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Camping on the Oregon Coast

 

The Oregon Coast is a magnet for recreation and draws many campers to it's greenspaces. In addition to the campgrounds where cars and R.V's are allowed, there are also Day-Use-Only Areas and Horse Camps. If you want to leave your car behind, Foot-Access-Only Campsites and Primitave Campsites make for a unique experience. Keep Oregon Clean & Green. Put out your campfires before heading out.

North Coast Map of Campgrounds
Central Coast map of Campgrounds
South Coast map of Campgrounds
FORT STEVENS STATE PARK Off US 101, 10 miles W of Astoria
OSWALD WEST STATE PARK US 101, 10 miles S of Cannon Beach
NEHALEM BAY STATE PARK Off US 101, 3 miles S of Manzanita Junction
CAPE LOOKOUT STATE PARK Off US 101, 12 miles SW of Tillamook
DEVILS LAKE STATE RECREATION AREA US 101, Lincoln City
BEVERLY BEACH STATE PARK US 101, 7 miles N of Newport
SOUTH BEACH STATE PARK US 101, 2 miles S of Newport
BEACHSIDE STATE RECREATION SITE US 101, 4 miles S of Waldport
BULLARDS BEACH STATE PARK US 101, 2 miles N of Bandon
CAPE BLANCO STATE PARK Off US 101, 9 miles N of Port Orford
JESSIE M. HONEYMAN MEMORIAL STATE PARK US 101, 3 miles S of Florence
SUNSET BAY STATE PARK Off US 101, 12 miles SW of Coos Bay
UMPQUA LIGHTHOUSE STATE PARK Off US 101, 6 miles S of Reedsport
WILLIAM M. TUGMAN STATE PARK US 101, 8 miles S of Reedsport
HARRIS BEACH STATE PARK US 101, north side of Brookings
ALFRED A. LOEB STATE PARK Off US 101, 10 miles NE of Brookings
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