35 RV Parks near Cloverdale, Oregon
Aug 2017 - $13.00
Basic campground that draws the dune buggy/ATV crowd, so expect it to be NOISY. There are supposed to be noise limits, but those are not enforced (i.e., unmuffled engines in some cases). Sites are generally large. The site we had reserved turned out to be in the highest noise area of the whole campground, and the picnic table was rotted out and dilapidated, but we were able to move to an unreserved site, courtesy of the very nice and accommodating host. No threaded water spigots, so have a 1/2 inch I.D. poly hose with a male hose repair end attached to adapt to the water spigots. The water supply main ruptured while we were there, which put the flush toilets out of commission. No dump station. There were plenty of porta-potties, but they were filthy. Cleanliness of the sites needs improvement (dog poop and trash left behind). Quiet beach at the south end is wonderful. - Sub_sailor
Jul 2016 - $10.00
What a great park. Big rig friendly. Mostly back in but lots of room with a parking spot for cars alongside. Trees, but trimmed back. Paved sites with table and fire ring. The hosts were exceptional! Used to have a dump station, but it is closed permanently. The only drawback was the noise. This is an ATV friendly CG and believe me there are a lot of ATVs and they are very noisy. There are 2 first-come-first serve Forest Service staging area campgrounds across the street and it is even noisier over there because they are in the sand dune areas. There are rules for decibel loudness and hours of ATV operations but very few FS employees to enforce them so campers just go wild until all hours of the night. The hosts have no authority to make people obey the rules. Fireworks are prohibited but that rule isn't enforced either. If you have an RV and ATV it is the place for you! But if you are looking for a quiet camping experience forget it. There is no cell phone service and no internet. The closest place to dump is at Campers Cove 8 miles away for $12 or in Pacific City. - rhianna
Sep 2017 - $60.00
When we registered we were given a map and told to take anything open but no purple. The sites were very poorly marked. The sites were extremely uneven. The Class A next to us had the front wheels 6 inches off the ground. All the amenities were at the far end of the camp--quite a hike. Everything looked old and worn, this place needs a lot of updating. No TV or wifi at the sites. Only sites for members had sewers. Stayed two nights. When we left the power was out and the dump site was flooded. Not worth the money. Could have stayed at a stat park Don't waste your money was not worth the asking price of $60. - RenoTony
Sep 2017 - $30.00
The good: beautiful, heavily wooded sites. BUT: Thousand Trails/Encore never fails to disappoint. I do not complain about too many trees but as they market themselves as a "resort," I expect certain amenities. If you have wooded sites that preclude sat reception and are remote enough to have no over air TV, cable TV service is expected. I do not go camping to watch TV but expect to be able to see the news as I have my morning coffee. If I didn't care about that, I'd be tent camping rather than spending money on an RV. The lack of at-site internet service is also an indication of doing thing "on the cheap". If I want to be cut off from the world (little cell service there, either), I'll dry-camp at a state or national park. No sewer connections at "retail sites" (where non-members are allowed to camp) is another deficiency. Being told to go find your own spot smacks of too few employees to furnish a guide to your site.
The roads are narrow (as are many of the campsites) and the pavement is in need of replacement. Many sites are very off-level and just a truckload of gravel would have cured that and helped keep the dirt out of your camper. Be prepared to do a lot of sweeping. Most sites are only 30 amp service. Luckily for us the weather was cool and we did not need the 2 A/Cs on our coach.
