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Old 09-22-2016, 04:58 PM   #1
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Looking for oceanfront camping on 101 in Oregon

We are heading to the Oregon Coast for 6 weeks and are looking for some place right on the ocean to camp, either dry camping or campground. Alot of the campgrounds seemed to be already booked, we were hoping it would be less busy. Any suggestions appreciated. Thanks
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Old 09-22-2016, 05:12 PM   #2
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Checkout the oregon state parks web site. Do you want a view of ocean or walking distance to ocean? We just came back a few weeks ago.
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Old 09-22-2016, 07:45 PM   #3
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Sea Perch Resort. Yachets (sp)?
It's right on the ocean with about 6 sites facing the waves.
Definitely perfect.
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Winchester Bay RV Resort. All sites have a water view, some on the bay and some facing the harbor. It is a short walk to the bay waters edge.
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Sea & Sand RV Park - south of Lincoln City

Sea & Sand has some great ocean front views. They are just south of Lincoln City and just North of Depot Bay. It's a great park with nice facilities and reasonably priced for the coast. We have stayed there more than once and enjoyed our visit each time. Staff are friendly too.
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Beachside State Park just South of Waldport. Camping at Beachside State Recreation Site, OR
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So many places you shouldn't have a problem this time of the year. My favorite which has already been mentioned is Winchester Bay just out of Reedsport, Oregon. Stayed there for years. Three campgrounds and dry camping on the spit if you wish. Can't remember the cost of the dry camping but some pretty nice spots there also.
Hurry up though. The rain is coming....
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If you have a Class A or C, then Pacific Shores Motor Coach resort in Newport is very nice. Premier RV Resort in Lincoln City is nice, although spots are a bit tight if your rig is long.
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Checkout the oregon state parks web site. Do you want a view of ocean or walking distance to ocean? We just came back a few weeks ago.
We want a view of the ocean. Have a 40 foot MH
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Old 09-23-2016, 01:14 PM   #10
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Oregon Coast Camping Guide - The Complete List

Here are some state parks that we've used with our 40' motorhome:

Fort Stevens, Beverly Beach, Bullards Beach, Cape Blanco, Carl Washburne and Harris Beach.

Cape Blanco and Carl Washburne don't accept reservations. Cape Blanco is a favorite because of the huge sites, lighthouse and almost deserted beach which is awesome for walking.

I'd suggest choosing three areas of the coast - far northern, middle and lower south. Then you'll have a chance to explore the whole coast easily with your towed vehicle.
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Do not rely on the Oregon State Parks reservation system for availability. If a park is non reservation for the Fall/winter season the reservation web site (a private company with a state contract) will advise " no reservations available for this park" meaning they can not accept reservations, not that the park is full. Call the park or just show up...we have traveled to Oregon parks for years in the fall and winter and never hit a full park. Oregon has the best state parks in the country...most are full hookup or at least water and electric.

With that said, Winchester Bay Marina RV is a great park and is rarely full as they do not allow ATVs to be operated in the park. Dune running is one of the reasons people come to Reedsport (winchester Bay)to play.
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+1! Good advice here.

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Do not rely on the Oregon State Parks reservation system for availability. If a park is non reservation for the Fall/winter season the reservation web site (a private company with a state contract) will advise " no reservations available for this park" meaning they can not accept reservations, not that the park is full. Call the park or just show up...we have traveled to Oregon parks for years in the fall and winter and never hit a full park. Oregon has the best state parks in the country...most are full hookup or at least water and electric.

With that said, Winchester Bay Marina RV is a great park and is rarely full as they do not allow ATVs to be operated in the park. Dune running is one of the reasons people come to Reedsport (winchester Bay)to play.
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