Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $38.00
It is a gorgeous location but they got too greedy and crammed everyone up too close together. So you cannot really enjoy any of your own space. Lovely river and boat, fishing dock right behind our space( 22). the WiFi from our spot was impossible. They said we would have to walk down to the office if we wanted to connect. We were at the other end of the park. For some reason we lost the spot we were supposed to be in (12) when we made the reservation. There were many campfires, which surprised me because I thought there was a ban on burning because of the drought. the fishermen start very early in the morning and since our site (22) was backed up to the dock you were awakened by them talking and such before 6:00 AM. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
This is a small park right on the Siletz River near Lincoln City, Oregon. Older park with beautiful setting. The amenities are limited. There are 20+ riverside sites. and probably 3 times as many smaller sites just back from the river. There are plenty of tent sites. There are several "tree Houses", basically small KOA style cabins on stilts. There is only one bathroom but there are several porta-potties scattered around for the tent sites. The Wifi is marginal and the owner turns it off at 9:30 at night. Only scant Verizon cell service and no ATT that I could see with my tablet. Seems like several families camping in tent sites. I think many of the clients are fishermen. No dog run, but plenty of places to walk the dog. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
Decent little park in a beautiful setting on the Siletz River. The scenery is nice, but the owner shutting off the internet at 10pm is inexcusable and is doubly insulting when they tell you it's because everyone does video and games. Then they totally shut it off one day and told us they had used up all their data allowance! So, NO more Internet until next month! The rest of the utilities were ok. Verizon was very weak here. Also, the park required very careful maneuvering for our 40' rig. There were quite a few OLD rigs in the park, right up front, but everyone we talked with was very nice. There were a lot of tent campers and kids, and there's a boat ramp and marina here, too. The wind blows like crazy in Oregon, but the trees give you a little break here. The owners were polite, but the Internet thing is unbelievable. We won't be back. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $16.00
The terms Resort and Marina are overstatements. For them, Marina means 2-3 boat capacity dock. Recreation facilities are in poor condition. Showers and restroom building needs to be replaced. Terrible condition and moldy. Friendly owners who even took a picture of our campsite and made a brochure for us featuring it. Pretty cool. Wi-Fi was poor and no TV reception. Would not stay there again. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $18.00
Nice looking sites when not flooded due to no drainage and a small narrow drive way. Owners are nice but they shut off the internet (at 10pm every night) and block what web sites you can go to (EBAY and others). The shower is extremely small and they say 50 amp service but it is not (took 4 times longer to heat things in the microwave than other campgrounds). They only get 19 fuzzy channels (cable), over all not worth the PA price of $18.00 per night! Stay some where else if possible. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $21.00
Really cute resort: on the waterfront of the river. Has a boat launching ramp, dock, boat rentals, bait/tackle, fish cleaning hut/station. Very friendly and helpful owners and fellow campers. Grounds has volleyball, tetherball, horseshoes and of course fishing. There are also 5 adorable treehouses for rent. Only stayed one night, but would love to stay longer. Pet Friendly. Highly recommended. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $27.00
Coyote Rock RV Park is a rustic fishing camp located on the Siletz River. The owner and staff were very friendly. The roads and pads are gravel. About one third of the sites are on the river. The remaining sites are either open or shaded by mature trees. The entrance to the park is very steep. If you like to fish, this could be your park. Twenty pound fish were regularly caught in the Siletz. It’s a Passport America park. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects "Passport America" one-half price per night. We have stayed in this RV Park the last three times we have been here and always enjoy it. The owner/manager are very nice people and always try to accommodate you in any way they can. The Siletz River is right by the park plus they have a dock you can fish from. It is close enough to Lincoln City and yet still in the country so you get the country feel. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
The front office staff was very helpful and personable. We got a site across the road (#24) from the riverfront sites which I think was a better deal. Our site was nearly 2 sites big compared to the others which looked awful close to me. The entrance to the park was quite steeply down hill with a sharp turn to the right, almost too sharp for my toad on a dolly. The park Wi-Fi was very slow and iffy, I did much better with my Verizon hot spot. The are many nice shade trees and the utilities worked well. The view on the river was lovely and being a ways out of town made it very quiet. Our rate was Passport America. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. We chose a riverfront site, which backed right up to the Siletz River. The employees here are very nice. Only one washer and dryer and the spaces are a little tight. They do a great job of helping people back in, so don`t be put off by it. Electric is low at times. We would definitely camp here again. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Fifth Wheel.
We have come to this campground for over 20 years, back when the salmon fishing was actually good on the Siletz River. Unfortunately the Chinook runs have diminished and it's rare for fishermen to catch a beautiful fish most days. All salmon are hatchery fish, so you can keep what you catch. The park has boat moorage which allows fishermen to take off early in the morning or come back late at dusk. There is crabbing in the Siletz bay; however ,negotiating the shallow bay waters can be significantly risky. The park sits back from the ocean a few miles which provides shelter from the strong coastal winds. There are many returning campers who are loyal to the park and may be rather cliquish for new campers wanting to enjoy the area. This park sits on a beautiful spot on the river and provides lots of activity for boating, fishing and relaxing. The owners live on the property and are wonderful hard working folks. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $15.00
Not sure why this park is listed twice here but anyway, this is a nice park on the river. It's quite a ways south of town, out in the country. You park on level dirt sites that are somewhat close together. Friendly staff. We would stay here again. We used Passport America. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $13.00
Our $13 rate was our Passport America Rate which they accepted without any problems in August. The campsite is very nice, the "Riverfront" sites are really nice and spacious and at a very reasonable price of $31. However we did not stay on the riverside, but our spot was spacious. The campsite is ideally situated about a mile off of the main road between Newport and Lincoln City. The campsite is quiet, and the people in the office are very friendly. Although we are on a river, I have yet to see a bug which is a welcoming break. The free WiFi is OK, it's fine to check emails and do some basic surfing, but it does drop on a regular basis. There is only ONE shower for the gents, and the water is slightly warmer than cold. If you like fishing and boating, then this is definitely a campsite for you. All in all I would definitely stay here myself again. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Travel Trailer.
What a nice park. Great location, off Hwy 101. The park owners and host were exceptionally nice. Camped riverside and it was great. Cable TV OK, and Wi-Fi was excellent. We would stay here again without a doubt. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
This has the best park owners we've ever encountered over 5 years of being on the road full-time. We wanted to stay longer so they let us move 3 different times. Our discounted rate was through Passport America. Saturday they have homemade sweet rolls if you get there by 9:00 a.m. River runs alongside the park and you can sit out by the river behind or in front of your rig if you're in a river site. Very family friendly. We would most definitely recommend this park and would go back again because the owners are so accommodating. I would have rated this park a 10 if it hadn't been for the dusty roads. We camped at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.