Judy T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 25, 2021

A wooded Oregon Coast state park by the Pacific Ocean

During a beautiful sunny April weekend along the Oregon Coast, campsites are difficult to find. We had to break our no reservations rule to snag the last campsite within the state park system along the Oregon Coast.

It was nice, though, to have a nice site reserved for us but we just don’t like having to pay $8 to reserve a site. Online reservation system does make it easy, though.

This is a beautiful campground with lighted wooded paths to the restrooms with free showers. Our site number A45 was very private next to the accommodating camp host. There is beach access via a narrow road but it is a spectacular one. We even saw a Jeep drive down to make its way along the beach which in Oregon is a highway. They were free range sheep near the beach so be careful when you drive down. It isn’t too far to walk from the campground and is very scenic.

This is a lovely campground and we would stay again. We talked to a couple from Bandon just north who said they camp here once a month.

  • site A45 Cape Blanco State Park
  • beach by Cape Blanco State Park
  • overlook by road to beach-Cape Blanco State Park
  • our backyard at Cape Blanco State Park
  • single lane road to beach-Cape Blanco State Park

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