Awesome RV Parks Near Oregon Coast Hotspots

The Pacific Ocean is a magical spot for camping. Whether you are camping in a tent or an RV, there is really no way to not have a wonderful time at the Oregon coast. There are so many wonderful places to explore and so many wonderful people to meet and I am always recommending a trip to the Oregon Coast to my friends and family. If you are looking for awesome RV parks near Oregon Coast hotspots, check out this great list and get ready to have an amazing time adventuring throughout this great state!

We don’t discriminate when it comes to camping spots, during the warm weather months we can be found camping at state parks and private campgrounds, and we love them all. The RV sites that are listed here vary in size and amenities. Some are more rugged and primitive and some have it all!

Awesome RV Parks Near Oregon Coast Hotspots

Fort Stevens State Park

Many people don’t know this, but Fort Stevens State Park is one of the nation’s largest public campgrounds! The state park is the site of a former military installation that used to provide security at the mouth of the Columbia River near Astoria. This fort was in service for over 80 years, from the Civil War through WWII.

Today this former military fort is now a 4300-acre park that is full of opportunities for adventure. Here you can camp, beach comb, swim, fish or boat on the freshwater lake, go hiking and even see a historic shipwreck or visit the museum! You’ll find play areas, a disc golf course and plenty of space for a picnic.

When it comes to camping this park has a lot to offer:

  • Year-round camping
  • Picnic Table and fire pit at each site
  • 36 pull-through full hookup sites
  • 138 non-pull-through full hookup sites
  • 302 electrical sites (with water)
  • 6 tent sites
  • 15 yurts (some are pet friendly!)
  • 11 cabins (some are pet friendly!)
  • 9 primitive sites
  • Hot showers
  • Flush toilets
  • RV Dump station
  • And more

Also worth noting is that Fort Stevens offers sites, cabins, and yurts that are accessible to campers with disabilities.

Fort Stevens State Park is located near Astoria which means that it’s also pretty close to Seaside which has tons of fun stuff for the kids to do in case you are wanting to travel away from camp at all.

Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA

If you are looking for a quiet campground, you may want to avoid the Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA. If you have kids with you though, they are going to LOVE this campground. There are two pools (the indoor pool is open year-round), a game room that offers games of all kinds such as pool, foosball, ping pong, and more, theme weekends, and organized games, and crafts! This campground features a mini golf course, playgrounds, a jumping pillow, and lots more fun family-friendly activities.

Located near many Oregon Coast hotspots you will find plenty of stuff to do near by such as kite flying, whale watching, bike riding, clam digging, beachcombing, or visiting nearby Fort Stevens State Park and learning a lot of interesting military history.

This campground offers RV sites, tent sites and even lodging in cabins!

Cape Lookout State Park

If you love hiking and a good view, you should definitely consider camping at Cape Lookout State Park! This park is home to the amazing cape lookout trail. This trail is 5 miles round trip and if you are lucky enough to be hiking it on a clear day you can see 39 miles south to Cape Foulweather and 42 miles north to Tillamook Head.

While the campsites themselves at Cape Lookout State Park do not have any ocean views, the campground is pretty great. Here are some of the features that you will find here:

  • 170 tent sites with nearby water
  • 38 full-hookup sites
  • One electrical site (with water)
  • 13 yurts (some are pet friendly!)
  • 6 cabins
  • Group camping
  • Flush toilets
  • Hot showers
  • And more

Several of the campsites here are ADA accessible.

Thousand Trails Pacific City

My husband and I have a Thousand Trails membership and we absolutely love it! One of my favorite TT campsites on the Oregon Coast is Thousand Trails Pacific City. Some of my favorite things about TT campgrounds is that they always have clean bathrooms and laundry facilities. As silly as it seems, I love being able to do laundry while camping. It prevents me from having to do A LOT of it when we get back home! The laundry rooms here typically have TVs, free wifi access, coffee, and sitting areas too so you won’t find yourself too bored waiting for your clothes.

