Beach camping near Coos Bay

Find your adventure at this rugged paradise on the Oregon Coast.

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Sunset Bay Meadows

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents101 acres · Coos Bay, OR
Welcome to Sunset Bay Meadows! We have several tent/RV sites, a yurt, and one group camping site. Once a dairy farm and part of the old Simpson estate our property offers mushroom picking seasonally whey you may find Chanterelle & Hedgehog mushrooms. We're close to the beach and the Sunset Bay Golf Course is on the same property. Lots of hiking trails and you can connect with Sunset Bay State Park our neighbor. We have a private, secluded campground that is wind sheltered with approximately 20 acres of space in which to use our covered table, picnic tables, fire pit, fire rings at individual campsites, BBQ, sauna and outdoor propane-fired shower. The camp area is tucked away among large spruce trees and open meadows which lead to endless trails on the property, with the option to buy a round of golf at Sunset Bay Golf Course, which is right next door to the camp area. We’re just short of a mile from Sunset Bay, where you will find kayaking, fishing and a great spot for kids. The Whiskey Run mountain bike trails are a short drive away and are truly world-class trails. The Sunset Bay State Park has a huge trail network that spans the cliff line all the way from Sunset Bay to Cape Arago. Chuck’s Seafood in Charleston is a great spot to pick up local seafood. BBQ some oysters on the grill or pick up some fresh fish and enjoy the bounty of the coast. Charleston, just 3.5 miles away, also has some great restaurants and local shops to truly make your stay memorable. Only friendly dogs allowed and leashed or under voice command.
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Far Away yet Tranquil and Close

15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Bandon, OR
Dew Valley Ranch Nature Retreat is a Private Membership Association. We promote a quiet relaxing get back to nature vibe to nurture your mind, body and soul. We specialize in private camping and unique glamping experiences. All our sites are on an acre or more of wooded land each. Each site also has a private potty. Giving you privacy unlike other campgrounds. Face Rock State Beach is a short 10 minute drive away. NO OUTSIDE PET/SERVICES ANIMALS. CHILDREN 12 OR OLDER ONLY.... We have farm animals to meet and trails to walk through the woods. There are games to play, a camp community garden, hot showers, and even a heated dish washing station. We are 10 minutes from the beautiful Bandon by the sea which offers: fun shopping, crabbing dock, world class golfing, Whiskey Run mountain biking trails, West Coast Game park, horseback riding on the beach, Circles in the Sand, restaurants and of course stunning beaches. Come and enjoy a peaceful and relaxing stay. We look forward to hosting you!
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Charelston - Space Bell

24 sites · Lodging40 acres · Coos Bay, OR
The intention behind naming this land The Cloud, is in honor of the atmospheric connection to land that is provided here. The Cloud, is currently in the process of becoming a retreat and eco village for guest to come experience. While still curating the space, the land is being brought together with a passion for saving trees and their priceless ecological function. The large Spruce trees that cover the land, stand with strong branches covered with magnificent green needles. These needles collect water vapor from the air, offering water droplets onto the ground. This process has provided a vibrant natural habitat. The Cloud is an intentional space, where those on the land are invited to become mindful, and connect not only with the land, but with themselves.
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Riverview Properties

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Myrtle Point, OR
2 miles down a gravel road from Hwy 42 you will find yourself able to drive a 40' skoolie or rv down to this location. We now have a composting toilet and Shower! Easy access to back in or pull in and be 20' from the river. This site does have 110 outlets and water access from river with pump, small fire pit and camp chairs, I am working on a picnic table, coming soon. The river has some big fish and a little bit of a sandy beach area depending on the tide. Shade trees or sun you have both and summers are very nice out here. No bears or cougars in the area, usually a racoon or possum or fox. Over all very quiet and peaceful. Gets warm down by the river out of the wind so come prepared. Currently have a small cabin in the works but is not finished, this is on site and can be used if needed.
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Oar Creek Adventure Camp

