20 RV Parks near Coquille, Oregon
Sep 2017 - $27.00
It all depends on what you're looking for. If you're looking for sites with a view of the lovely Coquille River like the ones portrayed on the campgrounds website, you're going to be sadly disappointed. The campground is very loosely organized. Sites are all back in when with just a little bit of effort they could be angled to provide much nicer views of the adjacent farmlands and marshes. The place is really mainly popular with fisherman. Some of the sites are long term occupied and are somewhat disheveled and unkempt. No dump station or sewer hook ups is a bit of an inconvenience but can be managed. Overall if you can snag one of the full hook up sites across the highway at a nearby park you might be happier. - Desertdogs
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Very clean. Has a really nice area for dogs. Friendly owner and staff. We stay there for 2 months during salmon fishing; no extra charge for boat . Bathrooms are new, heated wonderful hot water. - Travelingcttech
Jul 2016 - $35.00
I had a hard time finding real photos of any of the RV parks in Bandon other than the state park, which was full many months out. We chose this new park because the owner was very professional on the phone, and we were happy with our choice. The spaces are wide, if not private, with a view of a nice meadow/marsh out the back window. The bathrooms are FANCY... brand new and they keep them sparkling. Honestly, these bathrooms were nicer than most spas I've been to! There is LOTs of room to back in. The central road is 10 to 15 yards wide. Compared to Bandon RV, which is nothing more than a crowded parking lot with zero trees, this place is a gem. (Beach Loop RV seemed like a longer term RV community.) We paid $115 for 3 nights with 5 people. - Mossyfolk
Nov 2017 - $29.00
Big park, with a few loops, and closing season was going on for some sites. Full park every night, but salmon where running, and a lot of fishermen. Big park to hike, some trails for horses too. Lots of day use areas, and a nice hike to lighthouse along beach from park. I believe 3 miles each way. Rangers were really nice. Site level, ok cell coverage. The hike to beach is aways away, but you can drive or bike. The town of Bandon is close, as well as the golfing. - NXTSTOP
Oct 2017 - $26.00
Three fantastic state parks in a row. Oregon knows what it's doing. The campground roads were fairly easy to navigate but a little tight as with most state parks. The campsight had strong 50/30 amps. Some sites have sewer. There's no OTA but cell is strong. Verizon 10+ d/l and ATT 10+ d/l unboosted. T mobile was on ATT roaming so no joy on the data for T mobile. Staff was friendly and the rangers drove around occasionally. The beaches here are gorgeous. Check out face rock..it's worth the 15 minute drive. As with the other places in Oregon, this is a very dog friendly area. Dogs are allowed to run on the beach off leash and on all of the nearby trails. The walk to the beach was about 1.5 miles in deep sand but there's plenty of parking if you don't want to walk. There's also a nice offroad paved bike path from the campground to the beach. Rays grocery was small and a bit pricey but got the job done. There are plenty of restaurants in town and trinket shops. Laundry (Lidia Anns) was clean but there were homeless people hanging out smoking in the back doorway filling it with smoke. - mjessie
Aug 2017 - $33.00
My spouse and I traveled the Oregon Coast for a couple weeks staying at 5 State Parks, 1 National Park, and 2 RV resorts. This campground took top rank. Sooo very well maintained. Yes we noticed that the grounds at our campsite were "freshly raked"/ grass and dirt. The showers and bathrooms were immaculate. Truly enjoyed our stay. Definitely would come back again but for a longer stay. - r0bert beamer
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We were profoundly disappointed in this park. Our site was so small that we felt we were in a storage lot, not an rv park. There was a large fifth-wheel backed up to 15 inches from our back window. We couldn't get out our main door because the steps would run into the sewer vent pipe. Luckily we have a small 2nd door from our bedroom we used. No decent place to walk the dog. We couldn't wait to get out of there. - ricbrybet
Jul 2017 - $15.00
This was our 5th year spending several months at this RV park. Unfortunately and very sad, more permanent tenants are now allowed which has caused a considerable decline in quality and appearance of the park. This fact, along with sites being very tight and difficult, extreme traffic noise and several sites with sewer vent pipes at your door, has warranted the poor rating. The only PRO is the location. - freewheelingRVer
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Second year staying here while passing thru.
Price reflects our 2 week stay.
Managers in office are the best!! Friendly and helpful.
Downside are the sites. If you have slides and the person next door has slides, there will be maybe one foot between you.
Almost no room to park your car in front of your site without hitting the person's car next door.
Suggest you look at Google Earth for this park and see what I mean.
I think we have a foot front and rear of our car before hitting the other person's bumper!
Rigs in the center have a tough time getting into their sites.
Only good thing about this park it is not that long walk to the waterfront.
