7 Parks near Port Orford, Oregon
May 2016 - $27.00
We heard scraping of the highway pavement as we tackled their driveway. It isn't all that steep, but the highway crowns significantly, forming a deep dip as you approach. Having approached very slowly, at an angle, we found no damage. Next time we'll try a greater angle. Despite being close to the highway the traffic didn't disrupt our sleep. Because it's their slow time (crammed June-August, then Oct-Dec), and because we're staying a week, (our best rate came by staying for a week) he let us choose our site among the traveler RV sites available. We got a great one with lots of grass, a picnic table and space. None of the others have this much space, nor picnic tables. Most are pretty tight sites. That entrance and space between sites are the only bad things we see here. FHU (we had strong 30 amps), great Verizon cell reception, satellite TV reception and free WiFi (in our RV). Their restrooms are among the nicest we've experienced. The place is VERY neat and the management is just as friendly and helpful as all get out! The owner even looked to see if anything seemed damaged from our approach. On top of that, after we'd settled in, a young man gave us a "Welcome" gift of tea bags, salt water taffy, playing cards, popcorn and tourist info. That was a first! We can walk to the church we go to, a restaurant, and the Ray's grocery store (even a laundromat is across the street). Access to the beach is not far. - TJElser
Mar 2016 - $31.00
The park owner helped me get my televisions working and spent a lot of time helping me get set up. Young, capable and personable. The Park is clean and well run. The price is right and we will stay here again if we come back this way. - steppin right along
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We stayed here 1 night on our way down the coast. Nice, smallish park with pull-thru sites which were a good size. Quite a few large trees but sites are open. Just off Hwy 101 but traffic noise was not a problem - didn't hear a thing overnight.
Office staff were very courteous and walked with us to our site. Gravel driveway had been raked prior to our arrival!
Each site has a fixed charcoal briquet bbq on a metal post. Ours was clean and ready to use, but we didn't.
Single bathroom and shower for the park (1 M/1 F), but as I mentioned this is not a large park. Very clean and shower was a bargain - $0.25 for 10 minutes! Didn't use the full 10 minutes (water conservation) but it was nice not to have to rush shower!
Port Orford is a small town so we only stayed 1 night. - DCM/JMB
Nov 2015 - $29.00
This is our favorite Oregon State Park. There is a maze of trails through the dense forest between the campground and the ocean bluffs. There is a great beach to walk or drive on too. It is very quiet here and well protected from the storms. Plenty of large sites (compared to many other coastal state parks) for big rigs too. Nice hosts and park employees along with the well maintained facilities make this place a ten! Host sites with sewer hook ups are available to the public during the winter season. - americana
Sep 2015 - $22.00
It would be nice if all state parks could reach the level of Cape Blanco State Park. The park is beautifully laid out my large very private campsites. There are lots of interesting trails adjacent to the campsite to go either for a stroll or a serious hike. The setting is deep and dense forest on a bluff overlooking a stunning beach and bay, with the lighthouse not too far off in the distance. I could hear the waves crashing below from my campsite in the mood changed frequently with the fog drifting in or out. The campground seems to be exceptionally well run. We were approached by the camp host who was on duty. He was very outgoing and help us select our site and fill out the forms. It was very hospitable and welcoming.
The showers and bathrooms were well-maintained despite the constant onslaught of kids tracking dirt and pine needles in. in. With the heavily wooded campsites, there was a nice feeling of privacy, though you could hear the sounds of other campers. - Chazbo
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Plenty of room for our Class B RV. Our shaded site backed up to trees along the cliff overlooking the beach. full hook up, wood available for campfires. We will return to this State campground.
