Ocean Park Washington Campgrounds
32 RV Parks near Ocean Park, Washington
Sep 2016 - $28.00
We like this park, very nice, clean and I think where we were parked in the park, we were out in the front spots that made it a little more convenient and very quiet. I did do what the last person said about the owners; you cannot find two nicer people to accommodate you during your stay. Even though this is a mobile home/ RV park, the more permanent people here were very nice everything was clean and tidy to the fact that it's something I'm not used to seeing. The weather while we were here was extremely good, no rain. I think when you're in this type of environment and you don't have everything wet; it gives you more of a clean feeling, but I think this park was so well taken care of that would not make a difference. We would definitely stay here again .
There is one thing that I am finding out more and more lately is that the cable supplied by the RV parks and this one falls into that category you need a cable box. You just don't hook your cable up anymore; you have to put a box inside your motorhome. I am going to have to work on making this for a quick disconnect and connect, so that we can use the park cable. I still don't travel with a satellite and don't see doing it for the near future. - monaco cruiser
Aug 2016 - $30.00
If you're looking for a nice, clean RV park run by two of the nicest, most responsive on-site owners we've ever met, this is the place! These two owners are friendly and helpful.
A fellow camper just let his two big dogs wander and do their business in our site. (We heard other campers yelling at this guy so we weren't the only ones). We asked the owner gentleman if he happened to have a picnic table so our stuff wouldn't get peed on. (I tend to get a little cranky when someone lets their dog pee on my BBQ.) Anyway, he had a table to us within 5 minutes. He also came by to make sure we got the cable box up and going. Not intrusive: just attentive.
The showers are spotless. Ditto with the restrooms. This is a nice quiet park close to a major vehicle access for beach driving. Even when they were busy, it didn't feel cramped here. Also close to shopping with two of the area grocery stores just down the street. We really enjoyed our time here and will be back next time we're in the area. - Travelfish
Aug 2013 - $25.00
This is an older park that has been nicely maintained. Gravel roads and wide grassy pads. Good staging area when you pull in. Good Wi-Fi. I'm using it now to write this review. Very good, extended cable TV. About 60 channels. Close to the Pacific Ocean and Willapa Bay. Very quite. Has a visitor's lounge. Full service kitchen with barbeque. Fish and oyster cleaning building. Very large tent area. Very pet friendly. Some permanent residents but quiet and neat. A couple grocery stores a short distance from the park. I will stay here again when in the area. - bradydane2009
May 2017 - $35.00
This park is run by a wonderful husband and wife. Their warm country feel gives off a sense that they want and do treat everyone like family. The park may not have some of the features other parks will have such as General stores or swimming pools but their intent in making everyone feel comfortable makes up for more sophisticated features. We stayed their for three nights and enjoyed every moment. - Bank
May 2012 - $26.00
This is a quiet, older RV park, within walking distance of the ocean. It is kept clean. There were only 3 RVers camping during our stay. There are no real activities, although there is a pool and hot tub available, so for recreation, you are pretty much on your own. There are 11 cable TV channels with reception being so-so (affected by stormy weather). Wi-Fi is excellent. RV sites are on grass. We arrived during a heavy rain, making leveling a bit of a challenge (ground was a bit soft, but not bad). The management is very pleasant. There are a few stores, restaurants, and gasoline available in town. Main shopping is in Long Beach, about 1/2-hour south. Restrooms are clean (pay showers: 25 cents per 5 minutes). Good, clean laundry facilities. Big rigs work well, too. Lots to see and experience in the greater surrounding area. This is a park we would revisit. - Dusty Traveler
May 2008 - $32.00
The people that own the park are working very hard to make improvements. The pull thru site are in the open and they let us park awning to awning. There is a great hardware store a block away that has every thing you can think of. There is also a book store coffee shop 3 blocks away. We will stay there again. - Foglesong
Aug 2016 - $33.00
We had an oceanfront site, which meant that if we stood on our toes inside the motorhome we could see a sliver of ocean. Between the park and the ocean there is a path which is about two football field lengths. The site and park were adequate except that people have unleashed dogs all over the park and they don't pick up after them. We called the office to have someone come to our site and clean up some of the dog excrement and they did send someone. If I were to come to the peninsula again I would probably stay in Long Beach, which is a little bit livelier. - RVerMJ
Jun 2015 - $37.00
This is an older park that is about 11 miles north of Ilwaco. Some of the sites do have a distant view of the ocean but it is not worth paying extra for. If you are able, you can walk to the beach, but it is quite a ways. We checked other parks in the area, and the walk to the beach is about the same. This park has not been kept up as some of the other parks have, but it is adequate. Cable is fair, restrooms are clean, laundry is cheap but only one machine. We would stay here again. - johnanann
Sep 2013 - $40.00
We stayed here over Rod Run weekend. It was a really nice quiet park full of motorhomes and no full time residents. I was really pleased with the feeling of security and the easy walk to the beach through the dunes. There was plenty of play area for my kids and dogs and they were able to run freely through the dunes. There was also cabins that seemed very nice and quaint. I wouldn't mind staying in one next time. This will be my go to park from now on and am booked for every major RV holiday for the next year! - BlahBlahBlah
Aug 2016 - $38.00
We stayed here for 4 nights in a 27' travel trailer. I had requested a back-in site that was in the shade. It was easy to back into and was flat. It was large gravel...no grass. Some of the pull-thru sites in the sun had a grassy area. The picnic table was very short. If you were using it to cook on there wasn't much room for eating. Most everyone had another table they brought with them.
