Oregon Coast Camping

RV, Tent or Cabin Camping Along the Oregon Coast

Oregon Coast Camping
All Regions / Northwest / Astoria, OR

Visiting The Oregon Coast

Camping along the Oregon coast is an ocean-lovers dream. The numerous towns, beaches, attractions and sites along the entire coast offer something perfect for everyone! Tent or RV camping along the Oregon coast is a fun experience that allows you to get close to the action and natural beauty of the area. Or choose to stay in a cabin accommodation for another fun way to experience this region. Campers can choose a campground as a base and explore from there, or travel from one end of the coast to the other while stopping to stay and camp along the way. KOA has five campgrounds along the length of the Oregon coast and each one offers unique features and amenities that complement their respective locations.

Experiencing The Oregon Coast

From the northern coast to the southern coast, there are great KOA locations where you can camp and so many things to see and do near every campground! The northern Oregon coast begins in Astoria, where the 4-mile-long Astoria-Megler Bridge connects Oregon to Point Ellice, Washington, across the mouth of the Columbia River. In this area, you can visit the Astoria Column, the Columbia River Maritime Museum, the Fort Clatsop National Memorial and Fort Stevens Historic Area. Don’t miss the popular shipwreck of the Peter Iredale. If you're a movie fan, check out the Oregon Film Museum to learn about film-making and the movies that have been filmed in Oregon. The Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort is a comfortable place to stay while exploring this area. Travel further south and explore the city of Seaside, where you can stroll along the promenade and visit the Seaside Aquarium. As you continue down the coast, don’t miss the beautiful views from Ecola State Park and Cannon Beach where the iconic Haystack rock stands sentry over the beach.

Travel along the coast and check out the scenery in Oswald West State Park, Rockaway Beach and the Cape Meares Lighthouse and State Scenic Viewpoint. Cheese fans must stop at the Tillamook Creamery for self-guided tours and cheese samples. Make sure to enjoy some delicious Tillamook ice cream before you leave! A bit further south, you will go through Pacific City and Lincoln City where you’ll find the Lincoln City KOA Journey near freshwater Devil’s Lake. There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy both at this KOA, and along the waterways and beaches in this area. Have some fun flying a kite or searching for agates along a beach here. Continue on to Depoe Bay, the “Whale Watching Capital of the Oregon Coast,” where it is common to look out on the ocean to see whales spouting water, courtesy of the resident whale pod.

As you move down the coast, make a stop at Devil’s Punchbowl or check out Beverly Beach State Park where you can examine shell fossils in the rocks at the south end of the park. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse and Outstanding Natural Area is a beautiful area to explore and offers fantastic tide pools at low tide. Continue on to the Newport area where you must visit the Newport Historic Bayfront. You will be entertained by the sea lions lounging on the docks and can even go crabbing from the public fishing pier. The Oregon Coast Aquarium is also a great stop in Newport. While exploring from your campground, Oregon State Parks and beaches dot the coastline so you are never far from ocean access. Further south is the Waldport/Newport KOA, which is located right over Alsea Bay with beautiful views of the Alsea Bay Bridge as well as the Pacific Ocean from the campground. Tillicum Beach and Yachats are to the south.

Thor's Well and the Neptune State Scenic Viewpoint are two of the numerous amazing views as you move down the coast. Heceta Head Lighthouse and state scenic viewpoint is a favorite area to visit. You can also stop to visit The Sea Lion Caves attraction along the way. Further south you will reach the city of Florence on the Siuslaw River. As you travel down the Oregon Coast Highway you will pass some lakes, including Woahink Lake and Siltcoos Lake. Don't miss the Umpqua River Lighthouse by Winchester Bay. Further south you will find the Oregon Dunes KOA Holiday with ATV and ORV access to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area just two miles from the campground. This unique and exciting campground has recreational vehicles traveling to and from the sand dunes. You can join in the fun by renting your own ATV or ORV near the campground and trying out this activity yourself!

The last southern stretch of the Oregon coast takes you down past North Bend and Coos Bay. Make a stop at Shore Acres State Park in Coos Bay to see a beautiful garden and ocean views as well as Cape Arago State Park and Lighthouse. Soon, you come to the Bandon/Port Orford KOA Journey, a campground nestled within a forest that really feels enchanted. Park your RV at this Oregon Coast RV Park, or stay in a camping cabin or in one of the thirty tent camping sites. Near the KOA you can make a visit to Cape Blanco State Park and Lighthouse, the most western point of Oregon state. There are miles of beaches and state parks to explore along the coast as you continue south and reach the California border.

