30 Parks near Newport, Oregon
Nov 2016 - $32.00
We arrived without reservations at 1pm and many sites available this time of year. Pick a site and self register. All sites on the loops of all sections are back-in with full hookups including cable TV. Had good Verizon 4G. Access to ocean is under a beautiful highway 101 bridge. Our site as all sites are tree covered. - RJourney
Sep 2016 - $21.00
Large campground nestled in the forest. Right off Highway 101 but very quiet. Paved and level sites with water and electric hookups. Dump station across the check in office. Sites are not too far from each other but the greenery makes for some privacy. The road through the campground is a little narrow especially when you drive through the loops left and right from the main road. We have towed our 34' fifth wheel through and managed. Now with a truck camper it's a breeze. Just take it slow and steady. This was our second stay at Beverly Beach SP but not our last one. - TheSchweitzers
Sep 2016 - $42.00
This is a family and dog friendly "campground". (Not an RV Park for fancy RV "snobs".) The showers and restrooms were nice. Great Granddaughter loved the playground! There was a nice trail in the trees around the campground to walk the dogs. Access to a beautiful sunset on the beach was easy for all four generations. We plan to go back again asap. - River Nana
Jan 2017 - $22.00
Park is clean, has paved roads and sites plus good utilites. Our pull through site was long enough for our 38 foot fifth wheel and very large truck. Parking our jeep required some maneuvering. Both the office staff and camp host are very friendly. We are here in the off season and the park is virtually empty but when someone does pull into the site next door, you realize how close and narrow they are. The roadways are fairly narrow as well which might present a challenge for longer rigs when pulling out of the site, depending upon what is parked across from you. The campground also has an annex which is are gravel campsites next to a hotel as well as a dry camping area. We have been very happy during our stay and would return. - PBuds
Oct 2016 - $39.00
The campground is a large asphalt lot with pull-thru sites on the harbor with a view of the bridge. Each site is bordered with landscape scrubs. The sites are on asphalt and long enough for both our fifth wheel and truck. The utilities were well situated and worked as expected. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It's a good location from which to see all the sights along US 101 in this area. - 15243
Sep 2016 - $33.00
Says there are about 144 sites. What they don't say is that 52 sites are in "the annex". No tables. For "annex" with 52 sites there are exactly two (2) restrooms, both with showers, so if you just need a quick bathroom, good luck. No Good Sam discounts for The Annex, either. Laundry is on main site 1/4 mile away. Fairly clean, bathrooms very old. Sites ok. Located almost under the bridge, lots of traffic noise. WiFi would not connect over three days with several of our devices. - Jenna69
6225 Oregon Coast Highway Newport, Oregon 97365 (map) | (541) 265-3750
Sites: 213 | Latest Rate: $109.00 | 86 Reviews
Sep 2016 - $109.00
A very nice coach resort, with a wonderful few over the pacific and a direct access to the beach.
The sides are big enough for any size of motor coach and the wide streets makes it easy to get in and out.
The reason why 8 instead of 10 points is that for this price I missed wifi, HD channels and more showers & restrooms. - Columbus
Sep 2016 - $130.00
Absolutely beautiful! Our site (#141) was a pull-in overlooking the ocean. View of the lighthouse out our front window. Nicely landscaped lot with a wind screen (which is needed), concrete patio. The park is well maintained, personnel were friendly, sites are large with lots of grass, roads are easy to maneuver. Private beach. A gorgeous setting. - Freedom Bus
Sep 2016 - $66.00
This is a resort for class A and C motor homes only and the length has to be at least 25ft. The resort is very clean and the staff if very friendly. The resort is on the ocean but only a few sites have ocean view, the majority has non and the view is as in any other resort: you're looking at your neighbours motor home. Furthermore there are two swimming pools with hot tubs and the inside pool has also a sauna.
