Cabins, Deluxe Cabins, Caboose, Wagons
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.
Holidays require a 3 night minimum stay and a 30 day minimum notice of cancellation or changes to length of stay. There is a full forfeit of your deposit for cancellations less than 30 days of your arrival.
Spring Break, Easter, UTV Takeover, Dunefest, require a 30 day minimum notice of cancellation or changes to length of stay. There is a full forfeit of your deposit for cancellations less than 30 days of your arrival.
Not calling to cancel your reservation or not showing up on the day of your arrival - will result in a forfeit of your deposit and may also result in a forfeit of your reservation.
Special conditions apply during high-demand periods and special events
While camping at our KOA, the use of gas or accelerant to start campfires is strictly prohibited. All campfires must be kept in provided containment fire rings.
Thank you for your cooperation! Thank you for understanding!!
Our laundry room has the same hours as our store. Hours vary depending on the season. The laundry machines takes quarters only. $2 - $3 to wash and $1 to dry. Laundry soap is available for purchase in our store.
If you do not have a reservation and the office is closed, on the front door of the office is a list of available sites, the night registration box will have an envelope for you to fill out. You can drop the envelope in the slot located on the office door.
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 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."
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.
We broke ground for the park on June 1, 1995 and on June 1, 2015 Fritz and Kathy passed the reins to Steve and LaVerne Dayton. "Health issues led to an early retirement for us but we have been blessed to have Steve and LaVerne Dayton step into our shoes to carry on the 'Team ODKOA' tradition" said Kathy. " They have brought new life to the park, completed a lot of our dreams, and have a whole list of their own exciting new additions coming up on the horizon. Just check out the newly finished Southern Pacific Caboose deluxe accommodation."