This was a small KOA but very quiet and clean. The site we were at was big enough that you didn't feel crowded if someone was parked next to you.
They had a large fenced dog run which my dog liked. Staff was very friendly. There is no pool here but they did have a nice playground for kids.
The sewer dump is right by the office and we had to go up, around, and head back into the park so our hoses were on the correct side. A little awkward.
There was a nice path to the beach where you could get clams if you wanted to.
I would stay here again. - Rorygirl
Jul 2016 - $39.00
We stayed in our 13' teardrop trailer. Site 7 was suitable for a 30-footer. The park roads are gravel and appear to offer easy maneuvering for large rigs. We didn't see many sites that would offer much privacy. The restrooms and showers are outstanding. The hosts and staff are wonderful with kids and sponsor many activities for them; it would be a terrific destination for a young family. Cable is apparently limited to six channels and internet is through Tengo; both are included at no additional charge but I did not try either. - Civilguy
Apr 2016 - $45.00
We love this campground. The service is awesome. The bathrooms are always clean. The park is in great shape. - ac liberty
Aug 2017 - $26.00
Pegg's RV park is about 5 1/2 miles from the intersection of Hwy 101 and Hwy 103 on Hwy 103. Pegg's driveway is opposite a large bright yellow billboard advertising Lighthouse Realty. As you turn into Pegg's driveway do not be deterred by the horrible condition of the first house you see. This house and property looks like a junkyard but I do not believe that the owner of Pegg's RV park owns this property. The entire campground consists of a wide open field on packed dirt and gravel. All sites are back-in. Most of the sites are not leveled. I had to use over 5 inches of wood to get leveled. All sites have FHU with 20/30 electrical service. The voltage was strong - hovering around 122 volts. Cable is available but we did not use it. There is a picnic table but no fire ring or WiFi. Propane barbecues are allowed but not the charcoal version. No camp fires are allowed due to the existing burn ban. Verizon air card and cell phone reception worked well here. Check with the camp host if there is space available if you have a large rig. There is a bathroom with one shower per gender. The bathroom was clean but not very appealing. We did not use them. The office doubles as a "clubhouse". Since it was not very busy the host placed an RV in one site leaving the next site empty. There is a path to the ocean. Don't forget to place some kind of marker on the beach so you know where to pick up the trail back to the campground. You can hear the ocean from the campground. During our stay the park at night was extremely quiet. We would come back to this park. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. The price reflects the weekly rate. Note that this campground is for sale and has been for a while. - adsaxs
Sep 2016 - $26.00
Not the Taj mahal but good enough for a few days or a week at the beach. If you pay for 6 days, 7th day is free so it makes it relatively cheap to stay here. Park is well kept and clean, although aged. Owners are friendly and helpful. Have stayed here several times and will do so again when in the area. All sites are back in. - A Wedding
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Basically a rectangular lot with gravel, grass and about 30 hook-up sites very close together. Solid surface throughout. Four long term residents but things were neat and clean. It was us and one other "weekender". Can't comment on restrooms because they were locked.
We have a 36' Class A and were rammed against the tree limbs at the back. Some spaces further back appeared to be deeper.
A two-block walk on a path to the beach, not bad compared to some other parks in the area.
