Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Offering something for everyone, the Oregon Coast is a surreal and intriguing experience for exploration and camping in the United States.  Stretching over 350 miles, the coast is sprinkled with unique activities of all kinds.  

Whether you’re interested in scenic hiking, biking trails winding through forests and along beachfronts, touring historic picturesque towns, marine life exhibits and lighthouses, or just sticking your toes in the sand and watching the sunset, Oregon has it all.  

Want to see the options for campsites on the Oregon Coast?

Great! You’re in the right place.

Here are some of the most comfortable and enjoyable family-friendly stays for camping on the Oregon Coast. (And if you want to find more fun on the West Coast check out this post about our Pacific Coast Highways Road Trip!)

Camping on the Oregon Coast

Campsites on the Oregon Coast Camping in Oregon
RV Camping in Oregon: Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Sea and Sand RV Park 

Depoe Bay, OR

RV Camping on the Oregon Coast

Located on the central Oregon Coastline, this RV park consists of both private/forested campsites, and those with ocean views.  The park offers a seven mile stretch of sandy beach, where you can enjoy the immaculate views and watch for whales.  The park’s amenities include:

  • RV sites with with electric, water, sewer, free wifi, and cable tv
  • Multiple pull-thru RV sites
  • Restrooms, showers, and laundry
  • Walking trails through the forest and to the beach
  • Office/store with essential items, gifts, ice, and firewood
Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Close by to Newport and Lincoln City, the park is only a short drive away from aquariums, shopping, dining, lighthouses, casino gaming, and golfing.  

Also nearby are perfect locations for deep sea and freshwater fishing in Depoe Bay and local rivers and streams.  Open for over 35 years, the Sea and Sand RV park makes a relaxing stay for those wanting a home away from home on the Oregon Coast, and an exciting visit for those looking for local tourist activities.

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Tillicum Beach Campground

Yachats, OR

RV, tent, and car camping on the Oregon Coast

With most of its 61 campsites bearing beach views, this makes a great location not only for camping, but whale watching.  Housing several single-family campsites with electric and water, this campground makes a simple and cozy overnight stay for car, tent, or RV camping on the Oregon Coast. 

  • 61 tent, auto and trailer sites
  • 8 pull-thru sites
  • Picnic tables & campfire rings
  • Drinking water & flush toilets
  • Salt water fishing 

It also lies just north of Cape Perpetua for easy travel to the forested headland for checking out Sitka spruce, exploring tide pools, and hiking.  The Tillicum Beach Campground is a perfect rustic environment for family camping on the Oregon Coast.

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South Beach State Park

Newport, OR

RV, tent, and car camping on the Oregon Coast

Stretching several miles down the coastline, the park is filled with walking, bicycling, and horseback riding trails; several leading straight to the beach.

Campsites on the Oregon Coast: South Beach State Park

Home to 227 electrical and water sites, 60 tent sites, and 27 yurts, this Oregon Coast State Park offers many amenities, including: 

  • Showers & flush toilets
  • RV dump station
  • Hospitality Center for maps, brochures, souvenirs, camp items, and free golf discs and horseshoes

The park lies close to a 9-hole disc golf course, horseshoe pit, and playground.  Also nearby are attractions such as marine life exhibits and lighthouse tours.  With miles of sandy beachfront and forested trails to explore, the park makes an excellent camping experience.  

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Campsites on the Oregon Coast
Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Oregon Coast RV Resort

Winchester Bay, OR

RV, tent, and car camping campsites on the Oregon Coast

Offering RV and tent camping, the park is complete with spacious secluded/private and open/cleared pull-thru sites.  Several sites lie right along a creek flowing into Winchester Bay.  Some of the amenities include:

  • Restrooms, showers, sewer, and laundry
  • Cable & WiFi
  • Fire pits 
  • Propane
  • A playground
  • An office/store for food, drinks, and gifts
  • Coffee Bar

The park sits close by to fishing, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, and several moderate hiking trails.  The Umpqua Light House State Park is only 13 minutes away, bearing trails and sightseeing for all ages to enjoy.  Also down the road is the Winchester Bay & Marina, which is home to many gift shops and restaurants to visit, along with local fish to purchase.  

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Campsites on the Oregon Coast Camping
Camping on the Oregon Coast

Waxmyrtle Campground

Dunes City, OR

RV, tent, and camping on the Coast of Oregon

Part of the Siuslaw National Forest, the Waxmyrtle Campground is a comfortable and relaxing stay, offering private sites secluded in walls of coastal shrubbery.  The campground is part of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, which is known for its wind-sculpted sand dunes.  It bears several hiking trails, and non-motorized sand dunes for quiet walks in the park.  

