"Road tripping with stays at Oregon coast RV parks and campgrounds is a dream trip. The coast that stretches on for more than 350 miles is breathtaking. And the best way to see it is with an RV. Imagine stopping at high cliff overlooks, spotting sea lions on the rocky shoreline, and relaxing on undeveloped beaches."
We’re bringing you nine of the best Oregon Coast RV parks and campgrounds. Find out where they are and their top amenities. We also let you know why we love each of them and provide our “Morton Road Trip Rating.”
Address: 30000 Sandlake Rd., Cloverdale, OR 97112About: Pacific City RV and Camp Resort is open year-round and has full hookup RV sites. The resort has an indoor pool, a hot tub, laundry facilities, bathrooms, showers, miniature golf, and more. You can also hike on nature trails, fish, explore the beach, and surf.
Address: 13000 Whiskey Creek Rd., Tillamook, OR 97141
About: Cape Lookout State Park’s campground is open year-round and has 38 full hookup RV sites. There are also more than 170 primitive tent sites. While it is located near the beach, none of the campsites have ocean views.
Are There Any Free Beach Campgrounds on the Oregon Coast?
Free beach camping on the Oregon coast is hard to come by, but you can find free options near the coast. For example, the Blue Heron French Cheese Company in Tillamook allows you to stay in a grassy area near their parking lot. Just remember to go inside and buy something tasty!
Staying at an RV Park on the Oregon Coast Is an Experience You Won’t Forget
Staying in Oregon coast campgrounds is a memorable experience. You’ll likely want to return year after year. From potential whale sightings to the fantastic beaches, the Oregon coast draws people of every age in for the long haul.