15 Parks near Langlois, Oregon
Sep 2016 - $37.00
The sites are big and you are not very close to your neighbors. You're in the trees so there is not much sun, even on a sunny day.
They serve breakfast every morning but only two picnic tables. We took our food back to our rig.
The sites are dusty dirt. OK unless it rains, then it's mud. - Linda dlm
May 2016 - $46.00
First let me start this review with the fact that we camped in a 45 motorhome with tow. This campground's owners are amazing. They are super friendly and accommodating. They just bought the place a year ago and are making improvements. This is a very clean place with a great grass area for kids to play. They also have a pool. This campground is great for those who are wanting a woodsy camping experience. This place has a ton of trees and bushes that gives that feel. The only downside to that is it is HARD to maneuver a large motorhome or trailer. My husband has drove truck for decades and even he had to really think about how to get out without hitting a tree or bush.
If I had a smaller motorhome, trailer, tent or wanted to stay in a cabin I would DEFINITELY stay here again. - Rbkranch
Jun 2015 - $44.00
This is probably the nicest KOA we've stayed at. Beautiful shaded grounds and spacious sites. This really fit our criteria for a great place to stay; no full timers and you're not packed in so close you're staring at your neighbor's sewer line. Our site was toward the back and it was nice and quiet. No road noise. There is also a nice big dog park that was very clean and convenient. Great place for families; every evening they ran a little train through the park carrying kids and parents. Nice friendly staff. We will stay here again. - SiskiyouSenior
Oct 2015 - $22.00
This is a great county park a few miles out of Langlois. RV sites are paved and have 50 amp electricity, water, picnic tables and fire rings. All of these sites are in the center of the loop. There are tent sites on the outer edge of the loop with nice flat areas for pitching a tent. The park has a dump station which is free to campers. The campground is on a lake, but the ocean is not far. You can see the ocean and hear the surf pounding on the shore from the campground. We would definitely stay here again. - Bobbi1948
Sep 2015 - $4.00
Nice, quiet forest campground with both trees and a large grassy area so you can get some sunshine. All sites have a picnic table and a fire ring. No hookups, radio, Internet, or phone, but you can get satellite TV if you have it. The thing to know about this park is that the signage on the road is easy to miss. The park is after milepost 4 on the left side of the road. There is a boat launch and day use area on the right side of the road. We would definitely stay here again. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2015 - $8.00
I loved it here. Best thing about it is our 36 ft motorhome and 16 ft tow fit perfectly in spot 19 which is so private with a stream and tree coverage everywhere. If you have a fifth wheel or smaller RV/trailer, parking in the grassy area is great too. Boondock a few days and get away from it all. Best place for the price anywhere!! - ErinF
Sep 2011 - $8.00
Nice two-lane paved road to camp. Camp road gravel. Many sites in grass meadow, with no site pad, so an RV may park any direction. One water spigot for camp, with threaded connection. 2 Universal access toilets in camp, both have two vault toilets, with solar lights. Each site has picnic table, fire ring. Edson Creek is in back of camp with easy access. Creek is not visible through trees. Sixes River day use is next to camp, with deep water pools. My MiFi worked here. Easy to move a big rig through camp. Camp is hosted. Camp is surrounded by trees, but is fairly sunny. - airtravel
Sep 2016 - $22.00
One of the best state parks we've ever visited. Large private sites in middle of mature forest. Clean bathrooms with free hot showers.. Moderate cell reception with Verizon. Did find a signal for our TV satellite. Beautiful beach nearby. Dump out of service. Loved fact all walk-in because we travel without reservations. About 1/4 available late Tuesday afternoon. - smitty12
Nov 2015 - $29.00
This is our favorite Oregon State Park. There is a maze of trails through the dense forest between the campground and the ocean bluffs. There is a great beach to walk or drive on too. It is very quiet here and well protected from the storms. Plenty of large sites (compared to many other coastal state parks) for big rigs too. Nice hosts and park employees along with the well maintained facilities make this place a ten! Host sites with sewer hook ups are available to the public during the winter season. - americana
Sep 2015 - $22.00
It would be nice if all state parks could reach the level of Cape Blanco State Park. The park is beautifully laid out my large very private campsites. There are lots of interesting trails adjacent to the campsite to go either for a stroll or a serious hike. The setting is deep and dense forest on a bluff overlooking a stunning beach and bay, with the lighthouse not too far off in the distance. I could hear the waves crashing below from my campsite in the mood changed frequently with the fog drifting in or out. The campground seems to be exceptionally well run. We were approached by the camp host who was on duty. He was very outgoing and help us select our site and fill out the forms. It was very hospitable and welcoming.
