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Budget friendly

Cute little place to park your rig. $30 no hookups and $40 full hookups.

Very green and nicely kept up

This is one of my favorite campgrounds ⛺️ in the Long Beach area. Very green and well kept. Each space has a picnic table.

Trailer Park on the river

This Resort is a trailer park with some tent 🏕 sites available. It’s a beautiful area with nice views but the park itself is dirty w long term residents.

Near the beach 🏖

This is a cute little place along the highway in Longbeach. When the sun is out it’s an amazing place to be. The spots near the road are for tents and pretty loud. If you have an RV you can be further back and it’s not as loud. Great location for being near the beach in Longbeach.

Great location

This RV Park is located right off the highway in Longbeach, WA.

Safe and lots to do!

Very large RV/tent park with guard gate.
Open year-round, this RV Park is located in the town of Seaside on the Oregon Coast. Situated amid scenic views and historic sites, Seaside RV Resort offers guests opportunities for hiking, biking, whale watching, salt-water fishing and swimming. Located between Astoria and Cannon Beach with lots of attractions nearby like the Air Museum, the Seaside Aquarium and Lewis and Clark historical sites nearby.

Great spot to stay in Cannon Beach

This is a great campground to stay at if you’re visiting Cannon Beach and nicely centrally located along the coast to visit the surrounding areas. You can walk into town (2.5 blocks) and the spaces are very green with picnic tables at each. Good size spots, not super spacious but good size flat spaces. There are RV(12’-40’)/Tent sites as well as various size cabins. They also have a general store and coffee bar. During the summer they have various horse 🐴 rides along the beach including night rides.

Full Hook-Up $62.00/night Water and Electric $57.00/night Tent Site $45.00/night Small Park Cabins $105.00/night (sleeps 2) Large Park Cabins $120.00/night (sleeps 3)

Not a Bad Place

All the amenities, with a small playground for kids. Not a bad drive into Tillamook. A little further to some nice beaches and state park areas. Friendly staff. Decent amount of road noise.

Great dispersed camping

The paid camping is small and close to the road. But if you drive a little ways passed the paid camp site there is a surplus of free dispersed camping spots that are much more private and beautiful!

A Night on the Creek

We spent only one night here (approx. 45°41'49.5"N 125°44'18.1"W) in a lovely clearing featuring a metal fire ring. Sites are designated, but free for use up to 14 days. Lots of fishing accessible along Cook Creek. Road is dirt/gravel and currently ends about 3.5 miles in due to "flooding damage" which takes the form of several very large boulders blocking the way. Our intention was to go for another 1.5 miles or so, but we were very happy with the site we found. We will definitely return!