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Review Count: 30
States Visited: 15
Helpful Reviews: 10
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $15.00
The view from our site was one of the best views from a site we have ever had. We had a view of the waves crashing onto the rocks. We were in site 10 which has the view and a great picnic / firepit area. The only issue is getting the fifth wheel into the site. It is a steep site and it to a little maneuvering to line up the rig into the site, and because of the slope and days of rain, I had to slip into 4 wheel drive to back it in. The exit is just as hard as the exit is right next to the site but too tight to turn right out of the site. But it was worth if for the view. Except for this, the park was very nice. The park hosts are very nice and helpful. There is a dog walk area although not a fenced in dog park. WiFi was up and down, the cable TV worked fine. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Fifth Wheel.
Not much in Seal Rock, especially this time of year. Head up to Newport for restaurants and shops. Lots of sea lions in Newport
Review Count: 26
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $31.00
Our rate was the weekly rate, as we stayed for seven days. This park used to be a pretty well kept secret--not any more. It was full nearly every day we were there but the views and access to the beach explain it. Site was reasonably level, but hard to maneuver into from the narrow road, without putting the tow vehicle into the woods. The wifi worked well, cable tv was adequate. Restrooms were clean but small, and only one shower to each restoom and they're not heated so pretty cold in the morning. Road noise is not much of an issue unless you're in one of the "view" sites right near 101. It's all worth it if you love the ocean and beach, which you'll have pretty much to yourself. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Travel Trailer.
Review Count: 2
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $38.00
This is a beautiful RV park directly across from the ocean. We stayed in space # 39, which was great. We had a view of the ocean and could watch the waves crashing against the rocks that evening. Restrooms are clean, shower is private, lots of hot water and very clean. We went for a walk to the beach the next morning, just beautiful! I would recommend this RV park to everyone that loves the ocean! We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Motorhome.
There are not any restaurants or shops nearby, but they are not very far away. You would need a car if you intend to leave the site.
Review Count: 15
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $47.00
All hookups were in good condition. The very best view of the ocean that we have had. Hwy 101 right there and is a little noisy but didn't bother us much. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Fifth Wheel.
Newport and waldport are close by
Review Count: 8
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $40.00
Smaller Mom and Pop type park. Sites are well spaced. Some are at upper level of campground. Room for larger rigs. Nice, private path to cross the 101 Highway and down to the beach. Many sites have a view of the ocean. Some traffic noise, but not bad. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 52
States Visited: 25
Helpful Reviews: 13
Date of Stay: June, 2016 - $34.00
This campground is directly across the street from the ocean. There are several sites with an ocean view. We had picnic table and fire ring as well. All of the hosts were friendly and helpful. There is a walkway from the campground, which will lead you across the street, and down some stairs to the beach. We were in site number 2, and did have a bit of a time getting level. We loved this campground and hope to someday return. The cool temps, ocean, and quiet campground was just what we needed! We took Hwy 20 going back to I-5, which was MUCH better than Hwy 38. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Motorhome.
We did get to see a whale when we went down to Thor's Well, and the Cape Perpetuia area. Newport is the nearest big town, with several options for dining, supermarkets and even a cinema.
Review Count: 12
States Visited: 4
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: June, 2016 - $46.00
We stayed for 5 days. Interior roads are a bit narrow and wind around. This was no problem for us, but might be snug for a large MH. The area is beautiful. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Travel Trailer.
Easy walk to Seal Rock State Beach and a few nearby shops and restaurants along Hwy 101. Diner at Seal Rock was good for breakfast or lunch (closed after 3pm). Dinner at Yuzen Japanese restaurant was excellent (make reservation - it was busy)
Review Count: 56
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 16
Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $16.00
We stayed in a 37 ft motorhome. Site had 30 amp, cable, water, and sewer. We had a view of the ocean so we could watch the tide change. Small campground but worked for us. Close to Newport off 101 which we like. Site was level and we could get our slides out. Stopped for 2 days but extended for 3 more days at the PA rate. Lady was very friendly in the office and helpful. We would stay again. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Motorhome.
Short drive to Newport with small shops along the way.
