19 Parks near Cannon Beach, Oregon
May 2016 - $45.00
We've been to this place many times over the years. Some things have improved. Others have not. It is way overpriced in my opinion for what you get EXCEPT for the location. It is on lovely Ecola creek and is walking distance to the beach and the downtown area of Cannon Beach. There are stables on the premises and horses graze in the pasture adjacent to the RV park and they do trail rides on the beach during the summer months. Didn't use them, but the restroom/showers appear to be basic and older, but functional, although there is no place to sit in the shower area at all. The "General Store/Coffee bar" or whatever it is called is seldom open. There's no wi-fi either which in this day & age is unacceptable, especially at this price. Also, be aware that some of the "electric & water" sites only have 120 ac service, no 30 or 50 amp. We were not told this at check in. It didn't matter to us as we have a converter plug to connect our 30 amp to the 120 outlet and that's all we need, but you should check on this if you decide to come here. Oh, and they also charge $3 per day extra per dog! That really irks me. We come to Cannon Beach for the art festivals and this is a great base for that so, yeah, we'll probably come back again, but only because of that. If all you want is to camp near the Oregon coast, you can do a lot better. - Pdxjoanne
Jul 2015 - $50.00
This facility is in major need of maintenance! The urinal in the restroom was plugged & overflowing and the toilets were filthy. The store that is advertised is not open on a regular basis. The picnic tables are in poor, if not dangerous, condition. Quiet time is not enforced. The dumpster needed to be emptied and was overflowing. The owner was very rude. - Elaine Nieman
Jun 2015 - $40.00
The park was poorly maintained, littered with trash, fallen limbs and leaves, and unwatered greenery. The wi-fi was too weak to use. The dump is located near the entrance, and we had to back in at an inconvenient angle, dodging children who were allowed to run and ride bikes in the area. We had to partially block the way of incoming and exiting campers.
We won't be visiting this park again. - Jolalla
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Friendly, efficient checkin. Good pullthru site, all utilities fine (site not yet upgraded). Leveled without blocks. Fair separation between sites.
No Verizon data, barely useable AT&T phone, no AT&T data. Park wifi ok during day, very slow evenings.
Crowded, some 3-vehicle sites with 6-10 people. Weekends in particular are busy. Children riding bikes thru our site at high speed, so close I would have knocked one down if I had opened our door while they were racing thru. This would be a good place before/after school vacation.
Nice walk to town and beaches, this is the best and most convenient spot if you want to stay in Cannon Beach. The recently-opened Pelican Brewery is only a few blocks away and offers a wide variety of excellent food (and beer). Very crowded, so get there early to get a table without waiting. - SW Rick
May 2016 - $26.00
This is the best option if you are visiting Cannon Beach. It is in walking distance to the downtown area and yet secluded from the noise of the nearby highway. This is usually a busy spot, reserve early. The best sites for back-ins are the single digit ones. Staff is friendly and efficient. The park is also in the process of upgrading sites and facilities. We go back again and again. The price reflects and extended stay and multi-discounts. - BMonk
Apr 2016 - $39.00
This park has a great location and is way better than the other major park in nearby Seaside, but be aware that if you're coming there now, it is under major renovation. Lots of trenching as they upgrade power / water / sewer to the newer standards, and you hear the backhoe all day long.
For instance, they put us into a very tight spot at first with only 30 amp power, and after I complained, moved us to a newly-upgraded spot with one big caveat - stay off the newly-reseeded grass! We basically had to do the mambo ducking under our living room slide as we came and went, and even then, it was just one big muck pile right outside our door. That made for a messy stay.
Also, I'm glad that our car has a backup camera, because even when backed up within 2-3 inches of our coach, our little Honda CR/V was hanging a little bit out into the lane.
On the plus side, WiFi was the in the top 5 of all the parks we've been in during our last two years full-timing it throughout the country. Cable TV was also really good - lots of channels, and nice digital picture quality.