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Reedsport, OR
This wooded getaway offers privacy and a bit of room to stretch out with family, friends and pets. Located just off of HWY 38, only minutes to Reedsport and the 'Gateway to the Oregon Dunes'. This almost 7 acre parcel encompasses a beautiful valley of coastal wetlands where you will enjoy approximately 1 acre of leveled camping space with two 30 amp hookups and potable water on site. In addition, we provide 4 comfortable Adirondack chairs, a picnic table and a fire pit. You are also just minutes to the very convenient Town of Reedsport dumping station at the corner of HWYs 38 and 101. You will find anything you might need in town, from groceries to fishing and crabbing equipment. Truly one of the most beautiful areas of the Oregon coast, activities in the region abound. Crabbing and fishing are centralized in Winchester Bay, about 10 minutes away. You are also located very near the mouth of the mighty Umpqua River, one of the best salmon fisheries in the state. Easy access to the coastal dunes is available up and down HWY 101 both North and South. Winchester Bay offers the closest entrance to the dunes where you can ride atvs and 4x4s and permits can be purchased in town. Stunning options for hiking, biking and mushroom hunting surround you here on the central Oregon Coast. With rainforest on one side of HWY 101 and coastal dunes on the other, there are many opportunities to explore different types of forested areas and trails. Wildlife enthusiasts are just minutes away from the Dean Creek Elk Viewing wildlife recreational area on HWY 38. This large herd can be seen daily grazing in the meadows.
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Charleston Forest Ocean Estuary Retreat

4 sites · Tents45 acres · Barview, OR
Charleston is a quaint and vibrant beach community. Just five minutes away is the research center and interactive marine center for the Oregon Institute for Marine Biology. Children and adults delight at the opportunity to touch live marine specimens in touch tanks. Visitors can enjoy delicious fresh seafood along with prepared chowder and smoked goods at the local vendors just minutes away down by the dock. Surfing, Sailing, boating, kayaking, fishing, crabbing and many more sea activites are just minutes away at the popular Sunset Beach and surrounding areas. Our special "cloud" project is a community purchased community campground and art and nature space dedicated to saving trees from clear cutting. You can read more about us, and possible investment opportunities on our website.
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Tide's Reach of the Umpqua

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Elkton, OR
All it's own type thing, in it's own type place, a RIVERSIDE LUXURY GLAMP! Nooked in Oregon Coastal Mountains at edge of inland tidal waters, in the shadow of a once thriving rural river township with historical buildings. Views and adventure in almost every direction! Tucked just out of sight to the beaten path en route to/from the Pacific Ocean and Oregon Dunes a short 16 miles away at Reedsport. Year-round floating dock and river access all to yourself, a different experience with each tide change, and kayaks provided. Otter, eagle, seal, fish: A legit personal theme park!
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Majestic Ocean Views

1 site · Tent23 acres · Langlois, OR
Learn more about this land:Majestic Views, is located on Langlois Mountain from US 101 . With 180 degree views of the Pacific Ocean. Take a venture walk around the 23 acre property and enjoy the peace and quiet of nature. (Please be safe while walking around land, we will not be responsable for any bodily injury) This camping spot is the perfect escape from your daily living. Near by activities: Floras Lake National Park roughly 4.8 miles and ocean less than 1 mile
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Captain Cook walk to Heceta Beach

