23 Parks near Seaside, Oregon
Aug 2016 - $1.00
The RV park is only a few blocks away from a cinema and outlet mall as well as about a 1/2 mile from the ocean. Sea Side is one of the nicest Thousand Trails parks we have stayed at (on par with Orlando and Williamsburg). The park itself is split into 2 - South and North. You check into the South Side but the pool and hot tub (enclosed and nice) are on the North Side so it is worth checking that side for availability first. Our site was on the road directly across from the pool and family recreation room with ping pong, billiards, TV, etc. They even made Ice Cream Sundaes one of the days! - Bay Area Early retirees
Jul 2016 - $57.00
Specific sites can't be reserved. We were aware of this and had to drive through and find an empty site. Gravel sites and not level. Attendant was very "military" in his actions. No "welcoming" attitude at all. Members are in a different area, but we were made to feel like second-class visitors. We will not stay here again. - smithandmoseley
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Like all TT, first come first served. Sites are all decent size, full hookup in certain parts, be sure to study the map when you check in. Nice indoor pool and recreation area. Nice and clean laundry facility. - tughawks
Jul 2016 - $50.00
We were traveling down the coast and needed a place to stay along the way. This park is clean and well taken care of. They need to build more restrooms as we waited each time we used them. This medium sized park has narrow asphalt spots - I mean the area for the rig is narrow. Lot spacing was normal and the grass was nice. The price is a bit high for what you get. - daa10496
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Location is the best reason to stay at this RV park. Conveniently, located between Cannon Beach and Seaside. We were here for the 4th of July and I was able to see the fireworks in the distance. I like that the park has a large dry camping field to support impulsive trips to Seaside. River access is limited by tall grass and shrubs. There is no easy access to the beach or walking trails, however all of this is easily overcome by a short 1/4 mile drive to the Promenade in Seaside. WIFI is available only part of the day at 6MB speed. - User1021
Jun 2016 - $43.00
We have a 45' motor home and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. Located right on 101, but was quiet never-the-less. The staff was friendly and helpful as we came in at the last minute. - Don A
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a small park but extremely well kept up. The owner works daily on keeping her beautiful flowers well tended. They add much to the park. The spaces are very easy to get into and plenty of space for your vehicle. There is a fairly well stocked store on site as well. My only complaint is it's right on 101 so traffic noise is a bit much. We're sound sleepers so it didn't bother us at night. All and all this is a good choice. - pkight
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Sites are very neat and wide with each site having a parking pad for RV, then a patio and grass and a parking pad for tow vehicle. Park is small, well kept and easy to use to access Seaside and Astoria. Convenience store has anything you need and they smoke their own meats and have fresh brisket sandwiches for lunch and dinner. Nicely landscaped. - Fulltime Gypsy
Jun 2016 - $41.00
A small park. All back ins but room for my trailer and a spot for pickup.A little tight for my 37.5 ft. 5th wheel but doable. All hookups in good shape. Nice laundry room. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Good WiFi. - Donny Mackelprang
May 2016 - $45.00
We've been to this place many times over the years. Some things have improved. Others have not. It is way overpriced in my opinion for what you get EXCEPT for the location. It is on lovely Ecola creek and is walking distance to the beach and the downtown area of Cannon Beach. There are stables on the premises and horses graze in the pasture adjacent to the RV park and they do trail rides on the beach during the summer months. Didn't use them, but the restroom/showers appear to be basic and older, but functional, although there is no place to sit in the shower area at all. The "General Store/Coffee bar" or whatever it is called is seldom open. There's no wi-fi either which in this day & age is unacceptable, especially at this price. Also, be aware that some of the "electric & water" sites only have 120 ac service, no 30 or 50 amp. We were not told this at check in. It didn't matter to us as we have a converter plug to connect our 30 amp to the 120 outlet and that's all we need, but you should check on this if you decide to come here. Oh, and they also charge $3 per day extra per dog! That really irks me. We come to Cannon Beach for the art festivals and this is a great base for that so, yeah, we'll probably come back again, but only because of that. If all you want is to camp near the Oregon coast, you can do a lot better. - Pdxjoanne
Jul 2015 - $50.00
This facility is in major need of maintenance! The urinal in the restroom was plugged & overflowing and the toilets were filthy. The store that is advertised is not open on a regular basis. The picnic tables are in poor, if not dangerous, condition. Quiet time is not enforced. The dumpster needed to be emptied and was overflowing. The owner was very rude. - Elaine Nieman
Jun 2015 - $40.00
The park was poorly maintained, littered with trash, fallen limbs and leaves, and unwatered greenery. The wi-fi was too weak to use. The dump is located near the entrance, and we had to back in at an inconvenient angle, dodging children who were allowed to run and ride bikes in the area. We had to partially block the way of incoming and exiting campers.