Things to Do and See in the Oregon Coast Area

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Agate Hunting

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Astoria Column

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Beachcombing

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Bicycling

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Birdwatching

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Cannon Beach

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Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint

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Clamming

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Columbia River Maritime Museum

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Crabbing

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Devil’s Lake

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Ecola State Park

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Finders Keepers glass floats on the beach

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Fort Clatsop National Memorial

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Fort Stevens Historic Area

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Golfing

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Hiking

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Kite Flying

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Lincoln City Outlets

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Manzanita

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Mussel Harvesting

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Oregon Coast Aquarium

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Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center

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Peter Iredale Shipwreck

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Point Break

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Rockaway Beach

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Seaside

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Seaside Aquarium

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Seaside Outlet shopping

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Surfing

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Tillamook Cheese Factory

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Tillamook Naval Air Museum

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Visit a tide pool

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Whale Watching

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Windsurfing

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Yaquina Head Lighthouse and Outstanding Natural Area


Fun Facts About The Oregon Coast Area

Keep an eye out for scenery from the Oregon Coast Area featured in these films and television shows:
Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove
Newport and Coos Bay
Free Willy
Fish market in Astoria, Cannon Beach, Ecola State Park, Hammond Marina
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home
Astoria
Green Room
Clackamas and Astoria
Kindergarten Cop
Astoria
Point Break
Short Circuit
Astoria
The Goonies
Flavel House Museum, Oregon Film Museum, Ecola State Park, Astoria
The Ring
Newport, Columbia River Gorge
The Ring Two
Astoria
The Road
Fort Stevens State Park, Astoria
The Watchman’s Canoe
Coos Bay and Florence


FAQs For Camping in The Oregon Coast

When traveling to the Oregon Coast, the best time to visit depends on what you're looking for during your trip. If you want to go hiking, biking, camping, fishing, and boating, the best time to visit is during the summer. These are the warmest and driest months of the year so you'll be able to enjoy endless outdoor adventures.

If you're looking to relax, or enjoy some cold weather sports, then the best time to visit s November through January. During this time, the crowds have dispersed and you'll be able to experience skiing and snowboarding.

Between stunning scenic areas, natural wonders, and rich historical sites, there are so many things to do when visiting the Oregon Coast. The Oregon Coast isn't big chain hotels and piers stuffed with tourists, think more along the lines of small fishing coves, camping lodges, and lighthouses on grassy hills.

One of the most iconic attractions is Haystack Rock. The low tide reveals a colorful world of sea anemones, urchains, and sea starts. There are also several species of seabirds here.

Another popular attraction is the Columbia River Maritime Museum which highlights the human and natural history of the waterway.

Fort Stevens State Park is another one of the top attractions of Astoria. It's a massive natural space with a long military history. Today, the park has accessible hiking trails and the Fort Stevens campground which is the largest on the coast.

Where the land meets the bay and the sea, Oregon Coast opens up an abundance of possibilities. From hiking and ATVing to fishing, crabbing, and clamming, there are endless water and outdoor activities to explore.

A trip to Oregon's Coast isn't complete without a crabbing trip. Some of the best places for crabbing are Lower Coos Bay Crabbing and Charleston Area Crabbing. The Coast is also known for excellent clamming and word-class fishing.

There are also several trails to explore. Grab your hiking boots and check out the Oregon Coast Trail, Golden & Silver Falls State Natural Area, or Bluebill Trail. If you're looking to enjoy the outdoors with pulse-pounding adventure, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is a great place to go ATVing.

The only National Park along the Oregon Coast is Crater Lake National Park. This park is formed by the now-collapsed volcano, Mount Mazama. The Rim Drive is a spectacular scenic drive and there are many outdoor adventures to be had here. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. It's comprised of 183,224 acres of mountains, forests, and lake.

Most of the scenic views, adventurous hikes, and camping locations along the Oregon Coast are at an Oregon Coast State Park. As you drive down the coast, you'll come across numerous different parks to explore. You won't want to miss an opportunity to check out the historical lighthouses along the Oregon Coast Highway.

Some of the top parks are Ecola State Park, Oswald West State Park, Cape Meares Lighthouse and State Scenic Viewpoint, Beverly Beach State Park, Shore Acres State Park, Cape Arago State Park and Lighthouse, and Cape Blanco State Park and Lighthouse.

Nothing beats freshly caught seafood on the Oregon coast. Along the coast, the restaurants, bars, and breweries serve seafood caught off the shorts and produce grown locally. There are so many great restaurants where you can sample fresh seafood or creative comfort food along the coastline. Some of the most popular foods are tillamook cheese, clam and mussel chowder, smoked salmon, and sushi.

Some of the must-try restaurants along the coastline are Bridgewater Bistro, Offshore Grill and Coffee House, Garibaldi Portside Bistro, Pacific Sushi & Grill, Schooner Restaurant and Lounge, Riverhouse Nestucca, Local Ocean Seafoods, and Yachats Brewing.