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Florence, OR
The Captain Cook is just 2 blocks from the beach. You can see the ocean from the street in front of the house, which is nestled among wild rhododendrons and windswept coastal pines. A large (1/4+ acre) lot envelops you in nature and opportunity to enjoy your coastal experience. A central entry and parking spot is gated from the street and has a second, large separately gated driveway with space for vehicles such as a toy hauler or boat trailer.Once inside, the open floor plan with kitchen, living room, and dining room welcome you to 1100 square foot recently (2020) built home. Vaulted ceilings, large windows, and step-free entry from car to most outside entrances invite the outside in- and the inside out to the varied, and sometimes whimsical gardens and coastal forest. A separate entry to an to an apartment above is only used during the owners. occasional visits. An eclectic mix of antique, exotic, and new furniture gives the home a cozy comfortable feel. A traditional oak table seating 4-6 is easily expanded if you want to have friends or relatives over for dinner. The living room has a sofa lounge, a large book collection, and a 43 inch TV with Roku streaming internet TV programming, and dimmable lighting throughout the home lets you set a mood for most every space.The kitchen caters to those who like to socialize while cooking, having a large center island with seating for four, an unusual 5 burner electric range (with typical microwave above and of course a dishwasher), a very accessible french door refrigerator/freezer, and generously sized cabinets. The cooking tools, gadgets, and cooking and serving ware are supplemented with a stand mixer, bread maker, panini grill, blender, coffee maker, and even a waffle iron. the kitchenThe amply-sized bedroom has a queen size bed, large closet, a direct door to the bathroom, and a sliding glass door out to a private deck with a view of the hillside garden (early cup of coffee, anyone?). There's also another streaming TV.The office/tv/guest room across from the hallway door to the bathroom has a classic drop front desk with drawers and hanging clothes rack for additional guests, a large tv. A queen sofa-sleeper with a 5 inch memory foam mattress comfortably sleeps 2 adults or your children. Pocket doors into the hallway make the room as private or open as you'd like it to be.A full-size front loading washer & dryer in the hallway, with iron, ironing board, folding area, complete the clean clothes scene, complemented by a large adjoining utility closet with folding drying rack, ample hanging space, and is also suitable for luggage stowage during your visit. The spacious bathroom features a large shower with seat and handheld option. An additional ½ bath is handy to the coat and shoe storage areas and leads out to another deck with dining table and woodside gardens. Outdoors, a sunny patio area on the east end of the home has large wind-protected seating options with multiple chair/bench choices while screening vehicles from dominating the open sky feeling. A nearby covered gravel patio with pergola and transparent canopy is slightly more formal outdoor dining venue with a garden/woodside presence. Even the front entry has a sunny deck with adjoining gravel sunspot patio for informal breaks or socializing among plantings and native vegetation.For the slightly adventurous, a one-time sand knoll, now forested, lies beyond a pergola to the "wild side" of the property. Large trees crown the top, where the beam from Heceta Head lighthouse can sweep eerily past on misty nights. Bring a collapsible chair (hanging just inside the side door to the garage) to sit and read a book and feel like you're in the wilderness (you are!). While wandering about the property, be entertained by the unexpected? can you find the gnomes?Now, what's with the name? Captain Cook (1728-1779) never landed in Oregon on his (- voyage in his 78 foot ship, the Resolution, in 1778)- he hardly saw it- and what he described as "snow" was most likely the sand dunes! He was the foremost navigator-explorer of his time. A good summary of his life and voyages is found in Wikipedia. More about his Oregon visit at the Captain Cook Society and at the Oregon Encyclopedia site.But wait, there's more- Joode, one of the owners, is a Brit, born near London, but spent her childhood summers in North Yorkshire- the birthplace of Captain Cook, and a monument to his memory caps Rosemary Topping, visible for miles around. And then- another connection- a best friend's great grandmother was the midwife who assisted in his delivery. It's a small world after all. Homeowner Rich purchased a home on this site in 2002, living here full time until 2006, when he and Joode, having married in 2005, returned to her home in the UK. Rich retired in 2013 following careers in education, forestry and national parks, tours/travel in the USA, and retail garden centers in the USA and UK. Joode is retired from a nursing career with the UK National Health Service in Oxford and the nearby Cotswolds Area of Natural Beauty."We are both enthusiastic gardeners and enjoy the outdoors, birds, beaches, and travel- in fact we met on an adventure tour in South America and were married by the stream at Heceta Beach- just a few minutes' walk from the Captain Cook. ""When at home here in Florence, we listen to the waves and the wind in the trees, and watch the many kinds of birds that visit each day. When we "walk the beach" we may also find sand dollars or other beach treasures, or encounter bald eagles, osprey, seals, or hundreds of sanderlings busily feeding at the surf's edge. It's such a delight to know that the woods and beach stretch for miles beyond." Amenities:40 inch flat scree with Roku Streaming TV(no networks) and DVD player. 32 inch flat screen in the bedroom & office with RokuTowels, linens, blankets and pillows for four guests.A fully outfitted kitchen - electric range, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and all the small appliances, pots, pans, dishes, and flatware you'll need. Cleaning supplies, paper products, coffee filters, basic spicesFront loading washer/dryer set200mbps cable internet - Free local- USA long distanceSorry no pets-No ExceptionsMinimum age to rent: 25Maximum people: 4Parking for1 rigs with Trailer or 4 carsBoard games & booksHair DryerPicnic table and bistro set
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Below the Falls Lodge