We'd come back again just because of lack of competition, and hopefully the next time all the work will be done. - coffeetime
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Location is the best reason to stay at this RV park. Conveniently, located between Cannon Beach and Seaside. We were here for the 4th of July and I was able to see the fireworks in the distance. I like that the park has a large dry camping field to support impulsive trips to Seaside. River access is limited by tall grass and shrubs. There is no easy access to the beach or walking trails, however all of this is easily overcome by a short 1/4 mile drive to the Promenade in Seaside. WIFI is available only part of the day at 6MB speed. - User1021
Jun 2016 - $43.00
We have a 45' motor home and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. Located right on 101, but was quiet never-the-less. The staff was friendly and helpful as we came in at the last minute. - Don A
Sep 2015 - $43.00
Very nice little park. We really enjoyed our week here. Ask for a site that backs up to the river for a little more privacy and you might even see some elk. Lots of grass and trees but they keep them trimmed so not an issue for our rig. Asphalt roads and pads. Wifi was the best I've had in an RV park. Didn't have to use our Verizon hotspot at all. Cable was also good and we used it because we couldn't get the satellite signal at our site. From the other parks we eyeballed from the road this one appears to be the best choice in the area. They also have a very large, grassy dry camp area but no tents are allowed. We would stay here again if in the area. - thekites
Jul 2016 - $57.00
Specific sites can't be reserved. We were aware of this and had to drive through and find an empty site. Gravel sites and not level. Attendant was very "military" in his actions. No "welcoming" attitude at all. Members are in a different area, but we were made to feel like second-class visitors. We will not stay here again. - smithandmoseley
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Like all TT, first come first served. Sites are all decent size, full hookup in certain parts, be sure to study the map when you check in. Nice indoor pool and recreation area. Nice and clean laundry facility. - tughawks
Jun 2016 - $1.00
We are members of Thousand Trails so stayed here for free. Our site 119 was great for wifi and open for Dome Direct TV. Large grassy spot in back of our trailer for our dog. Rangers cracking jokes: they love their jobs! Best RV park on the west coast so far with Thousand Trails. - KathyH520
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Sites are very neat and wide with each site having a parking pad for RV, then a patio and grass and a parking pad for tow vehicle. Park is small, well kept and easy to use to access Seaside and Astoria. Convenience store has anything you need and they smoke their own meats and have fresh brisket sandwiches for lunch and dinner. Nicely landscaped. - Fulltime Gypsy
Jun 2016 - $41.00
A small park. All back ins but room for my trailer and a spot for pickup.A little tight for my 37.5 ft. 5th wheel but doable. All hookups in good shape. Nice laundry room. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Good WiFi. - Donny Mackelprang
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Really liked this place. When we first pulled up, we thought it would be a tight fit, but it is deceiving from the road. Very, very nicely kept place with flowers all around. The food in the store was surprising good. I had a brisket sandwich one day and had a breakfast burrito every day for breakfast. It was delicious and I think it was only $3.00. - Full-time RVer from NC
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We loved this park! It accommodated our 40 ft motorhome with tow without a problem. Mature pines offer some shade and make the camp attractive. Paved roads and sites with grass for picnic table and fire ring. You have to walk up a big dune to get to the beach, which is wide and lovely with mountains in the views to the sides. Our little dog loved running on the beach. A two-mile paved trail for bikes or walking is beautiful and takes you by a lake. Wish we could have stayed longer. Only drawback: no sewer. We got wifi via a hotspot but there's no over-the-air TV or campground wifi. - Breeze On
Jun 2016 - $29.00
We visit this park every year in June for a camping trip with friends. We stayed in yards before, but this was our first time in an RV.
It's a great, safe place for kids, and many of them ride bikes and play in the park campground. The park is just a short walk to the beach over the sand dunes. - NotSoPro
Jun 2016 - $29.00
It's an attractive state park. Sites are a bit close. Shore pines separate sites, but the trees are not thick privacy screens. All sites looked level. There are no ocean view or ocean front sites. There are sand dunes between the campground and beach. It's a fairly short, easy walk over the dunes to get to the beach. There are other trails that lead to the bay side of the park, which provides scenic views. Showers were basic but clean and had hot water. I appreciated the long wooden bench in the shower instead of the small wooden stool some of the Oregon state parks have. - Neil and JoAnn
Sep 2015 - $10.00
We booked through RPI, and requested a 50 amp full hookup site. When we arrived, we were directed to a site in the lower tier by the water. The site was VERY narrow- so narrow in fact that luckily someone volunteered to back in for me. Then we discovered that the site was 30 amp, no sewer! We complained to the person in the entrance shack - there is no office - and he finally let us move up to the upper tier across Rt 101. We had more room, 50 amp FHU, but couldn't get Internet or satellite TV.
The entire park is run down. To call this a "resort" is a gross misuse of the word!
Also we called them several times, both before our arrival and during our stay. Only once did we connect with anyone. We left messages on the other calls and not once did anyone return our call.
We would not use this park again. - The Sauntering Sampsons
Aug 2015 - $20.00
In fairness - The corporate office for this park stated they are refunding our 40.00, but we have not yet seen it reflected on the credit card.
Driveway appears to have washed out and they are working on fixing it. There is only one lane and it is a steep, short, downhill grade and we drug the tow bar both entering and exiting their temporary fix.
Parked (VERY tight sites) in space 9, setup, and went to find a place to have lunch. Upon our return there was a truck parked cross ways behind our rig, in the place we were to park the tow. We asked if it could be moved so we could park in the designated parking spot for us behind our RV.
A very angry, confrontational man approached our car and rudely informed us we were taking his parking places for some fish thing they are doing and we needed to move the RV. So we did, to a entirely different RV Park.