Don't think we will be back. - Bluebird Bob
Sep 2016 - $36.00
Good if only place available. Probably good for fishermen or full timers but we are neither. Girl in office very nice and we got last spot available. Lots of lotta timers here and fishermen. Showers need a good cleaning but we're large. Clubhouse has funny smell. Would only stay here again if nothing else available. - Rpopeye
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 2017 - $40.00
Ok park nothing special. The sites were gravel but level. Bathrooms just ok, small and mostly clean. All the services worked well. - Phoenixaway
Aug 2017 - $42.00
They have a new wifi system that seems as good as what we have at home. No delay even with streaming a short video. Some driveways are deadend if you are not in one of the pull through spaces on that driveway. Follow their directions. There are many fulltime and seasonal sites but they are neat. It is quiet here. They are surrounded on three sides by woods, the highway on the front. Everyone seems very friendly. - Windshift
Jul 2017 - $38.00
We originally were scheduled to stay 1 week but left after 4 days because of the terrible site we were given. No grass, just sand. The space was a pull-through but they blocked the exit by parking campers there. This resort caters to long term campers and short-term renters get what is left. The staff was friendly. - bdnjsmith
Jun 2017 - $26.00
Mushy from recent downpour. Sat didn't work, but saw neighbors with sat set up. Much more like camping than rving. Excellent beach access to dog friendly beach. 4g in campsite. Will stay again. - diceshooter60
Nov 2016 - $20.00
The actual rate was $20.36 winter rates. The reservation system is off line during the winter except for cabins. This is another you pay for what you get park. The bathrooms and showers were clean. However the showers have some supply issues. I checked 2 different shower rooms and the both had the same problem. Each shower room has 2 showers. One shower has pretty good pressure and the push button stays on about 40 seconds. The other shower has dribble and you have to push the button about every 15 seconds. Most of the loops are in trees with marginal drainage (it rained a lot) with paved pads and some are pretty flat others not so much. Loop D is the loop of choice. It is out of the trees and most of the sites are out in the open the down side is they are not very private. The roads are rough pavement. Verizion MiFi worked fine. Be sure and lock up you cars, RV's doors and compartments. There were at least 3 thefts out of vehicles that were left open when we stayed there. If we're back in the area we'd probably stay here again, reluctantly. - pumper9x9
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Lots of potholes as you enter and on internal roads. Trash overflowing from bins. Beach is at least a 1/4 mile from closest site. Most sites overgrown and dark...pass up this place. - bugsy
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Off the beaten path, off Hwy 101. Turn left immediately after the bridge: next to the Gift Shop. Funky check-in via the Gift Shop up front. Service was friendly and helpful. Spartan facilities weren't used. Only 2 long-termers in the park. No shade but plenty of fog. Would stay again: especially if cheaper. - cdfdale
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 2017 - $38.00
Basically a large parking lot with hookups. Well kept and lots of friendly people catching lots of crab etc. At check in the clerk told us our site was pretty unlevel and that she had other options if it did not work out, so that was nice. We made it work but she was not kidding, in 24' it sloped about 7". The other reviews pretty much cover it, although I would say that many sites do required front to back leveling, not as extreme as ours but be ready. It is too bad that it's not a little better designed, could be more of a destination spot since it is in a great location. The town of Charleston is about the same, lots of potential but just kind of leaves you wanting more. The other beach parks in the area are always full so this is a good option for spur of the moment get aways and I an sure we will be back. We felt safe and comfortable thanks to all the nice folks we encountered so that's a big plus. - RestlessRVrs
May 2017 - $40.00
Way off the beaten path if you are traveling up 101. It is on the far harbor and takes half an hour to wind your way to the area off 101 prior to getting into Coos Bay town. Not good unless you are actually going here to crab etc. The place is fine and is a marina so a large parking lot with hookups and facilities. We made the mistake of thinking this was a good stop over because it was on a bay. - FrancisandRenee
Mar 2017 - $50.00
We paid $49.82 for 1 night in yurt, the web site listed the price at $48.00. We were there to go crabbing, well the didn't list on the web nor told us the crab cooker was removed so we couldn't cook any crabs. The lady at the counter told me at check in, if I leave to see if I could find a room or over campground she would cancel my reservation and wouldn't let us stay, keep in mind, I hadn't checked in yet. Of course being last minute, all the other cabins and rooms were taken. The place was a ghost town and the other 2 campgrounds were full. I know why, it's the management. - RV George
Jan 2018 - $36.00
Owners are great, very friendly, very helpful. Would definitely stay there again. Dogs are welcome on leash. - Jacki Smith
Sep 2017 - $38.00
Relaxed quiet park. Efficient utilities, clean and controlled grounds, great washrooms and free shower with tons of hot water. Strong, fast WiFi and friendly, helpful owners who live onsite. Pull through for small or large rigs. Safe, well lit at night and close to town. Community room with TV and laundry. - RobC
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This was a great find. Located on the outskirts of Bandon, OR. Robbin's Nest is a small, extremely well run park. Pull throughs are long and spacious. Well maintained gravel and grass spaces. Internet is good. The best part is the owners. The current owners purchased the park 2 years ago after camping for 25 years and staying at the park. They know what works at an RV Park. We were invited to their 2 year anniversary barbeque. They supplied hamburgers, hot dogs, and barbeque chicken along with drinks for 34 people. It was a terrific night. The community room was stocked with a personal album designed for local sightseeing and things to do. More personal touches. Pets are welcomed and lots of place to walk the dog. The park is about 4 miles out of town and well worth the drive. Just minutes from the ocean and beaches. And, at night, the sound of the ocean and nothing else. 20 degrees cooler than inland. We will go back! - Ivan46