Camping & State Parks

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Raymond.

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Raymond.

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Raymond.

  • RV sites on the water of the Willapa River in Southwest Washington.

  • Leadbetter Point State Park is a Washington state park on the Long Beach Peninsula northwest of Oysterville, Washington. The park is bounded by Willapa Bay to the north and east and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

  • Pacific Pines State Park sits on the Pacific shore. The area is conducive to all manner of day-trip beach activity and nature observation.

  • Ocean Park Resort is a AAA rated facility located on 9.5 Acres in a quiet, park like setting, 4 blocks from the center of Ocean Park and the Beach.

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Long Beach.

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Long Beach.

  • Whether for beachcombing, kite flying, picnics, long walks, building an evening bonfire for marshmallow roasting, or enjoying a lazy afternoon on the beach with your favorite book, Andersen's RV Park offers easy and convenient access to sand and surf.

  • Cranberry is open year-round and offers 22 full hook-up sites. For your convenience, they offer daily, weekly, and monthly rentals. Features include: cable tv and Wi-Fi, coin-op laundry, recreation hall, clean restrooms and showers, RV and boat-sized storage. Best of all, they are within walking distance from the beach!

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Long Beach.

  • Mermaid Inn rooms were designed to welcome you back from an exciting day at the beach or nearby Oregon Coast, or to just curl up with a book and listen to the storm rage outside.

  • Driftwood is located close to the beach in the City of Long Beach on Washington's spectacular south coast. This is a pleasant grassy park on 2 plus acres offers 56 full hookup sites and many pull-thru’s.

  • Sand Castle looks forward to helping you get settled here at this conveniently-located park in Long Beach, Washington. The park is close to beach, Boardwalk, Discovery Trail, downtown, shopping, restaurants...you name it!

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Long Beach.

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Long Beach.

  • Cape Disappointment State Park (formerly Fort Canby State Park) is a 1,882-acre camping park on the Long Beach Peninsula, fronted by the Pacific Ocean. The park offers two miles of ocean beach, two lighthouses, an interpretive center and hiking trails. Visitors enjoy beachcombing, ship watching and exploring the area's rich natural and cultural history. The nearby coastal towns of Ilwaco and Long Beach feature special events and festivals spring through fall.

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Ilwaco.

  • Beacon Charters & RV Park welcomes you to come charter fishing for Chinook and Coho salmon (ocean, Buoy 10), White Sturgeon, tuna and more. They are here on Washington’s beautiful southwest coast, where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean.

  • New owner and managers have made many great changes to this campground. There are large campsites, private fire pits, tables, grass, and space! Every RV site has an 70+ foot pull-through. This is a family oriented and pet friendly campground. The store is well stocked and competitively priced with gifts, sundries, beach toys, games, and KOA's exclusive City Brew coffee! Get firewood bundles at a reasonable rate. Store and restrooms are newly renovated, and a large, bright, clean laundry facility is available. Enjoy the cozy, family oriented game room or the large wooded area for volleyball, horseshoes, tether ball, or badminton. Enjoy wide open spaces at our fun, friendly KOA! Great people, great camping! We make vacation great!

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Chinook.

  • Fort Columbia State Park is a 593 acre day-use historical park located at the Chinook Point National Historic Landmark and along 6,400 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River. Within the park are original U.S. Army Coastal Artillery fort buildings and batteries, active from 1896 to 1947. This area was also home to the Chinook Indian Nation and their famed Chief Comcomly, and explored by Robert Gray and the Lewis and Clark expedition.

  • Located in Pacific County, Washington near Chinook.

  • If you are looking for the peace of camping in the country on a river, this is the place!!! We have full hookups for your RV plus tent spaces on the river for camping. We offer fully equipped bathrooms with showers. There is also a playground for your children and pets are welcome. It is peaceful and beautiful here with abundant wildlife and fishing.

  • Coastal convenience - from our beaches to the Columbia River, next to Lewis & Clark National Park and Historic Astoria. Come play & stay with us! Surround yourself with beautiful scenery and take intregeing tours with plenty to see.

  • Explore the timeless rainforests and majestic coastal vistas. Discover the rich heritage of the Native people. Unfold the dramatic stories of America's most famous explorers.

  • Located in Clatsop County, Oregon near Warrenton.

  • Located in Clatsop County, Oregon near Hammond.

  • Fort Stevens was the primary military defense installation in the three fort Harbor Defense System at the mouth of the Columbia River (Forts Canby and Columbia in Washington were the other two). The fort served for 84 years, beginning with the Civil War and closing at the end of World War II. Today, Fort Stevens has grown into a 4,200 acre park offering exploration of history, nature, and recreational opportunities.

