6 Parks near Newport, Oregon
Aug 2015 - $37.00
This is an old state park back in the forest. It is VERY busy so if you like a quiet park this isn't the place. The sites have asphalt to park your RV that are old and very uneven due to tree root growth. Make sure you bring plenty of boards for leveling. We needed all we had. No cell service or air TV in the area we were (loop F), if that matters to you. We wouldn't stay again or recommend this park to our friends. Way too rustic for our liking. - Ellie from Yakima WA
Jun 2015 - $23.00
We have stayed at this park many times over the past 10 years. B-loop is very hard to get a reservation for as it is very close to the beach and has a very high demand. Oregon allows up to nine months ahead of time to make a reservation in any of their state parks and with some sites they are constantly booked. This park also has yurts that are available for rent, but also almost impossible to reserve unless you call exactly nine months to the day of your requested days. We have never had a bad experience there and the volunteer staff have always been courteous and helpful. we have stayed in this park in a yurt, travel trailer, tent trailer, and a tent. - Jay Gustin
Jun 2015 - $25.00
The price includes an $8 online reservation fee and a multi-night discount. This campground, like all Oregon state campgrounds, is a wonderful place to stay. It is clean and quiet. The bathrooms and showers are immaculate even though the buildings are older. We had a large pull through site that was fairly level with plenty of privacy. This is a big campground with sites in B loop that are very close to the beach. There is a nice trail that goes around the campground that is good for walking, running, or walking your dog. Even though it was early in the season, the campground was almost full on the weekend. It would be a good idea to make reservations via the state campground site or the 800 number. You can make reservations it to 6 months in advance. Some full hookup sites have cable, but you can pull in several stations via your antenna. There is no wifi and we had no data and a very weak voice signal with Verizon. - Dale07
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
Aug 2013 - $30.00
Nice campground. It is a combination of permanent and transient campers and all units are fairly new and/or well maintained. The staff is super friendly and very efficient. Baths and showers aren't lavish, but they are maintained and clean. - cactuslady
Jul 2013 - $37.00
The camp host makes this park stand out from the rest. The host visited all campers and suggests attractions, views, hikes, and even specific dishes at different restraints. While the campground is not in the woods, the clean and modern laundry, showers, and proximity to attractions makes it a great place to visit. - Al and Carol
Newport, Oregon (map) | (541) 265-3750
Sites: 213 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 72 Reviews
Oct 2015 - $40.00
The place is immaculate. The sites are large and concrete with a manicured grass area. As they are mostly privately owned, some have walls and fireplaces etc. The staff is some of the friendliest we have dealt with. We had a nice view most of the time without paying for an ocean front. We had a monthly rate. We are going back next year! - piclif
Sep 2015 - $100.00
Beautiful park, amazing view. Nice spacious spots, clean laundry area, friendly people at the gate and great beach access. If you have a disability with walking, the beach access could be challenging. - ckharvey
Sep 2015 - $80.00
It is pricey, but I'd recommend it. We had a back in that had a view out the windshield of the ocean and Yaquina Head Lighthouse. If the park was full, our view would have been severely obscured, though. I'd even recommend spending the money on an oceanfront for a couple nights to experience the park and what it has to offer. There is a path down to the beach - kinda long and steep though, if you have leg or fitness issues. The beach is uncrowded and long, with a few tide pools. There are several viewing areas up top to sit and enjoy the view, if you don't go down to the water. Level, concrete sites with great utilities. Indoor swimming pool and spa and sauna were great; windows in 3 directions, made the time in the pool even more enjoyable. Gate code for entry. Check in before 8:45 p.m. Park is nice to ride your bike around. - A Hiker
Nov 2015 - $35.00
We booked to stay 3 nights and enjoyed the park and area, we stayed 5. Beautiful view of bridge & marina. Most of the sites are pull thru paved, full service (including cable tv), Internet connection free (but not consistent), told they are updating system soon. Easy walk to aquarium, science center, marina docks & can walk to town over the bridge (1mile). Clay the park host was valuable in telling us all about the area, including good restaurants, fresh seafood shops. Clay loves greeting everyone, he'll show you to your site and very friendly chap. We found it hard to leave this area....beaches nearby, shops, restaurants close by. - Live Life
Sep 2015 - $33.00
This is basically a large paved lot with full hook ups. There is some greenery/low shrubbery between the sites. You will not have a problem getting satellite in this park. The park is clean and well maintain with good maneuverability. While we did not use toilets nor showers, I did check and the facilities are very clean. However, there was only one shower, one toilet, and three sinks (this seemed small considering the number of sites).
Other than the marina, there are no amenities. This rv park is part of a larger Port of Newport Marina, which is located on the south side of the Yaquina bridge. You have easy access to the town and to the beach. The Rogue Nation Brewery is within easy walking distance. You can hear the barking of the seals from the Harbour District.
There is no dedicated dog area, but there is great walking paths and the beach (where dogs can go off leash) is nearby. - pdq
Sep 2015 - $38.00
Wifi worked well but I have a laptop plugin WiFi antennae.
TV not so good just OK. But I discovered if you use your RV antennae you get great reception on all major channels, HD quality reception.
We were at the annex and the site was very spacious but no view. - Bill and Patti
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
Oct 2015 - $27.00
No sewer hook up but such a wonderful place if you like being in the woods. We were able to get satellite in our space. We wouldn't go any other place. - NancyKurimay
Jul 2015 - $29.00
Typical of Oregon State Parks - lovely. Previous reviewers describe well the virtues of this park. Some spaces are long enough for large motorhomes, but not wide enough to easily accommodate slide outs and awnings. Tree limbs are a major problem. We saw a neighbor have his wife climb on the roof of their motorhome to lift tree branches as he backed in! Very risky and unwise for the campers and for Oregon State Parks who could be held liable for property damage in renting sites that can't accommodate assigned RVs. - Roger H.
Jun 2015 - $2.00
One of our favorite campgrounds yet! Huge campground, yet stays pretty quiet. No road noise, no trains nearby. Hookups are electric and water, no sewer, but dump station is on your way out right by the entrance station; so is trash and recycle. Showers were clean but lukewarm. Beach access is 1/3 mile walk on paved foot/bike path from campground. Beach is large, clean, soft sand, just very windy. We fell in LOVE with nearby Newport. What a great small town! Antenna service picks up all major networks and AT&T signal is strong and reliable. We loved this park and you may see us camp hosting in the near future. - LifeRidingShotgun