Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Beverly Beach State Park
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Beverly Beach State Park is located in Oregon
44.729 N
-124.058 W
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49 Reviews of Beverly Beach State Park
Family friendly camping

I went here with my family for the eclipse and it’s was great. Large campground with a good bike paths. The rangers have a different themed presentation each day/night. There is a playground and access to the beach. Will be back.

Best and personal favorite G-lampground in Oregon

Never turn your back on the ocean!

Beautiful! Easy access to the beach close to both Newport and Depoe bay.

It'sIt's the Oregon coast be prepared for any kind of weather…

Always love this place! Clean nd good memories

Family always camped here nd we always had a great time.

Can’t wait to go back!

Great locations! Sleep surrounded by trees and berry bushes! Listen to the waves crashing on the shore while you cook over your fire. Love depoe bay, love this chill quiet campground.

Short stay at Beverly Beach

Nice campground in a rainforest. Nice short walk to the beach. Showers and restrooms were clean and close to campsite. Only bad thing was no cell phone service in campground and no wireless available.

Just north of Newport! Great spot!

Great location, walking distance to hiking, biking, and surfing!

We liked it here.

We stayed here and really enjoyed the proximity to the beach and the views but checked out early due to tent camping and high winds. The spots are larger than other beach side campgrounds we’ve visited. I would come again but probably RV instead of tent camp.

Beach Access

The site we had was really beautiful and not far away from showers. The beach access was really close. I wish I had known about the noisy highway that bridges over the walkway to the beach access. It was very noisy during the day. The sites are close enough to hold a conversation with the neighbor but far enough that you can still feel some privacy. The location is close enough to have a short trip to drive to other areas with seals, and reef animals. There is an amazing restaurant, Sea Hag, just up the road, and you can stop at Devil's Punchbowl State Park at low tide to see thousands of sea stars. I've never before seen baby ones. This campsite has an amazing location to site see for a longer stay without moving camp. If you can overcome the noisy highway, its worth it.

Large state campground in the woods, short walk to the beach. A bit of priv

Good beach access, quiet wooded site, decent bath houses scattered throughout the large campground.