The best camping near Cape Blanco State Park

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Seacliff hikes, ocean views, and windswept beaches await at this remote coastal park.  

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Cornerstone Ranch

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents500 acres · Gold Beach, OR
Cornerstone Ranch is a beautiful 500 acre property on the Rogue River, and bordering the Pacific Ocean. The ranch offers campsites, as well as a yurt. Horses are welcome, as well pets. From the South GPS is very accurate to our driveway. Coming from the North, GPS may drop you at "Marchmont Farm". Keep driving about another 1/8th mile until you see the large "Cornerstone Ranch" sign. That is our driveway. The large Yurt Tent about a 20 foot oval. It is part of the Cornerstone Ranch Hip Camp family of sites on the Ranch totaling 7. In a very quiet part of the campgrounds and having a picnic table under a large pine. We have added 2 twin memory foam mattresses and two camping mattresses in the Yurt along with a few other things to make your stay comfortable while still enjoying the Ranch, Coast and the Rogue River and all it has to offer. The ranch also offers 6 different campsites. Campfires are allowed (outside of burn bans), and there is a toilet on site as well. Reviews from guests: "During the night we could hear Elk and the nearby nature! When we woke up we got to visit with the horses, use the really clean port-potty, and chat with Bonnie the Host! She has tons of recommendations, but our favorite was the Indian creek cafe across the river. The areas so great and clean and the host cares about her guests! Would recommend!"
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Fennel Flats - At The Orchard Hole

3 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Sixes, OR
Grassy mowed area along the Sixes River on our cattle ranch and cranberry farm. We provide an outdoor shower and composting toilet shared by the 3 camp sites. The shower water is filtered water from a shallow well, but bring water to drink. This campsite lies about 1 mile from the pacific ocean at about 15 feet elevation so it will be cooler than inland camp sites. I believe we are the closest camping to the south side of the Blacklock Hiking Trails. Also next to the Cape Blanco State Airport. (call if you want to fly in and get transport to and from the campsite). Access Road is a single lane in and out (gravel, dirt, and grass). Any towed trailers need to be pulled by a 4-wheel drive or all-wheel drive vehicle to climb back out (in and out procedures for trailers will be provided) Bring a fishing pole or a kayak. Sea-run trout are in the river during the summer. Only friendly and quiet pets are allowed. - Please be accurate with the number of guests in your party. (Note: Don't approach lone elk cows....they currently have calves and will be aggressive.)
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Prosper Bluff

19 sites · RVs2 acres · Bandon, OR
**Please note, our property is for SELF-CONTAINED campers only - no toilet or hookups available. Class A RVs, Fifth Wheels, and Toy Haulers are too large for the road to our property** Our beautiful bluff property is close to charming old town Bandon, world class beaches, Bullards Beach State Park, Whiskey Run mountain bike trails, Bandon Dunes golf resort, and more. We're close to all the amenities yet private and peaceful, with a large open meadow surrounded by river, forest, and cranberry bogs. Pets are allowed but must stay at your campsite. Water and trash disposal available on property. We offer two different types of campsites at Prosper Bluff: Our Prosper Bluff with river access site can accommodate individuals or small groups of up to 3 small/medium camp vehicles. This open field camp with expansive views of the majestic Coquille River and Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge is perfect for those who prioritize a spectacular view and privacy away from other campers with proximity to town and recreation opportunities. There is river and dock access (along with more views!) from our hiking trail adjacent to the campsite. You have the bluff meadow and trail to yourself, ensuring you and your fellow campers can relax and explore with as much privacy as possible. Our two Lost Valley Van Camp sites can each accommodate one self-contained campervan or truck camper and offer a quiet place to pull up amongst the trees on the outskirts of our open field. Each site comes with a convertible bench/table for two and a flat grassy area to camp with plenty of room to turn your vehicle around. This spot is great for mountain bikers and other adventurers looking for a simple, quiet, and safe place to stay the night. Please message us with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!
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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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Bay Point Landing

