26 Parks near Brookings, Oregon
Great Ocean View over the Lily Fields. No showers set up for bigger rigs. Excelent Fishing camp. The owners and managers are helpful and will head you in the right direction for Monster Salmon and Rockfish. They had plenty of free boat and boat trailer parking. - Motorhome Madness
Nice Small Country Park. Nice owners and Hosts even gave us Fresh tuna and crabs.
Beautiful view of Mountains and ocean - Motorhome Madness
Dec 2016 - $39.00
This is a nice park right on the Chetco River! We stayed for a week in one of the river front spots. The laundry room, bathrooms and showers were all in clean working order. They also have a little snack bar in the office. There's a fishing beach at either end of the park that is an easy walk. We were a little annoyed and HOW strict their leash rule was when there was no one else around but it is understandable. - Adventure in Moving
Jun 2016 - $46.00
This park is on the river, not the ocean. It is about 2 miles from the harbor. Nice park, but a little pricey for what you get. A lot of older full-time RVs in the back area and one very old fifth wheel had to be removed by tow truck while we were there (don't know the circumstances, but think it might have been an eviction). The road into the park is very narrow and downhill, so if you meet another RV coming the other way, you could have issues. Verizon Home Connect phone worked, but not our AT&T cell phones. The bathroom code would only work on the main bathroom so apparently the bathroom by the little cabins is only for their use. It would have been nice to know that. All in all, it was good, but would probably try another park next time just for variety. - Eagle4
May 2016 - $46.00
This place has a sleazy little practice when it comes to making a reservation. They require a $50.00 deposit over the phone, of which, they do not inform you that they charge a 3 1/2% fee for the CC transaction. I did not become aware of it, until we got there, and went to pay the balance. And again, they do not say anything about it. There is a paper attached to the desk, and if you do not read it, they wil not tell you. I ended up paying with a check, but had a fee added onto the $50 CC reservation hold.
This is a decent little park. There are very nice views of the river, and the full time residents were quite nice. The park wi fi worked pretty well, but they only give you two codes to access it, so the max you can use on their inet is 2 devices.
We were in a pull through, which, if we would have had a neighbor, and if they had slides, we wouldn't have been able to extend our awning all the way. The spaces were pretty tight.
The other problems we had, other than the CC fee, was the CG host at the end of our row, by the field. They had 2 dogs that barked anytime anyone walked or drove by, and if the owners were gone. Thank goodness we were not around much.
There was a very loud group that lives in the 1st mobile home, that were partying till after midnight, quite loudly, a couple of nights.
Verizon mifi, Verizon phone, and rooftop satellite dish worked fined, but my hubby's AT&T phone was not consistent, so he had to use the Wilson Sleek booster.
I am not sure what other reviewers are talking about in regards to the " noise " across the river. We will most likely not return. - Mr&MrsFulltimers
Sep 2013 - $32.00
We love this little RV park. Manager/owners are extra nice...We have stayed here for quite a few times over the last few years and this will always be our favorite in the area. We are in a 24 ft motorhome, but did stay here years ago in a 40ft. Not a problem. Some permanents way in the back, but quiet and clean. Nice little club house also. Will always stay here as we travel through. - Rpopeye
Jul 2012 - $31.00
Very nice bathroom/shower/laundry/TV room facility. Some "long term" residents, all polite and friendly. Not a "sketchy" park at all. Clean park, felt safe and well kept. Level sites. Yurts were available and I looked at them and they seemed very nice. Pets and pet areas were available. Black berries all around park. Right across highway 101 from Harris Beach and State Park campground. Walk about 1/2 mile to get there or bike. Downside, just like if you stay at Harris Beach State Park campground, there is a mill about 500 yards north of this area that runs late. Loud mill sounds. We did not find to be a real concern, but I thought it worth mentioning as it is there. If you are looking for a high end facility, this is not it. If you want clean, safe, comfortable place to hang out in the area for good price, look here. Nice place. - lamkinranch
Jul 2010 - $28.00
Cable TV excellent. Wi-Fi excellent. Park has mostly permanent older trailers with over nighties in the center of the park. Cats and dogs everywhere in the park on leash, off leash. No one cleaning up after the cats and dogs. WATCH you step. We won't stay here again. - firedguy
Aug 2016 - $36.00
I used a partial hookup site that is located in the northern section of this park.
All those partial hookup sites are NARROW.
The most glaring deficiency during my stay was the horrible Wi-Fi service. Mind numbingly slow......constantly dropping in and out. I spoke with one of the office staff about this and they said the Port is responsible for all such matters. I was left with the very distinct impression that no one cared and no one would do anything about it.