This particular Thousand Trails has a few tent-only sites available, RV sites, Yurts, and Cabins available. Many of their sites offer great views. There is an indoor swimming pool that is available year round, a great playground, a dog park and more! There is a great gazebo located here that has a beautiful view of the pacific ocean. It’s the perfect spot for a nice dinner with your family.

This campground is located just down the road from Pacific City and the famous Pelican Restaurant and Cape Kiwanda area (the one with the giant sand dune!). It is directly across the street from McPhillips Beach which happens to be one of our favorite beaches in all of Oregon.

Beverly Beach State Park

I have friends that will literally only camp at Beverly Beach State Park. They claim it’s one of the best rv campgrounds in all of the state. Whether that is true or not, I’ll let you decide, but I fully acknowledge that I think it’s amazing. This campground is located between Yaquina Head and Cape Foulweather and is one of the state’s largest campgrounds.

For activities, while camping here, you can find plenty of opportunities for whale watching, tidepool exploration, visiting the aquarium and many unique shops in Newport, and more.

Wondering what Beverly Beach offers? Check this out:

  • Year-round camping
  • Over 50 full hookup sites
  • 73 Electrical sites w/water
  • 125+ Tent Sites with nearby water
  • Flush Toilets
  • Hot Showers
  • Group Camping areas
  • 20+ yurts
  • RV Dump Station
  • Playground
  • Large Yurt Meeting Hall

South Beach State Park

South Beach State Park is another Newport area campground that has plenty to offer! Located near the Yaquina Bay Bridge, this campground stretches several miles south and offers access to miles of beautiful Oregon beaches. There are lots of opportunities for walking and biking on the jetty trail. There is also an equestrian trail for those who love to bring their horses to the beach!

For fun here you can find a playground, horseshoe pits, a disc golf course, and more! Nearby attractions include the Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon Coast Aquarium, Yaquina Head lighthouse and so much more.

If you are wanting to book a site here, this is what you can expect:

  • Year Round Camping
  • 225+ electrical sites w/water
  • 60 tent sites with nearby water
  • 3 Group Tent Sites
  • 27 Yurts
  • Flush toilets
  • Showers
  • RV dump station

ADA accessible sites and yurts.

Thousand Trails South Jetty Campground

If you are wanting to camp in Florence, you have got to check out the Thousand Trails South Jetty. I already mentioned that we are TT members and we love this campground! It might be our favorite in Oregon. The location is great! It’s located within a mile drive of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, so if off-roading at the sand dunes is your thing, you will love that aspect. Next door, you will find Sandland Adventures which offers go-cart racing, a giant dune buggy tour, bumper boats, a mini-golf course, and more (we always take the kids here when we go)! It’s just a really, really great location in my opinion.

The full hook ups here are great, as are their more primitive “tent sites.” There is an outdoor pool that is a ton of fun during the summer months, a game room, and even a basketball court. Each site has good space, fire rings, and picnic tables. Although there are quite a few wide-open spaces, we are always able to snag a space with lots of privacy, which we love.

Florence is also home to quite a few freshwater lakes, so whether you have a fishing boat or a ski boat, be sure and bring it with you because a boat ramp is sure to be available nearby!

Sunset Bay State Park

Sunset Bay State Park is located in Coos Bay and is surrounded by some of Oregon’s most beautiful beaches and sea cliffs. The views you can find just a short walk from the campground are simply stunning.

Here you will find plenty of hiking opportunities, wildflower viewing, a nearby public golf course, and lots of opportunities for fishing, crabbing, and clamming!

Here is what you can expect at the Sunset Bay State Park campground:

  • Year round camping
  • 35 electrical sites w/water
  • 30 full hookup sites
  • 65 tent sites w/nearby water
  • 8 yurts
  • Flush Toilets
  • Hot showers

ADA-accessible yurts and sites are available.

What do you think are the best RV parks on the Oregon coast? Share with us! I would love to get some more ideas of places to go!

If you are taking the kids along, be sure to check out these awesome camping gifts for kids.

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