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Most Recent Rough River Lake Camping Reviews
Inaccurate photos

The photos listed here are NOT ACCURATE this is not big pine campground in southern Oregon

Good location

Good location above the rogue river. Good views. Has alot of full and electrical hookups. However pretty busy road very close and has alot of vehicle noise.

Know where you are camping!

Great place but the $10 is SAND Camping in the dunes. The actual campground is $25 a night.

Quiet and well maintained

Very clean facilities and well maintained. Walking distance to the beach. No WiFi. 2 bars Verizon LTE with signal booster and weak AT&T service.

Great Place

A great place, very close to the ocean and very beautiful. Tent sites are $19 and pretty close together and small. We only stayed for one night and we got there when it was dark. Very busy for the end of November. Super rainy but that’s not the camps fault. Showers were hot and the bathrooms were nicely kept 😎

Awesome campground, wrong location on the map

Managed to find this great campground despite the location being incorrect on the map. We first headed down Airport Road which was a dead end… the actual turnoff to the state park is a couple of miles south of that, which the map doesn’t show.

The campground is about 50 spots - road and sites are paved with power and water. We paid $24 for a site tho we didn’t need either power or water. Well treed, and short walk to beautiful views. Highly recommend it!

Nice campground.

Clean well run KOA campground. I had a very nice stay here.

Small sites with plant buffers

We decided to stay here because you can hike from the campground through the dunes and to the beach. It was a beautiful .75 mile hike to a gorgeous beach. The campground itself was quiet and populated with wild turkeys. We were there off season, so we had no problem finding a site day of. The grounds themselves were clean, but the bathrooms weren’t.

Small sites with plant buffers

We decided to stay here because you can hike from the campground through the dunes and to the beach. It was a beautiful .75 mile hike to a gorgeous beach. The campground itself was quiet and populated with wild turkeys. We were there off season, so we had no problem finding a site day of. The grounds themselves were clean, but the bathrooms weren’t.

Luxury Glamping

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.