  • Standard non-electric overnight sites
  • Drinking water, flush toilets
  • Fire pits & picnic tables
  • Beach access
  • Self pay station
  • Trails winding along the river to the beach 

There are several nearby off-road vehicle trails and open dune riding areas, as well as multiple hiking trails such as the Lagoon Trail, and Chief Tsiltcoos Trail.  A quiet and simple getaway, the Waxmyrtle Campground is also the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts to kick back and watch for wildlife.

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Campsites on the Oregon Coast
Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Beverly Beach State Park 

Newport, OR

Car camping, yurts, RV and tent campsites on the Oregon coastline.

With miles of ocean beach and forest sheltered campground, Beverly Beach State Park contains tent sites, RV sites, and yurts.  This creek side Oregon campground is one of the largest in the state, lying closely to whale watching viewpoints, tidepools, the Oregon Coast Aquarium, and shops and dining in the Newport area.

  • 53 Full hook-up sites (27 with cable TV)
  • 76 electrical sites with water (32 pull-thru)
  • 128 tent sites with water nearby
  • Flush toilets and showers
  • RV dump station
  • Picnic area & playground
  • Welcome Center selling firewood and souvenirs
  • Beach access

The park’s beach stretches all the way from from Yaquina Head to Otter Rock.  Gorgeous wind-sculpted trees and nurse logs seclude the campsites, and trace their way along Spencer Creek.  The park makes an excellent stay for those looking for adventure along the water.

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Harris Beach State Park

Brookings, OR

RV, tent, yurt, and car camping on the Oregon Coastline

On the southern Oregon coast, you’ll find the vast, scenic beaches and rugged, rocky outcroppings of Harris Beach State Park pulling you in.  The park is a perfect place for beachside picnics, hikes through the forest, and astonishing sightseeing.  

  • 65 full hook-up sites
  • 25 electrical sites with water
  • 59 tents sites with water nearby
  • 6 yurts
  • Flush toilets and showers
  • RV dump station
  • Playground
  • Firewood

The park is within a short drive from the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor, which is a 12-mile-long park with many hiking trails and ocean views.  The city of Brookings is home to bike-friendly streets, a boat launch, and moorage facilities.  Just beyond Brookings lies the town of Gold Beach.  McVay Rock and Winchuck State Recreation Sites also offer access to more beaches nearby.

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Waldport/Newport KOA

Waldport, OR

RV, tent, cabin, and car camping

Offering RV, tent, car, lodge, and cabin camping, the Waldport/Newport KOA is a cozy stop in your travels.  A trail leading to the Alsea Bay Beach runs through the campground, surrounded by large pines, wildflowers, and a running stream.  The park also conducts summer activites for all ages, including scavenger hunts, ice cream scoop, and family game nights.  From the Alsea Bay bridge just down the road, you’ll find harbor seals, shorebirds, and eagles.

  • 50 Amp, 60’ length max sites
  • Tent sites
  • Cabins & camping lodges
  • Coastal cottages 
  • Wifi & cable TV
  • Propane & firewood 
  • Bike rentals
  • Kitchen sink
  • Playgrounds
  • Laundromat
  • Convenience store

Enjoy the gorgeous sunrises and sunsets during your stay while visiting the beach, take a ride around the park on a rental bike, or just relax in your site and enjoy the sounds of nature.

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Campsites on the Oregon Coast
Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Sandbeach Campground

Cloverdale, OR

RV, tent, and car camping

Part of the Siuslaw National Forest, Sandbeach Campground has more than enough places to explore along the Oregon coastline.  With over 1000 acres of coastal sand dunes, this campground is an off-road vehicle lover’s dream.  Nearby, the Sand Lake Estuary offers fishing, swimming, crabbing, kayaking, hiking, and wildlife viewing.  

  • 63 non-electric sites with paved parking aprons
  • 81 total sites
  • Tent pads
  • Picnic tables 
  • Drinking water & flush toilets
  • Girlls & campfire rings
  • Off-road vehicle loading ramp

The clean and friendly campground is the perfect place for a family trip, being an easy walk away from the water for beach combing.  

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Campsites on the Oregon Coast Camping
Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Wrights for Camping

Cannon Beach, OR

Tent and car camping 

This family owned and run tent campground has been offering a rustic and cozy camping experience since 1959.  Going back further to the roots of camping, this park makes a simple and enjoyable stay.  It’s only a short walk from the beach, and none other than the famous Haystack Rock.  

  • 22 total sites
  • Picnic tables & fire rings
  • Restrooms & showers
  • Laundry room
  • Firewood

The park is just down the road from many fine restaurants, stores, galleries, and lovely scenic walks along the beach.  Highly accessible to most of Cannon Beach’s delights, this is a very convenient place to stay.