We were lucky to get a site that was just being vacated. This is a very popular campground and in the summer at least, looks like it's almost always full. It was very foggy and windy and quite cold when we stayed there, but still a great campground. - skidiver
Sep 2015 - $4.00
Nice, quiet forest campground with both trees and a large grassy area so you can get some sunshine. All sites have a picnic table and a fire ring. No hookups, radio, Internet, or phone, but you can get satellite TV if you have it. The thing to know about this park is that the signage on the road is easy to miss. The park is after milepost 4 on the left side of the road. There is a boat launch and day use area on the right side of the road. We would definitely stay here again. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2015 - $8.00
I loved it here. Best thing about it is our 36 ft motorhome and 16 ft tow fit perfectly in spot 19 which is so private with a stream and tree coverage everywhere. If you have a fifth wheel or smaller RV/trailer, parking in the grassy area is great too. Boondock a few days and get away from it all. Best place for the price anywhere!! - ErinF
Sep 2011 - $8.00
Nice two-lane paved road to camp. Camp road gravel. Many sites in grass meadow, with no site pad, so an RV may park any direction. One water spigot for camp, with threaded connection. 2 Universal access toilets in camp, both have two vault toilets, with solar lights. Each site has picnic table, fire ring. Edson Creek is in back of camp with easy access. Creek is not visible through trees. Sixes River day use is next to camp, with deep water pools. My MiFi worked here. Easy to move a big rig through camp. Camp is hosted. Camp is surrounded by trees, but is fairly sunny. - airtravel
Sep 2014 - $27.00
This is a small, well kept older park with small gravel interior roads, level spots, very clean. Some monthly residents. The Wi-Fi is excellent! We stayed here 3 nights. We are very well satisfied with our stay. It is 3 blocks off hwy 101 in Port Orford. Stock up on groceries and gas before you get there. The grocery store seemed expensive--over $4 for a bag of potato chips. Anyhow, the sunsets are great, and the park is very nice. Paradise Point is a great place to watch the sunset. It is just outside of the city limits. I recommend this park. - Jim Lee
May 2014 - $25.00
This was a very quiet little park. The Wi-Fi was excellent and the park's restrooms were clean and well kept up. We would stay here again. - hippiegypsy
Feb 2014 - $27.00
This campground has changed owners mid 2012. They have cleaned it up and kicked out all the "rowdies". Very nice, open park now, park-like setting. Quiet, off the highway. You should go see the changes now!!! What a difference! - fishon4us
Mar 2016 - $22.00
Another nice state park right off Hwy 101. Very nice camp sites, but like a lot of state parks finding sites for our 34' motorhome can sometimes be a challenge. But because we stopped early in the day and still not the busy season we found a good back in site with 30/50 electric and water. Easy access to Hwy 101 and into Port Orford. Some highway noise, but the logging trucks stop at night. The host were friendly. - RPWAINC
Sep 2015 - $8.00
This is an older park. Lots of big trees and a very nice beach to walk to. Unfortunately their are no sewer hookups and their dump site is broken. When I asked the Park Ranger when it would be working again he snapped at me, "How would I know?" Not very professional. We were here over Labor Day and the camp was full. I wouldn't recommend this park for camping. The beach is lovely and I would recommend it. - Newbet
Jun 2015 - $24.00
Stayed for 4 nights, clean park close to ocean beach and town of Port Orford. Camp firewood available. Good dump station. - kaosodak614
Aug 2014 - $20.00
The camping here is on 2 separate gravel parking areas. One has very nice view of ocean & dock the other has easy access to beach. Other than the view of the ocean, neither parking are is very pretty. No facilities in either parking area. Restroom and showers are supposed to be at the dock, but we did not check. For $20 it is way overpriced. Self registration in upper parking area. We were going to stay 2-3 nights, but not for $20/night. We only stayed on night because of the view. Directions: From US-101 turn S on Harbor Drive. Upper parking area on left as you approach the ocean. - A-S_Travels
May 2016 - $18.00
Very quiet and owners and other guests nice. Sites a little tight to get into, but owner helped guide me. Definitely would stay again. Close to nearby attractions. - RayW
Jun 2015 - $28.00
This is a fairly small compact park run by a married couple who live on the premises. They do not take credit cards. All of the sites are back-ins but they are very helpful in getting you lined up on the sites. This time I was not the day's entertainment when backing in. I got it reasonably straight on the first try. The gravel site was fairly level. This is a pretty little park off of the main highway so very little traffic noise. It was a bit windy while we were staying here. This park had the most responsive wi-fi I've seen in quite a while. Apparently folks here don't do a lot of streaming video (the park asks you not to do that). A Passport America rate is available but only if you reserve your site within 48 hours prior to arrival. - RVRenter
May 2015 - $19.00
Stayed 2 nights. Very clean and quiet park in a beautiful setting surrounded by trees. Owners very nice and are always working to keep the park pristene. Pads are gravel but are surrounded by green grass. WI fi, cable, FHU. Immaculate restrooms with showers. Coffee in the morning in coffee room with a tv, and videos and books to borrow. Would and will stay again, but we will stay longer next time. - Mainlygoing