21 Parks near Cannon Beach, Oregon
Oct 2016 - $50.00
This is a nice campground and RV park. The sites are all wooded and plenty of space. Very pet friendly. It is just a 5-minute walk to "downtown" Cannon Beach and the ocean. Warning: very spotty wifi and NO TV reception from either cable, antenna, or satellite. - Slkeyes
Sep 2016 - $50.00
The advantage is that it is close to town. The showers were decent, but the guy wanted to clean at 8:00 am in the morning. Really. There is no WIFI. This is a huge negative in this day and age. They say they have WIFI but you cannot log in. Don't believe. - Kwanyen
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
Nov 2016 - $40.00
The spaces are not anything special. There are some that abut the neighboring wooded area, which are nice. They are mostly back in. The pool is ok, though not useful for swimming laps. The hot tub/spa was well cared for and cleaned. There was almost no one there, and there was plenty of room and heat to practice yoga. The internet did not work, and neither did the cable. Though I have my own wifi card, and don't use the internet, some people may find that irritating. - Zach Merritt
Oct 2016 - $45.00
Nice fairly level back-ins with full shade under trees. Area very quiet with no road noise. We could actually hear the ocean that was about 1/2 mile away. Close with only a short drive to all that down town Cannon Beach and the beach has to offer. H2O pressure good. Cable TV reception excellent but Wi-Fi very limited. - Shikepoke
Aug 2016 - $45.00
This was our 4th time here. The Manager is a wonderful, hard working lady - as are the staff members. Sometimes requests are not well addressed but we did not have anything major....if major I know it would be addressed promptly. They are packed full during the high season. It is very shady at the sites...very nice. They are working on more upgrading. WiFi was pretty much standard for an RV park; not great but seems it always got better once the server came out and "tweaked and re-booted" it. God willing, we will make the trip one more time before we have to forego our rv travel - now in the 19th year part time. It is a long way from AZ! - AZSwede
Sep 2016 - $26.00
Nice grass area around the spaces. Only thing was they could use some work on the shower area i.e. no fan, broken hooks for hanging clothes. Close to town too. Traffic noise from the Highway early in the morning too and local helicopter rides a couple blocks away during the afternoon. - T&M
Jul 2016 - $50.00
We were traveling down the coast and needed a place to stay along the way. This park is clean and well taken care of. They need to build more restrooms as we waited each time we used them. This medium sized park has narrow asphalt spots - I mean the area for the rig is narrow. Lot spacing was normal and the grass was nice. The price is a bit high for what you get. - daa10496
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
Nov 2016 - $1.00
Nice park with a very nice indoor pool, hot tub and sauna. Not too many available spaces as the long term people seem to hold most. - Nahidik
Sep 2016 - $1.00
We camped on the north side near the pool. It is a very busy campground but quiet. This works as a good base for trips to Tillamook, Long Beach, Astoria and Cannon Beach. The ocean is close and shopping is touristy as well as an outlet mall. - rolling homeless
Sep 2016 - $1.00
First time staying at a TT park. We stayed here in a 43' motorhome using a promotional offer. Check in is at the front guard gate and your told to find your own site. The CG is extensive and we finally found a vacant site in the last loop. We noticed that many sites were empty but had a white plastic chain across the front. Later we learned that these are seasonal owners. The road in is paved but the loops are large gravel. No cable and our site backed into huge trees blocking our satellite reception. All we had was OTA TV. All our neighbors were permanent and had trailers or 5th wheels permanently parked on their sites. We woke up the next day to the sound lawn mowers to find our next door neighbor mowing their grass. There is a nice heated indoor pool and recreation area but overall the park needs maintenance. We would not stay here again. - RTM
Oct 2016 - $33.00
Bud's is a nice little park behind a small grocery store on US 101 just north of Seaside, OR. The sites are all back-in with plenty of room to maneuver. The utilities worked as expected. The site was gravel with a space for our truck. A patio with a picnic table is included. It's quiet at night. The grocery offers a wide variety of items including a wonderful smoked brisket sandwich, but get it early as they sell out fast. Other hot and cold sandwiches are available. Tuesday is 2 for 1 hot dog day. The staff is very helpful. Propane is available on site. I'd return and recommend Bud's. - 15243
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a small park but extremely well kept up. The owner works daily on keeping her beautiful flowers well tended. They add much to the park. The spaces are very easy to get into and plenty of space for your vehicle. There is a fairly well stocked store on site as well. My only complaint is it's right on 101 so traffic noise is a bit much. We're sound sleepers so it didn't bother us at night. All and all this is a good choice. - pkight
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
Nov 2016 - $31.00
Big park just this side of dunes, with not a long walk. No one insight in my loops. Some folks say crowd, and I believe that during peak season. Site are level. No cell, but on beach you could. Park is huge, great beach, I saw a boat launch area, has a horse camping area. Good trails, but go for the beach. Walk, unwind, build a campfire, drink some wine. The advantages of late October I had the biggest campsite ever. Two loops to me, all me for 3 days. Oh for sure coming back someday. - NXTSTOP
Oct 2016 - $1.00
Dislaimer: I'm biased because we were camp hosts at Nehalem Bay State Park in October 2016. We have hosted there for three years and plan to return in 2017.
The long awaited upgrade to 50A service on the ABC loops has been completed. DEF loops are still 30A.
We have no trouble getting good AT&T cell phone and data service. We also had some OTA TV reception including two PBS channels.
