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121 Reviews of 17 Camas Valley, Oregon Campgrounds
This place was packed. The site had a table and fire pit. Enough flat spot to put my little tent. Most everyone here had RVs and there are Yurts interspersed throughout the campground. Restrooms were large and clean.
This state park is just north of the quaint town of Bandon. There are a wide variety of campsites, to include yurts. It is very difficult to get reservations for this popular campground (CG). We tried as soon as the reservation window opened and it was already booked. So, we didn’t actually camp…
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Almost all of the sites have privacy. You are not stacked in there like you are at mini state parks and RV campgrounds. There are nice trails going right from the campground out to the lighthouse along the shore and down to the beach. Great clean bathrooms, with nice hot showers.
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Decent park that is pretty quiet and has a laid-back staff. WiFi is terrible, which seems to be par for the course for RV parks. Only complaint is that the sites are really squeezed in and the lanes are very narrow.
I've camped at several state parks in Oregon and Cape Blanco is my favorite! It is situated above a beautiful beach with an access road straight from the campground. The sites are spacious and trees provide a good amount of privacy between the sites. There is a wooded trail that leads to the…
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Lovely cool respite in summer. Thick, dark, beautiful forest. Almost always windy but the vegetation blocks a lot of it at the sites. Reservation only now, bummer.
Also there’s no sanitary dump or sewer hookups, FYI.
It’s a dispersed camping area that has some very nice spots. The river runs right by the sites and one has a nice rope swing.
We got in late and were able to drop off $10 into a pay box, the camp host found us and chatted for a bit. He was friendly. There’s plenty of room for a saturday night on July 4th weekend.
No ATVs here (although is close to the Oregon Dunes). For us an advantage: It's quiet. The sites offer good privacy
If you like riding dirt bikes or quads this is the place that's local and has a nice swimming hole also
All kinds of activity can be had here floating river, swimming, fishing, rock hunting, disc gulf, picnicking, hikes an bikes!
Stayed on a lot right off the river with a steep little foot path to the rivers edge. Very beautiful and serene to see and listen to but the trade off is NO cell service what so ever.
The campground is right off a highly traveled hwy without and natural barrier to prevent road noise. The sites are pretty close to one another. Still a good place for the night.
During a beautiful sunny April weekend along the Oregon Coast, campsites are difficult to find. We had to break our no reservations rule to snag the last campsite within the state park system along the Oregon Coast.
It was nice, though, to have a nice site reserved for us but we just don’t like…
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Camped here in August 2020. Right at the edge of the dunes. They really pack the campers in tight here so if you like extra space this isn’t for you. Also there are people riding just behind the camp late into the night so may be hard to sleep for light sleepers.
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