Review Count: 2
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: November, 2015 - $16.00
We stayed 3 nights in our 40' MH. A hidden gem, we thought of our stay here. It is an older park and the sites are gravel. We had full hookups with 30 amp service and they also have sites with 50 amp. There is a fire ring and picnic table at each site it seemed. There is a men's and women's bathroom each with a shower in it. It was an older facility but kept clean. They offer cable TV with about 20 channels and WiFi which we didn't use. The Verizon signal was a bit weak but with a booster worked for us using two laptops. We were a short walk to the beach which was beautiful both at high and low tides. The later of which allowed some tide pool viewing. You do have to cross the highway but that never seemed to be much of a problem. From our site we could watch the ocean from our coach and that was just bonus points. We were less that 10 miles either north (Newport) or south (Waldport) of towns that offer many things to do. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Motorhome.
We had a great dinner at Nana's Irish Pub in Newport. Both of us had their fish and chips, and we really enjoyed it. Looking at others' meals I would certainly try the Irish fare there also. Also a trip to Rogue's Brewers on the Bay for a tour of the brewery and distillery was great fun.
Review Count: 42
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 11
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $42.00
We were so excited to finally have a place along the Oregon coast that we could see the beach and ocean. Only to mostly be fogged in. But that wouldn't stop me from recommending this place. It is a wonderful change from some of the RV concrete parks we have stayed in. We lucked into site #20 at the last minute and it is a level site with an awesome view. Some sites look more level than others. The walk across the highway to the beach is easy with great tide pools and rocks. Nice grassy area for dogs. Wifi and cable were both strong and robust. Blackberries and huckleberries are ripe and we were welcome to pick them. We would stay longer if we could now but they are booked for the next few days. I hope to come back here some day because it is a treasure in camping these days. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 115
States Visited: 34
Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $46.00
This is a dumpy, worn at the heels, older park across the street from one of the most beautiful beaches on the west coast. Prices vary based on the view. I am surprised at the other reviewers with level sites. It took me an hour to level our rig (usually a 5 min. job). Walking thru the park, one could see that most campers had used up all their Lego style blocks and were still not leveled. This is the last park you want to pull into in the dark. The one shower is the park is woefully inadequate with barely enough for one person. Roads and pads were mixed crushed rock, dirt, and weeds. If you can get past the seedy dumpiness, the park has a certain old timey charm. Of course, the beach is absolutely stunning. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Travel Trailer.
Review Count: 111
States Visited: 17
Helpful Reviews: 12
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $31.00
This is an older park, as so many of them are along the Oregon Coast. It has tight, small spaces and at 40 ft, we probably got the only one we could have fit into. One of the women in the office very wisely and accurately chose this spot for us, which was a back in and not a pull through as we usually get. There are a mixture of tents, small campers and smaller trailers which we like. Several of the spots are actually carved out of the hillside. For larger rigs, check the website to determine if you can fit into a site. All that being said, we enjoyed our 5 day stay. There is beach access for the very brave who are willing to dash across Hwy 101, which most seemed willing to do. The beach is picturesque and very lovely. Wifi was weak, but no weaker than most RV parks which we find lacking in wi fi access in general. Verizon worked fairly well. Lots to do in the area. We would camp here again. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 9
States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: July, 2015 - $220.00
As others have said, a good base. The rate was for six days and one free. Here is the rub tho...we didn't get the price we were quoted. We made our res 3 months in advance. They claimed a price change. This is the price it was when I reserved. I was upset because it is a good space, close to the beach, and where else are you going to go in mid summer? We came to an agreement but it's a lesson in recording ALL conversations. I just had another park that I was guaranteed a particular space at tell me they don't hold spaces. So, space 36, would do it again for the right price. Plenty of room to back in my 26 footer (with 2' carrier) in and park the Avalanche across the front. No pad but easy level. Table and pit. From the table, you have a view of the beach to the south and the cove to the north. If some one is in 37, threaten their lives and get them to move cause it will block some of the view south. Reasonable width and hedges give some privacy. Some shade from the trees and noise from two obnoxious crows. Literally five mins to the beach. Yes, across the 101, but never had any probs. At lower tides, look for the seals that hang out on a flat rock about a 100' offshore south of the path. The big problem that kept this park from being a nine is the bath/shower. One shower and two toilets (no urinals) for each sex. If you are in a park with 15 spaces, it's no big. 40 odd, it becomes a problem. There were also some probs with a back-up and a lock prob along with other little things over the week but, to their credit, things were fixed quickly. Some full timers but still neat. Space 10 can be interesting to get into if you are a little long. A couple of pull thrus. Friendly staff and firewood available. The park is terraced so there are a lot of view spaces. All in all, a good stop in spite of the price and limited facilities, and noisy birds! We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Travel Trailer.
