22 RV Parks near Depoe Bay, Oregon
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
Nov 2017 - $16.00
It's so easy to fall in love with this place. Looking for a campground that gives you ocean views, a natural feel, and a non-parking-lot-like site? This is it. Don't want to be charged for amenities you'd never use even if they had 'em? This is it. Submitted a reservation inquiry online one night; received an email reply and phone call the next day. Originally reserved for two weeks. Was going to go to Eugene but after seeing the RV parks there, realized Seal Rocks was way better park for way better price so ended up staying another two weeks. Staff and management were very nice; often out-and-about even in the rain maintaining and improving the park. No two RV sites are the same here. May seem difficult to back-in to some sites, but just ask the staff for the best approach, take your time, and it'll be fine. If you have windows on drivers side, you'll see the ocean from sites 2, 3, 4. Site 2 is crazy long and fit our 40' fifth wheel, cycle trailer, motorcycles, truck and SUV lined up in a row. Site 4 is much shorter but fit our 40' and we parked our SUV perpendicular in front of it (truck & trailer went into overflow parking). Both sites were level, nice firepit and picnic table. Gravel under/around the RV and the rest of the site is grass. Got a bit mushy as it rained nearly everyday, but they allowed us to put our rug out. Be cautious, it can get very windy. New, bigger fenced-in dog area is in the works. Wifi worked well for surfing and streaming. Also had cable TV! Passport America discount offered for a whole week - amazing! Trees and natural shrubs/bushes all around, along with wildlife. Walk to the beach is very easy (plus there are benches) and we found more tidepool creatures here than in other areas. Be sure to go down at low and high tides to see the difference. Best views and one of the best values we've found in our travels. Aug 2018 was filling up back in Nov 2017 so reserve early for summer. Park was mostly empty in Nov, except for Thanksgiving. - FrozenWaters
Oct 2017 - $39.00
This park has spectacular ocean views. It is across Hwy 101 from the beach but has easy access down a path. We stayed here for a week and were sorry to leave this lovely spot. - Layla
Sep 2017 - $55.00
We stayed at Seal Rocks RV Cove for a week in a 40' fifth wheel. We were in site #43, an ocean view site with 50 amp. It was a back-in but there was plenty of room so backing in was not difficult. We loved the view of the Pacific Ocean from our living room windows. The beach is a short walk down a path and across Hwy 101. The campground is a short drive from a lot of popular locations. Newport is only 10 miles to the north; Yachats is about 17 miles south; and Florence is only about 38 miles south. The campground lacks some of the amenities often found at RV parks, such as a laundry room or pool, but the proximity to the ocean made up for that. The wifi is better than average for a campground. It often worked well but at times it would drop frequently. The only real negative is the constant highway noise from US 101 but the view more than compensated for that. We would definitely return to this campground if we were back in the area. - Phil G