Camping

The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Information Center is open year-round
Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm
In the U.S. and Canada call toll-free: 1-800-452-5687
Within the Portland metro area call: 503-731-3411

All camping facilities listed on this site are on the Oregon Coast.

Rates vary depending upon season and choice of site.

Some campgrounds are open year-round, while others are open
from April through October only. All locations have modern
restroom and water utilities unless otherwise indicated. Make
reservations up to 11 months in advance, but not less than 2
days before you want to camp.

Yurts (circular domed tents with plywood floors) are available
for rent for about $25 per night at eight coastal parks. Yurts are
furnished with a space heater, lights and beds, and are
reservable up to one year in advance.

To reserve a yurt or for more information, contact the
Information Center.

 

Available facilities include:
F = full hookup: sewer, electricity & water.
E = electric: electric & water
T = tent: improved sites with water nearby
Primitive: unimproved sites with limited nearby facilities.

 

Astoria

Fort Stevens State Park
Hammond, OR 97121
(503) 861-1671
Off U.S. 101, west of Astoria on the north Oregon coast near the mouth of the Columbia River. Site
of ex-military fort built during Civil War. Historic area has gun batteries, museum. Special events
include Civil War re-enactments. Access to miles of ocean beach. The campground is the largest in
the state park system and is open year-round.
Campsites: 213 full hookup, 130 electric, 261 tent (max. RV length 50'), 2 yurts. Group tent,
hiker/biker camps. Trailer dump station. Showers. Bike/hike trails. Swimming and boating on a
freshwater lake. Accessible campsites (2F, 2E, 2T), restrooms, shower, and (in day use area)
wildlife viewing bunker for people with disabilities. Reservations accepted.

Saddle Mountain State Park
Hammond, OR 97121
(503) 861-1671/436-2844
Off U.S. 26, 8 miles northeast of Necanicum Junction and 17 miles east of U.S. 101 on the north
Oregon coast. Small, primitive-site campground at trailhead of 3-mile trail to summit of 3,283-foot
Saddle Mountain, one of the highest in the Coast range. The park is a refuge for deer and elk;
protects many rare plant species.
Campsites: 10 Primitive.

 

 

BANDON

Bullards Beach State Park
Rt. 2, Box 2483
Bandon, OR 97411
(541) 347-3501
On U.S. 101, 2 miles north of Bandon at the mouth of the Coquille River on the south Oregon
coast. Access via 1-mile trail to 4 miles of sandy ocean beaches. Campground and historic Coquille
Lighthouse open year-round.
Campsites: 92 full hookup (max. RV length 55'), 100 electric, 2 yurts. 8 horse camps. Showers.
Trails. Boat ramp. Accessible campsites (2F), restrooms, showers for people with disabilities.

 

 

BROOKINGS

Harris Beach State Park
1655 Hwy. 101
Brookings, OR 97415
(541) 469-2021
On U.S. 101, just north of Brookings on the south Oregon coast. Has secluded, but large inviting
beach and impressive offshore seascape. Campground open year-round.
Campsites: 34 full hookup (max. RV length 55'), 53 electric, 69 tent (max. RV length 50'), 2 yurts.
Hiker/biker camp. Showers. Trails. Play area. Accessible campsite (1E), restrooms, showers for
people with disabilities. Reservations accepted.

Loeb State Park
1655 Hwy. 101
Brookings, OR 97415
(541) 469-2021
Off U.S. 101, 8 miles northeast of Brookings on the south Oregon coast near the Oregon-California
border. Lies beneath old-growth myrtlewood trees on the banks of the scenic Chetco River. Access
via 1.75-mile trail leads to upriver redwood stands.
Campsites: 53 electric (max. RV length 50'). Showers. Trails. Accessible campsite (1E),
restrooms, showers for people with disabilities.

