31 Best RV Parks on the Oregon Coast (2024 Camping)

Oregon is a beautiful state, and there are so many beaches to enjoy. The problem is, if you have an RV, you have to find a great RV site in order to enjoy your vacation. This led me to question, what are the best RV parks near the Oregon coast?

The best RV park near the Oregon coast is Crater Lake RV Park. This site is brilliant for outdoor enthusiasts, and there is a wide range of activities you can do in the local area. The site is also very well-equipped for a comfortable vacation.

There are a lot of different things to explore on the Oregon coast. There are sandy beaches, forests, coves, and other landforms to explore. Let’s have a look at different sites and what they have to offer.

1. Sea Ranch RV Park

This RV site is very close to Cannon Beach. At the beach, you can enjoy the sandy coast and do activities like horseback riding. At this RV site, there are full hookups, and they also have some tent sites too. This is a great place to visit on the Oregon coast.


$36.00 – $50.00/night, depending hookups and pull-through



2. Crater Lake RV Park

This RV park is in Crater Lake National Park and is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts. There are plenty of opportunities here for fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, and more. This is one of the best RV campgrounds if you want to spend a lot of time outdoors.

There is also a boat ramp that you can use to launch watercraft into Crater Lake. Crater Lake is one of the best freshwater lakes in Oregon for fishing.


$40/night with multi-day discounts


http://www.prospectrvpark.com/index.php (the ’90s are alive and well on this website!)

3. Columbia River RV Park

This RV Park is very close to the Oregon and Washington border. This is one of the best full hookup sites in Oregon, and they also have some great amenities. They have a well-equipped laundry room, and the prices are quite reasonable too.


$46-52/night depending on regular or premium site



4. Fort Stevens State Park Campground

This is a great place to visit if you want to hike along the beach. There are plenty of hiking trails and even a shipwreck that you can explore. This is one of the best RV parks that you can visit if you want to explore the coast of the Pacific Ocean.


$32-34/night, depending on standard or full hookups



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5. Beachfront RV Park

This site is very close to Harris Beach State Park. This site is quite small and only covers about 8 acres of land. However, it is a very well-connected RV park and is close to Brookings Airport and many restaurants and shopping places.

So, if you want to enjoy the Oregon coast whilst remaining close to the city, this is a great place to visit.


$32-42/night depending on no/partial/full hookups


http://www.beachfrontrvpark.com/ (website not secure – do not pay online)

6. Whalers Rest RV and Camping Resort

This site is very close to the Oregon Coast Aquarium. They have countless species of sea creatures here. They even have a timetable for feeding the animals, and you can watch the sea creatures eat their meals! They also have a mini golf course to keep your kids occupied!

At the site, they have an indoor pool, hot tub, flush toilets, a general store, a fitness center, and a game room too.


$57/night full hookups



7. Logan Road RV Park

This site is near Lincoln City and is on the northern coast of Oregon. It is about 40 miles from Siuslaw National Forest. These old-growth forests are the perfect place for people that like hiking in remote locations.

There are also great transport routes into this area of the Oregon coast, so your road trip will be much easier.





8. Nehalem Bay State Park Campground

This site is very close to the Nehalem Bay Jetty Trail. This is a challenging hiking trail that offers great views of the Pacific Ocean.


$26-47/night, depending on the season and whether you are an Oregon resident



9. Pacific City RV and Camping Resort

This site has free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and other amenities. What makes this site stand out is that it has horse trails that you can ride on. This makes it a great place for equestrian enthusiasts that want to try riding horses.

They also have a picnic area for outdoor meals. You are also allowed to have barbeques at this RV resort.


$57/night 30 amp only



10. Chinook Winds RV Park

This RV camping site is very close to the Rogue River. It is a great place for fishing, and there is a fish cleaning station in the area.




(541) 582-1686 (no website seemingly)

11. Sunset Bay Campground

This site is in Southern Oregon and is very close to the small town of North Bend. At this beach, you can explore the tide pools, and you are within walking distance of Sunset Beach. This site is in Sunset Bay State Park, which is one of the most beautiful State Parks in the United States.

Sunset Beach is quite a small beach and gets overcrowded in the summer months.





12. Tillamook Bay City RV Park

This is one of the best RV sites to visit if you want to do some whale watching. At Tillamook Bay, they have about 20,000 whales pass by every year! The coast is just a short drive from the RV site. This is the perfect spot for nature lovers.

This site is about 100 miles from Mount Hood, which is one of Oregon’s natural wonders. It is the tallest mountain in Oregon and a hotspot for mountaineers.





13. Boiler Bay RV Park

This is a great RV park to visit if you are looking to stay for more than a month. They have a minimum stay duration of 30 days, and prices start at $680. This is one of the best camping places for surfers, as you are very close to Depoe Bay.

You can also do fishing and other activities at this site.





14. Gold Beach RV Park

This site is a short distance from the coast of Oregon. This site has hot showers and is very close to shopping centers and restaurants. This site is not out in the wilderness like many of the other RV parks on this list.

So, if you want to stay close to civilization, and convenient places, this is a great place to visit.





15. South Jetty RV and Camping Resort

This is one of the best places to visit if you want a comfortable camping resort. This is on the central coast of Oregon. The site has free Wi-Fi, is a short walk from the beach, and has showers. There is also a swimming pool, laundry facilities, basketball court, and dog park.

