Thousand Trails Pacific City This was a very nice Thousand Trails. We stay three nights from September 27th through September 30th, 2019, in campsite D15, the stay was free due to our Thousand Trails membership. Our site had electricity and water hook up. The site was level and backed up to McPhillips Drive, we could hear vehicles passing during the day, however, the night was not an issue. The site was quiet and very private. The tall trees and bushes separated us from our camping neighbors.
The campground is at an elevation of 75 ft. and our 28 ft travel trailer easily fits with room to spare in our site. Once we entering the campground, the campground roads are all asphalt as we selected our campsite. The weather was high overcast in the low 60's, the nights low 40s. It did rain hard on Friday and Saturday night, also rained Sunday afternoon. This is a very quiet campground, activities we found at the campground to keep busy were Billiards, a very nice indoor pool, and a warm outdoor spa. The campground has clean free showers, plenty of hot water and not more than a 5 minute walk from our campsite.
Since we arrived on a Friday school day, the campground as not full, there was no waiting for showers. My wife and I enjoyed the campground, we hiked at Cape Lookout and Cape Kiwanda. Had a great time, we will be back to stay at this Thousand Trails.
Nice place. Clean although buildings older. Love the trail to beach. Has pool hot tub and clubhouse. Rv sites are mostly private and decent sizes. Some are full hookups. No cell service, so be prepared.
Thisis one of my favorites. The campsite does tents, rv, and travel trailers. Full hookups, bathrooms.
Bunny rabbits run around there's a pool game area. Beach is maybe a mile away plenty of restaurants and things to do
We didn’t anticipate something quite this amazing! There was no cell service but that didn’t matter. The views of the ocean from most of the upper loops near the lodge/pool were breathtaking. The beach access trail was perfectly located near our camp spot and another trail up near the lodge have amazing views of Cape Kiwanda. Kids really enjoyed camping here. Kept clean, and stocked with games and things to do in clubhouse.
Pacific city offers so much especially if you are into 4wheeling and dune climbing. perfect for the entire family and plenty places to explore whether it's hiking or beachcombing as well. fire pits, toilets and decent showers available here. also sell firewood. the Wi-Fi is spotty so if you need it, you're going to need to go into town. no sewer hookups for RVs.
this was a wonderful place! hookups for the trailer, fire pit and table. poolhouse and laundry facilities bathrooms and beach! we walked to the beach for a fantastic sunset! didn’t have the kids in this trip but they would have loved the play areas and bunnies!
We have stayed at Pacific City a few times now and I love the campground! They have a large jacuzzi and an indoor pool! They are doing some maintenance this year but thankfully it hasn’t been a bother for us. I would say though that the internet/cell service this year has been an issue. We work from home and normally would not have any issues with having internet. This year though, we have absolutely no cell service at the campground and the Free Wifi has been non-existent. But we found a nice little library in town that has free WiFi for when we need to get some work done!
This is a nice quiet campground that is spread out. Bunnies are great to watch. Close to drive on beach which is nice when you have kids.
They squeezed us in and hooked us up with a great price. Hot showers. Close to Pelican Brew.
Lots of options here. Tent sites and small cabins that are somewhat private. There are good bathrooms with showers on site, a sand volleyball court, a store, little wild bunnies running around, and great fire pits at each site. What more could you ask for!? The ocean is a 5 minute walk from the site and you can rent sandboards to ride down the dunes of Cape Kiwanda (it's a serious workout!). Not to be missed.