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Boice-Cope Campground

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Rimmed by Sitka spruces and shore pines, this crisp, clean campground occupies a groomed lawn overlooking Floras Lake in Langlois Oregon. Pet Friendly, consisting of a mixture between RV and Tent sites, this campground also houses laundry and shower facilities, RV dump station, firewood sales, and free Wi-Fi. Reservations are recommended during peak months, but not required.

Separated from the Pacific Ocean by narrow dunes, this beautiful campground has long since been used by wind sport enthusiast. Kite boarding, sailboarding, and kayak rentals are available right next door to the campground, along the lake side trail. A boat launch in the day-use area provides opportunities for motorized and none motorize boaters to enjoy the lake and join in on the fun.

A footbridge at the day-use area outlet leads to the dunes and the long, wild beach. A short walk beyond the picturesque lake, the adjacent shore connects into the Oregon Coast Trail, and provides an amazing route for anyone looking to explore the region. The outlet travels 8 miles connecting into the New River; this provides a one of a kind easy kayak or canoe trip with gorgeous migrating birds all along the corridor. Duck hunting exist in a section of this corridor for those that brave the winter season.

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Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • RV Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)


For Campers

  • ADA Access
  • Trash
  • Picnic Table
  • Firewood Available
  • Phone Service
  • Reservable
  • WiFi
  • Showers
  • Drinking Water
  • Electric Hookups
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Fires

For Vehicles

  • Sanitary Dump
  • Water Hookups
  • Big Rig Friendly

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MickandKarla W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 3, 2024

Great Location

We had no issues finding the campground(CG). We were not aware of a site number upon arrival, nor was there any check-in info. There was an arrow pointing at the restroom billboard, which had no check-in information. We called the camp host number on the CG fees sign as you entered the CG area. He said there should have been a unit number on the confirmation email, and lo and behold, there was a line item,'Unit(s): 3' on our confirmation email, so that was our site number. When we walked around to the other side of the restroom and shower buildings, there was a check-in both with misc info plus wifi info and password on the back of the laundry/resource center building. Odd location for the check-in booth, as it is on the road exiting the park. We then went to the back-in site/unit 3 with water and electric(50/30/20 AMP). All the sites here are water and electric. It was a fairly easy back-in. We had to disconnect our 40 rig and diagonally park our F450. The water and electricity were at the back of the site, and we needed about 25 feet of water hose and an electric cord. They also had decent water pressure. There were no trees in the center side of the loop, so we had no issues getting a Starlink connection or a south-pointing satellite. We got two bars on Verizon. The price we paid does not include taxes or online registration fee. The sites for the most part are nicely spaced. We were there in late December/early January, so we pretty much had the place to ourselves. The CG has a nice laundry room with a book swap. There were two washers and two dryers, but one dryer was broken and the other didn't heat up very well. A wash costs$2, and drying starts at 50 cents. As the showers are$1.50, they have a change machine in the laundry building, but it only takes$1 and$5 bills. The camp host checked in with us to make sure we were doing okay and were happy with our stay. We let him know about the dryer issue and he told us he was waiting for the county to come fix both dryers. There are nice trails out to Lake Floras and the ocean. Even in the bad weather, there were daily walkers. The nearest amenities are Langlois Market on US-101, which has been featured in Only in Your State OR, head to Langlois Market, where you'll find world-famous frankfurters. What makes these dogs so special? Locals say its the house-made sweet mustard, careful preparation, and top-notch frankfurters. This small market has your basic groceries, ice, beer, wine, and the deli.

Month of VisitFebruary
  • Review photo of Boice-Cope Campground by MickandKarla W., March 3, 2024
  • Review photo of Boice-Cope Campground by MickandKarla W., March 3, 2024
  • Review photo of Boice-Cope Campground by MickandKarla W., March 3, 2024
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Chris J.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 1, 2023

Sweet spot

Small campground with spaces for RV, trailer and tents. Free wifi. Showers. Very neat. Access to lake and beach.

Month of VisitSeptember
Mea H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 28, 2022

Lots of little luxuries


Verizon via iPhone 12: 29 mbps down and 0.48 mbps up with 38 ms ping. T-Mobile: No signal.

CAMPGROUND WIFI - 18 mbps down and 18 mbps up with 21 ms ping. There were 5 campsites in use.


I specifically chose this campground.

  1. It was somewhat close to my upcoming vacation spot in Bandon. 
  2. I had to work a ton and needed internet. 
  3. The campground has laundry facilities. 
  4. Has showers.

—————BASIC FAQ—————

[Rig. Mercedes Sprinter. 22 feet] 

Dump station? - Yes, but for a fee 

Water fill? - Yes, but for a fee 

Clean site? - Yes 

Clean bathroom? - Yes 

Flush toilet? - Yes 

Showers? - Yes, coin operated 

Laundry? - YES! 

Dish washing sink? - No


  • The campground hosts (there’s 2) are super friendly and social. Their dogs are super cute too. 
  • The campground is within walking distance of the beach and also a lake. We did a lot of nature watching while sitting at the bench by the lake. 
  • The campsites are all black-top paved. Take the campsite size to heart. If it’s listed for 21 feet then it’s only 21 feet long.
  • The SHOWERS. Each round of shower costs $1.50 for 6 minutes for delightfully hot water and good pressure. The shower rooms are individual rooms outside. There’s two. The one I used has a place to hang your bag, a table to set your wet toiletry bottles on, a chair to put my dry clothes on (or sitting) and a trash can. I cannot emphasize how nice it was to have the trash can in the shower room.
  • The women’s bathroom is clean and also has a space heater running. How wonderfully, comfortable.
  • The laundry room. We used it a lot. There’s a quarter exchange machine for $1 and $5 bills. There’s a small vending machine with basic laundry cleaning items. The washers I think were $2 and the dryer was 25¢ for 8 minutes. There’s a table where you can fold your laundry and also work on your laptop like I did. The Wi-Fi signal is really good in there. (My speedtest was actually done at my campsite 19.) Bring a cleaning cloth to clean the table as it gets dusty and a wee bit sandy (it’s still a campground). The laundry room also has a space heater.
  • Firewood is for purchase for $5.


  • The dump station was expensive. We didn’t use it. It’s $10 for campers and $30 for non-campers.
  • For those that care, there’s virtually no privacy at the campsites. It’s a communal sort of campground. Just be aware. We didn’t mind but there was also only 5 campsites in use.


4.5-stars - The dump station is the culprit but if you have a small rig, do like a van I saw. Put a bucket under the grey tank valve, collect the grey water and dump it in the dish water drains that are throughout the campground. 👌

Month of VisitMay
  • Review photo of Boice-Cope Campground by Mea H., April 28, 2022
  • Review photo of Boice-Cope Campground by Mea H., April 28, 2022
  • Review photo of Boice-Cope Campground by Mea H., April 28, 2022


Boice-Cope Campground is located in Oregon

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Flora Lake is located south of Bandon and just south of Langlois and north of Port Orford and Denmark. Look for the signs for Floras Lake/Boice-Cope County Park and turn west onto Floras Lake Loop, west on Floras Lake Road, left on County Road 136 and then immediately right onto Boice-Cope Road to the parking lot.


42.90206 N
124.502343 W

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