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Coos Bay, OR
Relax and revive in this artistic 'cabin' with wonderful views of historic Glenn Creek from every room. An architectural dream, you enter this lodge style home through a pivoting hobbit style front door with hardware from the 1800's. Highlights of this original home include a gourmet kitchen with labradorite granite counters, 800 year old juniper tree spiral stair case, huge beams and exposed rafters, a sauna, and a romantic wood stove. Also each upstairs bedroom has a hanging bed with three 8 foot skylights above for indoor star gazing. Original artworks from local artists are throughout the home. Many pleasantries await the curious such as embedded fossils in the cracked mud walls.Nestled amongst towering fir and cedar trees, with windows everywhere, you'll feel and see nature's presence. This home site has a remarkably peaceful way about it. Recently featured in Southern Oregon Magazine and KCBY 11 TV's ~In Focus~ 'Goin' Green' and Oregon's Solar Home Tour, this is a unique 'green' home. This home was built with environmentally friendly materials. Building with little impact on the surroundings was very important to us during construction. The myrtle hardwood floor in the kitchen and living room was milled on site which came from trees that stood where the house is now. Same story for the beautiful maple flooring in the ½ bath. All of the large beams and fir flooring came from two 4' thick 104 year old douglas fir trees which also stood and were milled where the house is now. The fir trees sprouted after the last forest fire that came through the canyon. One of our neighbors fell a sixty five year old redwood that was over six feet thick! We used some of it as a wonderful wainscot paneling throughout the house. All of the finishes used are no or low VOC. Surrounding the house is native vegetation, huge trees and a few herbs and spices for cooking. You'll enjoy the fully equipped kitchen with labradorite granite counters. The kitchen island has a new five burner gas stove with a convection oven and warming oven. The island has plenty of granite and wood counter space. Hanging from the exhaust hood are stainless, non-stick, and cast iron cookware. We also provide shade grown fair trade coffee and a grinder, espresso machine, coffee maker, toaster, microwave, utensils, chef knives, glasses and frosty cocktail glasses in the freezer. The dining room table has a river view and can seat six comfortably. There is also seating for three at the island bar. From the kitchen you can visit with the folks in the living room thanks to the open floor plan. Beside the wood stove are two chairs and the futon couch with reading lamp. A CD changer, TV with a DVD player and VHS machine are in the downstairs bedroom. Bring your favorite videos or browse our selection of movies. The property has 150 feet of creek frontage with great views of Glenn creek, the forest and distant cliffs. Enjoy wildlife viewing with River Dippers, Chipmunks, Kingfishers, Great Blue Herons, Screech Owls, Pileated Wood Peckers, Elk, an occasional Bald Eagle or River Otter and other wildlife from the house and back deck. Build a fire and have lunch on the nearby picnic table and benches.
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Lighthouse Lookout at Heceta Beach

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Florence, OR
Lighthouse Lookout is a is a 1300 square foot home with breathtaking views and quick access to the beach, just across the street. It was built in 2000, but the design was inspired by the Heceta Lighthouse Keeper's House. While not a 150 year old coastal cabin, there is a theme of 'warmth and comfort' from the storm. Those old buildings were-are cold and drafty - we've not had problems keeping salt shaker from caking, or candles flickering! - even when the rain is blowing hard against the house. It is a fantastic spot for watching winter storms. On the first level of the house which is up all of those stairs you see in the photo, you'll find the main living area. Which includes the galley kitchen, dining room & living room all with fantastic views. There is also a bathroom, laundry room and queen bedroom on this floor and quick access to the back deck to enjoy the morning sun or the immense front porch for watching, whales, pelicans, bald eagles and many other birds. Up the stairs takes you to the second floor where you'll find an open loft with a twin bed, desk and TV. In addition there are 2 more queen bedrooms and another bathroom. You even have a view of the lighthouse and the sea lion caves from the north bedroom.
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Vacio Divino

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Bandon, OR
4 acres on the beach with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Amazing campsite and adjacent casita. Casita available upon request. Private trails to the beach and amazing vistas. Outdoor shower, outdoor kitchen and outhouse. Imagine having your own private compound nestled in the forest on the beach. 5 minutes from world class mountain biking and amazing hiking trails along the coast. Star fish, sea lions, bald eagles and whales are usual visitors on any given day.
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Welcome to Hipcamp! If you're looking for a camping experience near Coos Bay, Oregon, with a beach as your preferred activity/terrain, you're in luck. We have over 480 options available in this area that meet your criteria. Whether you're looking for a rustic tent site or a cozy cabin, we've got you covered. Some of our top campsites, such as Cedar Bloom (1299 reviews), Peace & Solitude (462 reviews), and BeaverCreek Artfarm/ Heart Barn (378 reviews), offer the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure. With popular amenities like showers, cooking equipment, and campfires, you'll have everything you need for a memorable stay. Plus, with activities like off-roading (OHV), snow sports, and wind sports nearby, there's no shortage of fun things to do. So, pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable camping experience on the beautiful beaches near Coos Bay, Oregon!

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