RV camping in Oregon Coast with electricity hookup and water hookup

With sea cliffs and forest-fringed shoreline, this is not your typical beach destination.

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9 top RV sites in Oregon Coast with electricity hookup and water hookup

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Tyee Farm

6 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Scottsburg, OR
Private 50 acres on the river and you can fish or swim along our .7 miles of riverfront on the Umpqua River. Multiple fishing access, drift boat ramp, canoe launch and fishing heaven with salmon, sturgeon, striped bass, steelhead, shad, and smallmouth bass. Bring you dogs, kayaks, or drift boat. Pontoon floats available for rent. 2 acres are mowed for camper enjoyment. There is a 30 Amp RV hookup, 2 110v outlets, and water at two sites in the area!
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Hilltop Ranch

7 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Corvallis, OR
Enjoy sweeping views of the willamette valley and cascade range from Hilltop Ranch. Featuring secluded yurt stays, hiking, zip lines, equestrian activities and a hot tub with a view. Hilltop ranch is a small family run ranch on 40 acres of forestland. Yurts, RV campsites with full hookup, and more available.
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Riverhouse

1 site · RV1 acre · Harrisburg, OR
Our family "Riverhouse" is one of my favorite places in the world. We use it to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday professional life. The town of Harrisburg is such a cool, easy-going, quaint place to spend some time. Accessibility is one of its' key assets. Harrisburg has a few family owned places to eat at, and a few shops to explore. It's a one light town, but that is why we love it here. The river is my favorite part. I sit for hours on end, watching the water flow by. Fishing, rafting/floating, and wading in the water are all fun things to do here. If you are looking for something just to get off the highway for the night, or for a longer stay, this is a great quiet place to be. Learn more about this land:This listing is for access to a 50ft. long full hook-up RV pad. This does not include access to the house that sits on the property. Conveniently located off of historic 99 hwy., our property is one of only 12 properties located right on the Willamette River in Harrisburg Oregon. Our vacation home "Riverhouse" has a dedicated RV pad with full electric/sewer/water and WIFI hook-ups that can accommodate up to a 50ft. RV. Enjoy our amazing views of the Willamette river on our 500 sqft. custom Japanese Cedar deck located right on the water. Take a 2 minute walk to downtown Harrisburg and enjoy the local eateries and shops. Float or fish the Willamette River! The best part will be relaxing afterwards, enjoying the postcard sunsets. Also, our location is conveniently located halfway between Eugene and Corvallis for sport venues for the University of Oregon and Oregon State. This property is a true gem. Hungry? Then check out "Junkyard Extreme Burgers and Brats", home of the best hamburger in the U.S.A according to Guy Fieri from "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" which is less than two miles down the road.  Whether you are just driving through, or looking for a Zen-like, peaceful setting to get a away for a long weekend, this is the spot. Did I mention the sunsets?
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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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Riverfront RV Campground

3 sites · RVs1 acre · Scottsburg, OR
Have an all-to-yourself! 600 ft. riverfront property 16 miles from the Oregon dunes with beautiful views of the Umpqua river and forested mountains! Activities for everyone including swimming, fishing, hiking, boating (we have a kayak and canoe onsite), or just relax on the double swing chair and hammock that overlook the river. Please note, due to construction of the Scottsburg Bridge, there’s construction noise on weekdays. Due to the the adjacent highway there is traffic noise. $85/nite per RV (there are 2 spaces); 6 people per RV max. Fire bans begin during seasonal dry times, typically beginning end of June through November. Pets welcome, toilets, showers, kitchen, picnic tables, laundry, and trash bins on site. We look forward to seeing you soon! Guests love staying with us: "Cheryl was an excellent host. Gracious and very welcoming to a well maintained and incredible property. Talk about an ideal place of beauty and relaxation, we had a fantastic time un-winding in this private slice of Mother Nature Oregon style. The views and wildlife were incredible as were the amenities - much more than expected. Tons of space to play and enjoy. Thank you both for sharing this Oregon Gem, we truly had an amazing time. Lots to take in, lots to do or not to do. Highly recommend, one of the best camping trips we have had. Definitely coming back."
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Down on Main Street