There is quit a bit of noise caused by the highway and during the day there's also noise from workers at the resort, like pressure washing one RV pad for 5 hours (it was ridiculous). Altogether I find the resort over priced for what they are offering. - henny04
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Pulled in here looking for one night close to the bay. This is almost all long term residents in run down units. Would not return. - Cc rambler
Sep 2012 - $33.00
If you like crabbing and/or fishing, this is the place to go. Newport is fairly close. Very run down, gravel road in park. Staff helpful. Fire rings available in sites. Cell reception/WiFi excellent. - tudugger
Jun 2010 - $35.00
Rustic describes the park if you are site 1-12; very poor if you are in the other sites. They are more like a storage lot. Our site had 50-amp FHU but some have 30-amp in this area. We faced the river 20' away. Fire ring, cable at site. Road is approx 50' behind the rig. Almost no traffic on the road that follows the river bank 4 miles from town. Office and other guests extremely friendly. Nightly rate over priced for the facility and distance to town. Sites are rather close. Would return if in the area. If you have a boat and want to fish they are equipped for your visit. - Workamper04
Sep 2016 - $33.00
I will start by saying this is a nice park, but HUGE! We were placed about as far from the entrance as could be. What we did not know upon entering, there is only ONE trash site and it is in the entrance of the park. The other thing we were unaware of, you need to buy your firewood upon entering the park. Other parks we visited they would come around with it. Since it was close to a mile back to the entrance and we are elderly with limited walking, we could not go back once the MH is set up. Luckily I flagged down some nice park workers and they sent out a ranger and he went and got our firewood for us. Then after 3 days we decided to rent a car to be able to see the local sites. First night another employee knocks on our door at 8:30 and needs to collect an additional $7.00 for the extra (?) car. Had we towed the car in, there would not of been a charge. Does this make ANY sense? We were told to address it with higher ups, they could not help us. I have since done this, to no avail. It's an old rule on the Oregon books to discourage others from joining you once you enter the park. I get that, but our rental car did not take up any additional space and there was only 2 of us the whole time! Does not seem fair. - Judy n CA
Sep 2016 - $32.00
We spent a total of 10 days in this Oregon State park in three different sites. This is a really large, very popular park. If you enjoy peace and quiet, don't even think about coming here on a weekend during summer months, or, God forbid, a holiday weekend....it is ugly! During the week, it is actually a pretty plesant place to stay. Easy access (mostly paved paths) to the wonderful dog friendly beach which is a few miles long. Friendly hosts, volunteers, and Rangers do a good job keeping the park clean and tree branches trimmed for (the most part) to make it a big rig friendly park. Pruning shears may be needed at a few sites. Easy walking distance to the beach, jetty, pier, brewery, and harbor. If you like beaches, you can easily spend several relaxing hours walking the beach (low tide is best). The main road to each of the loops can be a bit busy with cars and walkers but has the easiest access for backing into your site. Most any outside loop sites are big rig friendly with 45 degree back in angles. The inside sites are at 90 degrees and much shorter. Our favorite loop is the G loop (F is our second), as long as you get an outside loop spot. While a bit further from the beach, you do get some much larger sites with some privacy between them. Our G9 spot, while pretty, was a bit hairy getting into with our 43' rig, but this looked to be the worst in the loop. Two of our sites had satellite reception, G9 did not due to trees. Very good Verizon coverage. - Jerry and Betsy
Aug 2016 - $37.00
We were last minute so we didn't have a big choice of sites. We ended up on the entrance road across from the comp hosts. That considered, we ere not disturbed by the road. This park has great access to the beach and plenty of shade. Flat sites and nice spacing. - Cc rambler
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This park is almost entirely long term residents. Facilities are pretty run down. Convenient to the Embarcadero. - Cc rambler
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Nice clean modern campground. Level lots. Close to the Aquarium.
Internet came and went. Cable tv was fine. We were happy with our stay and would stay here again. Bike paths were nearby. - Sir_Charles395
Sep 2013 - $36.00
Spaces are very close together and unlevel. No view of water but close to the marina in Newport. Won't be staying here again. - ckharvey
Sep 2016 - $55.00
This is a membership park and run a little differently than what we are use to. We did have a reservation but found out we did not have a site assigned. We checked in and the ranger was not very welcoming. Handed us a sheet and told us to drive in and find a site, there are plenty to choose from, pick one, fill out the sheet, and return it to him. Well, not very many sites were left, especially ones that would fit our 5th wheel. We chose one that was dug into a hill just wide and long enough for the camper. Really tight.
We also had rain one night, mud all over the place. Not a place that we would go to again, let alone become members of. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2016 - $1.00
Overall an enjoyable park to stay in with pool, hot tub, shuffleboard, horse shoes, etc. Great location and nice concrete pads with cable, but most are tightly packed together and the road is tight to maneuver into spots.
The park itself is split into 2 divided by SE 123rd Street. You check in on the South Side where they give you a map with all the sites including length and satellite access. The South side of the Park is a long one-way road with camping spots on either side dumping out onto 123rd a bit farther East. The South Side of the Park has a dog run, Frisbee golf, family lounge, pool, hot tub (small), horse shoes, and beach access.