The Oregon Coast is a magical place filled with amazing views, a unique coastal culture, and a lot of small towns to explore. There is so much to do in this area that you won't get bored. Tent, RV, or cabin camping along the Oregon Coast is a fun way to get outdoors and enjoy the natural beauty of the area, especially in the summer months. The Oregon Coast has the perfect climate for camping, and there so so many campsites along the Oregon Coast. Some campgrounds are a bit more rustic while others have every amenity you could dream of. Many of the campgrounds are right on the beach or have easy access, so you won't have to travel to far to touch your toes in the sand.


Popular places to camp near The Oregon Coast


KOA Campgrounds Near Astoria, OR

With over 500 KOA campgrounds in the United States and Canada, you'll find 2 KOA campgrounds near Astoria, OR.
KOA Resorts

Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA Resort

1100 Northwest Ridge Road, Hammond, Oregon

Camping near Astoria, OR At The Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA Resort

Welcome to the ocean, the history and the fun of Oregon's North Coast!  Your family will love the many amenities and activities at this KOA.  Stay in a Deluxe Cabin and enjoy the indoor swimming pool and hot tub, outdoor pool, jumping pillow, mini golf, playgrounds, bike rentals and dog park. The activity building offers board games, ping-pong, billiards and foosball.  Enjoy themed weekends and organized games/crafts all summer long.  Step outside your door and discover the lure of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean.  Spend a day biking, kite flying, whale watching, clam digging and beachcombing across the street in historic Fort Stevens State Park.  Discover the rich local history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition at Ft. Clatsop.  Pool (indoor): Open all year;  Pool (outdoor): Memorial Wknd-Labor Day Wknd.  Max pull thru: 90ft.  Your hosts: Recreational Adventures Co.  

Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA Resort

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Camping at Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA Resort

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Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA Resort Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 90' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (Open Year-Round)
  • Hot Tub / Sauna
  • Propane
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Mini Golf
  • Firewood
  • Bike Rentals
  • KampK9®

Unique Amenities

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Accommodations

Check-in: 4:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

1100 Northwest Ridge Road
Clatsop County
Hammond, OR 97121
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Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA Holiday

457 Bay Center Road, South Bend, Washington

Camping near Astoria, OR At The Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA Holiday

Situated in a quiet, natural forest setting on picturesque Willapa Bay, this is just the place to leave your daily life behind -  and enjoy the tidal bay! A scenic nature trail leads from the campground right to the beach, where you'll enjoy bird-watching and beachcombing. Swim in the tidal bay, rake for delicious steamer clams (license required) and work up an appetite for the area's famous Willapa Bay oysters. You're close to lighthouses and the Pacific.  Play a game of ladder ball or cornhole. Mine for gems at our Mining Sluice or Jump your cares away on our jump pad. Enjoy ice cream socials and family activities every weekend (Memorial Day through Labor Day). Then finish your perfect day with a beautiful sunset over the bay. Max pull thru: 70 feet. Your hosts: Joel and Lydia Fodor.
There is a maximum of 6 people on an RV site. There is a max of 4 people on a Tent site.
Tent sites accommodate 1 tent and 1 car per site.
As a courtesy to all our guests, we do not accept arrivals after 11 pm.
CHECK-IN TIME FOR CABINS/YURTS IS 3 PM
CHECK-IN TIME FOR RV/TENTS IS 1 PM
CHECK-OUT TIME IS 11 AM
The steamer clam beds are reserved for the use of registered campers only. Visitors on the campground must register at the office and pay the visitor fee of $5.00 per person. Visitors may not be permitted on the campground if there is no capacity to accommodate them. There is a max of 6 people per RV site/ 4 per tent site, including visitors.
WINTER BEACH ACCESS - During Winter Months (November through March), we have to close our beach access. This is due to very high tides that bring large logs and other debris that change our coastline every year. We want to make sure our guests stay safe. Thank you for understanding.

Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA Holiday

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Camping at Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA Holiday

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Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA Holiday Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 70' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Snack Bar
  • Propane
  • Firewood
  • KampK9®

Unique Amenities

  • Beach Access
  • Camp Store
  • Camping Cabins
  • Clamming
  • Deluxe Cabin
  • Families
  • Laundry Room
  • Pet Friendly
  • Planned Activities Available
  • Play Ground
  • Walking Trail
  • Willapa Bay
  • Yurts

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Accommodations

Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

457 Bay Center Road
South Bend, WA 98586
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KOA Campgrounds Near Lincoln City, OR

With over 500 KOA campgrounds in the United States and Canada, you'll find 1 KOA campgrounds near Lincoln City, OR.
KOA Holidays

Lincoln City KOA Holiday

5298 Northeast Park Lane, Otis, Oregon

Camping near Lincoln City, OR At The Lincoln City KOA Holiday

Camping Near Lincoln City, Oregon — Soft Beaches, Lighthouses and Glass-Float Finding
Get away from the city for a peaceful vacation surrounded by lush greenery. Camping near Lincoln City, Oregon, is a wonderful way to spend quality time with family and friends. You can build one-of-a-kind experiences and memories while staying at Lincoln City KOA Journey. Our property is one of the few campgrounds near Lincoln City that offers unforgettable nature views right at the campground. If you are looking for a campground near Devil's Lake, you're in luck. Our park is only a few minutes walk from the lake. To make it even better, we're also conveniently located right off of US Highway 101, meaning we are easy to find. Stay with us for a true camping experience like no other.

