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.
Dec 2015 - $1.00
We had heard so much about this place. We stayed on the North side of the CG and it was more like a parking lot than anything else. Yes, you are within walking distance to town and power(50amp) water and sewer are good. Cell phone was good(Verizon), Wi-Fi in the Lodge worked well also. Once again, they have an indoor pool and spa that were very nice along with the Clubhouse itself. The manager of the park on the other hand...maybe he was having a bad day but we travel with 4 small doggies and always set up x-pens outside our rig(we are very responsible Pet owners). The X-pens we normally(always cover with a roll of material so that the Kids don't bark at everything that walks by. Long story short, the manager didn't like out covering even though we've used the same thing for year's....he demanded we take it down. We cut our stay here short(schedule for 2 weeks, stayed 1) because of his attitude. Other than that, a very nice Park but one I won't go back to! we stayed here in a MH. - acampingfan
Sep 2015 - $1.00
In spite of the fact that the south section (and specifically, my space) backs up to a tiny, blackberry-covered ravine across which is a residential neighborhood, this park was astoundingly quiet. The 5 MPH speed limit on gravel makes a difference, for sure. Also note that this was in late Sept, so no kids to speak of.
The north side is beautiful and is probably heaven in the summer - lots of green grass and trees. It's also the side where the clubhouse, playground, and pool are, but I wouldn't count on being able to get a spot here, as most of the fulltime residents are there as well.
Much of the south side has some trees, too; enough so that you don't feel like you're parking in a desert or a parking lot. I might have gone swimming in the indoor pool had I been on the north side, but by Sept, that's also the chillier side of the park. So, I'm not complaining about the space I got.
The park is clean and well-kept. Spaces are a comfortable distance apart; I somehow ended up with complete privacy out my back windows. Oregon law requires that sewer hoses be off the ground, so make sure you bring your Sidewinder. - Karen On The Road
Sep 2015 - $1.00
This is one of our favorite parks in the Thousand Trails system and we come here a few times each year. The staff is friendly and helpful. The park is divided into two parts. The north side has 50 amp sites while the south side has 30 amp sites. I believe all sites have sewer but WiFi is only at the clubhouses. Verizon works well and satellite depends on your site. Some sites are close but some have much more room. As always, at Thousand Trails preserves, you choose the site you like and let them know where you parked. - KD7UCH