 

 

COOS BAY

Sunset Bay State Park
10965 Cape Arago Hwy.
Coos Bay, OR 97420
(541) 888-3778
12 miles southwest of Coos Bay and U.S. 101. Campground is nestled in a wooded valley near a
beach on a small, shallow cove, sheltered by high sandstone cliffs. Excellent site for swimming or
wading. Adjacent day use parks feature a unique botanical garden, impressive shoreline views, and
opportunities for wildlife viewing.
Campsites: 29 full hookup, 34 electric, 74 tent (max. RV length 50'). Group tent, hiker/biker
camps. Accessible campsites (2E), restrooms, showers for people with disabilities. Reservations
accepted.

Umpqua Lighthouse State Park
c/o Sunset Bay State Park
10965 Cape Arago Hwy.
Coos Bay, OR 97420
(541) 271-4118
Off U.S. Hwy. 101, 6 miles south of Reedsport in the central Oregon coast dunes area, next to the
old lighthouse. Access to ocean beaches, mouth of Umpqua River, sand dunes up to 500 feet high
(include some of the highest in the nation), and a small, freshwater lake.
Campsites: 22 full hookup, 41 tent (max. RV length 45'). Trails.

William M. Tugman State Park
c/o Sunset Bay State Park
10965 Cape Arago Hwy.
Coos Bay, OR 97420
(541) 759-3604
Off U.S. Hwy. 101, 8 miles south of Reedsport. Located on Eel Lake, one of several scenic
freshwater coastal lakes in the central Oregon coast dunes area.
Campsites: 115 electric (max. RV length 50'). Hiker/biker camp. Trailer dump station. Showers.
Boat ramp. Swim area. Accessible campsites (2E), restrooms, fishing dock for people with
disabilities.

 

FLORENCE

Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park
93111 Hwy. 101 N.
Florence, OR 97439
(541) 547-3416
On U.S. 101, 14 miles north of Florence on the central Oregon coast. Access to broad sandy
beach, tide pools and excellent coastal botanical area. Resident elk herd in the area. Campground
open year-round. Located on an old-age sand dune just north of Heceta Head.
Campsites: 58 full hookup, 2 tent, 6 (walk-in) primitive (max. RV length 50'). Hiker/biker camp.
Showers. Trails. Accessible campsite (1F) for people with disabilities.

Jessie M. Honeyman State Park
84505 Hwy. 101 S.
Florence, OR 97439
(541) 997-3851
On U.S. 101, 3 miles south of Florence in the central Oregon coast dunes area. Next to one of the
park's two large freshwater lakes. Noted for high sand dunes and spring Rhododendron blooms.
Campsites: 68 full hookup, 75 electric, 238 tent (max. RV lenght 55'), 2 yurts. Group tent,
hiker/biker camps. Trailer dump station. Showers. Swim area. Concession restaurant/store.
Accessible campsites (2F, 1T), restrooms, showers for people with disabilities. Reservations
accepted.

 

 

LINCOLN CITY

Devil's Lake State Park
1452 NE 6th
Lincoln City, OR 97367
(541) 994-2002

 

East off U.S. 101, in Lincoln City on the central Oregon coast. On the southwest shore of a large
freshwater coastal lake, one-quarter mile from a sandy ocean beach. Open year-round.
Campsites: 32 full hookup, 68 (max. RV length 35'). Hiker/biker camp. Showers. Boating access
at the day-use area on the east side of the lake. Accessible campsites (1F, 1T), fishing dock for
people with disabilities. Reservations accepted.

 

 

NEHALEM

Nehalem Bay State Park
83000 3rd St. Necarney
Nehalem, OR 97131
(503) 368-5154/5943

 

Off U.S. 101, 3 miles south of Manzanita Junction, on the north Oregon coast. On a sandspit
between the bay and ocean, with 6 miles of ocean beach frontage. Sand-dune sheltered
campground is open year-round; includes popular horse camp.
Campsites: 291 electric (max. RV length 60'), 17 primitive in-horse camp, 6 primitive for fly-in
campers using adjacent air strip, 9 yurts. Trailer dump station. Showers. Boat ramp. Bike trail.
Meeting hall. Accessible campsites (3E), restrooms, picnic area, boat dock for people with
disabilities.