  • Vacationing along the Pacific Northwest at the Astoria Warrenton Seaside KOA Campground is an unforgettable experience filled with fun, adventure, and relaxing ocean breezes. We are located on the northern tip of Oregon, one mile from the ocean, and between the mouth of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean.

  • Sunset Beach State Recreation Site comes with a very famous past. The park marks the west trailhead of the historic Fort-to-Sea Trail - a 6.5 mile route that recreates the experience Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery encountered as they traveled between Fort Clatsop and the Pacific Ocean during the famous winter of 1805-6.

    Sunset Beach provides visitors with direct access to the Pacific Ocean with expansive views from Cape Disappointment to the north and Ecola State Park to the south.

    This 120-acre park offers paved parking for 21 vehicles; an information station and an ADA accessible boardwalk leading to the beach.

  • Located in Clatsop County, Oregon near Warrenton.

  • The ocean is a just a short walk from Del Rey's quiet, secluded parking area. If ever there was a place to play, fly a kite, build a sandcastle or picnic, this is it. The sunsets can be spectacular, too.

  • Nice clean showers/bathrooms (don't need quarters), big spaces with extra parking, the store at enterance is very convenient, campground is clean and well kept.

  • Located in Clatsop County, Oregon near Gearhart.

  • Open Year Round. Showers, Cable TV, Restrooms, Laundry, Dumpsters

  • Circle Creek is located in Seaside, Oregon along the beautiful northwest coast. They offer the best accommodations for your RV needs.

  • Located in Clatsop County, Oregon near Seaside.

  • Two and a half miles. That's all it is from the parking lot (elev. 1,650') to the summit of Saddle Mountain (elev. 3,283'). Be prepared to marvel at the sheer volume of natural beauty packed onto the mountain, from a mature forest setting to fields of wildflowers to an open rocky summit. The view from the top of the mountain is one that cannot be described...it must be experienced.

  • One of Ecola State Park's first attractions was a beached whale. In 1806, Capt. William Clark and twelve members of the Corps of Discovery climbed over rocky headlands and fought their way through thick shrubs and trees to get to the whale in what is now Ecola State Park. Today, a paved road from Cannon Beach makes your trek to the park much easier. Winding your way through towering Sitka spruce, you suddenly emerge upon a breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean. Be sure to have your camera ready.

  • Located in Clatsop County, Oregon near Cannon Beach.

  • Located in Clatsop County, Oregon near Cannon Beach.

  • Located in Clatsop County, Oregon near Cannon Beach.

  • Cannon Beach's RV Resort is a full-service, full-hookup facility that can accommodate campers from pop-up trailers to RVs! Escape to the coast and stay in your home at the beach!

  • After a long day of shopping in Cannon Beach's boutiques, head for the heart of the city: Tolovana Wayside. Just a few steps down from the parking lot, you're on the beach with a spectacular view of Haystack Rock. A short walk down this lovely beach and you'll be at the rock's base. An amazing natural formation, many visitors feel the need for a closer look (but please don't climb!). Enjoy the beauty of the formation, tidepools around the base and abundance of wildlife -- the area is a wildlife refuge.

  • A shady spot, just off of the highway and a few feet from the sandy ocean beach. Take a lunch break on your way north or south on Highway 101. Kick off your shoes and leave them in the car...you'll want to feel the sand between your toes and the waves lapping at your ankles.

  • Just south of Cannon Beach, this little wayside gives you easy access to the beach and a peek at some interesting history. Imagine travelling by stagecoach along the beach (before the highway was built, the beach was the only way to go). North of the parking area you can still walk along the original trail carved into the point by the stagecoaches. The wayside was named after this trail because it hugs the point. Looking further north, Haystack Rock, one of the most identifiable landmarks along the coastline, is easily visible.

  • April 30, 2009 Note: The park remains open, although the campground at Oswald West is closed. Please consider one of our other nearby campgrounds (Nehalem Bay, Fort Stevens and Cape Lookout).

  • Imagine waking up to the song of the seagull, spending your afternoon on a kayak trip around Nehalem Bay, then taking a short walk over the dunes to the beach. There you'll sit with a blanket and watch the sun set over the ocean in the shadow of Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain. Finally, snuggle down for the night while the ocean waves sing you a lullaby. This is Nehalem Bay State Park.

