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. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Motorhome.
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. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $24.00
A wonderful state park right off the 101, but no road noise inside the park. Lots of sites nestled in the woods well away from the Hwy. Some sites looked like a bit tricky to maneuver (we tow a 34' 5er) but plenty of sites with easy access. All sites are well spaced and surrounded by some shrubbery. Good privacy. Sites are dirt and some levelling equipment might be needed. Hookups in good order. No WiFi of course, but Verizon worked well. Beach access right from the campground on a trail under a Hwy 101 bridge. However, there is no beach when the tide is high. Short drive to Newport with all stores you might need. Whenever travelling the Oregon Coast we will stay here again. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
Stroll along Newport historic district, watch (and listen to) the sealions right under the pier.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $25.00
Very heavily-treed campground. If you need sunshine this park is not for you. Don't get me wrong, this is a beautiful area. Very close walking distance to the ocean, with a beach that goes forever. The reason for the *8* is the very narrow access to each site, then again we have a 40' fiver, and not enough 50 amp sites (we had 30 amp). We would stay here again. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $36.00
If you like trees, you will like this park. We were in section F which is like being in a coastal rain forest. Paved roads and paved spot, fairly level and OK to back in to. Interior roads are very narrow and some are two way, so if you meet someone with another unit, some one may have to back up. There is cable TV in some sights, section C I think. Good play ground for the kids, rest rooms were clean and well maintained, lots of park Hosts. You walk to the beach under highway 101, so no sights are ocean front. We will stay here again. Would have rated it higher if the access roads were a bit wider. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $28.00
One of our favorite sights on the Oregon coast. Well protected from Pacific winds but still with easy beach access. Good pull through sights available for big rigs with toads. The sight we had did not have sewer but other sights did. Showers have good hot water. Easy access to Newport and shopping. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $27.00
Site E01 was muddy! Loop B and C had been updated, but Loop B is very dense. The park itself (beach and trees) were great, but overall the experience was less than ideal. Be careful reserving a site on Reserve America. You might get the surprise - unlevel and in flood zone. The location was nice - 7 miles from Newport and 7 from Dope Bay. Recommend Ocean Local Seafood for lunch and Tidal Rave for sunset dinner. Convenient to Walmart. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Motorhome.
This is a very large campground in a heavily forested area. The roads are paved but very tight to maneuver with a larger unit. Electric & water hookups are good. SOME areas may have 50 amp service, cable, or sewer, but ours did not, so pay attention when you make the reservation. The campground is lovely as a forested type, but be aware it is not a beach type of campground. The beach is available by walking under the HWY101 bridge. Restrooms were acceptably clean, but more facilities are needed. Our site was very overgrown, & the parking pad needs repaving. There was good privacy between sites. We would try another park next time. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a large state park and can be very crowded on long week-ends. When one considers the wear-and-tear on a frequently used facility this park is in good shape. The lawn around the campsites are beaten flat, the lawn in the open common area is in good shape. The showers get very sandy by the end of the day, due to people tracking in sand from the beach. The only sites with sewer are the "host" sites and not generally available to the public. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
The beach and campground setting is beautiful. That being said this is the worst Oregon State Park we have ever stayed in! It was truly disappointing. The showers and restrooms were filthy. I would not have given my dog a bath in them! There was an enormous amount of traffic coming in day and night. It was an extremely large park and we stayed in site C6. There was so much traffic I did not feel comfortable with my children playing out in front of the trailer. The only good loop in this campground is the B loop which is by the beach entrance and away from all the traffic. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.
One of our favorite parks. Stayed in G14 which was large/private/level and near nature trail which runs adjacent to creek and is alternate path to the beach (great for dogs). The bathroom facilities in the G loop are older but clean. Some of the other loops have better facilities with private showers. We stayed on Sunday/Monday at the tail end of the July 4th weekend. The park was full but sites are so large it didn't matter. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Motorhome.
The park is beautiful and the individual sites are large enough. My main problems were two: They simply pack too many people into each loop with the loops too close together. I am sure that is an economics thing. Our back-side neighbors were right next to us with no bushes in between. Two-way roads were very close. Speeders and bicycles do not mix. The bathrooms were poorly maintained - ladies' room was out of toilet paper for a good bit of the time. Otherwise, the facilities were satisfactory. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Motorhome.
I had high expectations for this State Park based on glowing reviews, but the park was poorly maintained. The grass and numerous weeds were high. The fire ring was full of burnt wood and at least 10" of ashes. The park is close to stores, pharmacies, fuel and groceries. It is also a short walk under the bridge to the ocean. If it weren't for these extras I would rate this park lower. I would not reserve this park again. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Motorhome.
So glad to see all the poor reviews...maybe next time we go it won't be so crowded. We were there over Memorial Day & the place was jammed despite buckets of rain every day. Sites puddled up, but drained quickly when it finally let up. Gorgeous place, very cool old trees, wild rhodys in bloom, some squirrels, but no deer. Don't know what others saw, but bathroom/showers (in H loop) were kept clean & stocked. Typical Oregon SP push-button showers worked fine & were plenty hot. Site was a little tight to back into (first shot both times), but plenty big enough for slide & awning once we were in ). Elec & Water only in this section so had to go to dump station in the middle of the week. Well placed & worked fine. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $23.00
We stated here in offseason, so half the 'loops' were closed. We stayed in a full hookup site in the Look "C" section. Camp sites were nicely separated with large trees that also shaded each site. (Satellite TV might be problematical -- but Cable TV was supplied.) The restroom/shower closest to our site was older and was worn, but was reasonably clean. It was NOT HEATED nor was the building well insulated, so it was very brisk in 40 degree weather to take a shower. (I would have rated this lovely park higher, had the shower been nicer.) Cable TV worked well and the staff we spoke with were very nice and helpful, especially a volunteer in the Welcome Center. We would stay here again ... in warmer weather. We camped at Beverly Beach State Park in a Motorhome.