We want you, our Guests, to have the most amazing camping experience of your lives! Relax, have fun, stay safe, and enjoy camping at its best.
Cabins and Deluxe Cabins Check- out Rules - Keys must be turned in by 11 a.m. and our staff must have access to the cabin/deluxe cabins for cleaning., You may ride later than 11 a.m. but you may not re-enter the cabins. Sites must be vacated by 1 p.m. - Thank you for your cooperation. RV and Tent Sites Check out time is 1 p.m. - Thank you for your cooperation.
All visitors must stop and register at our office. Fees and license plate information apply to all persons staying or visiting guests at our park. We do everything we can to control access to our park to help protect your toys. Thank you for your cooperation.
Quiet time is 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. - While you can still ride ATV's in and out of the park until midnight, we ask that you are respectful of our guests and do so especially quietly after 10 pm. - The dunes close at midnight and all toys must be in your site with your engines shut down before midnight. Please respect private property to and from the dunes and help keep the dunes open by obeying the local rules. Thank you. You are welcome to enjoy your campfire after 10 p.m. but noise cannot carry outside your site. Loud music any time of the day is not allowed. Again, please be respectful of other guests in our park.
We sell firewood in our store. The current price is $5/bundle. We do not allow local vendors to bring in firewood to sell so please arrive with your own firewood or pick up firewood prior to your arrival. Thank you.
Campers may be tired when they get here and enter our office, but they'll be smiling when they leave!
But it won't take you long to see that this unique KOA Kampground has much more to offer than just great access to miles and miles of sand dunes along the beautiful Oregon coast.
"Campers may be tired when they get here and enter our office," said Kathy Gross, "But they will be smiling when they leave."
Owning a KOA campground was a retirement dream for the Gross family. But after spending more than 1,000 hours on heavy equipment moving sand when they built the campground in 1995, it fast became apparent that this would be a full-time "hobby."
"We're still building," said Kathy. "We sure aren't done yet!"
You'll likely see a lot of familiar faces on your return visits to this KOA, since it has one of the highest rates of return campers in the KOA system.
When they do find time for other interests, you'll find Fritz tinkering with old tractors and military vehicles, while Kathy will likely be riding her Arabian horse or working in her glass studio.