious, paved, and level. Picnic table and fire ring at each site. Would definitely stay here again. - Kittygramma
Aug 2015 - $37.00
Most of the reviewers have said it all. We came in August and were headed to the coast without reservations. After a couple attempts, we finally arrived at Osprey Point Resort, which looked good from the Lakeside. However, we got a spot on the junkyard side. I don't have a problem with old rigs, but the area surrounding them and the area behind them had old tractors, sheds and garbage. Even a garbage truck is where you dump, which stinks and not so far from the backside of park. We barely fit into our site without toad and had to back up to dump. We stayed the first three nights at full rate before we realized they supported Passport America discounts so we stayed another three days. The upside was Taco Tuesday and the bar and grill and a decent pizza on another night. It was pretty quiet in the depressed economic section of the park and the neighbors were very nice. Perhaps if they charged less on the backside of the park instead of $37, I wouldn't be writing this. But not a great experience. - ErinF
Jul 2015 - $25.00
Stayed 3 nights at Passport America rate and 1 night at full rate. Sites are not big rig friendly (too short for tow vehicle), but big rigs can get in and out easily. Boat rental prices were very good. Quiet park, but not what I'd call a "resort". Lots of permanent residents and plenty of older RVs. Some preventive maintenance is needed on the pedestals. Folks were friendly. No fenced dog run. Would repeat if in the area. - TH travelers
Oct 2014 - $16.00
Passport America rate. Park kind of grew on us. At first we thought "not much" but as we sat and enjoyed the view, we decided it was pretty good. Wi-Fi spotty, we used Verizon. Lively pub/pizza parlor. We launched our PortaBote. View from the water was great. Check-in was slow. Would definitely stay again. - User3119
Aug 2014 - $26.00
Very nice state campground. Our spot was very long and spacious. Just east enough to have a little sunshine, instead of fog. We did have some road noise from 101 but we were closest to it, also. Nothing major. We walked and biked around the camp which was nice. There was only one dump station and quite a backup when we left. The sites were amongst the trees and we were not able to use the satellite. We would definitely stay here again. - Sally Chew
Jun 2013 - $40.00
Nice busy campground near the Oregon Dunes. There is a big lake at the end of the camping area with big pines right down to the shore. Saw people fishing and boating. There is not really any dune access from the campground (you can get to the dunes, but it’s a hike!). The campground is nicely wooded and nearly every site has some privacy. No Wi-Fi. Lots of mosquitoes in mid-summer! Several camp hosts are there, and they keep the place under control. We rented RVs and had fun riding around the dunes. We would stay here again. Watch out for $8.00 online registration fee, if you need to make a change, it’s another $8.00! - RVBeast
Oct 2012 - $17.00
This is the usual wonderful Oregon state park. This is a campground plus a day use park located right on Eel Lake. Campsites are clean, sandy and roomy. Not very long (big rigs are still OK) but lots of lounge space in each site. Showers are clean and warm, lot's of park hosts to help you out. Hiker/biker camp is cozy and private. Open year round and close to Umpqua Lighthouse. - Hayesworld
Sep 2015 - $37.00
I might have rated Bandon by the Sea RV Park another mark higher, but the original site I reserved was given to another RV, and so I had to take a site squeezed between an old bus-type RV and a very spiffy looking Big Sky 5th wheel. Both gentlemen RV owners were garrulous very thoughtful in offering to make minor adjustments for an less stressful egress. Most sites in this RV park are occupied by full time occupants who do keep their rigs up very well and were quite friendly. Restrooms are adequately spaced and the water pressure situation was very good. My satellite dish was obstructed by trees (nor surprise in Oregon), but the cable tv hookup was very good. Check-in went fairly smoothly, but from the tone and actions of the lady doing the registration, shifting of customer reservations seems like a common occurrence. All things considered, I would return if a site reservation were assured. - Professor Ken
Jul 2015 - $38.00
Little hesitant after reading reviews, but find it quite nice - off the highway enough road noise was minimized particularly in the back section, nice long sites with plenty of room for rig and for truck. A few sites were concrete but most were gravel. Reliable services including 50 amp; very friendly folks; plenty of space to walk our dog. Didn't try the cable since we had our own satellite. While there are some more permanent residents, no worries or concerns, just friendly people. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay with other RV'ers coming and going . . . would definitely stay here again. - subaru
Oct 2014 - $41.00
I am sorry to say that we were very disappointed with park and management. We called for reservation and asked about permanent residences at the park and we told only staff. This is not true, more than half the park is full time there and the sites look like it. I wanted a campground, not a trailer park and there is a big difference in cleanliness and type of clients. We were going to stay 3 nights but left early, wife just not comfortable there. We will not go back. - JeffnAnita
Jul 2015 - $27.00
A small park with easy access to highway 101 and convenient to Bandon. Interior roads and sites are gravel with extra long pull-thrus, grass, fire ring, and picnic table. Very friendly and helpful host checked to see if our stay was comfortable. Fenced and very quiet at night. Verizon cell/4g were strong, and there were no obstructions to rooftop satellite. A convenient, quiet, and reasonably priced stay for an overnight or longer; we'll visit again. - Meanderman
Nov 2012 - $23.00
The winter rate was $22.50 with Good Sam discount. A pleasant, simple park just off US 101. Good 50 amp power. Very long, wide pull-through packed gravel sites, as well as some back-ins. It was very easy to navigate the interior roads with a big rig and toad. The water pressure at our site was low (around 30 PSI). Excellent Verizon voice and 3G data service. This was a good location for exploring the sights from Bandon to Port Orford. - Denali
Jun 2012 - $27.00
This is a very basic park, nothing fancy. Gravel sites, cement bathrooms and showers, and all hooks ups, though the 30 amp service did not work at our site, but the 20 amp sufficed. They only have one washer and dryer, both of which are expensive and the latter not very effective. The highway noise would have been bothersome had it not been for the intense rain all night. - gadabout80
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
Jun 2010 - $27.00
We stayed for 3 months. This park was very well kept and the rest rooms and showers were immaculately clean. The management was very friendly and helpful. The RV spaces were very spacious. The park is far enough from the more traveled roads that it is extremely quiet. It is just a short distance to the beach, which makes for a nice daily walk. I would highly recommend this park . They do have weekly and monthly rates. - User1598
Jun 2007 - $20.00
We made a mistake in booking here. We had wanted Bullards Bar. If you go to Bandon, go there instead, there is no comparison. - NVDesertGirl
Aug 2013 - $22.00
Just did not care for this campground. Camp hosts not all that helpful or friendly and mostly sold wood. Information said site would accommodate a 40 foot motor home but we had to rearrange and move the coach our second day there in order to park car so it would not be on tree roots. Very dense trees coverage so no satellite. Nice hike around the lake and other campers were friendly so our stay was fine. Just probably wouldn't do it again there. Oregon has a lot of nice state parks. We went through a number of campgrounds on day trips from there and would pick another one next time. - rwarner22
Sep 2012 - $28.00
Convenient for exploring the lower Oregon Coast. Lots of trees so no satellite signal and weak Verizon signal. Tight, mostly level site. Clean site. Rate reflects outrageous Reserve America fee which is $8 per reservation. Great tour at the nearby lighthouse. Elk viewing sight east of Winchester Bay had a HUGE number of elk at sundown. - SunStar203
Sep 2009 - $20.00