We enjoyed our stay, found the owners friendly and helpful. Their rules may explain why the place was early empty on a beautiful summer weekend:
No children allowed
No credit cards, cash only
No open fires, fire pits
Only one dog allowed per site
Quiet hours begin at 8PM
I don't think the experience would have been as nice if the place were full and we were jammed in like an RV sales lot. As it was we had the last spot before the beach path with a nice view toward the ocean. - SteveSox
Jul 2017 - $50.00
As stated, this is probably the best RV Park in the Long Beach area. The husband and wife owners live at the front of the park and insure it is well maintained, provide an acceptable presence throughout the day and evening, and insure customers are happy; each arriving RV is guided to and into the assigned site. Did not experience any pedestal electrical issues, cell coverage (Verizon) was excellent. Laundry could possibly use additional washers/dryers, though we did not experience difficulty finding an empty machine. Fire rings are not available at sites, however screen fire pit can be rented (daily rate) and will be delivered, along with any wood required ($). I checked that a patio is available; a wood-chip filled rectangle between sites - better, the area at the rear of each site, mown grass/weeds which fulfilled our patio requirements. Our only complaint, which was addressed to the owner, was that the path to the beach could be improved on. Response - He would love to do just that, but any such action is prevented by local/state/federal environmental agencies! - JohnandMari
Oct 2016 - $50.00
SITES: As others have stated, it is a large rectangular gravelled area. On the North and South sides, the sites are located so that you back in. The sites are narrow. There is a great deal of maneuvering room to allow you to back in. In late October, there were from 5 to 12 rigs there at one time and I believe they have about 70 sites. So they spread people out and it was not too close. It wouldn't be that way in August. Our 30 foot trailer took the entire depth of space, so the tow vehicle was parked at a right angle in front.
UTILITIES: I measured 127 volts at the pedestal and it was wired correctly. Water pressure was OK and there was no problem with the sewer. Others have complained about the WIFI, saying it was slow. When we were there, there were few other campers and the WIFI was satisfactory. If there were six times as many campers, it might not be fast enough, but I don't know. They offer no TV cable, citing a cantankerous local cable company. I was not able to get any signal off the air. Perhaps that was a fault of my antenna.
AMENTITIES: They have a clubhouse and while we were there, a group was regularly using it. If you have an RV Club or large family whose branches each have an RV, this would be a plus.
LOCATION: The park is separated from the beach by sand dunes. You walk a path, about 100 yards to the beach, the longest beach in the world. Dogs are not to be off leash in the park or in the dunes, but can be let loose on the beach, and they love it. - Bill from Seattle
Aug 2016 - $45.00
We stayed at Anderson's as a member of the Cascade Sams RV Chapter the last weekend of August. The Good: The campground is one of the best RV parks in the area and the owners provide excellent help backing into the 90 degree sites. The Bad: The Wifi is good when it works. I tethered my cell phone to my laptop most of the time. Apparently, the RV park double booked two RV chapters (ours and Allegro Chapter 54) for the club house for the weekend. Allegros got the best RV sites and club house for Saturday/Sunday. Our chapter got the spots over the septic field and the clubhouse for Friday only. Site #2 smells like #2. Woman's restroom had #2 on the toilet seat. Floor was pretty dirty. Our chapter will not be going to Anderson's again in future. When we made our reservations in June, the owners charged our credit card for all three nights. - User1021
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Stayed for a week during Kite Festival. Small park but very clean and quiet. Rec room pool table was a kick. Owner very friendly and helpful. Site is easy walk to beach and bus stop to town. Highly recommend this park. If in the area again we'll definitely stay there. - Brian A
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Nice small well run park. Some long term residents but all kept very clean and orderly. Quite and convenient location. Close to the beach and one of the nicer parks in the area. Would camp there again. Terri and her dog helpers really took care of us. - Jamesrock
May 2017 - $30.00
We stayed at Cranberry RV Park for a week at $216. The owner is a very nice lady! The park is quiet and not windy, as it is about a mile from the beach and surrounded by trees to block the winds. It is a clean park and nicely mowed and cleaned after each camper leaves their site. The laundry room machines work well, and is inexpensive. There are some folks who live there, and they are quiet and very nice! Their sites are well kept. It is near Cape Disappointment State Park, and not far from Astoria, Oregon. We were able to park our truck behind our 5th wheel conveniently. If in the area, we would definitely return! - Lindy White
Aug 2017 - $10.00
