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My friend & I rode north from Eureka to explore Bear Camp Rd. After a beautiful ride up the coast, we turned inland to find heat & Agness. We first looked for Illahe (closed) then found this. Great spot, excellent shade, and nice restroom. Lots of cars in the adjacent parking lot (people…
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Gorgeous. Well maintained campground. Close to beach. Popular site for families. Yurts get snatched up months in advance! They all have a magnificent view of the lake.
Flat paved sites. Can get crowded during peak season as sites are fairly close to each other. Convenience store and Walmart nearby.
Most sites are paved and flat. Has a fire pit and picnic table. Full hookups. I can see this place being very busy in peak season.
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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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This is one of the cleanest campgrounds we’ve been in. The grounds are manicured and cleaned constantly by the hosts. Hosts were pleasant.
This campground offers full hook up or dry camping and they also have yurts and a couple cabins. The road and sites are paved with large grassy and dirt…
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We showed up on a Friday late morning and were able to snag the last available spot. This place gets busy on weekends, while maintaining a mellow and quiet vibe. We enjoyed our stay here, even though we had to move on the next day because there were no available sites for Saturday. If you don't…
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Great campground close to Oregon Dunes with trails and close to Eel Lake. All of the camp hosts were so hospitable! Firewood bundles only $5 (cheapest I’ve seen in a long time) Clean restrooms and showers. The spots are small but the trees and vegetation give you lots of privacy.
We loved it here. I didn’t know the light house or the dunes were even there!!! Loooove this entire area!!!
This campsite is not at all ocean side. If you want cramped rv camping with zero tree coverage this is what you’ll get. Tent sites look nice but this is very much city camping.
Made reservations two weeks out, mid week. Electrical and water at our site. Pad is level. While park is tree lined very easy to navigate with chase rig. Easy walk to the beach from the campground.
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The foliage surrounding your camp is only waist high, and the sites are small, so you are in close proximity to your neighbors. That said, the facilities are immaculate, the trails are AMAZING, and the campgrounds are under a pleasant canopy. Bring warmth, if you are touring campsites in the area…
State park has good location. Has beach access within the park. , camped with our small RV and even though other campers were close our site was very private. Quiet at night, Bandon is a nice town with a cute little downtown with a local cheese factory and a place that makes hard cider.
Another Oregon state park wins again. Campsites feel tucked away in the forest. It was beautiful even when it was raining. Hardly anyone here in early March. Also close enough to the Lighthouse you could visit 2 parks in one day.
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