- 50 Amp Service Sites
- Access to Dunes
- Arcade Room
- Camping Cabins
- Deluxe Cabins
- Group Tent Sites
- Laundry $
- Pet Playground
- Planned Activities Available
- Unique Gift Store
Unless noted, activities listed are scheduled from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Ice Cream Social
Memorial Day Weekend and June 15th to Labor Day ice cream social is the event enjoy at Oregon Dunes KOA. From 7:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. you can enjoy ice cream social time. We feature 10 toppings and chocolate and vanilla ice cream for $3.50/ person. Bring your own bowl and spoon and join the line. Rain or shine, this is must not miss event at ODKOA. During the off season featured holidays and specific Saturday nights also have ice cream social.
Fritz is an antique tractor buff - We have Friday and Saturday hayrides from June 15 to Labor Day depending on weather.
Thanksgiving At Oregon Dunes KOA
Thanksgiving is special at ODKOA. Treat Mom to a special holiday and let us do the cooking. We serve turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, and a hot vegetable. We ask our campers to bring two cold dishes to share with other guests. Book early as we have limited availability.
Easter Egg Hunt At Oregon Dunes KOA
The Easter Bunny stops at Oregon Dunes KOA every year on either Saturday or Sunday of the Easter weekend and leaves over 1000 eggs for our young campers.
Fishing, Clamming, and Crabbing
Check out our Local Area Attractions page for lots of information on local fishing, clamming, and crabbing opportunities around the campground.
Meet Your Hosts
"Campers may be tired when they get here and enter our office, but they'll be smiling when they leave!"
The first thing you'll notice when you pull into the Oregon Dunes KOA Kampground is sand . . . and plenty of it.
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.