Will not be back. The sites are not designed for slideouts. The pavement is buckled, potholed, and sites now not level in many places -- looks like years of neglect. The clubhouse toilet seats are designed for "hobbits". The pool table is "closed due to abuse by minors". The shuffle board courts are so faded they are unreadable. And several full timers live here. - ronsco
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Honestly, other reviewers are being overly polite in describing the sites as "small" or "tight." They are the smallest, tiniest RV sites we've ever encountered and, like Farmers Insurance, we've seen a thing or two. I stepped ours off and it was just a little over twelve feet wide. Maybe six feet between our door and the side of our neighbor's rig. Really could not put our awning out more than a few feet. I'd skip this one. - User3369
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Checked in at 11:30 thru ROD & charged $5 early check in fee. Assigned pull thru site in center so narrow w/ rear hookups that could not be entered as such. Had to make K turn in field behind before approaching (standard practice we soon learned.) Told not to let rear of rig (or bike attached) extend beyond utility post, though many parked tow vehicles behind, perpendicular to rig. ??? Sites too narrow to extend awning or lawnchairs. Pay wifi we did not use. Great access to beach, which is probably only reason we will return. Site was huge disappointment. - brauneyz
Aug 2013 - $30.00
Not the nicest park. Full of local long term residents. Tiny sites, dogs roaming about, excrement everywhere. Manager not there in early afternoon. A resident volunteered to help but was not an employee. Long Beach in general has a lot of issues; definitely not the fun place of my youth. Sad to see this town so run down. - Slkneib
Aug 2011 - $30.00
We arrived after 3:00 on Friday. We could not find a manager although open sign was on by door. After 20 minutes or so a fellow showed up and said manager was gone. He didn't know where to park us so we waited. After 4:00 the manager showed up (inebriated?). Parked us and we were able to extend slide and hook ups were adequate. The roads are dusty, but what do you expect at the beach, and pet poo was everywhere it seems. It is a nice walk to beach and facilities were clean. The wi-fi was not working but cable was great (60 plus channels). The fishing was great and we will be back for clamming. - the boat guy
Aug 2011 - $30.00
Two good things: Walk to the beach (long walk, very long beach). Watch TV; many cable TV channels (but no list so hard to find anything in particular). Many bad things: It's mainly a run-down trailer park with a few transient spaces for RVs and tents. Our resident neighbor hit me up to "watch" our motorhome for us; I didn't care for the implication, and we would have left at that moment but didn't have anywhere to go (busy weekend). Animal excrement everywhere, possibly because residents let dogs and cats roam, in violation of park policy, so don't know where they drop stuff. Lots of it around my site's hookups, I had to do things on tip-toes. Sprint cellphone did not work -- ZILCH signal. Park Wi-Fi did not work; I could see the signal come and go -- I never could connect. NOT GOING BACK! - TravelHawk
Oct 2017 - $34.00
Stayed at the park for two days. The park was very quite and comfortable. It is a big round a bout so its easy to get in and out. WIFI was good and the power was solid. The manager was very nice and very knowledgeable about what was going on around town. I do wish the bathrooms where a little more updated. I camped at Driftwood RV park in a fifth Wheel. - Tracy N
May 2017 - $48.00
Before I tell my story, first understand that this is a VERY low end RV park, with grass RV sites on what appears to be low lying land (it was quite soggy). Many of the rv's parked there appeared to be long term. I was unimpressed even before my hassle with the manager. I contacted the park manager on Sunday, May 28 (day before Memorial Day) to make a reservation for Monday evening, Memorial Day. I asked the manager if she would honor the Passport America rate, even though it was the evening of a holiday. She immediately said she would honor the rate. I arrived at the park on Monday about 5 pm. The office was locked and a sign on the window said "select a site and call me at xxxx phone number". So I found a site (which was grass and very soggy) and got the rv hooked up and leveled. The maintenance man stopped at my rig and said the manager wanted me to check in. So I went to the office right away. However, the office was still locked and dark. After a few minutes the manager showed up and began to chastise me for not calling right away. I told her I had only been there 10 minutes. She backed off and began to check me in. I pulled out my Passport America card and credit card. She suddenly told me she couldn't honor the Passport America card since it was a holiday. I reminded her of our conversation the previous day. She insisted she could not honor the discount, even though she had promised it the day before. Instead of the $24 rate for Passport, she insisted the full rate of 47.50. I refused, and disconnected the rv. - Breckc
Apr 2017 - $34.00
The woman who ran the office was the most unfriendly person I've met in a long time. It was muddy, to hard to park a fifth wheel too many cars and very close to each other. They rent it out to people who live there year round and I felt like I was staying in a use car lot, with rundown trailers. the bathroom was a mess. Sorry I wasted my money and would never stay there again, or recommend it ever. - Andrea Bucini