This is a beautiful State Park, however, it has not been upgraded since it was built. The location is great, so close to the coast and the Umpqua lighthouse, but the facilities are dated. The hosts are friendly and helpful, but we really had problems with the sewer connections and never really got a tight fit even with much trying and host help. Some of the sites are pretty shaded and can be a bit dark especially during the frequent local rains. It is nice to have campfires and we will return again only for a shorter stay. We stayed for 2 weeks and one would have been perfect. - Vicki G
Jun 2013 - $31.00
An atv park with direct dune access. Sites are very tight. We had to back into pull thru as the turn coming in was way too tight for our 30 foot trailer. Everyone was respectful of quiet time hours. Unless you are riding the dunes then I would not stay in this park. This park is very rustic, nothing fancy here. It does serve it's purpose and is very popular, especially on weekends. - sharkbait
Jul 2011 - $30.00
We had trouble even pulling in due to the ATVs everywhere. The people in the site next to ours had taken over our site when we arrived. They moved their things some, but continued overflowing into our site. They came over and looked in at us while we were eating. Then, they asked if we knew it was a biker campground! They have wide sites, but unless you're here with an ATV or dirt bike, go somewhere else! - jbecs
Oct 2010 - $29.00
This is our second time here and it was a great week. This place is one of the best campgrounds we have ever stayed in. The restrooms are very clean, the staff is always here to help, and the views of the river and inlet to the ocean are very scenic. Flat sites, lots of room with grass between sites, 23 miles south of Florence and 22 miles north of Coos Bay. - jhb1945
Aug 2013 - $28.00
We did not stay here. We stopped here twice the first full week of August - once as we traveled south along the coast and once as we headed back north a few days later. Both days we stopped here were weekdays. Both times we were told that both of these county parks' FHU sites were booked for the days we stopped. The sites and facilities looked fine and most empty sites had orange cones in them signifying that they were reserved. This place is very popular with ATVers. So, I would advise anyone wanting to stay at either of these parks during the summer should reserve well ahead of your planned arrival. Reservations on their website must be made 2 weeks prior to your planned stay. - Jerry S
May 2012 - $23.00
This park is located next to Campground "A" but has internet along with cable TV. We chose this park for the location to the harbor and the wi-fi. The view from this small county park is great. It's within miles of the state park and lighthouse. This park is one of several county parks in the area. The host is nice and placed us where we had an awesome view. There is a trail across the road. I think at times this park is full of ATV families but the dunes are not next door - which is great for those of us that are not fans. The county workers keep the park clean and neat. 40 sites have FHUs. Both nice little parks with separate hosts. - westie0506
Oct 2015 - $32.00
Quoted rate was for a waterfront site facing the mouth of the harbor. The site had an asphalt parking pad and asphalt under the picnic table. We drove into the site so we could have the view through the front windows, were able to hook up by running the cables and hoses under the MH. The grass covered sites are wide with a low hedge on the utility side. There is a fire pit with a built-in grill. All utilities worked well; wifi was fast for a RV park, lots of cable tv channels, but a few were snowy. Nice walking path along the water. Definitely would stay here again. - Finally Time
Oct 2015 - $29.00
Very nice, high end (in my opinion) park. We arrived on a Wednesday afternoon and our site was available. Always a good idea to call ahead. We could only get two nights in site #81 then had to move to site #69 with no space after that. Our rate was the "winter" rate - the regular rate was $39.00. We got a free night as well as there was a big football game on Saturday so all guests had a free night stay!
The park is on the bay and/or marina and very scenic and easy to maneuver big rigs. The sites are pretty well spaced with foliage. The laundromat is great although spendy at $2.00 a wash.
I would recommend this park to anyone and I would return. - lindy j
Sep 2015 - $40.00
One of the best on the coast! Only drawback is the sites are a little on the tight side. - Way2nutz
Sep 2014 - $23.00
We would have rated this park higher if there had been cable TV, OTA TV, and more reliable Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi was fast, but we were unable to connect and download e-mail with windows mail. It is still a great deal, because the sites are paved, level, and large. You will not be packed like sardines in a can. Washrooms and showers are older, but well maintained. Not all sites have all services, so check before setting up. For dog lovers, there is an off leash area at Champion Park (look for the sign at the corner of Hwy101 and Hwy38). We would stay here again. - Snoet
Oct 2013 - $23.00
Rate is for a 30 amp full hookup back-in site. Road and sites are asphalt, road is a little tight, most sites angle off the road, a few are perpendicular. Have good cable and are going to be installing Wi-Fi. Sites tend to be short but there is a large separate parking area for vehicles, boats, etc. A high bluff with trees is on the back (south) side so no satellite. Good Verizon coverage. This is one of two Windy Cove RV parks, it is on the one closer to town, and it only has a few reservable sites. The other Windy Cove Park - B - has mostly reservable sites. We would stay here again if in the area. - Big Moose
Jun 2010 - $20.00
This is a great find! It is one of 2 Douglas County parks on Winchester Bay Harbor (Park "A" and Park "B" which are right next to each other. ) This one is Park "A". Park "A" is for drop-ins only. Park "B" accepts reservations. Check out the website for details. We paid $20 + $3 for cable which is optional. The sites have a view of the water and boats in the marina just across the street. (Note, they didn't have an option in the review to show it is on a harbor, so I had to choose "no" under the water category, however, you can see the water and walk across the street to it). Our site backed up to the woods -very nice and private in the back. Plenty of room for backing into the space. The hosts were wonderful. Delicious food at the fish and chips restaurant just across the street,(which is a boat floating on the water - Ungers Bay restaurant). We would stay here again. - Minnesota Irish Rovers
Jul 2015 - $20.00
This is a terrible RV park. The sign in front of the campground claims Heated pool, Tennis Courts, Luxury Big Rig Pull Thru. None of this is true. The free WiFi was only accessible from the office. I had to cut brush so that I could get in and out of my rig. Needless to say I will not stay here again. We loss power twice during the two days we where there. - Norm Nice Guy
Oct 2011 - $20.00
This is a run down campground. Rates with PA were good but not worth it. Restroom and showers were not clean. Lots of full time residents. Lots were long enough but needs tree trimming and drainage. Front Desk was friendly but wouldn't come back. - Snooker2
Sep 2011 - $10.00
We stayed here a month and got a great rate. The staff was terrific. The power at the sites in the rear went off and on several times. They promptly took care of it to get it back on. The sites are over grown with trees and shrubs, they need some TLC to say the least. The sites are a little difficult getting into as they are narrow. We will come back next year and hopefully they will have done some maintenance on the park. - HenryMech
Oct 2013 - $30.00
Dove into this park after getting the "eebie jeebies" at a different park one mile previously up the road. Greeted by a friendly person who processed my credit card but didn't make me fill out any kind of form since I was staying one night. Friendly person let me pick from a variety of sites within the Wi-Fi range. Sites are gravel, and are fairly wide. Good thing the sites are wide, because if the park is full, there isn't any space between the sites. The wideness of the sites makes up for the lack of space between the sites. There is a very nice fish cleaning station. Wi-Fi worked great! Cable TV had a wide selection of channels and great digital reception surprisingly for cable. The web site indicated there are showers and laundry, but I didn't get to see those. Very short walk to eating establishments, but be careful, the short walk is on busy Highway 101. There was some road noise, but not bad from my site. Decent place to overnight on your way down Highway 101. This park is open year round. - DXSMac
