Oregon Coast Campervan Camping
Check our information below about some of the campgrounds on the oregon coast. We also have a specific writeup on the Southern Oregon Coast that you can checkout here.
Northern Oregon Coast State Park Campervan Camping:
Fort Stevens State Park: (476 reservable sites)
Where the Columbia meets the Pacific you will find this old military base turned into a state park. There are bike trails, a shipwreck, old military fort, and a long beach this a family-friendly campground. There are hot showers and flush toilets. Lots of great options on this northern most state park.
Nehalem Bay State Park: (307 reservable sites)
There is beach access on one side and the sandy Nehalem Bay on the other; bike and hiking trails make it easy to get around. Located at the beginning of a four-mile sand spit that separates the Pacific Ocean and Nehalem Bay. The park offers year-around family fun. Recreational opportunities include hiking, biking, beach combing, crabbing, clamming, horseback riding, and fishing. The wind can pickup without notice so be happy you can take refuge inside your campervan when those wind gust come through.
Cape Lookout State Park: (232 reservable sites)
Located at the bottom of a secluded sand spit, you will find easy access to hiking on Cape Lookout and some of the best trails on the coast. The campground is nestled in a lush coastal forest on a sand spit between the Pacific Ocean and Netarts Bay, Cape Lookout State Park is a destination for sightseers, hikers, beachcombers, and campers who appreciate a harmonious blend of nature and recreation.
Saddle Mountain Campground is a small campground in a small park, but there are lots of places to explore in this small natural area.
Central Oregon Coast Campervan Camping:
South Beach State Park: (325 Reservable Sites)
A short distance south of Newport, this large campground provides easy access to the beach. It’s a great base camp for a guided paddle trip up the nearby Beaver Creek estuary. There are several attractions near South Beach State Park. Plan to visit the historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse situated 2 miles north in the Yaquina Bay State Park. Yaquina bay has the historical bay front area and the Oregon Coast Aquarium is located less than 2 miles north. There are activities such as agate collecting, windsurfing, fishing, crabbing, boating and just plain sightseeing.
Located along the central coast between Florence and Yachats. The campground is located on the inland side of the highway in a thicket of huge salal bushes. The Hobbit Trail is a great trail to checkout after you have found a spot. This campground has flush toilets and showers available. You will hear the pounding surf from your campsite at Carl G. Washburne. Hiking, nature study and beachcombing are just some of the attractions here. Enjoy the three trails that lead to the beach from the Camp ground: The Valley trail to the Hobbit trail, Carl G Washburn Day-use trail, and the beach trail. Or hike the Valley trail to the Heceta Head Trail to lead you to the Heceta Head Lighthouse. Heceta Lighthouse is just 2 miles south on Hwy 101. The picturesque lighthouse is open for tours March-October and with staff availability November - February. Call year-round for group tours.
Honeyman State Park: (367 reservable sites)
A few miles south of Florence, this large campground is a playground for sandboarders and dune riders. Two miles of sand dunes separate the park from the ocean. The two freshwater lakes within the park’s boundaries are popular places to boat and swim. Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park is 2 miles from the ocean and is not within walking distance. There is no trail, and hiking to the ocean is not advised. The sand dunes are Honeyman's main attraction, giving campers plenty of hiking opportunities. There are also 2 fresh water lakes providing fishing, swimming, boating, water skiing, and windsurfing. Boat rentals on Cleawox Lake, near the Lodge, are available from Memorial Weekend through Labor Day, offering souvenirs, pedal boats, canoes, paddle boards and kayaks to rent. In late April to the middle of May, the Rhododendrons are in full bloom making it a profusion of color.
Southern Oregon Coast Camping:
Sunset Bay State Park: (109 reservable sites)
This campground fronts an ocean bay providing a lovely experience, you will also find one of the few real swimming beaches on the Oregon Coast. There is lots to see nearby this state park so be sure to check out Shore Acres State Park, Cape Arago, and South Slough National Estuarian Research Reserve. The beautiful sandy beaches are also protected by towering sea cliffs making them ideal for families.
Cape Blanco State Park: (65 first-come-first-serve)
Located on the western most point in Oregon you will find a beautiful and sometimes windy campground. The sites are nice a secluded and provide your own private forest right out your door. Trails from the campground lead down to the beach and to the nearby lighthouse.
Harris Beach State Park: (155 reservable sites)
Just north of Brookings, this magical campground sits in a grove of spruce and firs, and just off the beach are sea stacks busy with seabirds. Sites are semi-private and spacios. You will also find easy access to the beach.