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Scottsburg, OR
Bring the Family and Enjoy the Umpqua River. Site is 20 Minutes/Miles from the Coast with Swimming, Boating and Small Mouth Bass Fishing in the Summer, as well as Seasonal runs of Salmon. Area Attractions: Deans Creek Elk Viewing Area 14 Miles, Loon Lake Recreation Area 12 Miles, Estill Farms U Pick Blueberries 4 Miles, Riverbanks Speedy Mart 3 Miles, Local Restaurant and Lounge 3 Miles.
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Camp Paradise Creek

3 sites · RVs, Tents55 acres · Elkton, OR
Camp Paradise Creek is located on fifty-five sprawling peaceful acres nestled in rural central Oregon. Pitch your tent along the secluded Paradise Creek or bring your motor home. There are three RV spaces with 30- & 50-amp hookups plus 120 outlets as well as water. We are a short hike or bike ride to the colliding Umpqua River for canoeing, kayaking or fishing. Enjoy the rich biodiversity of the Umpqua Valley which includes the famous Elkton Butterfly Pavillion. This quaint town has delightful wineries as well as the unique mom and pop Tomaselli's Pastry Mill and Cafe. Bring your binoculars for abundant wildlife viewing. We are only thirty-five miles from the magnificent Oregon coast. Treat yourself to the vacation of your lifetime!
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Pristine Ranch

1 site · RV, Tent46 acres · Eugene, OR
Learn more about this land:Pristine Ranch (Pristineranch.com) is in the country with 46 acres. Cows, chickens, goats and horses are on the property. Short hiking and biking trails on the property. Fern Ridge lake is close (15 minute drive) by and many wineries are very close. The Oregon coast is a 50 minute drive. Downtown Eugene is a 25 minute drive.
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Alder Grove

1 site · RV5 acres · Lakeside, OR
We have five acres at the end of a quiet street with the only traffic going to our neighbors. Our campsite is mostly shaded with large Fir and Cedar trees on one side and a Red Alder grove on the other side. Mid afternoon sun. Picnic table under a covered enclosure with lights and an electrical outlet. Site has 30 amp power and water hook ups. Local activities include sand dunes, fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, kayaking, biking, surfing. We are close to the town of Lakeside with restaurants, taverns, grocery store and gas station.
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RV camping in Oregon Coast with electricity hookup and water hookup guide

Overview

Stretching nearly 400 miles from the mouth of the Columbia River in the north to the edge of the California redwoods, the Oregon Coast is one of the most beautiful natural features of an undeniably stunning state. Here you’ll find a mix of artsy towns and majestic state parks, an extensive network of national forest biking and hiking trails, and mile upon mile of shoreline. Like the rest of the Pacific Northwest, there's plenty to experience here for lovers of the great outdoors, and numerous camping sites operated by Oregon State Parks.

Where to go

North Coast

A weekend getaway from Portland, this region features a mix of coastal communities—namely AstoriaSeasideCannon Beach, and Manzanita—plus plenty of state parks such as Hug Point State Recreation Site, famous for its tidepools. Other camping spots include historic Fort Stevens State Park, home to one of the largest campgrounds in the country (and a shipwreck), and Nehalem Bay State Park, which occupies a sand spit between Nehalem Bay and the Pacific. From here, it’s a short drive to Tillamook and Cape Lookout State Park, which offers tent sites, RV sites, cabins, and yurts—plus hot showers—at its Seaside campground.

Central Coast

Extending from Lincoln City down to the city of Florence, the Central Coast mixes developed areas and rugged forestland. Popular towns include Depoe Bay, which touts itself as the whale-watching capital of the Oregon Coast, and Newport, home to the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. When it comes to camping, consider Beverly Beach State Park, with its huge campground right by the beach, or South Beach State Park, just south of Newport.

South Coast

Extending from Florence down to the California border, Oregon’s South Coast is considered the state’s most picturesque stretch. It’s home to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, a massive stretch of sand dunes popular for off-highway vehicle (OHV) riding, and Coos Bay, the largest coastal Oregon City and a prime crabbing spot. Cape Blanco State Park marks the westernmost point in the state, while other beach camping spots include Humbug Mountain State Park near Port Orford and Harris Beach State Park near Brookings.

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