Nov 2014 - $15.00
There are two rates, $15 for almost every site and $20 for a few extra long sites at the end of section marked in red. Dump is an extra $10! If you need to dump, go South 7 miles to a Eel Lake park for free. Quaint little town with several seafood options. You're basically dry camping at a marina. There is a pier dedicated for crabbing. It appears you can crab at your site without any issues. There is a dump station (extra fee), water fill, boat ramp, showers, bathrooms and playground nearby. - Craig H
Sep 2014 - $15.00
The two previous reviewers confused this area with nearby RV parks. This is essentially a huge parking lot in the middle of the harbor for dry camping only. Many people rent the neighboring site to park their boat/trailer. The view is spectacular - right on the water. The dump is now $10 and limited to only 20 dumps per day, so plan accordingly. Fresh water is free. We would definitely stay here again. - Mingo Papa
Nov 2012 - $29.00
A lady in the Visitor Center in Reedsport had recommend this RV park, and right she was! Perfect location, well off Hwy 101, a marina on one side, a bay on the other. The gorgeous Umqua Beach is only one mile away. Sites are paved, top level, and offer perfectly arranged full hookups. The rate depends on the site's size and location in the park. Our rate reflects a 10% Good Sam discount for a large pull through in second row from the bay. The only reason we don't rate this park a '10' is the lack of privacy between the sites and the Wi-Fi which we only could catch because we use an antenna booster. This may depend on the location in the park. Other than that it's just a wonderful place to stay, and therefore, we'll return for sure. - TheSchweitzers
Aug 2013 - $39.00
Although the park is small, the sites are large and well maintained. We stayed in the Upper Marina campground. I recommend the Upper campground if you want it quieter, the Lower campground tends to get noisy and busy with all the boats and water toys being launched at one end and the main road at the other. This is a wonderful lake for boating and kayaking. We would camp here again. - B n B Parker
Apr 2012 - $60.00
Yurts! I love staying in yurts and when I saw that Loon Lodge offered yurts for rental it was definitely the time for me to get out for a small weekend trip to Loon Lake. I drove from Portland and it was not a bad drive at all. When I got to the lodge, check in was smooth because I had made reservations in advance, about 3 months so I could get a yurt to myself. The lodge is also pet friendly which was great so that I could take my little corgi out to the woods for his enjoyment too! There is a small fee involved for pets but that was fine by me as long as I can have my best friend with me on this trip. The yurt had a trundle bed which was more than enough for my needs as I was only staying a night in order to recharge my batteries and be ready to take on the week! The yurt was equipped with a small fridge, microwave, and coffee pot which was pretty decent given that it was a yurt. Overall, things were clean and that was good. For a quick weekend jaunt, I would recommend Loon Lake Lodge to anyone! - happymom12
Jul 2010 - $36.00
We had a lower marina back-in site during the 4th of July holiday. Our rate included a Good Sam discount. We really expected more from this resort. The sites were small and close together, the roads were not paved, the landscaping was unkempt, the grass was brown; it just was not a pretty RV resort. People did not observe the quiet hours and drove fast throughout the resort; rules just were not enforced. However ,it was nice to be right by Loon Lake which is beautiful. We saw a bald eagle soaring overhead. As a family with three boys, we enjoyed the swimming/beach area but it was small. The boat rental on the dock was convenient and the staff was very friendly and helpful. We rented a paddle boat one day and a fishing boat another. The resort had daily crafts for the kids on the dock in the morning. I am uncertain if we would return here. - BryLily
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
Jun 2015 - $44.00
This is probably the nicest KOA we've stayed at. Beautiful shaded grounds and spacious sites. This really fit our criteria for a great place to stay; no full timers and you're not packed in so close you're staring at your neighbor's sewer line. Our site was toward the back and it was nice and quiet. No road noise. There is also a nice big dog park that was very clean and convenient. Great place for families; every evening they ran a little train through the park carrying kids and parents. Nice friendly staff. We will stay here again. - SiskiyouSenior
Sep 2013 - $39.00
Not your typical KOA ,but for us that was a good thing. Most sites had good privacy and are located in a heavily wooded area. Many sites are long and work for big rigs. If you have slides on both sides it may be a tight fit with trees but plenty of space between the next RV. The bathrooms, showers, and laundry were clean. The pool and hot tub were nice. There were free nightly mini train rides and a morning pancake and sausage breakfast for a fee. There is a large fenced dog run. The store is well stocked. Check in was fast and friendly. Our site was level but some may need a few blocks. The WIFI did not work well at our site, but there was a good Verizon signal for our MIFI. Some sites had basic cable TV. The setting is like a state park but with more amenities. - pawatt
May 2013 - $25.00
Very quiet campground in the woods. Spacy sites. Clean restrooms, hot showers. A nice place to stay, very helpfull staff. We stayed one night, we would defenitly returne when in the neighbourhood. - lyan
Jan 2014 - $25.00
This is a nice campground if you have a small RV or a tent. Big rigs BEWARE! Narrow road with extremely tight turns and low hanging branches will make you sorry that you ever tried this place. We couldn't do it with 36' rig. - SKP
Aug 2013 - $11.00
This is a Forest Service CG so therefore does not have hook-ups, but there is an abundant number of faucets spread around the park and very clean restrooms with flush toilets. The sites are very roomy, very level and paved. You are about a 2 mile hike from the quiet beach and the ATV staging area is a short distance down the road (No ATV's allowed in the CG). Verizon service is available but it comes and goes. The price reflects "Old Age Discount". - rhianna
Sep 2015 - $4.00
Nice, quiet forest campground with both trees and a large grassy area so you can get some sunshine. All sites have a picnic table and a fire ring. No hookups, radio, Internet, or phone, but you can get satellite TV if you have it. The thing to know about this park is that the signage on the road is easy to miss. The park is after milepost 4 on the left side of the road. There is a boat launch and day use area on the right side of the road. We would definitely stay here again. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2015 - $8.00
I loved it here. Best thing about it is our 36 ft motorhome and 16 ft tow fit perfectly in spot 19 which is so private with a stream and tree coverage everywhere. If you have a fifth wheel or smaller RV/trailer, parking in the grassy area is great too. Boondock a few days and get away from it all. Best place for the price anywhere!! - ErinF
Sep 2011 - $8.00
Nice two-lane paved road to camp. Camp road gravel. Many sites in grass meadow, with no site pad, so an RV may park any direction. One water spigot for camp, with threaded connection. 2 Universal access toilets in camp, both have two vault toilets, with solar lights. Each site has picnic table, fire ring. Edson Creek is in back of camp with easy access. Creek is not visible through trees. Sixes River day use is next to camp, with deep water pools. My MiFi worked here. Easy to move a big rig through camp. Camp is hosted. Camp is surrounded by trees, but is fairly sunny. - airtravel
Sep 2015 - $22.00
It would be nice if all state parks could reach the level of Cape Blanco State Park. The park is beautifully laid out my large very private campsites. There are lots of interesting trails adjacent to the campsite to go either for a stroll or a serious hike. The setting is deep and dense forest on a bluff overlooking a stunning beach and bay, with the lighthouse not too far off in the distance. I could hear the waves crashing below from my campsite in the mood changed frequently with the fog drifting in or out. The campground seems to be exceptionally well run. We were approached by the camp host who was on duty. He was very outgoing and help us select our site and fill out the forms. It was very hospitable and welcoming.