Thousand Trails campgrounds all seem to follow the same business model of "quantity ahead of quality." Most are 300+ site facilities and that apparently is beyond their financial capacity to properly finish the parks. There are many other fine campgrounds in the Pacific City area and I, for one, am sorry I did not patronize one of them instead. Choose wisely. - Gary Munson
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Cannot recommend this park, it is not big rig friendly, VERY narrow road, part ashaly, part gravel, filled with pot holes, site needed a lot of trimming because of over growth. Water line was broken, sites left without water for almost 24 hours. We received no warning. We stayed here in a 40 footer and will not return. - walt66
Sep 2017 - $46.00
This park is across the street from the beach. You can drive to the water and relax or walk. Check in was fast and easy. Lots were well spaced with grass between each site. Store was well stocked from groceries to clothing. Nice indoor pool and hot tub. Park was full but the way it is arranged did not seem crowed. Nice brewery and pub and other eating places close by. All hook ups worked well with lots of cable channels. - roaming around
Jul 2017 - $51.00
After reading previous reviews I expected this to be an amazing campground. It is not. The front area has been well maintained; nice store, nice check-in, but the rest of the park is showing lots of wear and tear. The asphalt roads and sites are in bad shape; my site had plastic bags stuck in the bushes and there was dog poop all over a park model yard. The plants were not maintained and the grass, what there is of it, was mostly brown. My site, for $51.00 was worth about $21.00. The place was packed; screaming kids, some seasonals with older and not well maintained rigs, etc. Overall it was very overpriced and would not stay again or recommend it. As an aside, I stayed in a park/resort the night before in another location of Oregon - right on the water/bay with beautiful amenities, grass between asphalt sites, impeccably maintained - for $37.00. Much more for the value. - chammp
Feb 2017 - $36.00
We stayed 3 nights to visit friends who spend winter months at the Coast. Since it's a bit off Hwy 101, we never knew Pacific City existed. But what a nice surprise to find such a beautiful RV park in an unassuming location. The Park offers many convenient, well-maintained amenities. For dog people there is a small pet area, but best of all there is a wooded area in the back of the park adjacent to public land, where they can roam off leash. The only negative we found is that they planted new trees at the front of each site by the road, impairing the maneuvering in and out of the sites. We could tell rigs had already touched some of them. Once they get big - it'll get a lot harder and should have been planted further into the sites. The huge, endless beach is just across the street and allows 4x4 vehicles on it. Dogs are allowed off leash. There are several eateries within walking distance. I'm guessing during the summer months it can get quite crowded here. A gas station near the Park carries Diesel fuel. We will definitely return to this Park! - Chuck Brown
Jun 2013 - $35.00
New name is Seascape RV Park. Don't let the picture fool you, they are surrounded by a first class campground. This one is small, but on the same walking distance and the same beach of Pacific City. They have big pull throughs, 62 ft long, but just 18 ft width. Gravel/little grass. The back ups are filled with long stayers (older campers. Wi-Fi is free, not so fast. Cable was snowy. Very quiet day and night. Great for a couple of days and much cheaper than the neighbours. Good Sam discount. Needs a little TLC. When in the neighborhood, we will stay here again. - Traveller Excel
Jul 2010 - $33.00
I think the name for this RV park may have changed to Seascape RV Park, it has the same address and phone number. We had no problems with the people running the park. In fact the lady that posted such a negative review never even stayed here and I noticed the same type review on other sites, but again, she never stayed there, only bad-mouthed the RV park. The park was an older park but it was friendly to dogs and in a perfect spot, right across the road from Cape Kiwanda. Our family was having a reunion and it was the best way to bring our dogs. The bathrooms were rather old and the shower had a sign saying the price was $1.00 for guests and $2.00 for non-guests. We used our own shower. The bunny population was minimal and our dogs (miniature schnauzers) were attracted to them. There was a section to walk your dogs and a scooper provided to clean up after your dog. There was a playground area for kids but not many activities. There was a laundromat in the main building. We enjoyed The Pelican Pub & Brewery right across the road. The fireworks the night before July 4th were unbelievable. In fact when the professional ones started we had a hard time paying attention since we were so distracted by the "amateur" ones. The beach was very clean and we enjoyed exploring the tidal pools. - natur_lover
Aug 2008 - $25.00
I am a 34 year old female and this woman in charge of the RV park treated me the rudest and worst I have ever been treated! I tried to enter the park to take a look and get info. She stopped my husband and I along with our two young children both in strollers as we were just entering. She rudely told us to stop at the yellow line and not to pass it. This park is for registered guests only. My husband asked if she had any info on her park. She replied yes if we have openings. We asked repeatedly if we could get info to stay and she just repeated that the park was for registered guests and we could not pass the yellow line. We also asked if we could look at the park and she replied yes from behind the yellow line as if we were criminals. I guess this is a huge clue not to stay at this RV park unless you want to be treated like crap for asking for park info. - dwh
Oct 2016 - $38.00
Right across the street from the beach. Walking distance to restaurants, coffee shops and bars. Note the first night is $38, each night after that is $27 (October). Lots of rabbits so watch your step! - Tessa & Toadee on the Road
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Rate is for a dry site. Pretty steep for a gravel on grass site without any privacy. But it is just a short walk across the street to the beautiful beach and it's quiet at night. The water from the tap was awful. Plenty of chlorine. Lots of rabbits around.
Next time we'll find some less expensive place to stay in the area. - TheSchweitzers
Jul 2016 - $43.00
Infested with rabbits (literally). Fairly noisy, as there is a large community of fisherman a lot of whom think its OK to flush out their outboards at 5am or 9pm. The park next door is a lot of permanent RV sites. Camp hosts were not very effective. We would not go back here.
The price includes a one time $11 transaction fee.