All sites are backin. Sites on the inside of loops are more suited to rigs under 30'. Sites on the outside of the loops are longer and angled for easier bigger rig access.
Trees need trimming in many sites and on a few of the loop roads. The rangers have that on their winter work plan.
We ran into the elk herd a couple of times walking the bay trail. Deer are everywhere. Raccons are a problem: do not leave trash outside. Dogs can be off leash on the beach and they love it. Showers are good everywhere and the new ones in F loop are especially nice. - bobcovey
Oct 2016 - $31.00
We followed a bad storm in, and in mid October, you get the place pretty much to yourselves. Hosts said they rode out the storm and it was pretty frightening (tornado hit about a mile away). Sites are wide, paved and full of pretty mushrooms. Showers were hot and free. Walk to beach over dunes. - RoyandLynne
Sep 2016 - $1.00
This is the second time we've camped here. There are three levels, two on the water side and one on the wooded side, across Hwy 101. Our first visit, last year was with a 26' Travel Trailer, we made reservations with Resorts of Distinction (ROD), and we camped in the center, gravel section. It was very crowded, no sewer connections, and frightening backing into our spot. I pledged never to camp in that section again. Later that same trip, we switched over to the high/forest side and liked it a lot.
We made reservations this year through Resort Parks International (RPI) and requested the upper level. Upon arriving, after a LONG wait for someone to come to the "office" we were told that RPI campers could only be placed in the center (gravel) lot where we were last year. I said "no way" but was told that as long as our reservations were through RPI, he had no choice. He asked if I had ROD membership, which I do, and suggested contacting them immediately to ask for reservations at that same location. I made reservations, and ROD gave immediate confirmation, which was accepted, and we were "allowed" to go to the upper campground where full connections were available. We got our preferred spot, and all was well.
The power connections were very tired, and the outlet faces were broken. The connections worked. They had 50/30/20 amp outlets. These are at the very rear of the sites, along with the sewer connections. The water connections are in the middle. We had to purchase additional sewer hose in town, to complete our connection. The sites in the upper area are the best of the park. Pretty level, with room for slide outs and a picnic table, with bushes and a 2' wide "green space" in between. WiFi is only available in the clubhouse, AT&T Cell reception adequate. The upper clubhouse is nice, but sparse. There were two pools (closed for the season) and a pretty nice spa area. The lower club house is a tin shack/warehouse with run-down chairs, pool table on sawhorses. - Richbald
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This site campground has such potential but the owners have allowed it to go into complete disrepair. We stayed in the park for 10 nights, paying $402.50 in full prior to arriving. We are new members of Excapees and did not know they were supposed to give us 50% discount, the reservation attendee did not mention any available discount options. When we arrived we were told we don't have a preset site, we had to drive through the park and pick from what was open. We were not allowed to choose from the sites on the third level that are in the online pictures. We were relegated to one of the other two levels that were all gravel with not even enough room to open our awning. The electrical connection was 30 amp, but if we used over 19 amps it blew the site's fuse. One day, when the temperature went over 90 degrees all of the power on our level was blown. Even after it was restored most of us had to use our generators to keep from continual interruption in service. The roads have deep crevices that make it very difficult to navigate. Our one neighbor put up three tents on the small public space next to them with over 10 people on the site. No one from the campground interceded. They had five vehicles and we couldn't even park near our RV without asking them to move them. The laundry facilities are antiquated and had spider webs over the windows. It was a convenient location with such wasted potential. We would never consider going back there. - 4 R labs
Aug 2016 - $10.00
The site was very spacious. Not near water nor any wifi available as they said in their description. - Judy2shoes
Jul 2016 - $34.00
This is a fun place. We stayed four nights in a class A coach that allowed us to pull into our site (15). The view out our front window was beautiful. Could spend hours relaxing watching the crabbing and small boating activity in the bay. Great location for day trips. The crabs and oysters that you can buy directly at the shack are over the top. Kelly's goes out of its way to ensure you have a good time. Will be back for a longer stay. - mrbgull
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
Sep 2016 - $25.00
All back-in sites on asphalt, but they are level and all services worked. Lots of room in each space, but no grass or trees anywhere on the campgrounds. Lots of grass surrounding the area. Showers looked good but didn't use. Checking in was an experience. If after hours, get your key for electric box at the main gate. Quiet, seemed to draw a really nice group. Plenty of geese. Would stay again. - Nevada Nick
Aug 2016 - $25.00
The price has gone up dramatically from past reviews, and is high for very close sites with hookups on an asphalt parking lot. Sites are all back-in but are easy to get into.
Had 50 amp steady power, no problems. Sewer connection worked well.
It's open and quiet, convenient to all the things in the area we wanted to see. We'd take this place over crowded commercial campgrounds any day. Would definitely stay again. - all4pets
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The camping area here is a large parking lot with hook-ups. That being said, the spaces are long and wide, and we put our slides out on both sides. The sites slope a little toward the front. The check in was a little disorganized on the day we were here. When you check in you get a key to unlock the electric box on your site. When you leave you can drop the key in the drop box at the billeting office.
The noise from the range was not offensive, and even somewhat nostalgic. The post is clean and the roads well maintained. There is no fuel station on post as some camping websites indicate. Very small PX. Camp Rilea is convenient to beaches, Lewis and Clark historical sites, and Astoria. We enjoyed camping at Camp Rilea, and would come back again. Make a reservation well in advance. - WGlengrl