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This is a great site with lots of amenities for families - playground, local hiking trails on campgrounds, beach access, and even an amphitheater for ranger programs when available.
This worked well for us and our little one because there are flush toilets and private showers with door locks. As a…
Love the campground. Amazing sunsets. Great beach accesses and great beach.
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Lovely trees block the sunlight, slightly larger site. Nice campground showers.
Easy location to get into, parking lot setup. No trees/ natural shade. Cell service with Verizon is surprisingly weak and the WiFi is worse.
We love coming to Devil’s Lake! We can walk to the beach, take our kayaks out for a cruise, and go skiing or toobing on the lake. The restrooms are clean and showers hot. It’s an easy drive over from Portland.
Nice, simple spot. Bathrooms clean, tent site comfortable, open to neighbors on one side. Located on east side of 101, walk under a bridge to access beach. State park, so amenities and fees standard. Would recommend
I fell in love with this campground this year.
Lincoln City is a great community, and in the middle of the best of everything on the oregon coast.
This campground is decently spaced out, so you feel like there is privacy. Within a minute, you are intown and at shops and other amenities.…
RV park and marina- essentially a big parking lot, no privacy. But they aren’t picky with car campers, I’m in a sedan and saw other car camping folks and wasn’t hassled. ~$30 to dry camp, only rule no tents. YMCA style bathrooms, free cold showers, hot showers are $1.50 for 5 mins, in quarters.…
Stayed here one night. Place was quiet! Of course, there was two really good sites that had been taken over by “long stayers” who were out and about late at night. Well water pump and bathrooms. Has grill and fire pit, but we’re currently under a burn ban. We stayed within 50 yards of the water…
If you're in an RV or similar and aren't looking for much privacy nor much of an outdoorsy feeling with much privacy, then you might love this campground. But if you're more into solitude and space and privacy, i would suggest you keep looking. While the tent sites offer a bit more space from one…
Driving through the small town to get here, we were a little concerned as to what we would find. But it’s actually a very nice spot along the river and below the large trees. Spots have water but no electricity, and it has full bathrooms and showers. We spent one night.￼
The staff is so nice but the people are rude
Nice place to stay right away the beach, although it is always busy and not quiet. Tons of wild bunnies running around. Pool closes at 6 which is a major bummer. Doryland pizza onsite is tasty and across the street from Pelican Brewing and the beach. In the heart of Pacific City, OR for you surfers…
Looks great but closed as of 8/9/21 due to fires.
Near Otter Rock and Devil’s Punchbowl and Otter Rock. Near a lot of cute seaside towns and shops
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