Campsites You Won't Find Anywhere Else in Lincoln City
You and your family have various ways to stay at our KOA Campground. Our campground sites range from Tent Sites and RV Sites to Camping Cabins, you can have the camping experience you desire. Lincoln City KOA Journey offers a true camping feeling, being the only park in the area that allows tent camping. The property's lush foliage gives you scenic views that feel like they are straight out of a movie. Here, you can truly become one with nature while camping in Lincoln City, Oregon.

Experience camping at any of our campsites, including:

  • Tent Sites: Tent camping lets you sleep under the stars. Our Tent Sites have grass pads and fire rings to help you stay cozy. They also have no hookups, providing an authentic, rustic camping experience.
  • RV Sites: Bring your RV to comfortably camp at one of our Pull-Thru or Back-In RV Sites. You will have access to 50-, 30- and 20-amp services. Many sites also have full hookups or water and electric hookups. Some even have a KOA Patio® and a built-in KOA Paw Pen. The maximum pull-thru is 65 feet.
  • Camping Cabins: When you have no RV but want to stay in a warm shelter, Camping Cabins are a perfect option. Our cabins provide beds, porch swings, and more to ensure you have a fun and relaxing trip. They have no bathroom or kitchen.

All of our campground's sites are pet-friendly, so you can bring your beloved furry family members along for your trip near the Oregon Coast. You may see various wildlife while camping with us, from squirrels and chipmunks to the local elk.


High-Quality and Clean Camping Amenities
While you have fun camping in Lincoln City, Oregon, you can take advantage of the many high-quality amenities around the campground. Whether you prefer to relax or stay active, you and your family have plenty of things to do.

Enjoy features like:

  • A pavilion
  • KampK9® dog park
  • Bike rentals
  • Snack bar
  • Playground

If that is not enough, you can also engage in activities like:
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Horseshoes
  • Planned activities

Our campground is conveniently located for those looking for an authentic Devil's Lake Camping experience. You can go swimming and fishing at Devil's Lake, which is just a short walk from the campground. We ensure every part of the camp stays clean so you and your family can have a positive camping experience.


Our Own On-Property Campground Diner — Little Campfire Cafe
You can start every day with a hearty breakfast from Little Campfire Cafe during your stay. The diner provides delicious home-cooked meals for campers to indulge in. From daily breakfast to Saturday BBQ dinners, you can trust you will have the most delightful food while camping.

Nearby Family Fun in Lincoln City and at Devil's Lake
While you relish the campground's remoteness and peacefulness, you can still appreciate its proximity to various local activities and attractions the whole family can enjoy. Whether you prefer shopping or sightseeing, there is plenty to do. This KOA is near the Lincoln City Outlets, Chinook Winds Casino Resort and the Spirit Mountain Casino.
Our campground is the perfect choice for going RV camping in Devil's Lake. The area boasts miles of soft beaches, which are perfect for whale watching, lighthouse touring and glass-float finding. Our convenient location provides easy beach access, making it ideal for family vacations.
The "float fairies" from the Lincoln City Visitor and Convention Bureau hide thousands of handmade, multicolored glass floats along the beaches. You can even find the same beautiful floats for sale in the campground store. At the end of the day, "float" back to KOA, close enough to the Pacific for easy access yet inland enough to avoid coastal fog and wind. Our campground in Lincoln City is truly like no other!

You'll Also Be Staying at an RV Park Near Newport, Oregon and Depoe Bay, Oregon
Our property's convenient location off US Highway 101 means you have easy access to many other popular Oregon Coast cities. 
Our RV park is near Newport, Oregon – we are located about 28 miles North of Newport, aka the “Dungeness Crab capital of the world”. We highly recommend exploring Newport, Oregon if you are interested in visiting the beach, or – as its nickname would imply – looking to go crabbing. 
We are also a perfect choice for those searching for an RV Park near Depoe Bay, Oregon. Depoe Bay, Oregon is even closer to us than Newport. Located just 15 miles South of our location, our RV campground is a short drive away from the city known as, “The World's Smallest Harbor”. Visit the town's quaint shops and even go whale watching – another Oregon experience we highly recommend.
When you stay with us, fun experiences like these, and many more, are right around the corner. 

Book Your Next Adventure at Lincoln City KOA Journey
Your next adventure awaits. Start planning your camping trip in Lincoln City, Oregon, today by calling us at 800-562-3316 or reserving a campsite online.

