An atv park with direct dune access. Sites are very tight. We had to back into pull thru as the turn coming in was way too tight for our 30 foot trailer. Everyone was respectful of quiet time hours. Unless you are riding the dunes then I would not stay in this park. This park is very rustic, nothing fancy here. It does serve it's purpose and is very popular, especially on weekends. - sharkbait
We had trouble even pulling in due to the ATVs everywhere. The people in the site next to ours had taken over our site when we arrived. They moved their things some, but continued overflowing into our site. They came over and looked in at us while we were eating. Then, they asked if we knew it was a biker campground! They have wide sites, but unless you're here with an ATV or dirt bike, go somewhere else! - jbecs
This is our second time here and it was a great week. This place is one of the best campgrounds we have ever stayed in. The restrooms are very clean, the staff is always here to help, and the views of the river and inlet to the ocean are very scenic. Flat sites, lots of room with grass between sites, 23 miles south of Florence and 22 miles north of Coos Bay. - jhb1945
There are two rates, $15 for almost every site and $20 for a few extra long sites at the end of section marked in red. Dump is an extra $10! If you need to dump, go South 7 miles to a Eel Lake park for free. Quaint little town with several seafood options. You're basically dry camping at a marina. There is a pier dedicated for crabbing. It appears you can crab at your site without any issues. There is a dump station (extra fee), water fill, boat ramp, showers, bathrooms and playground nearby. - Craig H
The two previous reviewers confused this area with nearby RV parks. This is essentially a huge parking lot in the middle of the harbor for dry camping only. Many people rent the neighboring site to park their boat/trailer. The view is spectacular - right on the water. The dump is now $10 and limited to only 20 dumps per day, so plan accordingly. Fresh water is free. We would definitely stay here again. - Mingo Papa
A lady in the Visitor Center in Reedsport had recommend this RV park, and right she was! Perfect location, well off Hwy 101, a marina on one side, a bay on the other. The gorgeous Umqua Beach is only one mile away. Sites are paved, top level, and offer perfectly arranged full hookups. The rate depends on the site's size and location in the park. Our rate reflects a 10% Good Sam discount for a large pull through in second row from the bay. The only reason we don't rate this park a '10' is the lack of privacy between the sites and the Wi-Fi which we only could catch because we use an antenna booster. This may depend on the location in the park. Other than that it's just a wonderful place to stay, and therefore, we'll return for sure. - TheSchweitzers
Dove into this park after getting the "eebie jeebies" at a different park one mile previously up the road. Greeted by a friendly person who processed my credit card but didn't make me fill out any kind of form since I was staying one night. Friendly person let me pick from a variety of sites within the Wi-Fi range. Sites are gravel, and are fairly wide. Good thing the sites are wide, because if the park is full, there isn't any space between the sites. The wideness of the sites makes up for the lack of space between the sites. There is a very nice fish cleaning station. Wi-Fi worked great! Cable TV had a wide selection of channels and great digital reception surprisingly for cable. The web site indicated there are showers and laundry, but I didn't get to see those. Very short walk to eating establishments, but be careful, the short walk is on busy Highway 101. There was some road noise, but not bad from my site. Decent place to overnight on your way down Highway 101. This park is open year round. - DXSMac
Just did not care for this campground. Camp hosts not all that helpful or friendly and mostly sold wood. Information said site would accommodate a 40 foot motor home but we had to rearrange and move the coach our second day there in order to park car so it would not be on tree roots. Very dense trees coverage so no satellite. Nice hike around the lake and other campers were friendly so our stay was fine. Just probably wouldn't do it again there. Oregon has a lot of nice state parks. We went through a number of campgrounds on day trips from there and would pick another one next time. - rwarner22
Convenient for exploring the lower Oregon Coast. Lots of trees so no satellite signal and weak Verizon signal. Tight, mostly level site. Clean site. Rate reflects outrageous Reserve America fee which is $8 per reservation. Great tour at the nearby lighthouse. Elk viewing sight east of Winchester Bay had a HUGE number of elk at sundown. - SunStar203
This is a beautiful State Park, however, it has not been upgraded since it was built. The location is great, so close to the coast and the Umpqua lighthouse, but the facilities are dated. The hosts are friendly and helpful, but we really had problems with the sewer connections and never really got a tight fit even with much trying and host help. Some of the sites are pretty shaded and can be a bit dark especially during the frequent local rains. It is nice to have campfires and we will return again only for a shorter stay. We stayed for 2 weeks and one would have been perfect. - Vicki G
Came for a week, and stayed for a month. Beautiful views of the river and harbor. Very quiet, since we were here off season. Not too many kids, which was nice. Easy driving distance to Coos Bay and Bandon.