The showers and bathrooms were well-maintained despite the constant onslaught of kids tracking dirt and pine needles in. in. With the heavily wooded campsites, there was a nice feeling of privacy, though you could hear the sounds of other campers. - Chazbo
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Very pleasant park. Small but very neat and clean. Outstanding WI-FI!!! The owner was very nice and helpful on local information. Sites were very large. AT&T cell service was perfect. - pismo
Jul 2016 - $28.00
this small park 3 miles south of Bandon is a delight!! It is a friendly place, and you feel right at home, even with the long-term rigs and people. You are just a couple miles from the beach waysides and access to the gorgeous Pacific Ocean coast in this part of Oregon. The small coastal community of Bandon has everything you could for a coastal adventure from sightseeing to beaches to great food to boat trips to even world-class golf at Bandon Dunes. If you are looking for a convenient and relaxing place to stay with good space for your RV...this is the one to choose when you stay in Bandon. - btsweetbaby
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The current owners have owned the park for a year. They were very friendly and helpful - we needed to adjust our TV for the park's cable and they both came to the unit to solve our problem. The place is quiet, the neighboring campers friendly, the mostly pull-through sites level and not crowded together, and the community room well maintained and stocked with a large exchange library. We would be happy to return. - adley s
Jun 2016 - $32.00
We needed a place to stay one night and many of the other parks were booked solid in the busy season. Based on other reviews this place sounded acceptable and we found it so. As with many small parks it appears that many folks are living here full time however we did not get the impression that it is in any way rundown. All the sites were neatly maintained. The utilities were very easy to access and our site was spacious yet spartan. No unnecessary frills. Someone had complained about the lack of cable TV but we were offered a list of channels which we did not use. The WiFi worked perfectly. - housecar
Mar 2016 - $22.00
We drove to another RV park on Beach Loop Road and the navigator said keep on driving, it just wasn't inviting looking. We continued on to Beach Loop RV Village where the navigator saw the grounds and said "we are staying a week". The park is very well maintained, circled on most sides with evergreen trees, and a cranberry farm on one side. The sites are spacious with nice grass areas between them.
They escorted us to a pull-thru site and provided information about the park and the local area. Our site had 50 amp, water and sewer. The water pressure is about 30 psi. The free wi-fi is good with good speed.