The showers and bathrooms were well-maintained despite the constant onslaught of kids tracking dirt and pine needles in. in. With the heavily wooded campsites, there was a nice feeling of privacy, though you could hear the sounds of other campers. - Chazbo
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Plenty of room for our Class B RV. Our shaded site backed up to trees along the cliff overlooking the beach. full hook up, wood available for campfires. We will return to this State campground.
We were lucky to get a site that was just being vacated. This is a very popular campground and in the summer at least, looks like it's almost always full. It was very foggy and windy and quite cold when we stayed there, but still a great campground. - skidiver
Jun 2015 - $22.00
Beautiful area, campground well kept. Thick woods and shrubs afford very private sites. Paved, level, 50 amp service and water. Unfortunately the dump station was out of service due to drainfield failure. Wind was not a factor, nice walk to the beach and to the lighthouse. They are first come, first served for the RV sites, firewood available from camp host, and bath/showers are in excellent condition, well maintained and clean. - rvrrat520
Oct 2009 - $27.00
We were attracted to this park because of its out of town location, that it had a Tavern, and a store with a deli. Only part of this is factual. The park has 10 or 12 back-in sites on the lake front, some on grass and some on gravel. The Tavern is real and on given nights the locals enjoy a few cool ones. The store and deli appeared to be no more than a few sacks of chips on a wall and a cooler with a few sodas, a loaf of bread and cheese. The restrooms are the biggest down side. There is one (1) for each sex. They are not heated and there is no shower curtain. The showers remind you of a forest service location but this is a Marina that caters to folks that fish. The plus side of this niche park is the rustic atmosphere with Wi-Fi. The lake views are nice, and there is TOTAL lack of sound at night. The wi-fi was 90% good with speed. After 8PM on the last night it slowed to a crawl. We were going to go to another park in town but returned to this one. There is also a question on the rates. When I first called the lady said it was $26/night. The total came to $28.99 which includes a glass of Bud. The 2nd night I paid in the office/store. The teenage girl told me the rate was $29. I told her of our last night’s stay and then she decided the total fee was $27 which included the Tax. This park is not for 80% of the people that travel. If you like to watch clouds, birds and listen to quiet, this is it, with Wi-Fi. - rossby
Aug 2009 - $32.00
We had a beautiful lakeside site although it was a bit small and the neighbors very close. One set of restrooms was terrible, the other great. The fishing during August is pretty bad according to some locals. The manager was nice and helpful but the kids working in the office were clueless and no help at all. A tavern is onsite although it was quiet, thank God. - Auburn Fisherman
Sep 2015 - $36.00
I just don't get the average 8.7 rating. It's a average or better park, but nothing to get excited about. It's a well maintained, older park with asphalt roads and gravel sites. Our spot was dead level. Laurel shrubs planted as privacy hedges separate the sites. Although the sites are adequately sized and spaced, we thought it felt crowded. We stayed during a weekend. Although the place was loaded with dune buggies and quads, it was surprisingly quiet. The restroom and shower were spotless with plenty of hot water. Wifi was slow. Cell coverage (T-mobile) was non-existent. There are no real amenities. The galvanized pipes gave the drinking water a metallic taste. Our dogs did enjoy romping on the dunes immediately behind the park. - whizbang
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Great park, paved interior roads, large gravel sites 50A FHU. Great landscaping between sites providing privacy. You are allowed to wash your RV and car on site. Easy access to dunes. Only stock exhaust allowed on your 4 wheeler.
Friendly and helpful owners/staff.
Easy to navigate with our 45' MH. - Larryvt
Jul 2015 - $34.00
This is a very well kept park with nice landscaping throughout, as well as between sites. Some sites are a little on the narrow side, but very private. Office staff were probably the most friendly and helpful we've come across in several months of traveling. It is has easy access to both the dunes and lake, which was great. I would definitely stay here again. - Westward_Ho 15
Aug 2015 - $17.00
Small park with only 12 sites for travelers, mostly monthlies but very well maintained. Cable and satellite signal good, Wi-Fi signal strong and free. No lake access and no trees. Clean laundry and restrooms. Paved roads with gravel pull thru sites with FHU sites with table, quiet. Well maintained and very friendly and helpful on site managers. We would stay there again. - Pepper Dan
Oct 2014 - $15.00
The price is based on a Passport America discount. The campground is located on Hwy 101. Close to Florence--five minutes by car. Nevertheless, it is relatively quiet, even at night. The campground has only few lots. Better phone the owner first. The owner is very nice. There are very good cable TV and Wi-Fi. We did not look at the showers, toilets, or laundry. The place is definitely worth its $15. We will be happy to come back. - usa
Jun 2013 - $30.00
An old trailer park with a few spaces for travelers, mostly PA members. What makes this worth $15 is the extensive cable TV, closeness to Florence, and the price. The showers and restrooms are OK, but water reeks of rust. The laundry still has rusty machines that we noticed 2 years ago. If you are desperate enough, this place is tolerable for a night. - Annie's Song
Jul 2012 - $15.00
Beautiful setting smack dab on the Umpqua River. If you are into views, this is fantastic. However, there isn't anything much to do here unless you are a fisherman/woman. Children can play on the exposed rocks in the shallow part of the river. If you need to be connected to the world, you need to have your own TV/Internet connections. The park is also right on the highway. It did occur to me to worry somewhat about the fact our RV would literally be pushed into the river if there was an accident on the highway. Staff was friendly. It is a hairpin turn to enter the park from the west off the highway. The park is difficult to see if one is not looking closely for it. Signage could be much better and more visible on the highway. - tudugger
Jul 2007 - $20.00
This is a tight, small park in two levels on a steep slope with a view of a wide set of rocks or rapids below (depending on water level). It has very tight curves and I recommend against taking large rigs into it. The view is very pretty but the sites are gravel and the highway is very close. - JTD2
May 2007 - $13.00
I echo the "tight but nice" comments. If approaching from the east, watch very carefully, otherwise you won't find a place to turn (a big rig) around for a few miles. If you're approaching from the west, you'll have a right hand hairpin to negotiate to get in. Once settled, the sites are tucked away, and the river provides a pleasant backdrop. Staff was helpful. - Kalon
Oct 2015 - $28.00
Great campground! We opted for partial service (no sewer). Treed site - couldn't really see neighbours. Paved roads throughout park and paved parking area at each site.
Bathrooms were old but clean. Showers were at the end of building with separate entrances. We didn't use showers so cannot comment, but there was a handicap shower.
Staff at booth were excellent. We were told we could go find a site and come back and register. We took clerk's suggestion for a site, "but if you don't like it, come back and tell us which one you want." Very accommodating. Not sure it's like this in the height of summer!
Only negative was no wifi, but we knew that Oregon SPs do not offer it - maybe one day. Our cell service worked (from Canada). Not sure which US carrier.
