28 RV Parks near Tillamook, Oregon
Sites: 324 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 41 Reviews
Mar 2018 - $1.00
Looks to have been a very popular place in the 90s. We played ping pong and pool in the family center. The family center had board games and equipment rentals but in poor shape. Miniature golf was in very poor condition: falling apart, animal feces, sharp edges. Roads falling apart almost everywhere. Narrow roads and steep climbs to get to RV sites. Closer to the top there are a few good spots to view ocean. Those spots are mostly rented to long stay members and not available to the rest of us. Restrooms were clean and well-maintained. Go for a nice place to park and sit, not for the amenities. - bnjhockett
Sep 2017 - $60.00
When we registered we were given a map and told to take anything open but no purple. The sites were very poorly marked. The sites were extremely uneven. The Class A next to us had the front wheels 6 inches off the ground. All the amenities were at the far end of the camp--quite a hike. Everything looked old and worn, this place needs a lot of updating. No TV or wifi at the sites. Only sites for members had sewers. Stayed two nights. When we left the power was out and the dump site was flooded. Not worth the money. Could have stayed at a stat park Don't waste your money was not worth the asking price of $60. - RenoTony
Sep 2017 - $30.00
The good: beautiful, heavily wooded sites. BUT: Thousand Trails/Encore never fails to disappoint. I do not complain about too many trees but as they market themselves as a "resort," I expect certain amenities. If you have wooded sites that preclude sat reception and are remote enough to have no over air TV, cable TV service is expected. I do not go camping to watch TV but expect to be able to see the news as I have my morning coffee. If I didn't care about that, I'd be tent camping rather than spending money on an RV. The lack of at-site internet service is also an indication of doing thing "on the cheap". If I want to be cut off from the world (little cell service there, either), I'll dry-camp at a state or national park. No sewer connections at "retail sites" (where non-members are allowed to camp) is another deficiency. Being told to go find your own spot smacks of too few employees to furnish a guide to your site.
The roads are narrow (as are many of the campsites) and the pavement is in need of replacement. Many sites are very off-level and just a truckload of gravel would have cured that and helped keep the dirt out of your camper. Be prepared to do a lot of sweeping. Most sites are only 30 amp service. Luckily for us the weather was cool and we did not need the 2 A/Cs on our coach.
Thousand Trails campgrounds all seem to follow the same business model of "quantity ahead of quality." Most are 300+ site facilities and that apparently is beyond their financial capacity to properly finish the parks. There are many other fine campgrounds in the Pacific City area and I, for one, am sorry I did not patronize one of them instead. Choose wisely. - Gary Munson
Sep 2017 - $28.00
Approx. 20 spaces beside/behind the Inn. Inn amenities are available for RV guests. Handy location from which to tour the local coastline. Staff very friendly and helpful. Road noise minimal. Handy to grocery, clothing store and gas station. Only one pull-thru. - hartk
Aug 2017 - $28.00
We arrived on a Saturday and found plenty of spaces available. They do not take reservations, however when we called they told us they were never filled up. Water and Electric only. The spaces are spacious and park on cement. It is very quiet and next door to a Fred Meyer Store. Did not use the sewer dump as it was $20. It is considerable per night than others in the area and great for a short stay. Would stay again. - carold
Aug 2017 - $28.00
First Come reservations. Clean and quiet. Concrete pads. Approx 40 feet with W&E. Some back into blackberry bushes. Fair weekend and only 5 of the 20 sites occupied. Find spot and set up, then pay in Motel office. Their biggest concern is the age of your RV. WI-FI OK.
