Cabins near Newport

Stop to check out the aquarium and lighthouses at this Seaside city.

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The Flying F Ranch Bunkhouse

1 site · Lodging340 acres · Dallas, OR
We are a working black angus cattle ranch in the Willamette Valley. Our neighbors include wineries, vineyards and commercial farms. We've been at the property for 22 years and would love to share it with you! The bunkhouse in nestled in the middle of a 115 acre pasture, surrounded by timber. As a "working" ranch, you will be sharing this space with the herd. They may be curious about you, but will not bother you. You can find us on Facebook at FlyingFRanch or on Instagram at the_flying_f_ranch_or
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Alsea Valley Farm

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Alsea, OR
Our farm is nestled at the end of Honey Grove Valley in the lush coastal mountains. The creek meanders through our seven acre property. The north side contains a field, small orchard, greenhouses and barn. The south side is steep and wooded with healthy riparian. An extension to the Honey Grove trail leads out of the property accessing seven miles of hiking and mountain bike trails. Nearby activities include hiking and mountain biking in Mary's Peak and Alsea Falls recreational area. Fishing access to the Alsea River is located 1.5 miles from the property on Honey Grove Road. The guest cabin has two rooms and can sleep (4) guests comfortably and up to (6) guests. It contains (2) queen size beds, one pull out couch, and an optional futon mattress and a fold out single bed. One bed is in a loft accessed by a ship ladder. There is a small kitchen and attached bathhouse. The toilet is non-flush, composting. From the designated parking area there is a 200 foot walk along a gravel path to the cabin. Other features include a fire pit, wood heated sauna, and creek access. Internet is available in the cabin. There is a Level 2 vehicle charger available for guests. The property also contains a host residence. The area around the residence is for the hosts. The cabin and the property are very quaint and inviting but also very rustic. Do not be surprised to see a few spiders and other bugs, the occasional bunny, wild turkeys, Garter Snakes by the ponds and newts on the trails. Please maintian good situational awareness when enjoying the property as structures and grounds may have some inherant hazards. Barn is off limits. Greenhouse and gardens are fine to explore as long as doors and gates are closed and dogs are kept out. Please refreain from harvesting produce and/or eggs unless accompanied or given permission from hosts directly.
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Coastal Camping

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Cloverdale, OR
Our property has 3.0 acres. There is a large front yard that is very inviting with a large fire pit. We have firewood available on site. There is private access to the dunes. You can camp and drive your off road vehicles to the dunes from your camp site. We are located 15 minutes to Pacific City where there are some good restaurants and a small grocery store. Tillamook is about a 20 minute drive.
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Territorial Farm Stay

2 sites · Lodging10 acres · Junction City, OR
Welcome to Territorial Farm Stay and Stable, a small farm in the beautiful South Willamette Valley of Oregon, between Eugene and Corvallis, about 2 hours south of Portland. We are an equestrian property with a stable offering a variety of equestrian activities, and we offer both a Farm Stay cottage and an RV Glamping option. We are in horse and wine country, with some 10 wineries within 15 minutes and many more within a 30 to 45 minute radius. And we are surrounded by an outdoor recreational paradise. Your Farm Stay experience offers the opportunity to connect with a horse through adding on a Horsin' Around Experience or a private riding lesson to your stay. There are plenty of opportunities to hang out with the horses, help out with barn chores, help with garden/yard maintenance, enjoy the backyard fire pit (fire danger permitting) and s'mores or just sit back and watch the animals and enjoy a good book or a relaxed conversation. We are pet friendly for well behaved pets with an extra fee. Both accommodations have a two-night minimum and a cleaning fee, along with 10% Oregon lodging tax.
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Cabins near Newport guide

Overview

One of the larger cities on the Oregon Coast, Newport has long been popular with vacationers, owing to its ample selection of dining and lodging options and its multitude of things to do. Popular attractions include the nonprofit Oregon Coast Aquarium, Nye Beach, and two lighthouses: Yaquina Bay and Yaquina Head. Newport also has a good selection of supermarkets and shops, making it an excellent spot for picking up groceries and supplies, and there are plenty of inland and coastal spots to camp within just a few miles of the city center.

Where to go

Along the Yaquina River

Just inland from Newport, the Yaquina River attracts boaters, swimmers, and anglers alike. Nearby riverside hotspots include the 22-acre Cannon Quarry Park in Toledo and Elk City County Park a bit further east in Toledo. Both have boat launches.  

Oregon’s Central Coast

Newport’s location in the middle of the Central Coast makes it an ideal base for visiting the region. Popular beach towns include Waldport and Yachats to the South and Depoe Bay and Lincoln City to the north.

The Siuslaw National Forest

Spread out over 630,000 acres, this old-growth forest offers a mix of mountains, beaches, and rivers, with plenty of options for camping and hiking. Don't miss the chance to visit Mary's Peak, the highest point in the Oregon Coastal Range.

When to go

Newport can easily be visited year-round, and many area campgrounds are open in winter. However, the weather in this coastal community is at its best during the months of July and August, and heavy rainfall is the norm for much of the rest of the year. If you’re interested in whale-watching, come during the two annual migration periods: from mid-December through mid-January or from late March through May.

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