We would definitely stay here again - it's a lovely spot and right in the Dunes Recreation Area. - DCM/JMB
Oct 2015 - $31.00
This is an excellent Oregon state park. The park staff is very friendly and knowledgable Sites are well situated to allow for privacy. Parking pads are level and fit our 40' motorhome and towed vehicle easily. This has many great hiking trails and a couple of very nice lakes for fishing and kayaking. There is also direct access to the Oregon dunes. - RognBon
Jun 2015 - $33.00
As with all Oregon state parks, this campground is clean, quiet, and a wonderful place to camp. Our site was large and full of shade with tons of room behind our motorhome. The restrooms and showers are immaculate, although the buildings have been around for a while. There is no cable or Wi-Fi here, but we were able to get a few channels with our antenna and there was good coverage with Verizon. There is a very nice trail to run/walk on and to walk your dog. The campground was not busy while we were there, however later in the summer it would be a good idea to make reservations on their website or 800 number. We would stay here again. - Dale07
Jun 2015 - $28.00
This is a fairly small compact park run by a married couple who live on the premises. They do not take credit cards. All of the sites are back-ins but they are very helpful in getting you lined up on the sites. This time I was not the day's entertainment when backing in. I got it reasonably straight on the first try. The gravel site was fairly level. This is a pretty little park off of the main highway so very little traffic noise. It was a bit windy while we were staying here. This park had the most responsive wi-fi I've seen in quite a while. Apparently folks here don't do a lot of streaming video (the park asks you not to do that). A Passport America rate is available but only if you reserve your site within 48 hours prior to arrival. - RVRenter
May 2015 - $19.00
Stayed 2 nights. Very clean and quiet park in a beautiful setting surrounded by trees. Owners very nice and are always working to keep the park pristene. Pads are gravel but are surrounded by green grass. WI fi, cable, FHU. Immaculate restrooms with showers. Coffee in the morning in coffee room with a tv, and videos and books to borrow. Would and will stay again, but we will stay longer next time. - Mainlygoing
Oct 2014 - $18.00
Nice clean park. The rate was Passport America. Rather tight getting in the site and driving around the sites to get out of the park. - TeamElk-Rib
Dec 2014 - $34.00
We intended to stay in this park a few days and were there for a month. It's become one of our favorite parks. The hosts are "Oregon Nice," meaning they are very helpful and congenial. The setting on the banks of the Umpqua is a million-dollar view and the park is extremely well maintained. Sites on the river are a bit narrower than others, but it's all grass - no gravel sites - and good shade. You can fall asleep to the sound of a raging river. There are several good wineries on the main street in Elkton and Tomaselli's is an incredible restaurant, an unexpected gem in this little town. - Streamer1023
Sep 2013 - $32.00
We have stayed here at least once a year for the last ten years, usually just for a long weekend. The river is beautiful, the park is well kept and the staff is very friendly and guide you into your site. Several reviewers have stated that the sites are tight and that the picnic tables are located at the back of the sites. This is true of the riverfront sites, but the pull-thru sites and sites away from the river are spaced out more. The only reason I don't give the park a ten rating is that there are no showers. This would be a very welcome addition, especially for the tent campers. - RickB
Aug 2012 - $32.00
We stayed 2 nights at Elkton RV Park. The view of the Umpqua River was wonderful and the access was easy walking down. But the spaces are so cramped that if you have a slide on both sides of your RV (which we do not, only on one side), you are not able to walk around your RV. We made a reservation over the phone and when we arrived we were not in the space that we were told we had reserved. But since most of the spaces were cramped anyway I guess that really didn't matter. You are not able to sit beside your RV under your awning. The only space for chairs or picnic tables is behind your RV and you only have a flat area big enough for a table and a couple of chairs. We were told over the phone that we could put a tent up in our space too as long as it didn't reach into the space beside us but since that was impossible, we had to rent a tent space at the end of the park for the couple who were with us. Which meant additional cost and inconvience. As far as the camp hosts and facilities at the RV park, we found that the hosts didn't seem to be real friendly. More business like then host like. The facilities were OK. A couple of restrooms, a laundry room, a central firepit and a gazebo. We didn't use any of these except the restroom. Did not see a shower room for tent campers, but didn't really look either. - M_P Trips 24
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We stayed here 1 night on our way down the coast. Nice, smallish park with pull-thru sites which were a good size. Quite a few large trees but sites are open. Just off Hwy 101 but traffic noise was not a problem - didn't hear a thing overnight.
Office staff were very courteous and walked with us to our site. Gravel driveway had been raked prior to our arrival!
Each site has a fixed charcoal briquet bbq on a metal post. Ours was clean and ready to use, but we didn't.
Single bathroom and shower for the park (1 M/1 F), but as I mentioned this is not a large park. Very clean and shower was a bargain - $0.25 for 10 minutes! Didn't use the full 10 minutes (water conservation) but it was nice not to have to rush shower!
Port Orford is a small town so we only stayed 1 night. - DCM/JMB
Sep 2015 - $31.00
Camp Blanco is a small and older park that is very well maintained with excellent water pressure and WiFi reception. Manager was very friendly and helpful. A minor complaint would be about the entry point which is a short incline from the road. If your tow system hangs low it may drag a little on entry. Neighbors said that the cable reception is excellent and from space 11 we had no problem setting up our dish. When in this area this will be our destination park. - Shikepoke
Aug 2015 - $31.00
This Is a very clean and well run Park, with level sites, you are made very welcome by management. Cable TV works well, some sites will not allow for Satellite TV due to the many trees. The only reason I did not rate this park a 10 is its a small park with fairly small spaces for larger Rigs. Great park in a small town. Be sure to call ahead as it's becoming a popular park. - xchief
Dec 2015 - $1.00
We spent 8 nights here while visiting the Oregon coast. You do have to search a tad if you want a 50 amp full hook up site but we managed to find one that was heavily wooded and even though the adjoining site is close by, you feel totally secluded. Sat reception is very much an issue here...I worked for about an hour with a portable dish to get a signal. Pick your site carefully. The Lodge is very nice with an excellent view of the Ocean across the highway. Wi-Fi worked well at the lodge too. Verizon was weak but usuable with a booster. Good power, water and waste. Behind Whaler's Rest, this would be our second choice. I will return when in the area again. - acampingfan
Aug 2015 - $45.00
For a national chain park this one is pretty poor. Check-in was okay but the maintenance guy sitting in the office had to help the staff with explanations and directions to the site. The roads are narrow and hilly. Trying to find your way around and figure out where to turn is confusing and difficult. The sites are nice and cozy but difficult to back into. I watched a guy take the better part of an hour to get his fifth wheel into the site he chose. You're allowed to pick a site then let the office know where you are. - Aldeaux
Aug 2015 - $1.00
The park is not in great shape. Lots of logging has been done, with little clean up. Very few FHU sites and most are quite small. Our 32 foot coach just fit.
Good Verizon service but our site could not see the satellite for TV. Not a big problem for us however.
The crew was very nice to work with and the location is very convenient to town and the areas north and south.
There is even a shuffleboard table in the adult lounge, which you don't find very often.