We won't be visiting this park again. - Jolalla
Aug 2016 - $48.00
Not sure what the attraction to this park is. It is basically a state park...crowded, dirt/gravel sites, no cable or wifi. Trees caught roof while backing in. Site was very nice size but with all the vehicles parked in adjacent sites backing in was a challenge. Nice I guess for overnight but not the type of park we prefer. - Alpenlite35RK
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Friendly, efficient checkin. Good pullthru site, all utilities fine (site not yet upgraded). Leveled without blocks. Fair separation between sites.
No Verizon data, barely useable AT&T phone, no AT&T data. Park wifi ok during day, very slow evenings.
Crowded, some 3-vehicle sites with 6-10 people. Weekends in particular are busy. Children riding bikes thru our site at high speed, so close I would have knocked one down if I had opened our door while they were racing thru. This would be a good place before/after school vacation.
Nice walk to town and beaches, this is the best and most convenient spot if you want to stay in Cannon Beach. The recently-opened Pelican Brewery is only a few blocks away and offers a wide variety of excellent food (and beer). Very crowded, so get there early to get a table without waiting. - SW Rick
May 2016 - $26.00
This is the best option if you are visiting Cannon Beach. It is in walking distance to the downtown area and yet secluded from the noise of the nearby highway. This is usually a busy spot, reserve early. The best sites for back-ins are the single digit ones. Staff is friendly and efficient. The park is also in the process of upgrading sites and facilities. We go back again and again. The price reflects and extended stay and multi-discounts. - BMonk
Aug 2016 - $25.00
The price has gone up dramatically from past reviews, and is high for very close sites with hookups on an asphalt parking lot. Sites are all back-in but are easy to get into.
Had 50 amp steady power, no problems. Sewer connection worked well.
It's open and quiet, convenient to all the things in the area we wanted to see. We'd take this place over crowded commercial campgrounds any day. Would definitely stay again. - all4pets
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The camping area here is a large parking lot with hook-ups. That being said, the spaces are long and wide, and we put our slides out on both sides. The sites slope a little toward the front. The check in was a little disorganized on the day we were here. When you check in you get a key to unlock the electric box on your site. When you leave you can drop the key in the drop box at the billeting office.
The noise from the range was not offensive, and even somewhat nostalgic. The post is clean and the roads well maintained. There is no fuel station on post as some camping websites indicate. Very small PX. Camp Rilea is convenient to beaches, Lewis and Clark historical sites, and Astoria. We enjoyed camping at Camp Rilea, and would come back again. Make a reservation well in advance. - WGlengrl
Aug 2015 - $10.00
There isn't a whole lot here but it's very economical and the nearby beaches are great. The guards at the gate are very friendly. Great laundry facility with pool table and enough washers and dryers for lots of people. And it's free. We like to visit this camp every year. We like going in to Astoria and buying fresh seafood in Warrenton. - Newbet
Aug 2016 - $47.00
Interesting place within a very short drive across a nearby bridge to Astoria. Very clean and roomy shower but only one for the entire campground!!!! One other rest room (next to the shower, which also has full rest room within it) as well as a couple of port-a-potties scattered throughout the dry camp area.
Stayed two different times in an 8 day period, one night each and price reflects the first stay which was on the golf course side which was paved main roads, gravel approach and site with cement pads for patios; water, electric and dump at this site had no problems; laundry was as described in other reviews - key only and they want you to only use one washer and/or dryer at a time (?).
Second night they said they were full but had space on the grass which they described as dry camping which we didn't mind but they actually came out with an extension cord they ran from a post nearby and gave us 20 amp power; no water or dump but they did let us fill the tank and dump at one of the vacant golf course RV sites before the renters showed up; $37 for this site, on grass, backed up against a creek covered in a blackberry bramble. - pyrthkr
Jul 2016 - $47.00
An outstanding park, especially if you have one of the pull-in sites facing the golf course. Friendly, efficient staff made check-in simple, escort to site. Very nice laundry room, though you need to get the key and pay at the office (not always open early). Utilities worked well, WiFi was sometimes great, other times slow (and not always in the evenings). Sites are gravel and quite level. Plenty of room for the tow vehicle. Very convenient to shopping a few miles away in Warrenton, and easy access to downtown Astoria. Free rental golf clubs for guests, a 9-hole course.
