Date of Stay: August, 2016 - $16.00
We stayed here with the Passport America rate. Mostly long term residents but sites are very well maintained. Short term sites are very long on gravel but quite close together with only room to walk between your adjacent neighbor. Full hookups with only 30amp power. A very good deal when traveling the Oregon Coast during the summer months when most parks are difficult to find a spot. The person who checked us in was very helpful and informative. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Quite a bit longer than my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
Tow Vehicle Parking
Tips for other Campers:
The park manager recommended the 1285 Resto Bar which was excellent.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $17.00
Small park with only 12 sites for travelers, mostly monthlies but very well maintained. Cable and satellite signal good, Wi-Fi signal strong and free. No lake access and no trees. Clean laundry and restrooms. Paved roads with gravel pull thru sites with FHU sites with table, quiet. Well maintained and very friendly and helpful on site managers. We would stay there again. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $15.00
The price is based on a Passport America discount. The campground is located on Hwy 101. Close to Florence--five minutes by car. Nevertheless, it is relatively quiet, even at night. The campground has only few lots. Better phone the owner first. The owner is very nice. There are very good cable TV and Wi-Fi. We did not look at the showers, toilets, or laundry. The place is definitely worth its $15. We will be happy to come back. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
An old trailer park with a few spaces for travelers, mostly PA members. What makes this worth $15 is the extensive cable TV, closeness to Florence, and the price. The showers and restrooms are OK, but water reeks of rust. The laundry still has rusty machines that we noticed 2 years ago. If you are desperate enough, this place is tolerable for a night. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Rate was for Passport America. Nice little park with just a few RV spots. More like a mobile home park with a few transient spots. The RV spots are MUCH too close together, I can open my door and touch the RV parked next to me. Wi-Fi is open and works well, no obstacles to satellite reception, and the spot is level. Utilities work just fine. A few grass areas for pets but no dog run. All in all a good spot for one night while driving the Oregon Coast but would not want to be here for more than one day. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
I found this park to be clean and well maintained but no recent upgrades. The WiFi in the park is excellent and that is not always the case in our travels. It is a very quiet park with just the basics needed to stay. The bath house was clean to start with, but I think my family was the only one using it, so we just cleaned up after ourselves and made sure it stayed that way. Aside form a small rec room with exercise equipment, TV, library exchange and a table for lots of puzzles on the shelves, there are no other activities here. That being said, it worked well for us to park for the week and explore the dunes, Florence and even took a trip up to the outlet malls in Lincoln City and the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport. They did offer us a discount for cash, so you may want to ask about that. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
We're giving this park a "6" rating mostly because it's a good deal w/ PA ($14.50 cash), for this area, and it does have the basics. But the little laundry room has old, rusty machines, the bathrooms weren't cleaned during our 4 day stay, and the manager is never in the office. There are really just 5 sites available: the pull throughs in front. The back-ins are taken by seasonals and perms. It rained every day and turned the grassy sites into a swamp. They do have a library and 3 fitness machines, plus recycling. It's about 5 miles from town. Will return, mostly for the price and area. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $14.00
Passport rate $13.50 plus tax. Very nice combo RV / Mobile Home park. Not many RV sites so I would call first. Saw a couple of people come in and get turned away. We are right behind the office in a row of 6 nice long level pull-throughs. Site is 30 amp, water, sewer, Cable TV, and excellent Wi-fi. At mile post 195 on US-101, just south of Old Town Florence. Access to the National Dunes NRA is nearby. Outstanding value for the Passport America rate. We would stay again. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.