So, if you want an RV park with all the amenities you need and be close to the sandy beaches. This is a place you should visit.





16. Sea and Sand RV Park

This site has a 7-mile beach for you to explore. They have grey whale sightings almost every day, so this is a great place for whale watching. There are also freshwater fishing sites in the locality, and you can also go deep-sea fishing.

In addition to that, there is also an 18-hole golf course to keep you busy if you don’t want to be on the beach.


$49-92/night depending on view and season



17. Portland Fairview RV Park

This site is open year-round, has an outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi, and allows pets. This site is located in the city of Portland, which is a little bit far from the coast. However, if you are looking for a place with easy access, Portland is a great city.

This site is close to the Columbia River, so you can still enjoy water sports here.





18. Seaside RV Resort

At this site, they have Volleyball and Basketball courts. They also have a group fire pit and plenty of smaller fire rings. You also have easy beach access from this site. This is one of the most beautiful parts of North America, and the views of the Pacific Ocean are breathtaking from here.





19. Sea Perch RV Resort

The great thing about this RV resort is that it is very close to Siuslaw National Forest. The national forests in Oregon are amazing, and there are countless hiking trails for you to explore. The hikes at this national forest are quite challenging, however, and are not suitable for young children.


$85-125/night depending on view and amenities



20. Tillicum Beach Campground

This site has electric and water hookups. It is very popular and is often fully booked, so make sure that you book in advance online. There are flush toilets at this campsite, and there is also drinking water available. There are no showers at Tillicum Beach Campground.

Surfing and swimming are the main activities at this campground.


$28-36/night depending on full or no hookups



21. Seal Rocks RV Cove

This site is on the central Oregon coast. It is open year-round, and they have picnic tables, free Wi-Fi and cable TV, and a dump station. This RV Park has sites for big rigs too, so if you have a large class-A motorhome, you don’t need to worry.


$53-95/night depending on season and amenities



22. Pacific Shores Motorcoach Resort

This site has a dump station and a full-hookup facility. There are also clean bathrooms at this site, picnic tables, and laundry facilities. If the weather is bad when you go, don’t worry, because they have an indoor swimming pool too.


$80-125/night depending on view and amenities



23. Fogarty Creek RV Park

At this park, you get free Wi-Fi, electricity, water, and sewer hookups. There are restrooms, hot showers, laundry facilities, and picnic tables. This site also allows pets as long as they are on a leash.


Monthly rates only – Approx $40/night



24. Pleasant Valley RV Park

This is a wonderful RV park that is surrounded by a lot of greenery. It almost does not feel like a beach RV site. However, it is very close to the Oregon coast, and you are only a short drive from the beach.


$70-85/night, depending on the river view



25. Rockaway Beach RV Park

At this site, they have storage sheds available. So, if you are going to be taking something expensive like a jet ski or kayak, this is a great site to stay at.





26. Shorewood RV Resort

This is a very basic RV site close to the Oregon coast. There aren’t a lot of amenities here, such as an outdoor pool, pool table, tennis courts, or laundry facilities. But if you are only thinking of staying for a couple of days, this is a good place to visit.


Annual site rentals range from $5,000-11,000 for a year



27. McKinley’s Mariana and RV Park

If you have a boat, this is the place you need to visit. They have boat launches here, and this is a wonderful location to use your watercraft.


$30-60/night depending on season and hookups



28. Dexter Shores RV Park

This is a great site to go to if you have kids. There is a café, pond, wildlife viewing area, and horseshoe pits. The site is very close to the Oregon coast.


$45-55/night depending on sewer hookups or not


http://dextershoresrv.com/ (website not secure: do not pay online)

29. Sun Outdoors Coos Bay RV Park

This Oregon RV park is open year-round and allows pets. There are also tent sites that are a short walk from the RV park. So, if you want a primitive site to enjoy, that is there for you too.


$52-67/night depending on back-in/pull-through and 30 or 50 amps



30. Turtle Rock RV Resort

This site has facilities for disabled RV campers and is very close to the beach. If you want to be a short walk from the sand dunes of the Oregon coast, this is a great RV spot to visit. It is on the southern coast of Oregon.


$550-650/month, depending on view and back-in/pull-through



31. Oceanside RV Park

This site has 100 full hook-up spaces available. This site does not allow tent camping, and they have a dump station on site. This RV Park is very close to the coast. They also have yurts that you can stay in if you want to experience something other than an RV.

There is a minimum stay of 2 weeks at this site. There are also fire rings and picnic tables that you can use.





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There are countless sites that you can visit along the Oregon coast. If you are looking for a site where you can use a boat, then look no further than McKinley’s Mariana and RV Park. If you want sandy beaches, then you can visit a place like Sea and Sand RV Park.

If you and your family want to watch the wildlife, then nothing beats whale watching at Tillamook Bay. There is something for everyone in Oregon.

For the adventurous, you may want to visit Siuslaw National Forest, where you can do mountain biking and hiking.

The Oregon coast is a beautiful place to visit, but it gets super cold there in the winter months.

In this recent article on my site, I talk about how you can winterize your RV. I go over how to prevent damage to your RV and keep it safe and comfortable in extreme cold.

Just click that link to read it on my site.

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