24 Parks near Otis, Oregon
Apr 2016 - $32.00
Very clean park. Staff very friendly. Sites are small and on incline. Lots of open grassy area. Dog run. Small store has basics. Few full timers are obvious. No walking paths, but close to town. - Emmitt123
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Nice, family friendly park with onsite laundry facilities and kids playground. This campground is close to Devils lake and just a few minutes to Lincoln City restaurants and casino.
We like coming here with family as this is a bustling park with a lot of people coming and going. The location is great and you feel like you are very close to the town and we especially like being close to the casino. We plan on coming back next summer! - Stevie P
Sep 2015 - $43.00
Our site was a long pull thru but very narrow. The interior roads are narrow too. The park is clean and wooded, lots of trees/shade.
WiFi sucked very slow. Lots of TV channels.
Garbage only at office, long walk. Would have stayed at Devils lake Rv park but they were full. - Bill and Patti
Jul 2016 - $45.00
This campground is neat and clean. The staff are friendly. The wifi is poor in the middle of the night and nonexistent in the evening. The roads and sites are newly paved, but the sites are quite unlevel from side to side. While the sites are plenty long, they are very narrow. It is almost impossible to get a big motorhome into the site because these narrow sites have bushes at each corner, making it difficult to turn into or out of the site. - Road Trip
Sep 2015 - $22.00
This is a nice, quiet park. The staff and facilities are first rate. The only criticism I have is that the sites are very close together. With a slide out on one side and an awning on the other there's not much room between rigs. All the sites and roads are paved. The location of the park is convenient to groceries, supplies, beach access, and casino. - Duckmaster
Sep 2015 - $20.00
The good things first. The managers were very friendly and helpful. The park is pretty quiet. You have full hookups with 50 amp if you want it. The sites are paved. Unfortunately the wi-fi is among the worst that I have experienced. It goes down daily and often several times a day. The manager has to go to the laundry room building to reboot the hardware and that gets done after he returns form elsewhere or finishes some other project. Do not come here if the wi-fi is a deal breaker for you. There is gravel outside your door that can get tracked into the rig and each end of the site had rocks that are fist sized. These are hard to walk on to get from your toad the the door. The sites are pretty close together. You can put out your awning and you have about a foot before you hit the neighbor's slideout. - Doug67
Aug 2015 - $44.00
The RV spaces in the RV park are very narrow; we could only put slides out on one side of the RV and there's no way we could have put an awning out unless someone wasn't in the space next to us.
They allow wifi access for only one device during your entire stay. Even if you turn one off, you cannot access the wifi on another device. We got access for one of the two days we were there and lost the access after that.
Was pretty noisy on Friday night, but quiet on Saturday night. The casino shuttle drives through the parking lot at a pretty fast pace; I didn't see any reason for that, but use caution if you have children.
We most likely won't stay there again unless we're going to a function at the casino and there aren't any spaces available at the other RV park in Lincoln City. - Rving in Oregon
Jul 2015 - $41.00
The sites are virtually on top of each other. We stepped out our door and our neighbors tow vehicle was directly in front of our door no mote than 3 feet away. Unable to put out awnings or have any outdoor space to sit. This park is highly overpriced with wifi that is poor. The check in staff was rude, and seemed only interested in imparting the rules to you. She was very emphatic about not allowing your slides to cross into the neighboring space despite the space barely being wide enough to contain a fifth wheel with 3 slides. We have stayed in parks jn 31 states and this is the worst for space we have encountered. We would not return. - Telltale
Jul 2015 - $31.00
Sites have area for your vehicle and trailer but are very tight when you get both in. Park and facilities are clean. They will not let you in before 12 noon even if your site is available. The office person was less than friendly. The restrooms and showers are clean. After you get your password for the internet you still have to do several steps to connect. - traveling
Jul 2014 - $1.00
This is not anRV park, but the parking lot for the casino where they allow RVs to park and stay over night. There are no facilities especially for RVers. Restrooms are in the casino. We could not find any wi-fi, but Verizon cell service was good. Some spots near the NW edge of the parking area have a view of the ocean, but most would not, especially if the lot was full. We stayed four nights while we toured the area and will stay again if we are in the area. - Windshift
Dec 2012 - $1.00
Its a free place to camp with angled sites and free Wi-Fi if your close enough! - jerbear
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This is a great location to Lincoln City, as it's right off Hwy 101. We have a 40 ft RV and I chose a 45 foot space. It was definitely long enough but the street it's on was so narrow that it made backing into the site extremely difficult, with a tree and rocks directly across from the site. So although it looked good on paper, it really wasn't. The services for the park were good and we were surprised they offered cable service. Pricing was good. Lot of trees and paved roadways. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. The location was the best part for easy access to Lincoln City. - Danni
Sep 2015 - $28.00
We stayed here 3 nights and paid an additional one time fee of $8 for using the on-line reservation service. With full hook-ups; cable; picnic table; paved/level coach site; fire ring and spacious, private sites...this is a bargain and then some. Thank you OR State! The bad part of our stay was that it rained the whole time so we were very happy about the cable. They do a good job at recycling and even have trash compactors for garbage. Lincoln City and beach access are walking distance from the park. Was so impressed that they charge only $6/night for hikers and/or cyclists. So welcoming to all who want to enjoy the beautify of the OR coast. - Kittygramma
Jul 2014 - $35.00
Cable TV at some sites. Short walk to dock where a family was easily catching fish. Lots of blue-green algae particles and a warning about pets drinking and swimming in lake. Still a very nice park as are all of Oregon's State Parks. Pleasant, helpful people at check-in booth. Stayed here with my pet. My space was level and this is my second visit. - sammie1212
Jul 2016 - $52.00
Staff all exhibited full aspect training and I mean ALL. Park is compact but the guides make it easy to park and are very patient, rain or shine. - FWH
Jun 2016 - $52.00
Excellent facilities and very knowledgeable staff which helped towards our overall holiday. Good advice on local area.