160 sites · Lodging, RVs103 acres · Coos Bay, OR
Bay Point Landing is a modern camping and lodging destination, set in Coos Bay and surrounded by the beauty of Oregon's wildest coast. Whether seeking a tranquil getaway or a base for adventure, our curated amenities and accommodations are carefully chosen for you to hurry up and slow down. Luxury camping has never been easier. The Scandinavian-inspired cabins at Bay Point Landing bring you to Oregon's wildest coast with all the amenities of home. With family-friendly Dunes cabins, cozy Kamp Haus and luxurious waterfront Drifts, what's your cabin-type? Iconic in style and memorable in design, nothing calls to the classic camping experience quite like an Airstream. A place to retreat after a day outdoors, they are perfect for relaxing moments and taking in the beauty of our bay. The next level of RV camping is now attainable at Bay Point Landing. With 160 RV campsites, top tier amenities, and over a mile of bayfront beach, you will find a refreshing take on your camping experience. The amenities at Bay Point Landing center around our Clubhouse and elegantly exist to provide you with space to recharge, congregate, or to simply sit back and let the views sink in. Take a dip in the pool, enjoy our fitness center overlooking the bay, or hang out in the kids den or activity room. Outside of the clubhouse there is much to discover, and the sandy beach is always front and center at Bay Point Landing.
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Dew Valley Ranch Nature Retreat

15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Bandon, OR
ADULT RETREAT: NO OUTSIDE PET/SERVICES ANIMALS. CHILDREN 12 OR OLDER ONLY....Due to the listing being shared with free range farm animals, we are unable to Host any animals. 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. 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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Cloud on Seven

24 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Barview, OR
The intention behind naming this the Cloud, is in honor of the lands the atmospheric connection to the Sea. The Cloud, is currently in the process of becoming a retreat space and eco village for guests 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 natural process provides 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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Hot Tub in the Trees

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Port Orford, OR
This property is about 1 mile from downtown Port Orford, and close to beautiful rivers, amazing hiking, surfing, beach-combing and the art/music scene in town. There is one area available for tent camping which could fit up to 6 people and 3 tents total. (You/your group will be the only ones Hipcamping in the area.) You'll have the following: a picnic table, porta-potty, an extension cord for electricity, solar 5 gallon outdoor shower, and very delicious well water (from the hose) for cleaning/drinking. The tent camping area is tucked away in a private section of the property between the back of the wood shop and a stand of trees. You'll have privacy but the residents are also on the property. Quiet, well-behaved dogs are allowed if they are kept on a lead. There is wifi that usually works well. We are LGBTQ and BIPOC friendly! Hot tub is hot and available!
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Indian Creek

1 site · RV, Tent200 acres · Port Orford, OR
Indian creek is a beautiful spot on the Elk River that's named after a creek that runs from the mountains into the river. It's located on 200 acres of land that is used to run cattle year round. While visiting you will meet our horse Iggy. She loves to be admired and is very photogenic. She also loves to be pet and fed apples or carrots. Just a 1/4 mile up the road is our family owned and operated RV Park which give access to restrooms, showers, laundry room, wifi, ice, and propane. This spot has been our familys private paradise but we have decided its time to share this amazing spot with others so come enjoy privacy, beautiful views and the music of birds, the river running and trees rustling in the wind.
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Camp Catching