This park is a little difficult to find as there are no signs on the road and its adjacent to a larger commercial RV park (Seascape). Follow signs to Seascape and take a left before the fence and then keep going past building to get to park entrance. - Kev_rm
Nov 2017 - $1.00
GPS did not give us great directions. Entrance to the resort sits directly on Hwy 101. Campground has a security gate. We had called before arriving and were given the security code. They offer Saturday breakfast and several other social events throughout the week. Easily handles big rigs. Sites are all 65' and gravel area wide enough for the 5th wheel and truck. Sites are gravel for the parking and a decent size grass area between. Gravel and Asphalt roads through the campground. The rain caused large pot holes in the roads, but they were diligent about grading the roads to repair holes. Each site had a picnic table and a fire ring. There is an indoor pool and hot tub area. Laundry room is small and could use a good cleaning and a couple of the machines did not work.
One cannot talk about this campground without mentioning the rabbits. They look like domestic rabbits... but there are signs to assure you they are not. Signs say the rabbits bite AND they can chew through vehicle wiring. There was rabbit poo everywhere, in fact each night we had rabbits depositing on our welcome mat.
This park is a good central location to visit the Oregon coast. Good Verizon coverage. It was easy to get DirecTV satellite. - Priceless RV Adventures
Oct 2017 - $3.00
A great RV park that offers many amenities. A nice, pleasant office staff that efficiently checks in arriving guests. This is a member-only park. We gained access as a Coast to Coast affiliate park. Our fee reflects the video or WiFi fees. Cable TV is $2.25/day. WiFi is $2.24/day, so if you wanted two devices, it would be double the daily rate. We are in a 65' pull thru with FHU and 50A service. The power pedestal, water and sewer connections are close by. Sites are level and graveled with a grass patio, picnic table and fire ring to burn wood. Easy interior roads to navigate. Coded and secure entry gate. Park has a place for semi-FHU (no sewer but power and fresh water available) and boondocking. Saturday mornings from 8:30 am to 10:00 am, the park hosts a nice breakfast. No fee but donations are accepted. This happens every Saturday!! Sundays, coffee and donuts. Both activities are in recognition of military veterans. Surrounded by low foothills but easy access to the beach from a State Park less than a mile away and in either direction from the park along US 101 in Pacific City or Lincoln. A unique feature are the wild rabbits that roam the park. Warning signs caution contact with the rabbits because they bite!!! They are protected so no rabbit stew permitted!!! We will return to this park when in the area. - kihei7
Aug 2017 - $2.00
This is a member park, and even though they had open FHU sites we were put in a W/E back-in site. The electric was good; water quality good; cable TV, sites in good shape. They offered good activities and the director worked hard at keeping things going. They had an indoor pool which the kids were in a lot; also had a nice playground and a hiking trail up into the mountains (which was dark and damp; kind of unnerving). Small fenced dog park but I found a very unused road across the street to let the dogs loose. - Kerch Family
Sep 2017 - $31.00
We were on Site D02 and then had to move to C47. DO2 loop sites are close together but have privacy because of the landscaping. Asphalt where you park which is very narrow and then surrounded by grass. C47 loop is all shaded because of tree cover, so no grass, it's dirt, and when it rains, wet dirt. Site was less private because of less of ground bushes Park is very woody, nice. No air TV. Close walk to beautiful ocean. Bathrooms and showers are okay. - Enjoying_Retirement
Aug 2017 - $34.00
We have a 40 ft. 5th wheel and although we fit in our site, I wouldn't say this campground is very suitable for big rigs. It's difficult to drive through the loops with a larger RV and most of the people camping there are in tents and small RVs. It felt a little awkward being the only big rig surrounded by tents because people kept walking by our site and commenting about how large our RV is. It happens to be our home since we are fulltimers, but we couldn't really explain that to everyone that walked by wondering why we have something so big for camping. We were in site C21 which is full hookup, but the dish washing station is right in the site which meant all the tenters had to come into our site to wash their dishes. This was a little awkward for them and us, but I tried to make the best of it and chat with any of them that were willing to talk to me. Other than feeling like quite the spectacle at this campground with everyone staring at us, the park is very nice. It's a short walk to a beautiful beach with gorgeous sunsets. We also visited nearby Cape Meares which was very beautiful and worth a visit. Verizon worked okay with a booster, but AT&T worked better. - Love2Camp777
Jun 2017 - $21.00
Site 51, no hookup $21. 38 full hookups, 170 tent sites, yurts, hiker/biker camp, hot showers, dump station This campground is located on the Three Capes Scenic Route west of Tillamook. It is next to the ocean but still in a coastal forest of Sitka Spruce on a sand spit between Netarts Bay and the Pacific. It is a great place to view wildlife and watch for whales off the coast. Great hiking trails from the campground and in the rest of the park. The campground has four sections. Sites in A are the closest to the beach with no hookups. None of the sites have a view of the beach and there are only three short trails to get out there. B sites are behind the A sites, with no hookups. If we stayed here again we would choose the C or D loops. The sites are set back and seem to be larger, with some having hookups. The beach is beautiful but at high tide there is hardly any beach- it comes right up to the rocks. We were there during a storm with winds up to 50 mph and in the A loop. Our 25 ft RV was rocking and rolling so if we came again we would select the C loop - better protection. We also have a 28 lb Labradoodle and were warned to keep him on leash at all times because the bold Bald Eagles here have taken pets up to about 30 lbs. Driving north of the park is the Oceanside Beach Recreational Area and the Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint, where there are short walks to the lighthouse and to their famous Octopus Tree. - gsnakehill
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We were there as a Good Sams Chapter. Very good meeting room and kitchen. Nice staff we were very satisfied with everything.