I don't think I would stay here if I wasn't a member. The commercial rates would cause me to find a better park. - TCDON
Sep 2014 - $27.00
This is a small, well kept older park with small gravel interior roads, level spots, very clean. Some monthly residents. The Wi-Fi is excellent! We stayed here 3 nights. We are very well satisfied with our stay. It is 3 blocks off hwy 101 in Port Orford. Stock up on groceries and gas before you get there. The grocery store seemed expensive--over $4 for a bag of potato chips. Anyhow, the sunsets are great, and the park is very nice. Paradise Point is a great place to watch the sunset. It is just outside of the city limits. I recommend this park. - Jim Lee
May 2014 - $25.00
This was a very quiet little park. The Wi-Fi was excellent and the park's restrooms were clean and well kept up. We would stay here again. - hippiegypsy
Feb 2014 - $27.00
This campground has changed owners mid 2012. They have cleaned it up and kicked out all the "rowdies". Very nice, open park now, park-like setting. Quiet, off the highway. You should go see the changes now!!! What a difference! - fishon4us
Aug 2014 - $20.00
The camping here is on 2 separate gravel parking areas. One has very nice view of ocean & dock the other has easy access to beach. Other than the view of the ocean, neither parking are is very pretty. No facilities in either parking area. Restroom and showers are supposed to be at the dock, but we did not check. For $20 it is way overpriced. Self registration in upper parking area. We were going to stay 2-3 nights, but not for $20/night. We only stayed on night because of the view. Directions: From US-101 turn S on Harbor Drive. Upper parking area on left as you approach the ocean. - A-S_Travels
Aug 2015 - $28.00
The sites are right on top of each other. For example, our sewage hose was in the middle of the next site. This is a fish camp period. We will never go back to this RV park. Only restrooms are by the office a long ways away from most sites, unless you want to use a portable toilet. - duanek
Jul 2015 - $28.00
This park has the potential of being a great one due to the location, but gravel, dust, dry grass and ugly storage sheds make the park less than spectacular. It's OK to stay in the treed section with hookups and is convenient to town via a short walk. The port spends zero dollars on this park and it shows. Could use some TLC. - Jerryandsherrie
May 2015 - $28.00
Okay park. Used to have great WiFi, but it has gone down hill. Cable wasn't working the winter we were there, nor that spring when we came back for couple days. Bathrooms/showers are used by vagrants and often filthy and toxic. Area in general is a bit dirty and run down. Spent one winter here and saw two beatings and one guy walking around with his rifle, aiming at things but not shooting. He was arrested.
Service is okay, people are generally nice. Dogs aren't kept on leashes. Sites are rather cramped. There are nasty stickers in the grass, so don't go barefoot and watch your animal's paws.
It is located downtown and easy walking distance to old town. Don't think we'll return again. - See
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Florence Elks club have 2 RV Parks, one at the Elks Lodge and a park like setting approximately 3 miles north of Lodge. We stayed at the RV park north of town Nice campground with clean bath rooms and showers. The park hosts were the best. They are very friendly and tried to meet any of your needs. I had RV problems and even though they were full, the hosts made sure I had a space for the three extra days it took to get my RV fixed. Wifi was good with our booster antenna. Park has a cell phone amplifier at clubhouse so you can use cell in the lodge only. The clubhouse also has a landline available for local calls which really helped. Each spot have bushes dividing sites. Dog friendly. Most sites can get satellite reception. We would stay there again. The one drawback was that did not have sewer at site. - Mac1
May 2015 - $20.00
Florence Elks have 2 RV Parks, One at the Elks Lodge and a park like setting approximately 3 miles north of Lodge. We stayed at the RV park north of town. 40 site with Water and Elect 50 amps. 2 dumps on site. Very clean bathrooms. Each spot have bushes dividing sites. Dog friendly, Verizon iffy, but strong in meeting hall(Booster) WI FI strong, cable TV but over the air digital Strong. Satellite views at some sites. Very quiet. Office staff very helpful. Ocean Dunes Golf Course and SeaPines Golf Course about 4 miles. Will stay again. - silverado
May 2015 - $15.00
Sites not close to being level. Cable tv present but not usable. One needs to get a cable box from the lodge which has very limited hours. Tried three boxes each one with an error message saying the service has been interrupted. No host available. All sites are in a parking lot with view of the back of lodge and garbage bins. Ok for one night. - Mainlygoing
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Attended a group rally with 30 plus people, using all the facilities. Clubhouse etc. We had a great time !
Owners are new, very pleasant and accommodating.
Location is a bit off the beaten path from the freeways, but easy to get to town with stores etc.
The park is well maintained. As I said earlier, they have new owners so the store was not stocked, but I'm sure it soon will be. The clubhouse is a bit small, for more than 30 people too small. We were able to work with it because we're a group that's been together for a very long time. They do provide full kitchen facilities.
You're in an old growth crop of trees so there is plenty of tree shade in the fall lots of leaves they seem to have enough employees to be constantly touring the grounds they guide you to your parking spot and make sure that you get part correctly. As for the cable they do have free cable. It is a bit of a pain; they need to come and connect it for you in your motorhome. It's not their fault; its the satellite or the cable that they use, but they're very very nice about doing it.
Probably the nicest managers I have run into in a very long time. They have a privacy gate that locks at 9 o'clock and they are available on site at all times
We will go again . - Ginger j 33
May 2015 - $30.00
Pull thru sites with plenty of shade. Very quiet setting located next door to county park and Discovery Gardens. Near winery tours and close to Roseburg. - RV Having Fun
Apr 2015 - $34.00
Stayed here for a week in our fifth wheel. Site was long, gravel, and a tight fit due to trees. Utility locations spread wide apart, water pressure OK to low most of the time. Restrooms were clean, but not much more than that. Laundry was OK, $1.25/1.00 wash and dry. Park was clean and they mowed the grass while we were there. Roads are paved, but narrow and turns are tight. About 80% of the park appears to be very long term or permanent. I do not know how they got a 8.5 9.0 and a 10 from Good Sam. We checked out some other parks while we we traveling around, we would stay somewhere else next time. - GRBR
Jul 2015 - $1.00
I just wanted to update what others have already said. Yes, this is dry camping in a casino parking lot, but it's free! Free is a very good price! You can even stay up to seven days if you want to although we only overnighted here. It's great to have the casino right there to eat if you don't feel like cooking, and of course to gamble if that's your thing. This is an awesome option to have in your back pocket if you decide to head to the coast on a whim and don't have reservations. - Pdxjoanne
Aug 2014 - $0.00
Earlier reviews are good, just updating for 2014. I used this as a base to see the beautiful Oregon coast. Groceries and fuel are readily available. Would certainly stay here again. The price (free) is right! - SailorGolf
Sep 2012 - $1.00
This is boon docking at a casino. The area is well marked and patrolled by security. There is no cost for parking your RV. You must register your RV with the casino, simple process. They do have a quite time from 10 PM to 7 AM. The area is part of their parking lot is paved and fairly level. There are no hookups what so ever. They are probably 30 rigs of every shape and size. Folks have spaced their rigs as to give everyone good space between rigs. Roughly 10 over the air TV channels and cell phones work well. - Trabuco
Aug 2014 - $40.00
The new owners/managers/hosts are a big improvement. Unlike the previous ones, they are friendly, positive and responsive. Park upkeep and maintenance is better plus the added security is much better. The only downside it that the park is busier and there is more traffic. Apparently the park has a new cable TV service which has terrible reception on a limited number of channels. - Zippity Doo-Da
Apr 2014 - $38.00
This is not an RV park, but a small, old trailer park with a portion set up for RVs. There is lots of paving and little in the way of landscaping. No pull-thrus and only 30 amp electrical. The spaces are narrow and some of the interior access roads are tight. Certainly not big rig friendly. Any RV over 35 ft. would have trouble maneuvering. About half of the RV sites are occupied by permanent residents and some of these are quite old. The park is well taken care of and there is not the clutter that usually comes with permanents. Other than beach walks and a few decent restaurants, there isn’t much to do in Florence, plus the park has only limit services. According to the residents, the couple that is managing the park inherited it a few years ago and have recently listed it for sale. Unless significant improvements are made, we will not return. - Zippity Doo-Da
Jul 2013 - $32.00
This is a small, older and very basic combo park. It’s clean and the landscaping is well maintained. There are approximately 30 RV spaces and about the same number of mobile home sites. A majority of the RV spaces are occupied by long termers. The spaces are on the small side, but are adequate for all but the largest RVs. The park has very few amenities. There is only 30 amp service and no pull-throughs or grass areas, just pavement with minimal landscaping. Be aware that the park is not ADA compliant. The park has decent, free WiFi and a small “Rec” building. This building is often used by some of the long term RVers as their personal lounge. Most of the residents are friendly, but the current management is not. We have been coming here for a month or so each summer for the past few years and will return because of the friends we have made here. For those who want or need more, there is a much nicer park just a couple of blocks away. - Zippity Doo-Da
Dec 2015 - $43.00
RV Pad- tall yard hydrant with pull handle, looks freeze-proof.