The sites are level, but we had to work a little bit to get both of our slides out due to the shrubs being at just the wrong height.
There wasn't enough room for our truck in back, or front of our 35' fifth wheel, so it was a good thing the park wasn't busy.
Very short driving distance to piers to go crabbing, and a lot of beach nearby for clamming.
Will definitely stay here again. - Mr&MrsFulltimers
For me, this place is a 10; others may disagree. If you gotta have shade, this isn't the place for you. Otherwise, it is hard to beat. Sites are wide and level, asphalt parking pads and lots of well-kept grass. View is good from all sites. Roads are paved and wide enough. They have some waterfront sites set up for motorhomes, some for trailers, so you can have the view on the right end for either. Staff is nice and helpful. Location is good. Good Verizon voice and 4G signals. - JA1800
The park was very clean, the laundry, restrooms and showers were excellent. The Wi-Fi was spotty. The location on the Oregon coast was fairly central between Coos Bay and Florence. The main issue when we stayed here was that there was no cable available for the entire week of the stay. This was very inconvenient. Before I would stay here again I would check to see if the cable was available. - Whale13
We would have rated this park higher if there had been cable TV, OTA TV, and more reliable Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi was fast, but we were unable to connect and download e-mail with windows mail. It is still a great deal, because the sites are paved, level, and large. You will not be packed like sardines in a can. Washrooms and showers are older, but well maintained. Not all sites have all services, so check before setting up. For dog lovers, there is an off leash area at Champion Park (look for the sign at the corner of Hwy101 and Hwy38). We would stay here again. - Snoet
Rate is for a 30 amp full hookup back-in site. Road and sites are asphalt, road is a little tight, most sites angle off the road, a few are perpendicular. Have good cable and are going to be installing Wi-Fi. Sites tend to be short but there is a large separate parking area for vehicles, boats, etc. A high bluff with trees is on the back (south) side so no satellite. Good Verizon coverage. This is one of two Windy Cove RV parks, it is on the one closer to town, and it only has a few reservable sites. The other Windy Cove Park - B - has mostly reservable sites. We would stay here again if in the area. - Bob-Linda
This is a great find! It is one of 2 Douglas County parks on Winchester Bay Harbor (Park "A" and Park "B" which are right next to each other. ) This one is Park "A". Park "A" is for drop-ins only. Park "B" accepts reservations. Check out the website for details. We paid $20 + $3 for cable which is optional. The sites have a view of the water and boats in the marina just across the street. (Note, they didn't have an option in the review to show it is on a harbor, so I had to choose "no" under the water category, however, you can see the water and walk across the street to it). Our site backed up to the woods -very nice and private in the back. Plenty of room for backing into the space. The hosts were wonderful. Delicious food at the fish and chips restaurant just across the street,(which is a boat floating on the water - Ungers Bay restaurant). We would stay here again. - Minnesota Irish Rovers
We did not stay here. We stopped here twice the first full week of August - once as we traveled south along the coast and once as we headed back north a few days later. Both days we stopped here were weekdays. Both times we were told that both of these county parks' FHU sites were booked for the days we stopped. The sites and facilities looked fine and most empty sites had orange cones in them signifying that they were reserved. This place is very popular with ATVers. So, I would advise anyone wanting to stay at either of these parks during the summer should reserve well ahead of your planned arrival. Reservations on their website must be made 2 weeks prior to your planned stay. - Jerry S
This park is located next to Campground "A" but has internet along with cable TV. We chose this park for the location to the harbor and the wi-fi. The view from this small county park is great. It's within miles of the state park and lighthouse. This park is one of several county parks in the area. The host is nice and placed us where we had an awesome view. There is a trail across the road. I think at times this park is full of ATV families but the dunes are not next door - which is great for those of us that are not fans. The county workers keep the park clean and neat. 40 sites have FHUs. Both nice little parks with separate hosts. - westie0506