No sewer for this spot but was told the whole park will be with sewer next year, 2017. - donLee
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Nice, quiet park is a few miles south of Tillamook. Open pull-thru sites between the trees. No problem getting in or out of sites. There were a lot of 5ers and motorhomes. Gravel roads and grassy sites. You will need to level your rig side to side unless you can get your tires in exactly the right spot.
Bathrooms and showers are at the back of the laundry area - large separate rooms with shower, toilet, and sink. No shower curtains so even tho' water was hot it was hard to keep the air warm being so open. Also park did not supply hand soap to use after using the facilities. Single o/h light meant room was reasonably light but sink area was darker - hard to see in the mirror (maybe that's a good thing?!).
Sani dump is on the way into the park, not on the way out.
We stayed one night. We would stay here again. - DCM/JMB
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Stayed for a few days in the area. We checked out most of the RV parks in the Tillamook area and found this to be the better of the parks. It has very clean bathrooms and laundry room with good prices to wash and dry. This park could be amazing with just a little work on the owner's part, there is a nice river that runs through the back so make sure and take a walk. There are lots of bunnies that run around the park we did not mind them but my dog on the other had...Few things that I found on the down side, lots of live in, that just takes away so much from what could be a very nice RV park, they kind of kept them in their area, but...also the owner and permanent residents let their dogs run the park, but yet the rules say dogs must be leash, so their dogs were coming into our sight barking at our leashed dog. Sites are close to each other but the park was not full so worked out OK. Park could handle any size RV, there is NO AT&T cell in the park, they do have WiFi and it work well. - laears
Sep 2017 - $25.00
For Elk Members Only.
About 6 miles south on Hwy 101 of Elks Lodge in downtown Tillamook.
Just completed: adding 15 Full Hook Ups. (Total now 35 RV Sites.) RV staff very helpful. Reservation OK. Most sites are satellite friendly. About 50 plus acres of grass just off Hwy 101. Very little highway noise. All utilities worked great. Majority of sites are pull through. Very Dog Friendly. This might be the "Nicest" Elks park on the WEST Coast. Will Return. - silverado
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Nice park with friendly people. Pull throughs were plenty long and fairly level. Gravel sites and grass around the park, which was recently mowed. They're in the process of adding 15 more sites. The host was very nice and helpful. 30 amp service, good water and sewer, fire ring and table. They have a beautiful setting here, and it was quiet at night even though it was just a little bit off of US 101. Five miles from the park into Tillamook. - Ginny H
Oct 2016 - $25.00
We camped here with a group. The sites are large and long. They are gravel and slightly uneven. There is no cable and the local TV does not get to the park, even with a power antenna. But there is WiFi which is very strong. The park is also satellite friendly as there are few intervening trees. The park hosts are very friendly people and added to our experience. There is a very nice clubhouse, but no stove or oven. We will stay there again. - Old RVer
Jun 2017 - $15.00
We stay here every time we come to Tillamook, which is just about every year and sometimes twice a year.
This is a nice quiet CG. No facilities except for 2-3 water spigots. Good level gravel parking pads. Most have picnic tables and a fire pit. In mid to late August there are lot of ripe wild blackberries to pick. - A-S_Travels
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Entrance is at Matlock Road sign. Exactly 5/10 of a mile south of the flashing yellow light on hwy 101. There is a sign on the hwy that says Tillamook Airport & RV park. Drive down the narrow asphalt road between the corn fields. Turn right as soon as you come into the campground or you will be going the wrong way.
Each site is a nice level gravel site with picnic table and fire ring. Surrounding area is mowed grass.
Price is $15 with a self serve pay station at a bldg marked RV Office. It was very nice and quiet. There are 2 water spigots in the park but No dump station or electricity.
We would definitely come back. - catrst
Jul 2016 - $12.00
What a little gem! Sites are gravel and well spaced and level. Some looked like they hadn't been used for a long time. This is a bear bones campground but if you are just looking for a cheap place to camp for a while it is perfect. Good Verizon cell service. There are restroom near the gate to the airport where you pay for your site and 2 water faucets in the campground. - rhianna