North to Newport and south to Waldport. Try the muffins at the coffee shack in Seal Rock and look thru the store. Just north of Seal Rock, look for Devil's Punchbowl. A very unusual formation and take some p-nuts to feed the very friendly squirrels at the overlook. Mo's chowder was mostly potatoes, as per my wife.
Review Count: 8
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $46.00
Site 20 has excellent sights of the ocean from your RV windows if you have rear and side windows. Tidal pools can be viewed at low tide by crossing 101 with path to road. Lots of distance to see cars and access to beach down a short set of steps. Bushes between sites are well manicured and provide a lot of privacy. New site 19 next door will also have good views. Sites are back-ins but have a large area to execute easy access. However, the left turn to exit tight for big rigs. Overall the park was a good base to explore that part of the Oregon coast. Good Sam discount would have reduced price, be sure to ask when you check in or make reservations. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Fifth Wheel.
When in Florence, check out Bridgewater Restaurant, downtown, really good fish and chips.
Review Count: 152
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 20
Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $35.00
Interesting park to review. It is carved out of a hill next to US 101 just across from the ocean. Some of the spaces are actually surrounded by the hillside. The plus is that many of the spaces have great views of the ocean. The minus is the road noise from US 101. It appears to be a fairly old park but is well maintained. Many of the spaces have been upgraded to 50 amp service. Most sites are long enough for big rigs and tow vehicle and most are very wide, allowing for good spacing between neighbors. There are many trees and bushes but appear to be well trimmed so as not to impact rigs. Roads are dirt/gravel and sites are dirt/gravel/grass. Ours was very level and allowed for satellite use. They have cable and free Wi-Fi (very slow). Staff was very friendly. Verizon service was very weak. Walkway to beach, but you do have to cross US-101. Views are just fantastic. Great value. We camped at Seal Rocks RV Cove in a Fifth Wheel.
Newport 10 miles has lots to see and places to eat. Make sure to see the Oregon Coast Aquarium, the historic bay front. Explore the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. Lots of beaches just a short drive.Mike Mac • May 2015
When in Florence, check out Bridgewater Restaurant, downtown, really good fish and chips.dundenver • June 2015
North to Newport and south to Waldport. Try the muffins at the coffee shack in Seal Rock and look thru the store. Just north of Seal Rock, look for Devil's Punchbowl. A very unusual formation and take some p-nuts to feed the very friendly squirrels at the overlook. Mo's chowder was mostly potatoes, as per my wife.Dave n Rene • July 2015
We had a great dinner at Nana's Irish Pub in Newport. Both of us had their fish and chips, and we really enjoyed it. Looking at others' meals I would certainly try the Irish fare there also. Also a trip to Rogue's Brewers on the Bay for a tour of the brewery and distillery was great fun.Oregonhikers • November 2015
Short drive to Newport with small shops along the way.belanga • April 2016
We did get to see a whale when we went down to Thor's Well, and the Cape Perpetuia area. Newport is the nearest big town, with several options for dining, supermarkets and even a cinema.Vicki K • June 2016
Easy walk to Seal Rock State Beach and a few nearby shops and restaurants along Hwy 101. Diner at Seal Rock was good for breakfast or lunch (closed after 3pm). Dinner at Yuzen Japanese restaurant was excellent (make reservation - it was busy)phann • June 2016
Newport and waldport are close byDonny Mackelprang • July 2016
There are not any restaurants or shops nearby, but they are not very far away. You would need a car if you intend to leave the site.TomSandyG • September 2016
Not much in Seal Rock, especially this time of year. Head up to Newport for restaurants and shops. Lots of sea lions in Newportakeller156 • October 2016
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