The Oregon Coast offers temperate climate conditions, excellent for enjoying camping all year-round. The Central Oregon Coast boasts sandy beaches, tidepools, fishing opportunities, sand dunes, old growth forests and a variety of hiking trails. Discover the top five campgrounds located along the Central Oregon Coast.
Devil’s Lake State Recreation Area is located within the city limits of Lincoln City, along the Central Oregon coast. Campers enjoy the close proximity to the city attractions, such as the shops and Chinook Winds Casino. Campers also enjoy swimming and boating on Devil’s Lake, or kayak tours in the summer. Visitors also enjoy excellent fishing opportunities, catching rainbow trout, yellow perch, catfish, largemouth bass and bluegill all year round. The campground includes 28 full hookup sites, with cable, 5 electric sites with cable, 54 tent sites and 10 yurts.
Beverly Beach State Park is located just north of Newport, only a short distance from the sandy beach. Beverly Beach is a popular campground, especially for visitors wanting close access to the beach. Beverly Beach has 53 full hook-up sites, 128 tent sites and 21 yurts. From the beach, accessible by a short walk under the highway, visitors can view Yaquina Head and Lighthouse, Otter Rock or Cape Foulweather. Beverly Beach also participates in the SOLV Great Beach Clean-up in the fall and spring. Visit the Oregon State Park and Recreation website for more information or to make reservations.
Jesse M. Honeyman Memorial State Park is located a few miles south of Florence on Hwy 101, in the midst of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Honeyman Park is the “second largest overnight camp in the state.” With 47 full hookup sites, 187 tent sites and 10 yurts, the Honeyman Campground offers a camping experience for everyone. Campers enjoy swimming and boating in the freshwater lakes, Cleawox and Woahink or hiking up the massive sand dunes. Visitors can access the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area from the campground or visit the North Jetty area.
Cape Perpetua Campground is located north of Florence off of Hwy 101. The Cape Perpetua Campground is nestled at the base of Cape Perpetua. Campers enjoy wooded camp spots situated along the meandering creek. While camping, campers enjoy hiking the trails to the tidepools, the Cape Visitor Cetner or to the Giant Spruce tree. This campground is part of the Siuslaw National Forest area, and includes 38 tent, auto and trailer camp sites.
Tillicum Beach Campground is located between Waldport and Yachats along the sandy beach. This busy campground is situated at sea level, right up against the sand. Campers feel like they are camping right on the beach! The camp spots located adjacent to the beach are, of course, the most popular with beachfront views. Make sure to get to the campground early or make a reservation for one of the 59 camp sites. This campground is open year-round, as part of the Siuslaw National Forest recreation area.
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