Oswald West State Park
8300R 3rd St. Necarney
Nehalem, OR 97131
(503) 368-5153
On U.S. 101, 10 miles south of Cannon Beach, on the north Oregon coast. Lies on a heavily
forested slope of coastal mountain range, within 4 miles of ocean frontage. Has walk-in primitive
campground; wheelbarrows for equipment provided. Trails lead to cozy, secluded beach; to summit
of 1,700-foot Neahkanie Mountain, and through primeval woods to the tip of Cape Falcon.
Campsites: 36 primitive.

 

 

NEWPORT

Beverly Beach State Park
8198 NE 123rd St.
Newport, OR 97365
(541) 265-9278
On the east side of U.S. 101, 7 miles north of Newport on the central Oregon coast. Access (via
underpass) to several miles of broad sandy beaches. Creek runs through the park. Campground
open year-round.
Campsites: 53 full hookup, 75 electric, 151 tent (max. RV length 65'), 2 yurts. Group tent
camping. Showers. Trails. Accessible campsites (1F, 1E, 1T), restrooms, showers for people with
disabilities. Reservations accepted.

South Beach State Park
5580 S. Coast Hwy.
South Beach, OR 97366
(541) 867-4715

On U.S. 101, 2 miles south of Newport near the central Oregon coast's Yaquina Bay. Access to
several miles of broad, sandy beach, and jetty fishing just south of Yaquina Bay bridge. Near the
Oregon Coast Aquarium, which has indoor and outdoor exhibits. (Keiko, the Killer Whale, star of
the film 'Free Willy', now resides at the aquarium). High sand dune ridges provide views of the busy
bay and shelter. Campground open year-round.

Campsites: 254 electric (max. RV length 35'), 2 yurts. Trailer dump station. Showers. Accessible
campsites (2E), restrooms, showers for people with disabilities. Reservations accepted.

 

 

PORT ORFORD

Cape Blanco State Park
PO Box 1345
Port Orford, OR 97465
(541) 322-6774
10 miles west off U.S. 101 from point, 9 miles north of Port Orford on the south Oregon coast.
Adjacent to the historic Cape Blanco lighthouse. Access to several ocean beaches, and salmon and
steelhead fishing in the Sixes River.
Campsites: 58 electric (max. RV length 40'). Hiker/biker, horse camps. Trailer dump station.
Showers. Trails. Swimming. Historic house open to tours. Accessible campsite (1E), restrooms for
people with disabilities.

Humbug Mountain State Park
PO Box 1345
Port Orford, OR 97465
(541) 322-6774
On U.S. 101, 6 miles south of Port Orford on the south Oregon coast. Campground at the base of
1,750-foot-high Humbug Mountain beside a sparkling creek. Hiking trail leads to summit.
Campsites: 30 full hookup, 78 tent (max. RV length 45'). Hiker/biker camp. Trailer dump station.
Showers. Trails. Accessible campsite (1F, 1T) for people with disabilities.

 

 

TILLAMOOK

Cape Lookout State Park
13000 Whiskey Creek Road W.
Tillamook, OR 97141
(503) 842-4981
Off U.S. 101, 12 miles SW of Tillamook on the north Oregon coast. Includes beachside facilities
and scenic trail to tip of headland. Campground near the beach open year-round.
Campsites: 54 full hookup, 1 electric, 195 tent (max. RV length 62'), 2 yurts. Group tent,
hiker/biker camps. Trailer dump station. Showers. Nature study trail. Stabilized sand dunes. Meeting
hall. Accessible campsite (1E), restrooms for people with disabilities.

 

 

WALDPORT

Beachside State Park
PO Box 693
Waldport, OR 97394
(541) 563-3220
On U.S. 101, 4 miles south of Waldport on the central Oregon coast. Campground is in dense
forest of native shore pine, adjacent to the beach. Campground is open year-round.
Campsites: 32 electric, 49 tent (max. RV length 30'). Hiker/biker camp. Showers. Accessible
campsite (2E), restrooms, showers for people with disabilities. Reservations accepted.

 

 

Information is provided by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Information Center