2 Parks near Seaside, Oregon
Sep 2015 - $43.00
Very nice little park. We really enjoyed our week here. Ask for a site that backs up to the river for a little more privacy and you might even see some elk. Lots of grass and trees but they keep them trimmed so not an issue for our rig. Asphalt roads and pads. Wifi was the best I've had in an RV park. Didn't have to use our Verizon hotspot at all. Cable was also good and we used it because we couldn't get the satellite signal at our site. From the other parks we eyeballed from the road this one appears to be the best choice in the area. They also have a very large, grassy dry camp area but no tents are allowed. We would stay here again if in the area. - thekites
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Wonderful location, super friendly staff. Not a huge or fancy park, but great "country " atmosphere. Spaces are medium size, easy to get in and out. Lots of grass for pets ( big bonus!) Wi-fi and cable worked fine. We enjoyed this park a lot and will stay here again. - Idalogger
Jul 2015 - $49.00
Attractive RV only park adjacent to 101 and close to attractions in Seaside and Cannon Beach. Spacious sites with grass and trees give it a park-like appearance. Trees not tall enough to interfere with satellite reception. Blacktop roads and sites are crumbling with age. No family amenities. Free wifi is fast and robust. Water pressure is strong (50 psi). 50 amp service not available. Friendly staff. We enjoyed our stay here while seeing the area sights. - Roger H.
Apr 2016 - $1.00
With an indoor pool, hot tub and sauna, it makes Seaside one of my favorites of all the Thousand Trails I have visited thus far. The facilities at the Seaside Oregon Thousand Trails are some of the best and cleanest I have seen at any campgrounds I have visited. Plus the beach is within walking distance with all the great shops close by.
The staff are really helpful and go above and beyond, especially the Seaside Membership Specialist. I love this campground so much I upgraded my zone pass to an Elite Membership with the 365 stay option.
My only regret is that I didn't do this sooner, so I am telling everyone I know about this great alternative to living.
It definitely beats renting anywhere in the state, and definitely the most affordable option as far as campgrounds go! - D VanMeter
Mar 2016 - $46.00
We found this park through the Good Sam club. It's nice that TT/Encore allows non-member guests, however, we do hold a membership in a different camping organization so are familiar with 'membership RV resorts'. We also were allowed to unload the truck camper (NICE!). We felt the nightly fee was a bit high. $35+tax would've been more reasonable. We were only allowed in the south section of the park. We had a 30 amp hook up, which worked fine. 50 amp was an additional $5 per night if we had needed it.
Check in at the gate wasn't as efficient as we had expected and were then told to 'go find a site and let us know which one you picked'. We were also handed a 3-page list of 'do not' rules. Had to show insurance proof AND the camper's registration (why?) That was fine with us, although we were only allowed on the south side. Our site was nice with a gravel pad and grass all around with no standing water. After driving to the swimming pool/hot tub on the north side, we realized we were in the better area. The south side has larger sites and we didn't feel crowded.
Despite that it was Oregon's spring break, we found the park to be quiet in the evening. Most (not all) guests observed the 5 MPH speed through the non-paved park. We definitely needed the jack pads to level. The restroom/showers in the south side of the park were super clean, heated, and smelled fresh all day. The staff was super friendly and kind in answering all of our questions.
Only Portland's ABC channels came in OTA, but that was fine for us. Others with satellite seemed to be happy with the channels that came in for them. Be sure to pick up and lock up your bikes, extra propane/BBQ things. Apparently theft can be an issue here. We only lost our dog's tennis ball to someone who thought they needed it more than our dog.
Not our 'go to' park on the coast, but we'll be back if we need to stay in the Seaside area do to the quiet evenings and 'off the beaten path' location. - TCsCabin
Mar 2016 - $1.00
The park is clean and well maintained. Some of the sites could use some extra gravel due to heavy rains. The pool is one of the nicest ones we have seen at a campground. The staff was very friendly. It's just like any other TT -- you have to find your spot. If you are lucky, you will get a spot that isn't on top of someone else, but there are quite a few spots that are really too close/tight. Kindof par for the course at any TT. We would definitely camp here again. - Wendle123