This rude, confrontational, glaring, giving us nasty looks man was working on this fish activity about four feet from the door of our RV. We did not feel safe so leaving was our best option. Peacefulness and personal safety. - C and T
Jul 2015 - $10.00
This facility is in two different locations, upper & lower and the highway splits it down the middle so if you have kids, you will be running across the road. The pool is in the upper club house and the cable TV etc is in the lower club house. The lower lot is a gravel parking lot with tight spaces by the river. There is a boat launch.
I went in the bathrooms - gross - & one of the pools was closed and we kept driving. If you are spending the night as a stop over it would be fine but for long term, I would keep moving.
The young lady at the check in was VERY nice. She was the bright spot in this park. - scruggsfamilyRV
May 2016 - $30.00
This is a marina with a RV park attached. All sites back up to the bay, view is beautiful. They want you to enjoy your stay. Boats to rent, crab traps, fishing poles bait etc. They will show you how to clean and cook your catch. Crab from the docks. They sell cooked and uncooked shellfish. Small grocery. 30 amp only, good internet, no dump. Parking lot atmosphere with lots of parking for toads and tows. Great Staff. - Landyachty
Aug 2012 - $25.00
This is a NO FRILLS fishing/crabbing dock! If your looking for luxury, keep driving. If your looking for a place for a few days with beautiful views, and to catch a few crabs, this IS the place! They will greet you with a smile and get you crabbing in no time, either off their dock or on the water, they have small boats to rent as well. If you'd rather eat than crab, that's available as well. They have live crabs, oysters, and clams on site for sale and they will cook them up for you. Then you can enjoy them around the communal fire pit. Boat dock is available also. The road in is dirt/gravel, the sites are pull in (for the view out your windshield) or back in for trailers. Might need an extension cord for your power, mine was just barely long enough. Satellite serve was great, all our cellular devices worked fine ( AT&T, Sprint & Verizon). They have a HUGE area for tenting as well. They only have 4 sites for big rigs, so be sure to call ahead. The sites are close together, large motorhomes with full slides on both sides will take up your complete site. We would stay here again. - Kerry B
May 2014 - $30.00
The location is fantastic - we were backed up to the Nehalem Bay. We rented crabbing equipment onsite and crabbed from the docks. They cooked the crabs for us then we made a fantastic dinner overlooking the water. The challenge with this campground is that it's essentially a parking lot with RVs parked close to each other. The weekend we visited was not too busy so we were able to enjoy some space and the view. Be sure to ask if they are having any events (such as a their monthly karaoke contest) before you go. We were there on karaoke night and the music was so loud we couldn't escape it. It started around 6pm and went to 11pm. Thankfully our 5 year old was able to fall asleep, and by 11pm there was solitude again. - rivetedroving
Jun 2013 - $30.00
We had a state park booked, but decided at the last minute that it was too far from where we wanted to be. We drove down the 101 and found Jetty has sites open. We were very surprised, but the park and really liked it. The driveway is extremely steep and if its busy it might be cramped. The staff was very nice and helpful. - ChrisD
Sep 2011 - $30.00
This is an unusual park due to its location on a bay, and a busy marina setting. If you like to crab, watch seals and the tides and boats go by this the place for you! We did make it in with our 39' rig but the driveway is a bit steep -- we got a site overlooking the bay and that made it great for us. Our only complaint about this campground was the $5/day charge for our dog! Surely she did not use any of their amenities. We would stay here again. - gypsylife
Aug 2015 - $10.00
There isn't a whole lot here but it's very economical and the nearby beaches are great. The guards at the gate are very friendly. Great laundry facility with pool table and enough washers and dryers for lots of people. And it's free. We like to visit this camp every year. We like going in to Astoria and buying fresh seafood in Warrenton. - Newbet
Jul 2013 - $20.00
If you are expecting organized activities you won't like it here. But if you appreciate being on a friendly little post with the nicest gate people you'll ever find, then stay here. Accessible beach is nearby and you can drive on it with your 4wheel drive. Sure it's kid friendly. They can run and yell and ride their bikes. Our Puppy liked it, too. Lots of places to walk him on the leash. There are the Roosevelt Elk who seem to know the shooting range schedule. If you drive slowly near the small rivers and ponds you will see geese, ducks, and some very lazy beavers. This beats an organized wiener roast to smithereens. - Newbet
Sep 2012 - $20.00
Easy to find off Hwy 101 in Warrenton, OR. Bare bones campground. It is a paved parking lot with full hook-ups and a bath house. Very clean. A little noise from gunfire practice. Cannot check in before 2pm, but can park on base until then and explore area in tow vehicle. Nearby Fort Clatsop and Fort St Stevens. Nice for a couple of days. - SunStar203