Lincoln City KOA Holiday

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Camping at Lincoln City KOA Holiday

* The directions provided are estimated, please confirm directions to and from the KOA to your destination.

Lincoln City KOA Holiday Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 70' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Snack Bar
  • Propane
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Firewood
  • Pavilion
  • Bike Rentals
  • KampK9®

Unique Amenities

  • Planned Activities Available

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

All Sites

Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

5298 Northeast Park Lane
Otis, OR 97368
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KOA Campgrounds Near Newport, OR

With over 500 KOA campgrounds in the United States and Canada, you'll find 2 KOA campgrounds near Newport, OR.
KOA Journeys

Waldport / Newport KOA Journey

1330 NW Pacific Coast Highway, Waldport, Oregon

Camping near Newport, OR At The Waldport / Newport KOA Journey

It is no secret that the Oregon Coast is magnificent! Mother Nature has impressed many with her amazing beauty! Our KOA is located right in the heart of all that beauty!

Our KOA sits above picturesque Alsea Bay. Our views are incredible! In fact, Reserve America has awarded us “America's Top 50 Views”, TWICE! From our view sites, you can enjoy amazing views of Alsea Bay, Waldport's Historic Bridge, and the Pacific Ocean.

Our area offers lots of things to amaze you. Hike a rocky coastline, discover starfish in a tide pool, or just take a walk on a quiet, sandy beach. We have three lighthouses in our area you can tour. Visit the world-renowned Rogue Brewery, Oregon Coast Aquarium, or the Sea Lion Caves. Buy fresh-caught fish right off the boat down on the “Historic Bayfront” in Newport. Or catch your own! Alsea bay is one of the top 5 bays in Oregon for crabbing, clamming, and fishing! Unplug, relax, and enjoy the beautiful Oregon Coast.

We are open all year long! Anytime is a great time to go camping! Stay one night or multiple nights. We look forward to having you!

Check-In Time: 2:00 pm for Everyone
Check-Out Time: 11:00 am For Everyone

Waldport / Newport KOA Journey

Open All Year More Details

Camping at Waldport / Newport KOA Journey

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Waldport / Newport KOA Journey Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 42' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Propane
  • Firewood

Unique Amenities

  • At mile marker 155
  • Cabins
  • Camping Lodges
  • Campstore
  • Coastal Cottages
  • Free Cable TV
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen Sink
  • Laundromat
  • RV Patio Sites
  • Tent sites

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

All Sites

Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

1330 NW Pacific Coast Highway
Waldport, OR 97394
KOA Journeys

Albany / Corvallis KOA Journey

33775 Oakville Road South, Albany, Oregon

Camping near Newport, OR At The Albany / Corvallis KOA Journey

At Albany/Corvallis KOA, you'll have easy access to area attractions. Visit the many wineries in Linn and Benton counties. You're within 5 miles of Oregon State University and all of its sporting and cultural events. Albany's Historic Carousel & Museum is just 5 miles away. Check out some of the 700-plus historic structures that date back to Albany's boom in the 1800s. Back at the campground, enjoy campfires all year and have fun in the outdoor heated pool. The Kamp K9 park is 4,000 square feet - right next to the entrance to this KOA's own nature trail. In July/August, enjoy berry picking or join in hula hoop contests and ice cream socials. The basketball court even has spectator seating. This campground is the perfect spot to begin your tour of covered bridges in Linn and Benton counties. Visit historic Thompson's Mills or travel to Mary's Peak for breathtaking mountain views.  Max pull thru: 65 feet. Your hosts: Recreational Adventures Co.

Albany / Corvallis KOA Journey

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Camping at Albany / Corvallis KOA Journey

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Albany / Corvallis KOA Journey Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 68' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/26 - 9/14)
  • Propane
  • Fishing
  • Mini Golf
  • Firewood
  • Pavilion
  • KampK9®

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 1:30 pm, Check-out: 11:30 am

Accommodations, Cabins

Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:30 am

Contact

33775 Oakville Road South
Albany, OR 97321

KOA Campgrounds Near Coos Bay, OR

With over 500 KOA campgrounds in the United States and Canada, you'll find 3 KOA campgrounds near Coos Bay, OR.
KOA Holidays

Oregon Dunes KOA Holiday

68632 Hwy 101, North Bend, Oregon

Camping near Coos Bay, OR At The Oregon Dunes KOA Holiday

This is the only full-service privately owned campground on the southern Oregon coast with full ATV and ORV access to Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Off-road vehicles are in/out of the campground from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. If this sounds exciting, then this is the place for you!

You're just 10 minutes by car or 2 miles by ATV through the dunes to get to the beach. Steve's ATV Rentals has ATV/UTV rentals nearby. The camp store sells off-road themed T-shirts, gifts, groceries and more. A new rec room can be enjoyed by all. Summer events for kids and adults include a huge Jump Pad, mini dunes, free catch-and-release fishing, paddle boats and ice cream socials on Friday and Saturday nights that feature 20 different toppings to put on your chocolate and vanilla ice cream.