Things must have improved since the older, lower ratings. The park is well laid out, clean and inviting. We paid the weekly rate of $150, very good price for the park and amenities. - Navy RV Traveler
Jul 2015 - $21.00
New owners in 2012 have been spending money to improve the facilities. The rec room and clubhouse are freshly painted and carpeted. The equipment and furniture all look to be new. The laundry has 3 washers & dryers that look fairly recent, $1 per load each. The grounds are well manicured and clean. The appearance of the park is very nice. 35 spaces now but they are adding 30 more. The park is very quiet and away from highway 101 noise. There are a small number of long term sites that are clean and neat. - Windshift
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Small park, very friendly atmosphere, long term sites well kept, grounds well cared for. On Friday there was a baked potato pot luck. Baked potatoes were supplied and guests brought other items. Nice chance to get together with others. Would stay again. - Msims
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We stayed 5 nights at this very well run park. Even though the site we had was narrow, it did allow us to open slide outs on both sides. The park's hospitality was superb and very managed. - XYZ123
Jun 2016 - $18.00
Small RV park with very friendly staff. Large level gravel lots. Easy to navigate around park. Good WiFi and cable TV. - Namaste-1961
Sep 2016 - $38.00
This is just an OK park. It could be a whole lot better if some effort was made to improve the landscaping. The RV sites are a good size with reasonable spacing separated by grass. The problem is that the grass is dead and full of weeds. This goes for the other landscaping as well. There are no trees, so what you end up with is a big lot with weeds. There are a lot of full timers with makeshift add-ons, this gives the place a run down and trashy feel. We were in a space that was close to 101 so there was also a lot of road noise. We would stay there again only as a 2nd choice and if not so close to the freeway. - newbies2016
Sep 2016 - $39.00
Nice park - have stayed here in the past as it is a great place to do laundry amongst other things ( but not cheap). Younger woman in the office was so talkative on the phone I had to wait 10+ minutes to check in. Paid and all and she told me the site. No instructions or even a map until I asked for it. All other staff were great. As said, the small spaces between the sites were dead grass and dead bushes. And same all around the common areas in the park. - AZSwede
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Great little park. No activities so maybe not good for families but it was exactly what we wanted. Very nice staff. Easy access with big rig. Good place to walk dogs. Wifi and cable worked great. Convenient to town and area state parks. Site was gravel and level. Tip to those with 5th wheels or travel trailers....you need to park at the rear of your camper so pull up far enough to leave parking space. Would definitely stay again. - all4pets
Sep 2016 - $31.00
We stayed there a week. Nice RV Park. The Pros are:
1) Really helpful and friendly staff.
2) Very good WiFi
3) Park is well maintained and clean
The Cons are:
1) My site (#8) was close to 101 so there was a lot of road noise.
2) The site was very narrow with very little room between me and my neighbor.
3) There was no picnic table (probability) because of site width
4) There is no laundry room forcing you to go across the street which is expensive
There are a lot of full timers but this did not detract from the park all sites were well maintained and clean, everybody was friendly.
I would stay there again if I can get a site that is not so close to 101. - newbies2016
Aug 2016 - $27.00
The owners and camp host are very friendly and helpful. Dog-friendly with a small dog area complete with fire hydrants, and a field next door good for your larger dogs. Close to just about everything in town. Sites are a bit close, but everything fits and really, who hangs out around their rv with the coast so close? Great spot for exploring the area. - boomerang
Jul 2016 - $27.00
We stayed three nights and found it to be a great place to stay. The 101 hwy is close but we didn't have a problem with noise, and we were in a spot next to the road. The other reviews are exactly right. We were given a basket of goodies when we left. That was really thoughtful. See you again next year. - Jimmyk
Sep 2016 - $21.00
Rate quoted is based on a weekly rate. This is a small park a couple of blocks off of Pacific Coast Highway (US 101). Though there are some seasonal or permanents, the park is well-maintained. The manager was very accommodating. Our site was adequate size for our 36-ft and medium-duty tow vehicle though it was not what I would call "spacious." We don't typically use campground bathrooms or showers so we can't comment on those. The only short-coming is that they don't accept credit cards - cash only. The cable required a converter box for which they hold a $100 cash deposit but once hooked up, it worked well and we had no problems getting our deposit refunded when we left. the WiFi (which is free) was excellent - fast and strong signal probably the best we've experienced in a campground. Overall our experience was very positive. - GypsiesAtHeart
Sep 2014 - $27.00
This is a small, well kept older park with small gravel interior roads, level spots, very clean. Some monthly residents. The Wi-Fi is excellent! We stayed here 3 nights. We are very well satisfied with our stay. It is 3 blocks off hwy 101 in Port Orford. Stock up on groceries and gas before you get there. The grocery store seemed expensive--over $4 for a bag of potato chips. Anyhow, the sunsets are great, and the park is very nice. Paradise Point is a great place to watch the sunset. It is just outside of the city limits. I recommend this park. - Jim Lee
May 2014 - $25.00
This was a very quiet little park. The Wi-Fi was excellent and the park's restrooms were clean and well kept up. We would stay here again. - hippiegypsy