Good yurt I got to share with my dog
Went tent camping here in summer just for the hike out on cape Lookout. Made in with two kids and dog in about two hours and did some whale watching for about 20-30 mins. The views are spectacular from the Cape. We would definitely hike/camp here again as it was great location for some peace and adventure.
excellent place to camp. newer restroom and sinks and plenty of beach access. make sure you dress for cold weather, even in August it gets cold at night.
I’m used to private spaces in the trees instead of seeing everything everyone around me is doing. I imagined waking up to the sound of waves, and not a baby crying. I imagined relaxing on a beach instead of hanging with 100 other people at sunset. But, the facilities were clean and despite having no privacy it was a welcome getaway. We wouldn’t do it again…
We stayed in zone A, which made for a fast and easy walk to the beach. The beach itself was beautiful- soft sand, long stretches in either direction. Not incredibly crowded or busy, which was great considering it was midsummer.
Super friendly beach camping sites on the Oregon Coast- cabins are safe and stormproof for great storm watching in winter/spring months. Steps from tidal pools means great beach combing in dry weather!
Beautiful beach and multiple campground options from cabins, to group camping, to large tent sites, to yurts! The beach is only a walk away. There is also an off leash dog area and picnic areas for large parties and weddings. Clean campground and beach. The showers are clean and hot - great friendly staff. We return every year!
CAPE LOOKOUT HIKE - see photos! Plan to be out in the train for 3-4hrs. The hike is not long, but there are plenty of FUN obstacles along the way like roots, bridges, and many views. You can often spot whales in March-May.
We stayed in a cabin here. The cabin was great, perfect size for relaxing for a few days. The kitchen/fridge/front porch grill were great. Full bathroom. We used an air mattress on the bed over the pad that was provided.
The trees/forest were beautiful, and so was the ocean, which is a short walk away. You can sit on the front porch and watch the sunset through the trees while listening to crashing waves. That's hard to beat! We also hiked to Cape Lookout (a little over 9 miles out and back from the cabin). Great vacation!
if your looking for beach camping, Cape Lookout is a great option. The campsites sites are good (although some are pretty exposed) with lots of room between you and your neighbors. The best part of the campground is that all sites are about 50 yards from the picturesque Oregon beach.
A bit out of the way of the 101, north of Pacific City, I really enjoyed this campsite. The campsite itself is pretty standard, we got a unique spot with a few trees and bushes for a hammock. Walking distance to the ocean and a lot of cool spots. Wasn’t too full when we were there, probably one of the less populated sites