An Easter egg hunt starts off the season, Halloween festivities in the fall add to the fun and a Thanksgiving potluck rounds out the other seasonal activities.

Max pull thru: 95 feet.  Come meet your new hosts Steve and Laverne!!

If you book your site online and cannot find the date you are interested in, be sure to call us! If you are booking a tent site and do not have ATV's, we suggest you call us to discuss your options. We want to be sure you have a great experience at Oregon Dunes KOA.

We hope to see you soon!

Oregon Dunes KOA Holiday

Open All Year More Details

Camping at Oregon Dunes KOA Holiday

* The directions provided are estimated, please confirm directions to and from the KOA to your destination.

Oregon Dunes KOA Holiday Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 95' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Snack Bar
  • Propane
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Fishing
  • Firewood
  • KampK9®

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

Accommodations

Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 1:00 pm

Contact

68632 Hwy 101
North Bend, OR 97459
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Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA Holiday

609 Fort McKay, Sutherlin, Oregon

Camping near Coos Bay, OR At The Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA Holiday

RV Camping in Sutherlin, Oregon
Stay at the Movies! Take a nostalgic trip back in time to an old-fashioned drive-in movie by staying at the Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA. This incredible getaway will provide you with memories that will last a lifetime. Grab some popcorn and settle in by one of our community fire pits to enjoy a drive-in movie experience or choose one of our Premium Movie Sites and watch from your own rig. That's right, our campground was built on the site of the Cloverleaf Drive-In and our guests now enjoy big-screen movies during their stay.

Located just 19 minutes from Roseburg, Oregon, this RV park is in the heart of it all. You and your family can enjoy staying at a unique Sutherlin, Oregon, RV park full of things to do. Come today to Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA, home of the drive-in movie experience!

RV Park Campsites Available at KOA in Sutherlin, Oregon 
Stay on the campground the next time you wish to camp with your friends or family. We provide many sites, whether you have a big rig, sprinter van or tent. With many campsites around the campground, you have opportunities to get the view you desire. Our campsites include:

  • RV Sites: Bring your RV to camp at a Pull-thru RV Site. We have multiple different site options to choose from. Several sites have full hookups and 50-amp and 30-amp connections, while others only have water and electric hookups with 30-amp service. You can even choose to camp at one of the RV Sites with a premium movie view. If you prefer a location with a quieter atmosphere at night, you can also choose to stay at one of the standard sites.
  • Tent Sites: No RV? No problem. You can enjoy traditional camping by setting up your tent at one of the Tent Sites. Each site has water and electric hookups, a concrete patio with furniture and a privacy fence.

If you have no access to an RV or tent, you can stay in one of our two unique lodgings, The Griswold or Tiny House – they create a camping experience like no other. The Griswold is a vacation movie-themed RV that sleeps six, making it perfect for friends or family. Our Tiny House is a Looney Tunes-themed lodging option that touches on nostalgia and your favorite cartoon characters. It can comfortably sleep six and features a full kitchen.


RV Park Amenities and Features
Our campground also offers incredible amenities that campers can take advantage of during their stay. We ensure the campground is ready for guests, from maintaining a spotless property to ensuring there are activities for people of all ages. When you stay with us, you can enjoy the following:

  • A Drive-in movie theater
  • Fully stocked camp store
  • 24-hour laundry
  • Wi-Fi
  • Two KampK9® dog parks
  • Clubhouse
  • Playground
  • Game room
  • Horseshoes
  • Frisbee golf
  • Barbeque deck
  • Pavilion

Additionally, you can enjoy seasonal events like nightly movies, Food Truck Fridays, horseshoe tournaments, Halloween events and more.


Things to Do Near Our RV Park in Sutherlin, Oregon
While you enjoy relaxing at the campground, you can also create a schedule to visit the local attractions near our campground. The many valleys of the Umpqua possess many opportunities for adventure, and it can all begin with a reservation at the Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA. Celebrate with friends and family by heading to one of the incredible restaurants or breweries in the area. You can indulge in delicious food and drinks while creating unforgettable memories with each other.

Explore your wild side by visiting the Wildlife Safari, where you can see lions, tigers and bears – oh my! Driving through the safari park is an excellent way to see hundreds of free-range animals up close. The park also has a walk-through exhibit so guests can view the smaller animals on site. Perfect for kids and adults of all ages! For more time outdoors, grab your fishing pole or take a guided tour of the world-famous Umpqua River. Bring your swimsuit to float or swim in the river in the warmer months.