  • Located on the beautiful Nehalem River in one of the most scenic areas of the Oregon Coast - tucked away from the busy traffic - we offer some of the best wildlife and bird watching on the Coast.

  • Just 34 miles west of Portland, you’ve got the best backyard imaginable. Campers, hikers, cyclists or equestrians can spend their days exploring and adventuring across 1,800 acres of rolling hills, forest glades, gleaming streams and wildflowers, all crisscrossed with over 25 miles of trails. Trek in deep canyons or picnic in the shade. Follow a woodland trail into the far reaches of the park; let your curiosity take you out to play. And when you’ve reminded yourself just how good it feels to stretch in the sun and watch things grow, choose a quiet campsite or a cozy cabin and relax under the stars.

  • Many visitors find the serenity of Nehalem Bay State Park to be the most attractive feature. If you look closer you'll find a lot of ways to keep busy, though. Crabbing and fishing on Nehalem Bay are popular. For a breathtaking view of the bay, fitness and wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy the 1.75 mile bike trail that circles the park airplane landing strip. Along this route and in the campground itself, you're likely to see deer grazing, a herd of elk, or a coyote crossing the road. The park is also graced with a variety of birds.

  • Ask anyone who has spent time at The Jetty Fishery and they will tell you that it is much more than a business. The Laviolette family has operated the Jetty for over 32 years. They have expanded the fishery from an RV park and boat rental facility to include live seafood such as Dungeness crabs and fresh local oysters and rental cabins only a few feet from the bay.

  • You'll find this day-use park just off of Highway 101 north of Rockaway. Picnic tables are nestled into small cul-de-sacs surrounded by shore pine to provide a break from the wind. After a leisurely lunch, kick off your shoes and take the short walk down the access trail to the ocean beach. A thoroughly relaxing spot.

  • Located near Rockaway Beach, Oregon.

  • Located on the beach in Rockaway Beach, Oregon, Shorewood RV Park is the perfect location for your next vacation at the Oregon Coast. Easy access to miles of sandy beaches with incredible oceans views make Shorewood RV Park the place to stay while visiting Tillamook County.

  • Harborview is a small, family-run motel with 16 rooms with one-queen and two-queen rooms available, and 30 full hook-up RV spaces. They’re located right out on the Port of Garibaldi, surrounded by Tillamook Bay, just about 90 minutes from both Portland & Salem. They are a highly-rated boutique motel catering to families & fishermen alike.

  • Located near Garibaldi, Oregon.

  • Located on Tillamook Bay in the historic fishing village of Garibaldi, we’re at the heart of all the good things the north coast has to offer.

  • Only six miles from the Pacific Ocean by car, Tillamook features coastal living at its best. Despite its size, the area is one of the most most developed on the Oregon coast. In addition to the Port's features, Tillamook features the Tillamook Cheese Factory, maker of world famous cheeses and ice creams, as well as the nearby Blue Heron cheese factory, offering gourmet food tasting, cheeses, wines and other gifts in a converted Dutch barn.

  • Located near Tillamook, Oregon.

  • Located near Tillamook, Oregon.

  • A must-see when driving the Three Capes Scenic route, Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint is situated on a headland 200 feet above the ocean. Cape Lookout and Cape Kiwanda are the other two capes on this route. Cape Meares provides an excellent view of the largest colony of nesting common murres (the site is one of the most populous colonies of nesting sea birds on the continent). Bald eagles and a peregrine falcon have also been known to nest near here.

  • Located near Tillamook, Oregon.

  • From Yelp: "These guys are great! Super nice, accommodating, and willing to help us crabbing novices figure out overly complicated things like tide charts! :) Wanna know the best bait to use? They'll tell ya! And when is the best time to go? (According to them, any month that ends in "-ER"). They also launch your boat, pick up your boat, and steam your crabs!"

  • Come visit us at Netarts Bay, where the forest meets the ocean. The azure sky melts into the deep blue ocean, where nature abounds and thrives. All cares are swept away by the tides.

  • Pleasant Valley RV Park is a full-service family and pet-friendly RV Park nestled in an idyllic wooded coastal valley 6 ½ miles south of Tillamook, Oregon on Highway 101. All 76 sites are pull-through and large enough for the biggest RVs. Most sites are shaded, with picnic tables and fire rings. Wireless Internet, propane, laundry, dumpsite, playground, and mini-mart are available on-site. Cabins are also available. We also have a large meeting room and kitchen available for group use. The park is approximately 20 minutes from the ocean and close to Tillamook County’s famous fishing, clamming, and crabbing areas. Sightseeing, hiking, and shopping opportunities are also nearby.