29 Parks near Coos Bay, Oregon
Jul 2016 - $30.00
The park, including the drive in from Hwy 101, is very attractive. Well back from Hwy 101, no noise.
Our site was partially shaded, good screening on one side, partial on the other. Decent spacing at our site, closer at some others. The "C" Loop in particular has a very crowded feeling, with high density of equipment on the sites and no shrubbery between the sites resulting in zero privacy. Summer is the season for lots of activity and noise, so not the place for peace and quiet. As with the other state parks, many young children on bikes and wheeled vehicles riding without concern about the possibility of cars on the street. Don't know how we didn't see any accidents.
Site across from us had 5 vehicles, many parked entirely on the grass, which supposedly was off-limits ("all vehicles must be on pavement"): 2 cars, boat on trailer, pickup, truck camper. Many sites had at least 3 vehicles, extra tents etc. No effort was made to enforce this. The density of equipment on most of the sites makes it less attractive when in the campsite area. Garbage and recycling was in two locations serving the entire park, so it can be a good walk to them, depending on where you are.
We were in FHU "B loop", and many sites are used by tent campers. A series of tent campers were in the FHU site next to us the time we were here. They were large groups and spread out over the whole site, including the border next to us, and rather noisy (who wants to spend much time in a small tent). Big dogs across the street left tied outside all day, barking loudly. Come in, park, tie the dogs out to bark and leave for the day seems to be ok.
Utilities worked well, good Verizon data and fair AT&T phone and data. Could be a very nice park, but you got the feeling things were packed in tightly as you went down the roads.
Disappointing given previous reviews, will not return. - SW Rick
Jun 2016 - $26.00
I could have rated this lower because of not having Wi-Fi or cable but the part was so nice I didn't miss those features. I can't believe the beautiful state parts Oregon has to offer. So far I have traveled from Santa Rosa California to Coos bay . Every park I stayed at was great!
I would stay here again in a heart beat. There were mosquitoes in the early morning. - twowoofs
Apr 2016 - $26.00
It's a beautiful park, we may have hit it at the wrong time of year. The mosquitos were horrific. The trail to the beach .75 miles was 10% ankle deep mud and 5% water and mud. The rest nice enough with sand and walkways over the mozzie breeding ponds. Great beach, long and empty, probably because of the required effort to get to it. Good for agates.
Dumpsters must have been due soon for cleaning because they were nasty. Nice recycling, great and helpful camp hosts. We had good satellite in this site, but would be dicey in most others. Did I mention the mosquitos? - likeabirdie
May 2016 - $33.00
Very much enjoyed our stay here! Right on the ocean and we could just barely hear the foghorn from our campsite which, for us, was enjoyable! Spacious site with picnic table and fire ring.
Absolutely delicious chocolate chip cookies upon arrival. What a wonderful surprise! - clhamann1
Feb 2016 - $33.00
It is the closest park in the area to the beach - site 44 was maybe 200 feet from the beach. Because of a crab festival in town and being Presidents Day weekend, the park was quite full, but very quiet. Most sites were very adequate for large rigs. We stayed here for 3 nights. The park is very clean. - BandD
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
Apr 2016 - $11.00
The daily rate is the two month rate per day. Very well kept park with paved spots for trailer and large gravel with picnic table. Close to the coast. Very friendly office staff. Mostly full timers living in park so not many spots left for monthly but about four spots open for overnighters. The best park in Coos Bay. - Mrrocko
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
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
Jul 2016 - $14.00
Lots of Permanents! Handful of 'Decent' sites (next to lake) but are saved for 'paying' customers. Apparently discounted membership rates aren't as valuable. Water/power didn't work so we had to piggyback & share with site next to us as park was full. Cable/Satellite is only option as no over the air signals available. Cable is $2.50/day extra (poor signal & limited channel selection) we watched DVD's. Also 50 amp electric is $5/day. Free Wi-Fi that kinda works.
Park is very run down, doesn't look like photos, loud music, noise till early am,burning garbage as well as trash everywhere, and front desk is uniformed & seems uninterested in caring. Roads have potholes, sites are small & close.
Nice Public, pizza and lake though.
Lots of 'Work-to-camp' employees so don't expect too much. - work2fish
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
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
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This is a great RV Park. Nestled in forested hills and right on the bay. One mile walking trail around the park. We used the laundry facilities. All four washers and all four dryers worked. The facility was clean and well maintained. Easy in and easy out. All roads and RV sites are paved. - User1021
Jul 2016 - $40.00
One of the best RV parks I've stayed in. Full hook-ups with good wifi and cable. The view of the marina was such a treat to wake up to. The walking and bike trails made it easy to exercise and walk the dog. Close to Oregon Dunes and wide beach. - Breeze On
Jul 2016 - $41.00
As others have noted, this is a first-class RV park. Very, very nice. Can't wait to return. Paved roads and sites. Great views. Good spacing between sites. Good sized interior roads. Very convenient to the dunes, beach, and marina. It's a terrific spot. - kmghmg
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
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