When you are ready to explore the area, our camp hosts can point you in the right direction with fun attractions and activities, like the Wine Trail Tour, the Great Umpqua Food Trail and antique shopping in historic Oakland, Oregon. You can also hike to incredible waterfalls or spend a day in the beautiful Crater Lake National Forest

Plus, with the campground a short drive away from the Oregon Coast, you and your friends or family can take time to explore the coast for a day. While out on the coast, you can learn history and witness a historical site in person by visiting the Heceta Head Lighthouse and Light Keeper's house. Though both structures are from 1894, the lighthouse still works today, casting beams around 21 miles out to the sea to help ships find their way to shore.

Our campground is truly in the heart of it all!

Stay at Our Campgrounds near Roseburg, Oregon
Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA is here whenever you need a quick getaway in a new area. Our RV park is just outside of Roseburg, Oregon, making it the perfect place to have a peaceful vacation surrounded by nature and still have access to the fun attractions and activities in the city.

Having the campgrounds close to Roseburg, Oregon means there are plenty of things to do, whether you want to spend the entire day or just a few hours in Roseburg. Try different restaurants to experience diverse menus. Visit True Kitchen + Bar for dinner full of unique social appetizers and drinks. You could also enjoy a meal at The Parrot House; a recently renovated picturesque 1891 residence turned restaurant. The Parrot House brings fine dining and history together for a dinner full of fun and laughter. 

Book Your Next Stay at Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA
Whether you are staying for a week or a weekend, you can enjoy the many features and amenities at Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA in between your adventures around the city. The campground has everything you need for fun and relaxing RV and tent camping in South Oregon, whether you're planning your trip to Sutherlin, Oakland or Roseburg, Oregon. Begin planning your perfect weekend getaway or family vacation by reserving a campsite with us today!

Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA Holiday

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Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA Holiday Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Propane
  • Pavilion
  • KampK9®

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 12:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Accommodations

Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

609 Fort McKay
Sutherlin, OR 97479
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KOA Journeys

Grants Pass KOA Journey

699 Jumpoff Joe Creek Road, Grants Pass, Oregon

Camping near Coos Bay, OR At The Grants Pass KOA Journey

Located next to Jumpoff Joe Creek, this KOA is just 15 minutes from the Rogue River, a National Wild and Scenic River. Book a tour with Hellgate Jetboat Excursions or go whitewater rafting, hiking and fishing. Back at KOA, you'll find 54 RV Sites and Tent Sites - or make yourself at home in a cozy creekside Cabin or new Camping Cabin.   For entertainment and exercise, jump on the spacious jump pad or take a dip in a natural swimming hole at the base of the waterfall on Jumpoff Joe Creek. Then relax and enjoy the ample wildlife that includes deer and turkeys. Pets are loved and have their own safe, fenced areas. Visit the fully stocked general store for all your grocery needs. The campground's mountain location and abundant trees may limit the free Wi-Fi and satellite reception. Cable TV is not offered. The waterfalls and variety of wildlife make this KOA something very special! Max pull thru: 100 feet.

Grants Pass KOA Journey

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Grants Pass KOA Journey Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 65' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Propane
  • Firewood
  • KampK9®

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 12:30 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Accommodations

Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

699 Jumpoff Joe Creek Road
Grants Pass, OR 97526
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KOA Campgrounds Near Bandon, OR

With over 500 KOA campgrounds in the United States and Canada, you'll find 1 KOA campgrounds near Bandon, OR.
KOA Journeys

Bandon / Port Orford KOA Journey

46612 Highway 101 South, Langlois, Oregon

Camping near Bandon, OR At The Bandon / Port Orford KOA Journey

Enjoy incredible camping in the woods along the beautiful southern Oregon coast. Sit back and relax with your family at a secluded campsite beneath pine and alder trees surrounded by huckleberry and blackberry bushes. Add a 1/2-acre playground, heated seasonal pool, 14-foot-long seasonal hot tub, hot showers, and you have a magical setting. It's only a short drive to the beach, where you'll discover why this area is known as "Oregon's best-kept secret," with lighthouses, tide pools and sandy shores. With Floras Lake and the Rogue River nearby, numerous activities, from crabbing to windsurfing, are at the tips of your toes. 
Pool open: Memorial Day Weekend - Customer Appreciation Weekend
Max pull thru: 80 feet
Your hosts: Michael and Cathy Davis.