First utility water hydrant, then electric, then sewer -flush to ground concrete. All about mid site.
RV Park has quiet neighbors. A church on one side behind a tall wooden fence. A storage unit on the west side.
Bathrooms- open 24/7 with security code. Recreation room and laundry are all in the same access door.
Bathroom- toilet seat covers provided. Shower hoses with deluxe muti-spray shower heads and shutoff switch on head.
Garbage dump on exiting park to keep odors out of park.
Picnic tables available on request.
Nice neighborhood east of the park for walking or bicycle to Grocery Outlet. Spruce Street continues to south end of town, allowing town access off highway.
Local bus stop in front of park. The next 2 bus stops are BiMart and Fred Meyers.
Road in front of park has some grass for dog walking.
Mature rhododendron shrubs.
No grass, no mower noise. - airtravel
Oct 2015 - $38.00
We spent three days at this park. friendly and helpful as about places to see. Park has level concrete pads and surface good room for slides which we have three. Three washers which are $2.00 and three dryers which is $1.50. only negative was the lack of grass for pets to use. Pet walk area is pee gravel which makes it tough to navigate on. Would stay again when and if we return. Stayed in a 37 ft class A motorhome. - Roger from boise
Sep 2015 - $35.00
I agree with the other reviews. Wifi and cable are excellent. Camping on clean concrete with shrubs between sites. Very friendly and helpful owners and staff. Good central location in Florence. You can wash your windshield but not your rig. Only 3 washers and 3 dryers but they worked well. $2 to wash and $1.50 to dry. We would stay here again if we couldn't get into Honeyman SP. - thekites
Sep 2015 - $8.00
This is an older park. Lots of big trees and a very nice beach to walk to. Unfortunately their are no sewer hookups and their dump site is broken. When I asked the Park Ranger when it would be working again he snapped at me, "How would I know?" Not very professional. We were here over Labor Day and the camp was full. I wouldn't recommend this park for camping. The beach is lovely and I would recommend it. - Newbet
Jun 2015 - $24.00
Stayed for 4 nights, clean park close to ocean beach and town of Port Orford. Camp firewood available. Good dump station. - kaosodak614
Oct 2014 - $18.00
Beautiful park with a lovely, private beach. Great hike from park to Humbug Mountain summit. Loop A has good big-rig sites, but they are close together. Loop B is much more open with good Verizon and satellite TV reception. However, Loop B has many tent sites close to the big-rig sites, so if the park is full, you could have campers ten feet away. We were here mid-week, off-season, so the park was empty. Yes, there is logging truck noise from nearby Hwy 101, but as soon as it gets dark, the trucks stop and the park is delightfully quiet. Griff's On the Dock in Port Orford, a funky little place nestled with the fishing boats, has great seafood at reasonable prices with an ocean view. We would definitely stay here again. - Mingo Papa
Apr 2015 - $31.00
This is a very nice county park located above the north jetty. Sites are paved, back-in, and sheltered from the winds by the long hedge rows of rhododendrons and trees. Reservations are advised. Site 9 is about 70' long; the longest one in the park according to the on-site caretaker. If you have slides, position your rig in the center of the site so you don't bump up against the plants. New sites and WiFi are coming in 2016. Our Verizon MiFi worked moderately well. - DiplomatTraveler
Aug 2012 - $25.00
Park has paved roads and sites. Sites vary in length, and fit a 37 foot motorhome with toad. Trees between sites for privacy. Only one site has a view of the ocean. Close to beach. Water and cell good. Power low in the morning. No sewer, but dump station. We would stay here again. - kmgulf
Jul 2012 - $25.00
We expected no pool, no cable, no sewer hookup. Park is a 10 for us based on site space, privacy, asphalt roads and pad, cleanliness, and information on reservation site being accurate. Access to tidal pool area, views of South Jetty, great place to walk the dog. Quiet, reservations provide for no refunds so be prepared. The best we've seen between Depoe Bay and Coos Bay now that Pacific Shores is in decline. - deandec
Jul 2015 - $38.00
This is a quiet park located a little off the beaten path. The sites are gravel, but separated from the adjacent sites by a row of bushes and trees, adding to the privacy. Most sites have full hookups but it appears some have only water and electric. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They clearly take pride in the park. The Wifi is good but occasionally slow, probably when lots of people are using at the same time. This is just like I've experienced at most other RV parks. There is Verizon cell service, but data rates are a little slow. It is a short pleasant walk to the beach. It can get pretty windy on the beach but it is notably calmer and warmer just a few blocks away in the park. Some sites have a clear shot for satellite TV but many have trees to the south. However, sites have cable TV. There is no dog run, but there are plenty of nice places to walk near the park. This park is one of my all time favorites. We are making our reservations now for next year. - Nat02
Aug 2014 - $42.00
Nice smaller (older) park with gravel and dirt roads and sites. Not really pet friendly with no pet area. Beach access is not quite as close or easy as advertised. Could use some overall cleanup and maintenance. - yvspeck
Aug 2014 - $36.00
Very nice park. Some sites are small but all private. The staff was very friendly and helpful despite the fact they were full and very busy. The mini-mart on site was a big plus. It is a 2/10 mile walk to the beach. The restroom was immaculate, fresh, modern, and cared for. My wife used the shower ever day; helpful on getting the day started. We would definitely stay here again. - Jimmytheshoe
Aug 2015 - $37.00
Was a bad experience from the get go, seems the new owner has a 20 year age limit on any RV, this includes 1 million dollar plus coaches. Once we got in past the BS of the owner the site we got was dried grass/weeds and dirt, not even gravel. Stayed one night, didn't even hook up and left the following AM. - George 102
Aug 2013 - $28.00
An older park with what appeared to be full time residents. The manager is a nice guy and shows you to your site. Residents seem to be friendly and quiet. Lots of pets in the park , but were leashed or kept inside. New High Efficiency laundry facilities which you could pay by debit/credit or coin, clean restrooms/showers. Gravel spaces, no green grass, but there was some grass between sites. Stayed for 2 nights. We chose this park as it was only 1.5 miles from the Wildlife Safari park. We would stay again if just passing through. WiFi wouldn't connect. - Jmjohnson
May 2013 - $28.00
We only stayed one night but it was a pleasant and quiet stay. It was convenient location to the Safari which was the reason for our short trip. The park seemed to be mostly full time residents so it was very quiet and clean. The host was very friendly. - User3287
Aug 2015 - $36.00
Decent park but cramped. All sites are pull thru. Your neighbor's sewer is a foot away from the picnic table, making this another sewer park. Because the wind blew across we had to shut doors and windows to keep from smelling neighbors sewers.
