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There are several campgrounds in the North Umpqua area that make excellent base camps from which to explore. Island campground is centrally located smack in the middle of Highway 138 which hosts a plethora of uproarious waterfalls. The campground is directly on the North Umpqua River and has pit toilets serviced year round. There is a $10 fee per night and bringing backup toilet paper of your own is highly recommended in the off season. Highway noise can be heard from the campground but the close proximity makes it easy to drive off and explore the area.
We loved the Glamping tents, new and beautifully appointed, the facilities were well kept and sparkling clean. The bathrooms were clean and newly updated. We will be back.
We spent four nights in October at Bay Point Landing. We highly recommend this spot. Everything is clean, well kept, and beautifully designed. The kids loved the salt water pool. The adults loved the beautiful view, the coffee in the clubhouse, and the workout room. We brought our own RV, but we peeked in the little cabins and airstreams and were very impressed.
Coos Bay is a small area where everything is fairly close driving distance. We drove by many of the other RV camping options in the area, and this one was by far the best. Off season rates were very reasonable for all the amenities.