This campground has easy access to the beach as well as a great playground for kids. There are clean facilities and great areas to bike with littles around camp. The combination of the river, ocean, and trees makes for a wonderful getaway. The only drawback is it can get crowded.
I could explore here for days. Beautiful sights, lots of fun for the kids. Cool shop. Will stay here again.
4 1/2 stars for this sprawling, accessible campground, easy to find and close to so many things Shangra-La-ish about Newport and the Oregon Coast. There's a bit of a family vibe, a noisier community thing sometimes…. Keep in mind that there are over 250 campsites, sites for hikers, 3 count 'em 3 group sites, a yurt shire near the water, a playground and amphitheater…something for everyone within and without. The beach here is large, so you can join the crowd or get away from it all. Just south you've got incredible Newport with the aquarium, Yaquina Bay, the Sylvia Beach Hotel with each room themed after an author and always open for tours, the Cooper Ridge Nature Trail (pictured) and so much more. It's right off Hwy 101, but the ocean waves and large campground size make up for the highway noise. This will definitely stay in our open-all-year bank of goodies.
Very close to the beach, but also has some highway noise. Seems likemoere of an RV spot but there are tent spots as well as yurts available. Really cool bridge right next to the campground on the way to the beach!
Me and my family have stayed here twice now. Once as a group and once for my honeymoon. It has a beautiful beach that goes on forever. The ocean is cold but it's Oregon. The campground is large and semi privet. They have flush toilets and free showers. They have a great Jr ranger program and fun ranger led movies and programs on the weekend. There is a large visitor center with free coffee and games.
I have been to this State park many times in the past, stayed in a yurt as well as a few of the tent sites. This park Is very family oriented and also has a group area. The beach is right around the corner from the grounds under a sweet hwy 101 bridge. This does create some traffic noise during the day, but always calms at night, allowing the sounds of the waves to lull you to sleep. They have nice clean restroom facilities with showers and onsite potable water as well as wood sales. It is located just off hwy 101 past Newport, Or. It tends to be busy in the summer, so book early and expect kids running around having fun. They also have a visitor center with literature on local points of interest.
- proximity to beach
- Sunsets under the bridge
- Lots of campsites and yurt
- Proximity to hwy
- Busy in summer
this is a big campground and very well maintained. not very private but what it lacks there it makes up for in location. a quick walk to the beach from the grounds and you're going to love it. if you're unfamiliar with the OR coast let me enlighten you. it's not warm and cozy. it's windy and misty and wild. it's also breathtaking! the rugged shore, the driftwood, the wildlife (seals/eagles/otters! it's a great place to rockhound or go fishing. bring a jacket and an appetite for good ole fish and chips!
We stayed in an ADA site during the week in mid July. It was nice flat ground and easy access to the beach through the campground. The surroundings were aesthetically beautiful and a quant little store near the entrance. Also it is just a couple of miles outside of Newport. Some of the trees looked alien because of the winter floods and above ground root growth.
The only I would be prepared for considering on the other hand is that when full, it can get loud.
We had a blast.
Beverly Beach is a great place to go camping. The sand is super soft to sleep on and you can hear the sea lions barking in the distance. It is a nice little walk to the beach, but makes a great place to watch the sunset.
We stayed for about a week at the end of July and found it to be convenient and beautiful, not too crowded. Also has a lovely day use area.