You can cross the street where the one-way ends, to enter the North side where there are several more spots and an adult lounge with shuffleboard and tv. - Bay Area Early retirees
Aug 2016 - $51.00
DO NOT STAY HERE!! Pictures taken at Whalers Rest, Newport Oregon, a Thousand Trails RV Park. This is RAW sewage on the ground. You can see the site next to you. Has a septic line right by your front door. NO way to sit out in the extra small postage stamp of grass with the smell of septic. We complained 2 days straight, on the 3rd day I went to the office to see the manager. Upon my open complaint of "crap" in the yard, we were asked to leave for cursing at the staff. We are reporting to Health Department. We were leaving the next morning, but with this event demanded a full refund which they gave us.
There is NO WiFi at this park unless you want to go sit in their club house computer room. The cable TV that hardly worked was $3.00 a day extra. No cell phone service. The pool had crabs, my husband took out two crab shells, legs and claws. The walk around the indoor pool was narrow and slippery, dangerous for young children. The hot tub seats 4 people & had an odor. Playground was in poor condition. Many unkept trailers, Looks like they've been parked for years. - Magicalwoman
Jul 2015 - $36.00
Zero privacy. So close together you share a panic table. Left without even hooking up. Not close to the ocean, unless you risk your life crossing Hwy 101.
Sorry Forgarty, we will never return. - Jim Morgan
Nov 2013 - $32.00
An older park that is in desperate need of TLC. The office and bath house/laundry room were not clean, the dumpsters were overflowing, and landscaping has not been maintained. Layout is very awkward for today’s larger RVs to easily navigate in/out of sites. WiFi is flaky, at best. On the upside, the park is in close proximity to the beautiful Pacific Ocean and just a short distance from the quaint town of Depoe Bay. - Ann M.
Oct 2010 - $27.00
First the good news! Depoe Bay and the neighboring cities are beautiful and the area, itself is lovely with spacious beaches. Now for Fogarty Creek RV Park. The park is mainly for year round residents and while most of them are well maintained, some are not. The spaces for the over-nighters are in the middle of the park surrounded by the previously mentioned year round lodgings and are exposed on all sides with very few trees. The feeling is like that of being on stage with little or no privacy. The cement slabs are in a direct line with each other and if you don't have either a front or back slab but rather a middle slab I have no idea how you would be able to place your trailer. The park has absolutely no personality and we would not return. - TwelveOaks
Oct 2016 - $49.00
Had reservations to stay 4 nights. Had to cancel early due to tornado warnings. They said that would never happen there and that I would forfeit my deposit. Well, it did happen. Sites are very close together. Staff is not friendly at all and not accommodating. They did not honor their rain check policy either. Will never book there again. - Retired Rick
Aug 2016 - $48.00
Has both wooded and oceanside/oceanview gravel sites with the ocean sites on three terraced levels. Lower two levels have on-site parking, but have a road between sites and ocean. Upper level has unobstructed view but sites are narrow and tow vehicle parking in adjacent lot; however, visitors often park in those spots so no space for registered vehicles. Rest rooms and showers clean and modern with one facility in wooded area and another by the ocean sites. Well-stocked store and friendly and cooperative staff. Tip on reserving ocean sites...prime sites (88-94) are taken a year out...we have reserved our site for 2017. - CobberHerk
Jun 2016 - $50.00
Clean, well-kept park. Gravel roads. Spaces somewhat tight. Beautiful beach. There is a tree hanging slightly into the road that we managed to scrape with the top edge of our fifth wheel when we were attempting a wide turn! (Apparently, we weren't the first--large area of bark scraped off.) Ended up costing $7000 to repair. Thank goodness for insurance! - fifth wheeler
Aug 2016 - $37.00
The entrance to the park is a steep driveway compared to most, but very doable. The first sites are a little rough and look like permanent residents. There is a row of sites that are along the river and basically quite nice.
Not much here. 10 miles north to Lincoln City or 10 miles south to Depoe Bay. No wifi and cable is poor quality. The maintenance guy was very helpful. Propane was $2.70 gal.
We saw lots of herons on the docks and an occasional seal swimming in the river raising havoc with the fishermen.
Looking for a rustic park on the river, this is that. - Alpenlite35RK
Aug 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. - beach89bum
Jul 2015 - $38.00
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. - Nat02