Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Beverly Beach State Park
January 1st - December 31st
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
No WiFi
Beverly Beach State Park is located in Oregon
44.729 N
-124.058 W
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58 Reviews of Beverly Beach State Park
Great sunsets

Much smaller than South Beach State Park a few miles south, but in my opinion a more relaxed campground.

Campground is less open and more wooded than some of the other coast parks. Beach is very close via a short trail under the highway bridge and can be seen from A loop. The proximity to the water makes the sunsets better here than at some of the other campgrounds.

This campground isn’t within walking distance of any other attractions, but a nice nature trail around the camp and the beach is really all that’s needed here. The visitor center provides a nice history of the beach and how it got its name.

And speaking of the beach… FOSSILS! Literally everywhere on this beach. Nearly every rock and cliff face is littered with marine fossils of varying types and sizes and you can often find individual fossilized shells that can be collected.

Beverly Beach is also popular for agate hunting along the gravel bars, particularly after big storms that uncover new stones.

Home Away From Home

I have been going to Beverly Beach State park every summer for almost ten years. This place truly feels like home away from home. I love the atmosphere. I enjoy having the best of both worlds while camping. You can enjoy the ocean and sandy beaches while also camping where there are trees on both sides of the campsite to provide privacy. Not all campgrounds have this unique feature.

Magical forest plus beach

This is our second visit to Beverly beach. It is located right off hwy 101, but tucked into the trees for privacy. It seemed quite a bit run down since our last visit for years ago. We stayed in the very back which was nice and quiet. The front campground is right by the beach, but under a bridge which has a lot of road noise. We enjoyed the hiking trail around the perimeter of the park and the kings surf didn’t disappoint. Only one shower house was open in febraury, but it has individual free showers. There was many hosts and they even delivered our firewood to our site

Nice big park

Walk to a great beach. Walk in the forest. Reasonable rates. Firewood just great.

Great campground, ok hiker-biker area

I’ve camped here (yurt) once a decade ago and loved it. Then I stayed here in Sept 2019 at the Hiker-Biker area while bicycling down the Oregon coast. The biker camp area is fairly nice with lots of room to choose a good site. However it’s pretty isolated away from much of the rest of the campground and the only toilet facilities were 2 port-a-potties, they weren’t terribly gross but definitely not the cleanest I’ve seen. If you want a shower it’s somewhere in the area of the other campground loops. There are 3 small hard plastic lockers for bike campers to lock up their food and other items - however they are fairly old and it’s difficult to get the door to fully close on 2 of them. Each locker does have an electrical outlet so you can charge your phone or other electronic items. The walk out on the beach is beautiful and when I was there (middle of September) there were a few whales just offshore- incredible to just watch as the sun was setting! Overall, recommend this campground but wish that a few improvements could be made to the biker site.

Close to beach

Large campground with lots of people but still feels like you’re camping. Great beach access.

Great all year.

Have camped and"yurted" in this park ever since i came to Oregon at least twice a year.. Its a great campground if you have younger kids as there are hot showers and nice bathrooms for the little urchins.

As you can imagine its very busy and crowded in the Summer..almost like a small refugee camp sometimes. But when you have kids thats a good thing. During the off season most of the tent loops are closed down and its much more peaceful. You can enjoy the natural splendors of the park.

 The park is basically built along the banks of a lush creek and many of the areas between loops are marshy and quite natural. The nature walk along the crek is cool also but watch out for speeding mountain bikers. I was there this month( Feb) and it was great. Will always come back. Great park great memories. Also i guess its not camping but have found AT&T has good coverage( 4 G 3 bars) while Verizon has nothing at all.

Easy, popular campground

A loop - you can hear highway 101. Lots of RV spots. Best tent sites are on the outer (north) sides of the loops. Especially C,D and E loops. Ranger station and junior ranger program. Great family campground.

Lovely, busy ocean campground

When you are ready to enjoy families having fun, the place to be. Great beaches, close to small tourist town. Perfect snapshot of the OR coast. I live 15 miles away and still take my grands there to camp even though I live 2 blocks from the beach. Yes, not tons of privacy but nice campsites, well maintained.

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.