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Campsites on the Oregon Coast
Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Bullards Beach State Park

Bandon, OR

RV, tent, yurt, and car camping

Located right at the mouth of the Coquille River, this vast park makes an awesome place for anyone to stroll about.  With 11 miles of trails for horse riding, hiking, and biking spanning across the park and 4 miles of beaches, you’ll never be at a loss for places to explore.  Enjoy the wondrous ocean or river views depending on which side of the park you visit.  

  • 103 full hook-up sites
  • 82 electrical sites with water
  • 13 yurts (6 pet-friendly)
  • Horse camp with 8 primitive sites
  • Flush toilets
  • RV dump station
  • Firewood
  • Hiking, horse, and biking trails

Just down the road in Bandon, you can visit local shops, galleries and dining.  Face Rock also lies nearby, as well as miles of ocean beach on Beach Loop Drive.  The Coquille River Lighthouse is another close by interesting historic attraction. 

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Heceta Beach RV Park

Florence, OR

RV, tent, and car camping

Only a short walk to Heceta Beach, where you can explore miles and miles of shoreline.  Here, you can enjoy the calm and quiet of the sheltered sites, and take in the outdoors.  

  • Large pull-thru and back-in sites
  • Full hook-ups
  • Cable TV & WiFi
  • Picnic tables & fire rings
  • Restrooms & showers
  • Laundry
  • 30/50 amp electrical
  • LP gas for sale
  • RV dump station
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Meeting hall with full kitchen and TV

Explore the local charming and picturesque area of Historic Old Town Florence for it’s scenic coastal views, waterfalls, lighthouses, covered bridges, walkable riverfront, and more.  The town itself offers a variety of dining, shops, and galleries.  The local sand dunes are perfect for off-road driving, horseback riding, and strolls with the family.  Also nearby is plenty of opportunity for deep sea and freshwater fishing.                                                       

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Campsites on the Oregon Coast Camping
Campsites on the Oregon Coast

Cannon Beach RV Resort

Cannon Beach, OR

RV, tent, and car camping 

The gorgeous area of Cannon Beach is a place you will not want to miss during your Oregon travels. Providing a quiet and relaxing environment, the Cannon Beach RV Resort is eager to please it’s guests with the best camping experience possible.

  • 99 full hook-ups with paved drives and pads
  • Indoor pool & hot tub
  • Restrooms & showers
  • Laundry
  • WiFi & cable TV
  • Convenience store & game room
  • Gasoline, diesel, and propane sales
  • Picnic tables & fire pits

With excellent fine dining, shopping, and of course sights to see in the area, the park is an easy drive away from lots of opportunity.  Cannon Beach being an incredibly scenic place to visit, you’ll definitely want to take a gander around the unique town and it’s lovely coastal views.

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Thousand Trails Campsites on the Oregon Coast
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Seaside RV Resort

Seaside, OR

RV, tent, cabin, and car camping 

Offering a great stay full of things to do inside and outside the park, Seaside is a great place to travel alone or with the family.  It’s long list of amenities will be sure to keep you entertained during your stay.

  • RV & tent sites
  • Cabins & cottages
  • Restrooms and showers
  • Laundry
  • Indoor pool, hot tub, and sauna
  • Playground
  • Volleyball, pickleball, basketball, horseshoes and ping pong
  • Dog park
  • Clubhouse & library
  • Hiking trails
  • Wifi

Near many scenic viewpoints and historical attractions, there’s always new places to check out in the Seaside area.  Whale watching, hiking, biking, swimming, fishing, and many more outdoor activites are accessible year round.  The Seaside Aquarium is another great attraction to visit, along with the Lewis and Clark historical sites, the air museum, and many shopping outlets nearby.

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Whalers Rest RV & Camping Resort

South Beach, OR

RV, tent, cabin, and car camping

With countless fun amenities, this park also offers a seemingly limitless amount of activities to engage in while staying.

  • RV & tent sites
  • Cabins & cottages
  • Restrooms and showers
  • Laundry 
  • Indoor pool & hot tub
  • Playground
  • Volleyball, basketball, tennis, horseshoes, shuffleboard, mini golf, and bocce ball
  • Fitness center & business center
  • Dog park
  • Convenience store
  • Clubhouse & library
  • Hiking & biking trails

Only 150 yards from the water, all beach lovers will enjoy the accessibility to swimming, whale watching, fishing, surfing, etc.  If you’re interested in more indoor fun, the Chinook Winds Casino is just down the street, along with the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum.  

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How’s That for Camping on the Oregon Coast?

With all of these campgrounds providing a little different stay from the last, you’re sure to find at least one to make your home away from home while traveling along the Oregon Coast.  

Safe travels to you and enjoy your visit to the Oregon coastline!

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