The keys in general is an expensive place to visit especially in the Winter so it’s great that there’s an option to stay in a less expensive place. If Boyd’s campground is full this is a good back up. It’s not super big so spots fill up quick in season. They have 5 non waterfront spots $115/night in season and $90/night off season. The waterfront spots are $125 and $100/night. They do have monthly rates that give a great discount. They also have a boat dock available for $10/day.
Beautiful gem of a campground within the trees and you can drive to Mt St Helen’s from here. In the summer you can canoe and fish.
Silver Lake is one of the best Large-mouth Bass fishing lakes in Washington State. We also have a lot of Crappie, Trout, Perch, Bluegill, Catfish, Warmouth, Pumpkin Seed, and two kinds of Carp.
You can launch your own boat or rent one. This is a great place to stay for visiting Mt St Helens and playing in the lake during the summer.
Prices range from $25-$40 and they also have some cabins for rent. You can rent a pontoon for $115/day. The showers and bathrooms are clean with nice hot water!
This state park on the edge of Washington is absolutely beautiful and wild. It’s best to visit in the summer of course as the weather can be very unpredictable the rest of the year. The spaces are large and spread out (so are the bathrooms). Very green and lush!
This is a very nice campground with lots of greenery. There are mostly RV spots with 8 tent sites available. Prices are ok for tent camping $28/ site. It’s a family friendly campground with close proximity to the beach and a descent bathroom and shower.
This is a beautiful campground with lots of trees and spacious sites. Great view of the river with clean and well kept sites. There is a cool walking trail with various exercise equipment along the path. Dog 🐕 friendly and clean/hot showers.
I love this campground for its location on the gorge. In the right time of season you’ll find beautiful blackberry bushes in front of your campsite that you can snack on. Beautiful views and wonderful shade in the summer. Great location to head to the local area Town’s and hang out for the afternoon.￼. I love going into town and watching the kite surfers as well as hang out at the local breweries for a bite to eat and a beer.
This is a beautiful campground that is great for renting and grabbing a great spot near Ashland as your driving through. Who doesn’t want to stop at a hot spring? Jump in and cool off or just spend the night as you’re passing through. Very interesting place to stay and clothing is optional at the springs. The area we pitched our tent was open with outlets nearby if you needed them. This was a perfect spot to stop on our way north.
I love the location of this Koa. If you’re use to staying at KOA’s this is a lot like the rest of them. You have WiFi, activities, clean restrooms and a camp store which is good to have the consistency.
I love Ft Stevens! This is such a beautiful campground and piece of Oregon coast. It’s a very large, spread out campground ⛺️. The showers and bathrooms are clean and plenty throughout. Lots of coastal land to explore and enjoy.
Cute little place to park your rig. $30 no hookups and $40 full hookups. Not the best option for the area but if you’re wanting to hang near the beach this will definitely work for a night or 2! We are often in the area and the other campgrounds are full so we will stay here and it is great.
This is one of my favorite campgrounds ⛺️ in the Long Beach area. Very green and well kept. Each space has a picnic table with lots of green grass and shade! I enjoyed the park hosts and the surrounding beauty of the area. Nice bathrooms and warm showers with a very peaceful atmosphere and of course the greatest thing is how close you are to the beach. If you’re going to camp in the area definitely consider this adorable campground.
This Resort is a trailer park with some tent 🏕 sites available. It’s a beautiful area with nice views but the park itself is dirty w long term residents. Definitely check the photos out! This could such a great place.
This is a cute little place along the highway in Longbeach. When the sun is out it’s an amazing place to be. The spots near the road are for tents and pretty loud. They look like they’d be nice but you’re so close to the road that a wayward car could take your tent out. If you have an RV you can be further back and it’s not as loud. Great location for being near the beach in Longbeach.
This RV Park is located right off the highway in Longbeach, WA. This is more of a long term local place than a place you want to go on vacation.
Very large RV/tent park with guard gate.
Open year-round, this RV Park is located in the town of Seaside on the Oregon Coast. Situated amid scenic views and historic sites, Seaside RV Resort offers guests opportunities for hiking, biking, whale watching, salt-water fishing and swimming. Located between Astoria and Cannon Beach with lots of attractions nearby like the Air Museum, the Seaside Aquarium and Lewis and Clark historical sites nearby.
This is a great campground to stay at if you’re visiting Cannon Beach and nicely centrally located along the coast to visit the surrounding areas. You can walk into town (2.5 blocks) and the spaces are very green with picnic tables at each. Good size spots, not super spacious but good size flat spaces. There are RV(12’-40’)/Tent sites as well as various size cabins. They also have a general store and coffee bar. During the summer they have various horse 🐴 rides along the beach including night rides.
Full Hook-Up $62.00/night Water and Electric $57.00/night Tent Site $45.00/night Small Park Cabins $105.00/night (sleeps 2) Large Park Cabins $120.00/night (sleeps 3)
I loved this spot right on the edge overlooking the lake! There were lots of trees for hanging our hammock and our spot was large enough for our 2 tents and several dogs 🐕.
We camped here on a trip up the coast and found this spot at the end of the day. There are 5 spots where you can walk your stuff and camp right on the beach. Each spot was secluded and had a picnic table and a good size area for your tent. It’s a newer retro campground with spots for RV’s, tents, cabins and yurts. There are a lot of option and facilities with showers, bathrooms and laundry.
This campground is next to the Bowery Campground at 🐠 Lake. Both are run by the national Forrest and reservations can be made on recreation.gov. Because these campgrounds are in high elevation it can be quite chilly even in May. Mackinaw has more trees which is beautiful but they tend to block the view a bit more. The lake has great fishing and of course boating and is definitely a great place for a family vacation.
Ultimately, if you’re coming during busy times you’re glad to get either but, if I can stay in Bowery I prefer it. Each spot has a picnic table and fire pit. Despite being on a hill most of the sites are pretty level. The bathrooms are equally spaced and throughout the campground.
Drinking water available Restroom: Flush Toilets, Shower facilities
I found this spot on a long drive through Utah and we wanted to get settled before dark. It’s kind of hidden and you drive back through the trees and there are random spots in the trees with a table. There is a fee station at the front where you pay. No water so you’ll definitely want to bring some with! I’m not super paranoid but my friend that I was with was nervous about the safety of the area. I don’t think I’d stay here again.