Great ONE night stop to fill RV with gas and food stuff. We were able to put out 4 slides. The previous reviews are from picky people. - silverado
Sep 2017 - $17.00
The best part of this park is the cost and the owner who is super friendly and helpful. If you are here for fishing and crabbing this is the place. The turn into the park is on a slight downgrade and it is a tight turn inside the park. The sites are very very narrow. Our neighbor on the passenger side had to pull his awning in so we wouldn't hit it while pulling into the site and again when we pulled out. We didn't fully extend our living room slide for fear it would hit the neighbor on the driver's side. We were in site 1, a pull-thru, and it did have full hook ups and no issues with the hook ups. Very little place to walk dogs, unless you cross the street and go to the boat dock area. There is no WiFi, Verizon signal was good. You are not far from Cape Mears Lighthouse or Cape Lookout State Park and the food at the Upstairs Bar and Grill across the street was good. We stayed September 20-23, 2017 and paid $17 a night with our Passport America discount. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Sep 2017 - $17.00
This is a fish camp. It is not glamping. If you want a reasonable price, with all the services available to crabbing and fishing, this is the place for you. If you want to try a different experience, this is the place for you. Yes, you are very close to your neighbor. Yes, when it rains, you might be parked in mud. But they do a very good job, catering those that want a good value, and want to enjoy some bounty from the sea. Many large rigs and 5th wheels are camped, but, it is tight. It just depends on the experience you want. Very reasonable and clean laundry, baths were clean, but dated, and a great fish cleaning station to keep the undesirables smells away from the M.H. (there is a rodent problem near the cleaning station and trash cans, but, again, I saw staff laying out poison, not a place to walk you dog, but, its clearly marked) I was skeptical when I pulled in, but was totally won over by the staff, the people and the ocean. - coloradoriverguy
Jun 2017 - $17.00
Spent two nights here..all hook ups fine..spot case to level..wifi very good..service fine..put us in middle little tight..no trees not a destination spot unless you are towing..lots of summer long campers - Kaysha15
Sites: 61 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Jul 2017 - $45.00
The entrance to this park is a DANGEROUS place - an accident waiting to happen. It is on a steep hill and only one vehicle can fit at a time. But you can't see that until you're already committed. We had a bad situation leaving. A guy turned in as we were trying to make the turn out. He couldn't go forward and we couldn't go back. Very scary. Had to creep slowly out into the highway without being able to see past him. Otherwise this place had a pretty little river, but most of the occupants were full timers, and most of the rigs, cars, and trucks were older. People camping there were very nice, though. Sites were tight, and the one we had almost impossible to get into. Literally took several back ups/pull forwards to miss some big pipes in the road and a boat parked on the grass between our site and our neighbor. Office staff not the best either. We only stayed there because it was all I could find in the area. But we won't be back. - DYK 640
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We stayed a week on a river view site. This is a nice park with spaces that are really wide. The park was recently purchased by new owners in May, who are working hard to improve the park and it shows. The WiFi was good. The restrooms were rustic and could definitely use and upgrade but were clean. The site was gravel with a large grass area. It rained while we were there and it was evident that the sites need more gravel, because the sites turned muddy.
I would rate this park higher if it wasn't for the road noise. The park is in a canyon so the road noise is amplified. The noise was constant with car and large truck traffic. Because of the noise we would not stay there again. - newbies2016
Jul 2016 - $29.00
There are not a lot of good options in the Tillamook area, so I am hesitant to write this review, and let the preverbial cat out of the bag, but here goes.
This is a no frills, basic rv park, right on the Wilson River.
There are quite a few full time residents here, but everyone we met was very cordial.
The management is wonderful, and will go out of their way to help if they can. We had a back in site, right against the river. There is a little noise from Hwy 6, but it quiets down at night quite nicely. Comparatively speaking, it is much quieter than most others in the area.
50 amp service we had worked flawlessly, and the water pressure ( once you take the park regulator off ) was decent.
This is a full hook up park, and the area we were in, against the river, is all short timers, either daily or for a week.
Those with dish, are able to get rooftop satellite, but, with our direct tv, we couldn't get satellite due to the tree line. As normal, park wifi is pretty non existent, but as of a couple months ago, the park is under new ownership, and they are working on improving it.