This is the kind of experience you wish you could have all the time. We would definitely return again if in the area. - SW Rick
Jul 2016 - $42.00
This is a very nice quiet park that sits up against a golf course. There's a large grass area the size of a football field in the center of the park, great place for the pets. Sites are gravel, with grass on the sides. Hosts are very friendly. Wifi worked well. Clear views for Sat reception. - supercub
Jul 2015 - $34.00
We are full time travelers and have stayed at too many parks to count. We were worried as a result of the negative reviews online, but were happily surprised. The sites have lush green grass between them which was a welcome coolness to bare feet. We had an end site by the tents so it was more spacious than most sites. The site location makes a big difference. The only trees are on the outside perimeter on 2 sides. WiFi was usually good and had a recent upgrade. The restrooms were immaculate and had a large ante-room in the shower stalls and they have spotless laundry facilities and which even included a laundry basket for use! We do not have a TV but understand they do not have cable. Office closes early (4pm). - Patron
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This an older park but in good condition. Wi-Fi worked but slow at times. All back-in sites, some gravel and some asphalt. Only 30 amp service and no cable but there about 5 channels with a portable antenna. - Windshift
Apr 2014 - $35.00
We spent 2 days here. This is an older park that is showing signs of wear. Some spots have picnic tables, some do not. Hookups are shared with other site; only 30 amp service. Tried to take a shower but big sign said no hot water, when I asked about it the guy in the office thought I was out of line for asking about it. He said the other building has a shower; the water went out last week. Wi-Fi was not working; very low signal. For what they charge everything should work not worth the money they charge. Good for overnight but not long term. Only back-in sites, gravel but covered with moss. The grass needs to be mowed, too. Might stay overnight again just to see if things are fixed. - Terry Buholm
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This is a State Park, and while there is a great deal to see and do here, especially great access to the Pacific Ocean, it can also be crowded. Many people come here to camp; there are separate loops for RV camping. Sites and loops can be a little tight but we had full hookup (no cable and due to trees-no satellite or antenna). The beach here is the main attraction. There is also an $8 vehicle fee, which is added on to your site fee. There are Camp Hosts for every loop, and they are very helpful...even bringing wood bundles by your site to purchase. If a quiet place with ocean views is your thing...this is not the park for you. - btsweetbaby
Jun 2016 - $29.00
As the previous reviewers said, the camp is clean and woodsy. Our problems stem from the fact that this campground is not big rig friendly. The main roads are too narrow and the sites are not situated to allow easy access to 52 foot sites (our coach is 42'). Also, the adjacent sites had dogs that ran loose, barked incessantly, and were quieted occasionally by their owners yelling louder than the dogs were barking. If you go in early June the mosquitoes are terrible. We have tried this park twice now and we won't be back. - Vagabond
May 2016 - $32.00
A huge park with around 600 sites. I had one of the pull-throughs in Loop M. Lots of places for walking the dog. The beach was approximately a one-mile walk, and Coffenbury Lake is also nearby and nice place to walk. Didn't spend as much time outside as I would have liked because the mosquitoes were so thick. Must have been hatch time, so be prepared if you go in May. - Photography Vagabond
Jul 2016 - $55.00
Was able to get a back-in site on short notice. Unable to specify a specific spot unless you pay an additional 10 dollars during online booking? Plus 10 dollars a night "resort" fee. $$$ Was given a spot in the "400" loop. Do not stay there! Site to our left, fire pit 6 feet from slide window, unable to open any windows due to smoke. Sites are too close and recently added tv cable posts at rear of site impede parking units with two slides. Gravel access road was loud and dusty with speeding cars at all times of the day. - F250Jack
Jul 2016 - $65.00
This park was way too busy for our taste. We came here mainly to entertain our granddaughter. Granted there's a lot of things for the kids to do, but the park was overcrowded with unsupervised kids. Playing mini golf wasn't enjoyable because of the kids cutting through and being rowdy. The bounce tube was enjoyable for the grandkid as it was better supervised. Swimming pool areas were well kept and enjoyable for her also. Pancake breakfast was doable on a Thursday. On Friday the lines were getting pretty long, even early on, and forget Saturday morning as the lines were way too long. - hoppers4
Nov 2015 - $45.00
Overall very well kept large park. Lots of pull thrus, back in, spacious sites. Two pools ( inside & outside)...which we discovered at the end of our stay. Lots of good shopping within 5 minutes ( Costco, Fred Myers, petco, etc.) easy access to downtown Astoria , a small town worth exploring. ( lots of history). we stayed Halloween night , and many folks/ children were busy with festivities..unfortunately we had no clue that there were trick or treaters out and didn't prepare for it. Beautiful fort Stevens state park across the street, well worth the drive down to ocean park beach, to witness the roar of the Pacific Ocean. Oh yes, we could faintly hear the pacific surf in our motorhome, very soothing. - Live Life