Although I did not use the outside shower (are you kidding me....it was cold outside) the shower water drain pools up right under a dumpster. It is not plumbed to any drain system.
I cut short my stay due to the lousy Wi-Fi and moved across the road to another park. - dale clark
Aug 2016 - $44.00
The only reason to stay here is the location - almost right on the beach with the marina on the other side. Everything else is lousy - restrooms (shared with the day use public) are always covered in sand. The laundry room (which we tried to use) was also a sandy mess. The sites are adequate but not all that large. Ours fit our motorhome nicely and we didn't have neighbors most of the time so it was fine. If you don't need to use such things, it's fine. The power was good and we didn't have any issues with the sewer although the hookup was a bit strange. Frankly, the boondocking areas have the best view and can watch the boats come and go but you pay $32 for just that. The park is way over priced. However, it is the only place where you can listen to the waves lull you to sleep. Oh, the firepit issue.. We got a LONG list of rules and one was on the kind of firepit you could bring (off ground, sides and a solid lid) Which we didn't have so we had them bring one of theirs. Simply a ring thrown on the ground. Really? - KampingKris
May 2016 - $51.00
Nice thing about this CG is that it is beachfront - look right out your window at the ocean and port facilities. The negatives - gravel, poorly maintained facilities, picnic tables falling apart, etc. We stayed for one night and expected the rate would reflect a public facility owned by the port of Brookings. Rate was excessively high for the quality of the site. We will not return. - Al Z
Oct 2012 - $16.00
Amazing park to camp in in late October with the salmon runs continuing in the river. Many private and pretty sites with fabulous trees! We got a fantastic site right near the river. We practically had the place to ourselves. Just the hosts and two other campers. Restrooms clean and redwood trail is within a 1 mile hike. This redwood stand is the northern most range of sequioa sempervireons, the coastal species. I highly recommend this beautiful park. - gemsinger
Jun 2010 - $20.00
Very old park. Sites are very difficult to get into unless you are in a travel trailer or short 5th wheel. Spaces are at right angle on a 9' road with trees and stumps to avoid. Would not recommend a rig over 28'. There is no cell or satellite service due to location and trees. - Workamper04
Jun 2010 - $20.00
If you are in a motorhome greater than 32 feet, forget this park. They have sites greater than 55' but pulling into the site off a 9' road makes this almost impossible. All but 3 sites are in heavy shade so no satellite service. Cell is limited to Verizon only and broadband on Verizon is extremely limited based on site. This is more a campground for small units. Unable to get a 40' unit into a space except 1 and no satellite service. Road in park is challenging. Would be great place if you wanted to get away from about everything. Nice park people. It is 8.5 miles from 101; about when you think you will drop off the edge of the earth. - Workamper04
Jan 2017 - $33.00
We arrived without a reservation and got one of the few remaining sites, for one night when passing through. Staff were friendly and helpful and we were escorted to our site. We were assigned a spacious pull through site, well away from the road. The park was mostly seasonal sites, with a number of new park models. It was small, but well laid out, well kept and very quiet. One is across the street from restaurants, hotels and fishing charter businesses. In addition, the downtown area of Brookings is a reasonable walk. This park is an excellent choice as a base for local tourism or when passing through. It does not have amenities for children and the dog walking area encourages one to leave the property as there is little space and no grass. We will stay here again and make it a multi day stay. - BMonk
Jul 2016 - $48.00
First the negatives - I called and reserved one of their long pull-through sites for my 65 foot rig with toad. I was willing to pay a premium to not have to unhook the toad. I was told the site was 80 feet long. That should have been plenty of room. It turned out the front and rear sections of the site are on a slope, and I would not fit without unhooking the car. I was not happy. When we left, we had to back out because the slope of the site would have hit both ends of the rig. There was only 1 other long pull-through site on the property and it wasn't available or a 100 foot site as they advertise. They may have 106 sites, but the majority of them looked to have a park model on them. Driving through the park is tight. I would warn anyone with a long rig that is expecting a large site, there is only one usable site for you. If #35 is not available, don't bother with this park. Satellite dish wouldn't work. Cable was poor. I asked for my Good Sam discount and was told, "We are a Good Sam Park and everyone pays the same price." I am not sure what that means. They also advertise FMCA, but don't offer the discount for that club either. I didn't use any of their facilities so I can't comment on those. It appeared to be mostly permanent residents. The pros - The park was clean and near the harbor and shops. I wouldn't stay here again. - Dano50
Jul 2016 - $42.00