Bandon / Port Orford KOA Journey

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Bandon / Port Orford KOA Journey Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/25 - 9/22)
  • Hot Tub / Sauna
  • Snack Bar
  • Propane
  • Firewood
  • Bike Rentals
  • KampK9®

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Accommodations, Cabins, Loft apart., Park Model RV

Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

46612 Highway 101 South
Langlois, OR 97450
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KOA Campgrounds Near Gold Beach, OR

With over 500 KOA campgrounds in the United States and Canada, you'll find 2 KOA campgrounds near Gold Beach, OR.
KOA Journeys

Cave Junction KOA Journey

25401 Redwood Hwy, Cave Junction, Oregon

Camping near Gold Beach, OR At The Cave Junction KOA Journey

Welcome to Cave Junction KOA Journey, where we take great pride in providing awe-inspiring 360-degree mountain vistas that will truly captivate you. Whether you're a seasoned RVer or a passionate tent-camping aficionado, our diverse range of camping options guarantees a comfortable and unforgettable stay. Dive into the Southern Oregon experience effortlessly. Our prime location serves as your portal to a plethora of attractions, including the enigmatic Oregon Caves, the enchanting Redwood National and State Parks, and the exhilarating adventures of the Illinois River. With something to enthrall both outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs, there's a captivating experience awaiting every visitor.

What to Do While Camping at Cave Junction KOA
Perfectly placed amidst the breathtaking beauty of Southern Oregon, Cave Junction KOA Journey offers the ideal launchpad for a world of exploration. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of this region's natural and historical treasures. Discover the mystical Oregon Caves, where ancient geological wonders await your exploration, or lose yourself in the enchanting Redwood National and State Parks, where towering giants guard the secrets of centuries past. For the adventurous at heart, the thrill of the Illinois River beckons with promises of unforgettable experiences. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast seeking the next great adventure or a history buff eager to uncover stories from the past, our prime location ensures there's something extraordinary for everyone to enjoy. Your Southern Oregon adventure starts here.

What Amenities Does Cave Junction KOA Offer
At Cave Junction KOA Journey, we've thought of every detail to enhance your stay. Our laundry facility is open 24/7, ensuring you have the convenience to stay fresh and clean throughout your visit. Traveling in an electric vehicle? No problem! Take advantage of our on-site EV charging stations. As a pet-friendly destination, we warmly welcome your furry family members. Our KampK9® provides them with ample space, lush grass, and exciting scents to explore. If you're yearning for tranquility and nature, our winding nature trail along the tree line and seasonal creek offers the perfect escape. Families will love our playground, where kids can let their imaginations run wild and embrace the great outdoors. Plus, enjoy seamless connectivity with fast and reliable Wi-Fi, ideal for work, streaming, or staying connected with loved ones.

Ways to Stay
Looking for the perfect camping experience? Cave Junction KOA has got you covered with a variety of options for every type of camper:

  • RV Sites: Our spacious pull-through and back-in RV sites are thoughtfully designed to accommodate RVs of all sizes, slide-outs, and towables. Each site comes complete with 50/30 electricity, sewer, water hookups, a picnic table, and a fire pit, creating a cozy home away from home.
  • Tent Sites: For those who prefer a more traditional camping experience, our deluxe tent sites offer electricity and water hookups. Plus, they're conveniently located near our two 5-star private restroom and shower facilities, ensuring your camping experience is as comfortable as can be.

Book a Stay at Cave Junction KOA Today
Your adventure begins here. Book your stay at Cave Junction KOA Journey today, and immerse yourself in the natural beauty, tranquility, and comfort that Southern Oregon has to offer. We can't wait to welcome you to our scenic paradise. Unwind, explore, and make unforgettable memories with us. Book now and experience the magic of Cave Junction KOA Journey!

Cave Junction KOA Journey

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Cave Junction KOA Journey Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 70' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Propane
  • Firewood
  • KampK9®

Unique Amenities

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

All Sites

Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

25401 Redwood Hwy
Cave Junction, OR 97523
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KOA Holidays

Crescent City / Redwoods KOA Holiday

4241 Highway 101 North, Crescent City, California

Camping near Gold Beach, OR At The Crescent City / Redwoods KOA Holiday

Crescent City/Redwoods KOA is the best place to stay while exploring  the redwood forests and America's Wild Rivers Coast. This KOA is close to some great hiking trails in the Redwood National and State Parks as  well as many beautiful beaches and four major rivers. Area highlights include the Trees of Mystery, Battery Point Lighthouse, Ocean World, Tour Thru Tree, Fern Canyon and Oregon Caves. The campground's tour center has all the info you'll need for exploring/day trips. This 17-acre park has 10 acres of redwood forest surrounded by alder groves. The RV area has full-hookup, 30/50-amp big-rig friendly sites with expanded cable and free Wi-Fi. One- and two-room Cabins are scattered in/around the redwood forest, along with private/unique Tent Sites. There are limited RV Sites in the redwood forest for RVs under 30 feet. Please call the office for info on forest RV Sites. Wi-Fi is available for all forest campers in the Rec Center (open 24 hours/day). Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: the Fallon family.

Crescent City / Redwoods KOA Holiday

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Crescent City / Redwoods KOA Holiday Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Propane
  • Firewood
  • Pavilion
  • Bike Rentals
  • KampK9®

Unique Amenities

Hours / Operation

Open All Year

RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Accommodations

Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Contact

4241 Highway 101 North
Crescent City, CA 95531
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