The back in sites along the river are huge. Plenty of grass, picnic table, fire rings, with lots of space between you and your neighbor. We enjoyed walking, and watching all the dogs playing in the river. There is a very large grassy area between your spot and the river for get togethers over a fire and cocktails.
We will definitely return. - Mr&MrsFulltimers
Jun 2018 - $37.00
We had one of the four spots looking out at the bay. Very nice, however, they had installed two raised "U" shaped bars near the front of the space. We had to be very careful to avoid running over them. I believe they were placed there to strap down a rig during very high winds. Right next to our spot was the office which was in the process of being completely remodeled inside and out. Lots of construction noise and dust. We complained one day because there was constant grinding for about 4 hours in the morning. The park refunded our fee for that day which was nice. There was very nice grass surrounding our space. Laundry prices were quite reasonable. The WiFi was fine, probably because we were at the front of the park. The office folks were very very nice and helpful. They helped us with our first experience with clamming. They sell licenses right there. Their boat rentals are pricey...$95 for 3 hours. Bottom line is ...We would stay here again. WARNING - if you drive a big rig and are coming from the south...do NOT take any shortcut (sandlake, cape lookout, whiskey creek, netarts bay roads);. there are low hanging branches and you will have an issue. Our front A/C shroud was knocked off the roof. Take 101 into Tillamook then 131 to the park. - marvls
Jun 2018 - $34.00
This is a very nice RV park, but does have some issues. The grounds are kept looking very nice. Water pressure was fair, all other utilities good. Didn't use WIFI but were told at the office it is very slow. Had a nice laundry and only $1 for washers and dryers. They are upgrading the office. Main complaints are the sites are VERY narrow and the utility pole was very close to the drive. We had to park in front of the pole to get out slides out. Had to put a cone out in front of the rig as we were barely in the road. We were not the only ones. Also had to move the picnic table off the patio to get our slides out on that side. We were in the upper area and I am thinking there are some sites down below that the utility pole is further back. Just make sure they know if you have slides. The other complaint was probably not the parks fault, but the trash truck came through at 5:45am! We were parked right across from the trash dumpsters and there were several dumpsters to dump so we were wide awake before they were through. AT&T coverage not good, Verizon was weak. Where we were at, we could get satellite, but would be tough at other sites. - jacknpeg
Jun 2018 - $40.00
One of the top 4 parks out of the 314 we have stayed at since we retired in 2009 - lots of wild life and great views of the bay from the front sites on the seals on the sand bar - new owners completely redoing the admin building spending a fortune on a new retaining wall up front - rr2254545
Jun 2017 - $15.00
We stay here every time we come to Tillamook, which is just about every year and sometimes twice a year.
This is a nice quiet CG. No facilities except for 2-3 water spigots. Good level gravel parking pads. Most have picnic tables and a fire pit. In mid to late August there are lot of ripe wild blackberries to pick. - A-S_Travels
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Entrance is at Matlock Road sign. Exactly 5/10 of a mile south of the flashing yellow light on hwy 101. There is a sign on the hwy that says Tillamook Airport & RV park. Drive down the narrow asphalt road between the corn fields. Turn right as soon as you come into the campground or you will be going the wrong way.
Each site is a nice level gravel site with picnic table and fire ring. Surrounding area is mowed grass.
Price is $15 with a self serve pay station at a bldg marked RV Office. It was very nice and quiet. There are 2 water spigots in the park but No dump station or electricity.
We would definitely come back. - catrst
Jul 2016 - $12.00
What a little gem! Sites are gravel and well spaced and level. Some looked like they hadn't been used for a long time. This is a bear bones campground but if you are just looking for a cheap place to camp for a while it is perfect. Good Verizon cell service. There are restroom near the gate to the airport where you pay for your site and 2 water faucets in the campground. - rhianna
May 2018 - $35.00
About 6 miles south of Tillamook in the "country". A nice quiet setting with grass sites and picnic tables. We used water and electric only to be close to showers and laundry. Excellent wiFi and cable tv. Many long term RVers but no problems at all. Met some nice folks. Showers are super clean with individual rooms with johns, sinks and showers along with seat. Lots of not wild rabbits which kept our cat very entertained watching thru windows. We would stay here again. - KAZIMIRA
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We were there as a Good Sams Chapter. Very good meeting room and kitchen. Nice staff we were very satisfied with everything.