Over all the park is nice. Some traffic noise. They keep it real clean. Dog run is grass. They said they don't charge for pets but they did charged for visitors and my child. Didn't watch the movies they played. Laundry is good and cheap.
Power did go out three times in the week we stayed here during 90+F days. Was restored within 5 minutes.
Might stay again, if they stop charging for family members. - See
Sep 2014 - $30.00
This is a great overnight spot while going through Oregon. Nice level pull thrus, good 50 amps, good dog area, wi-fi was good. We did not use any of their facilties. Only disappointment was that there was no movie tonight. Upon arrival I was told that movies are only on Fri & Sat nights. We had looked forward to an old fashion drive-in movie!! Remember those days? - Freedom Bus
Aug 2014 - $36.00
Fun place to stay for a night. Nice folks at check in, pretty level sites. Wi-Fi was as bad as it gets. If you say you have it, you should, and it should be usable. Fun For a night. - Tredguy
Jan 2016 - $27.00
Rising River is very well maintained. There are many extended stay guests but they maintain a portion of the sites for travelers. Very nice area in general. Right on Route 99/42, so there is a fair amount of traffic noise. At present, there is a running waiting list for "Monthly Rate" sites and they do scrutinize RVs built year 2000 and previous. - Evenstevens
Nov 2015 - $34.00
Nice older property with friendly and helpful owners. Gravel site, long enough for our 60 foot rig. WiFi is pretty good, as is the analog cable TV. Verizon and AT&T data and cell coverage are good. - Ray Waugh
Aug 2015 - $34.00
Good Sam rate for a pull-thru, FHU, 50 amp site. Roads are paved but sites are gravel. There is a fence separating neighboring sites. No problem maneuvering our 33' motorhome through the park or at our site. We had good Verizon cell and MiFi reception. We had good satellite reception, but most sites would be blocked by trees. There is some road noise. There were also periods of smoke from distant forest fires. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Aug 2015 - $27.00
I'll echo the comments of the previous reviewer, and add that there's a nice golf course within steps of the RV park office. Several long-term residents, but well-kept, neat and quiet. No picnic table at most sites. - rv1guy2cats
Oct 2014 - $27.00
Nicely laid out park on a plateau above the town with fairly level concrete and asphalt sites. Friendly check in, good hookups, and strong free Wi-Fi. Although cable is advertised, it has been discontinued until a new system can be installed. Few trees, so no impedance to satellite, and Verizon cell and data were very good. Convenient to I-5, restaurants, and shopping with easy access. The reasonable price and quality of the sites makes this a good stay for overnight or extended period. We'll return again. - Meanderman
Oct 2014 - $27.00
This park is so convenient and nicely maintained. Easy access from I-5. Long, paved pull-throughs with gravel patio areas. Convenient to shopping and restaurants. Friendly staff. We always stop here on our way south! - User1999
Aug 2015 - $20.00
I stayed in site 33, very secluded, in a 21' motor home, more than enough room, but would be cramped in a 28' rig or greater. Sites are separated by shrubbery. Gravel interior roads and sites, but level. WiFi works well, but cellphone is poor at best. Managers are very friendly and helpful. Great park. However, this is an Elks park and membership is necessary. Well used park, so reservations are needed. - Old RVer
Jul 2012 - $20.00
Sites not level, sites not maintained, questionable persons wandering around. I would not stay here again. Self check in and payment placed into a collection box. Stayed in a 40' motorhome and only stayed here because it was close to a relative I was visiting. - sbrown
Jun 2011 - $20.00
Sites are wide open with nice grass between them. The sites are a little off level but the little gravel in the grass keeps any mud at bay. We arrived around 3:30-4pm and had a choice of 4 pull-through sites. The Camp Host offered free tickets to the museum. Unfortunately we were only stopping over night so couldn’t use them. - zen_letitbe
May 2011 - $20.00
A nice, quiet setting, with easily maneuverable sites. A good value. Showers were usable and fairly clean. A good location to see the area. Camp host was pleasant and helpful. - paxton
Jan 2014 - $25.00
Same as Lagoon USFS campground. This is a nice campground if you have a small RV or a tent. Big rigs BEWARE! Narrow road with extremely tight turns and low hanging branches will make you sorry that you ever tried this place. We couldn't do it with 36' rig. Only loop A offers electrical hook-ups. - SKP
Sep 2013 - $15.00
The cost reflects Senior Pass + electricity. Lovely park. Although for a 40' MH it was a little tight getting into. It is concessionaire run, rather than volunteer and that probably accounted for the not so clean restrooms. The concessionaires are also responsible for the trimming of the trees too, so that accounts for the scratches on the rig. It is VERY shady in most of the park and most sites turn to mud when it rains. Verizon signal was just OK, had to use the antenna and amp for the internet. But all that being said we appreciated the electricity and enjoyed our weeks stay. - rhianna
Apr 2013 - $15.00
Very nice Forest Service campground. Only partially opened when we were here (April), but we walked around the other (closed) loops and everything looked much the same as our loop. 30 amp electric at some sites (like ours); look for "E" on campsite number post. No dump site available. Water at scattered faucet posts (not for hookup--carry a bucket). Running water/flush toilets in restrooms. Very heavily shaded. Our trailer is 34' and we found a site, but I but a lot of the sites would have been too small. The pull-through sites on our loop didn't have electric, our host told us. Don't know about the rest of the park. Some great hiking trails around the campground. Open year round. Fee reflects senior pass discount. - The Accidental Trailerist
May 2012 - $27.00
This is a clean, quiet park. Sites are grass and fine gravel, near level, shady, in various sizes. Roads are dirt and gravel, adequately wide, in fair condition with shallow ruts and potholes. Staff are friendly and helpful. Verizon data service works, but can be very slow. Wi-Fi works well. Showers are clean, but the hot water runs out too soon. The rate is total for a back-in with water, electric, and cable. A pull-through with full hookups is $32.70. - wjzcbn
Sep 2011 - $28.00
Could use sewer at all sites, rest rooms clean, beautiful lake, very friendly staff. - Mike & Marcia