Well stocked shop on site for accessories. - Nicole Clarke
Jun 2016 - $45.00
Lovely park with tight sites. We have a 43'Coach and we were backed in as deep as possible. We were parked right next to the office (so WiFi worked for us ) , laundry and across from the doggie park. Doggie park was all gravel and my itty bitty paws hurt her. Park is tiered so a view of the ocean across Hwy 101 is there. We looked at other parks and this was the best. - CookieRV
Jul 2016 - $15.00
We've been members for over 3 years now and have sadly watched so much of this once really neat park deteriorate. This year, there is a continuous sewer odor prevalent throughout the entire north end.
The WIFI has gone from iffy, to poor, to bad (when we visted in May and we're told they were having it worked on), and is now only available in the office.
The gravel sites have many gouges left from too little gravel and too much mud, and the primary roads are horrible washboard drives.
Picnic tables are falling apart and utility stands are leaning over.
Even the cable service signal is spotty. Clearly the members yearly fees must be supporting other parks, because this one needs some very real work. - Kbt
Jul 2016 - $2.00
We have used this park many times. Always clean, large, well maintained park. Enjoy the wild bunnies that are in the park. Good wi-fi, cell service and satellite reception. 50 amp was an extra $2.00/night. - garybnkr
Jul 2016 - $2.00
Most of the sites are pull through, out in the open and have 50 or 30 amps. The campground is along US 101 and Neskowin Creek separates it from the highway. It is located in a valley surrounded by hills and trees. The amenities are located at the south end of the campground and the roads go north/south so it is easy to get to them without infringing on your neighbor. They have lots of bunnies of all sizes and colors so you have to be careful with the bunny droppings. Quiet campground with minimal road noise from 101. - clarksark
May 2010 - $18.00
OK for the price. Would have been happier if the sun ever came out, but it is a pretty, quiet rural setting. We missed having internet and TV (you need satellite). Verizon cell signal was weak. Bathhouse was a cold concrete block, but plenty of hot water. Nice diversion from busy Hwy 101. - Annie's Song
Sep 2009 - $18.00
Very peaceful, lots of green lawn (formerly a 5-hole golf course). Must be an Elk's member to stay. Had a nice Labor Day weekend breakfast put on by the lodge. There are 4-legged elk around though we didn't see any this time. Close to south end of town. Great campground for pet owners. Also picked a pan of blackberries. - Hungry Horse Android
Feb 2008 - $15.00
Always pleasant to stay at the Elks member campground in Lincoln City at Wapiti Elks. Does not have a the whistles and bells but is very relaxing. It is in a wood setting and is so great. The keeper of the grounds is so nice. - M & M
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Very lovely campground close to all the activities we enjoy in Lincoln City and Newport! The park was clean and the on site managers were very friendly in helping us locate our space. We had questions about finding the Drift Creek Falls hike during our stay and they were able to direct us easily as to where we needed to go.
Overall, this campground was tucked back off of highway 101 which we liked but still close enough to get to grocery stores and our favorite hiking trails. - Stevie P
Apr 2013 - $35.00
This park is a Passport America park, which is how we found it. It is several miles off Hwy 101 and sits on a pretty river. The turn into the campground was tight. We were unable to find any personnel, although I went to a trailer and a building both marked "office", and while at first the place looked okay, while I looked for a host, I realized there was no sign of any short term stays. Every unit there looked long term and the empty grassy sites did not look as if they had been used recently. - The Accidental Trailerist