No sewer for this spot but was told the whole park will be with sewer next year, 2017. - donLee
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Nice, quiet park is a few miles south of Tillamook. Open pull-thru sites between the trees. No problem getting in or out of sites. There were a lot of 5ers and motorhomes. Gravel roads and grassy sites. You will need to level your rig side to side unless you can get your tires in exactly the right spot.
Bathrooms and showers are at the back of the laundry area - large separate rooms with shower, toilet, and sink. No shower curtains so even tho' water was hot it was hard to keep the air warm being so open. Also park did not supply hand soap to use after using the facilities. Single o/h light meant room was reasonably light but sink area was darker - hard to see in the mirror (maybe that's a good thing?!).
Sani dump is on the way into the park, not on the way out.
We stayed one night. We would stay here again. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2018 - $42.00
Our site was nowhere close to being level. Site was pea gravel, bordered by grass. Utilities were in the middle of the site. Was very difficult to get the camper level and miss the power pedestal. The cable TV required a converter box, which didn't work and the note in the converter bag stated cable was offered free, so don't complain if it doesn't work. On this evening, it wasn't quiet. The mutt in the adjacent trailer barked constantly while owners were gone. Then the other mutts in the CG chimed in. Shower was .25 for 3 minutes. Roads were gravel and OK on the navigational side. Will not return. - SD75mac
Oct 2017 - $38.00
We found this RV Park on this website. It was the first one listed and had a good rating. Although it is the furthest out of Tillamook (about 6 miles), it was well located to explore the area. The woman at the front desk was extremely helpful and friendly, giving us lots of ideas of things to explore. The park was very quiet, very clean and well cared for. Pull through sites are just long enough to accommodate our truck and trailer. Sewer hookups are at the back of the site and required two sections of hose. We have three slides so the site was rather tight, but not overly tight. The laundry (two washers and two dryers - $1.25 each) and restrooms were very clean. Although I don't know about the old owners, it was mentioned that there are new owners. There are two yurts and three more in progress. They look very spacious and sleep 6 each. We would stay here again, if we were in the area. - Tracy Barnett
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Great location for this park close to the coastal cities and also the sites in Tillamook. Sites and roads are gravel with a small grass area for most. The park offers bathrooms, shower and laundry along with working wifi. - Gary Gilliam
Jul 2013 - $25.00
This is a gravel lot, all back in. The driveway is wide and the area quiet. That is the end of the nice things to say. There is no sewer. They only take cash. And there is an astounding fee of $40 to dump, even when you stay. I have never seen such a fee before and will never stay here again. Only 30 amp service. - red baron
Dec 2012 - $25.00
We stayed here for a few days and loved the place. It was beautiful, clean, and very helpful staff. They even helped us with booking a tour at the Tillamook plant. I would refer this place to any one. Thank you everyone for making our stay memorable. - M.Krishnankutty
Aug 2010 - $29.00
This campsite has a lot of potential because it's nicely situated on the river and just 5 miles from Tillamook. Our spot was near the office and was paved and level with full hookups. Because we were near the office, we had good WiFi reception. There are lots of (run down) permanent trailers stationed on the sites, that sadly gives this campsite a rundown look. The reason we give this campsite a low rating of 6 is because of the restrooms. The restrooms are absolutely disgusting! I had one shower here, which cost a quarter for 6 minutes which is a good price, the water was warm and good pressure, but the shower and the toilets were absolutely filthy. I don't mean dusty, I mean moldy, empty cans of beer and chewing tobacco, dirty clothes, etc. If the owner of this campsite would invest in cleaning and fixing both the mens and ladies restrooms, this would be a very nice campsite. - Rip3d