3 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Coos Bay, OR
Learn more about this land: Camp Catching is located on Catching Slough a beautiful tidal water way located in the Coos Sumner area near Coos Bay. Home lands to the Coos and Coquille tribes. Camp catching is a part of Blue Barns Farms, a 6 acres homestead located on Old Wagon Rd. This area is considered a “Banana Belt” as during the summer it is often 15 degrees warmer than “in town” and outside of the fog bank that is often seen daily closer to the ocean. It is a great place to set up camp while exploring other areas of our beautiful community. The Oregon Bay Area ( Coos County) is a True Hidden Gem. You can go from mountain to sea; exploring waterfalls to playing at the beach all in one day. We have 3 camping areas around our little blue barn and surrounding area. Each camp spot has a solo fire pit and picnic table (please note: fires will be permitted based on fire risk.) All 3 camping spots have access to Catching Slough for paddle boarding and kayaking; I have been known to even swim on a hot day. We have two paddle boards, one double kayak and a child kayak (less than 130 lbs) available for camper use. Catching slough is influenced by the tides and contains brackish waters- both add additional magic to this area. This means twice a day the slough empties traveling to the ocean and fills up again. High tide is a great time for paddle boarding and kayaking; low tide is wonderful for watching birds and other animals. Anytime is actually great for bird watching! We have a number of different species of birds that rest here while migrating- the opportunity to see them all depends on the time of year that you visit. You can also watch fish jump in the bend of the slough. Other oddities that we have seen since living here over the last 7 years- swimming deer and even a seal(only once)! Everyone who comes to visit finds the slough mesmerizing and beautiful! For facilities we have an outdoor shower and Porter potties that are emptied regularly. Our little Blue Barn is a communal space offering a refrigerator, kettle and tea house. There is also a barbecue located outside the barn for camps use.
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On The Rogue

4 sites · RVs1 acre · Wedderburn, OR
Take a moment to unwind and breathe in the refreshing saltwater air while you enjoy the stunning view from the deck overlooking the mouth of the Rogue River, as the sun slowly descends into the warm, vibrant sky. Just a few minutes' walk will take you to stunning sandy beaches where you can witness a range of local wildlife and observe fishermen at work. Take in the breathtaking view of the luscious green mountains towering behind the picturesque Patterson bridge. We take pride in offering a clean and well-maintained space for your RV, complete with a community bathroom and shower, a washer and dryer, BBQ, outdoor kitchen, and ample room to park. If you have a boat, our seasonal private docks are available for an additional moorage fee, and we even have a fish cleaning station to prepare your catch of the day. Other community amenities include ice, picnic table, and outdoor seating area. During your stay, unlock your Inner adventurer with these top activities: -Savor local flavors at nearby restaurants -Reel in some fish with a guided fishing trip -Jetboat up the river for a thrilling ride -Soak up history at the museum -Sightsee your way to stunning views -Gaze up at the twinkling stars and embrace the tranquility of the night sky.
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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. My property line is the rocks, please keep on my property. Thank you.
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The best camping near Cape Blanco State Park guide

Overview

About

Jagged sea cliffs tumble down to sandy shores at the remote western tip of Oregon. Cape Blanco’s highlights include the historic Hughes House and Cape Blanco Lighthouse, which affords spectacular views along the Pacific Coast—both can be visited on a guided tour. Eight miles of hiking and mountain biking trails run along the coast and through the wildflower-blanketed headlands, while trail riding opportunities can also be found for horseback riders. Campers have plenty of space at the group campground, including electric hook-ups for RVs, tent sites, and horse corrals.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. RV sites, tent campsites, horse corrals, and cabins are all available to book up to six months in advance via the Oregon State Parks online reservations system. 
  2. It’s best to book at least six weeks in advance to avoid disappointment—especially for stays in July and August, or over holiday weekends.

When to go

Cape Blanco is open for hiking and camping year-round, but the main season is from April through October. Tours of the lighthouse and historic home are only available during this period, and advance bookings are recommended, especially in July and August. Out of season, it’s easy to escape the crowds, and you might even have the beach to yourself. Bring something warm, even in summer, as coastal winds can pick up at night. 

Know before you go

  • Cape Blanco State Park is about a 20-minute drive north of Port Orford, off Highway 101.
  • Cape Blanco is remote with limited facilities, so bring everything you need with you. The closest shops and supermarkets are in Port Orford. The campground has flush toilets, hot showers, drinking water, and picnic benches.
  • Pets are allowed in the park and campground but must be kept on a leash at all times. 
  • Fire bans are common during dry periods—campfires are allowed in provided fire rings only if local regulations allow it.

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