Concrete pads. Good staff. Roomy sites. Had to level out a bit. No trees. Near harbor. Walk to beach and some restaurants. Would stay here again! - Sir_Charles395
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Tiny little park on the North bank of the Chetco River. Lovely landscape with broad expanses of lawns and flowering plants. Be aware that access to the park is via a very steep one way drive. Narrow roads and many permanent homes. Owners were very helpful and friendly. All facilities (restroom and showers) were spotless. Not very dog friendly as to where they can go is very limited and of course must be leashed. There is a small fenced in pet area (20x20 approx). - Trinityfly
Jun 2016 - $44.00
First of all the name of the park is now Riverside RV Resort, which is certainly a "misnomer ". It is not a resort, but a cute little park that has mostly long term and seasonal residents, very clean, neat and quiet. We were able to get the only available river view site, but only for one night. The other 5 had double wides or trailers. That being said we were still happy, enjoyed our view of the garden and river. Hookups were well placed and it was very quiet. - housecar
Jun 2016 - $36.00
Very friendly staff, good WiFi and basic cable. Gravel lots, fairly level. Did find the travel lanes in the park relatively narrow to drive down but basically no problem with our RV. Would stay here again. - Namaste-1961
Feb 2013 - $23.00
We stayed at the Sea Bird for 5 weeks. We always stay here in the winter. Park is mostly full-timers and is always full in the summer. Manager is very friendly and helpful. Spaces are gravel and close together, but adequate for our 39 foot Alpine. 30 amp is limiting if you use all appliances at the same time. Full-timers are very friendly and was nice to see many of the same people we have come to know over past three years. Park is actually located in Harbor and there is easy access to the beach. No Wi-Fi is a pain, but with Charter cable you can get internet hooked up by establishing your own account. We will stay here again next winter. - HR Clark
Apr 2012 - $25.00
This is a clean, very quiet park. Sites are gravel, near level, in various sizes, close together, with little or no shade. Roads are asphalt, narrow, in very good condition. Staff are friendly and helpful. Verizon data service works very well. Showers are clean but lack privacy. - wjzcbn
Jun 2010 - $22.00
This is a good place for an overnight stay. Most of the sites look like seasonal rvers so they don't have a lot of empty spots for drop-ins. We were in a nice level, long site. Convenient location-close to town and harbor. The owners are extremely helpful and accommodating. The website advertised $22. We dropped in and we were quoted $25. I told them the website was $22 ,and they honored that price. (Checks and cash only). Good laundry $1.50 wash 25 cents to dry (15 mins). - Minnesota Irish Rovers
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Small full-time RV park that takes occasional travelers. The roads are paved but very tight if you are in a rig over 30' and you will have to unhook at the office. Sites are very close together and NOT pull through. People are friendly, but I wouldn't recommend this place if you have a rig over 25 feet. On the highway, close to the local amenities. - Budapest
May 2012 - $27.00
Paved roads, gravel sites, privacy hedges which are very nice, and cement pad.. Washers and dryers do a great job, and it is very clean. Picnic tables only at certain sites. We were in Site 21. Easy to get into but difficult to get out of. People in front of us park the car partly on the street. Had to back out of a pull through and needed to drive on the cement pad. We did no damage. We did not like the big speed bumps. Good location right off I-101. Very convenient to shopping, sightseeing and harbor. - schoolmarm
Jul 2014 - $29.00
This park gets a 7 because of the natural beauty. There are a lot of residents, but they are friendly. The park does not appear to enforce the residents to keep their sites tidy so it takes away from the overall appeal. Some of the sites are not very level and they are difficult to back into with all of the trees, especially in a class A over 36 feet. The restaurant is closed, but that information is correctly advertised on their website. The "tunnel" is actually a culvert that goes under the 101. The RV park is situated below the main resort area, so the reception, at least for Verizon, was next to nothing. There's free WiFi available at the office/restaurant building. - User3542
Feb 2013 - $27.00
Rate shown includes cable TV charge. Site was an unlevel gravel back-in. It had a concret patio and table. Nice landscaping throughout the park. Most sites occupied by permanent residents it seems as I never did run into any other transients. Good cable TV. The Wi-Fi only available up at the restaurant. It is okay to sit at a table and use the Wi-Fi without ordering a meal. I was somewhat disappointed that the beach trail from the park was impassable due to high water. Our park info map did say boots were required to use it, but you would need hip waders. - Onemoretrail
May 2012 - $25.00
This is a great park, but might be a little tight for big rigs if you are squeamish. We had a 43' Motorhome, and received many comments on our success at getting parked. There is a really neat path through a tunnel to the Whale's Head Beach, a nice little on-site restaurant with bar, and very, very friendly staff. Lots of shade and a very good price/value. - Surfette