Central Oregon Coast Camping - Virtual Tour

July through September are historically the warmest and driest months on the Oregon Coast; making for spectacular views along the beautiful coastline.  Couple that with great crabbing and fishing seasons and you'll have trouble deciding which campground best suits you.  Tent, RV and horse camp from Waldport's Alsea River to Florence's Siuslaw River.  North to south is the best way to travel as you can easily stop at every overlook.

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Page through the virtual tours of our year-round campgrounds below or read about all the National Forest campgrounds on the Central Oregon Coast here:  Central Coast Ranger District

18 miles inland from Waldport, Blackberry Campground, has a boat ramp for fishing the Alsea River; no RV hookups:

Between Waldport and Yachats, on Hwy 101 milepost 160.5, Tillicum Beach Campground overlooks the Pacific Ocean and has stairways to access the beach; electric/water hookups:

Further south on Hwy 101, 2 equestrian camps provide trail access to what the Central Oregon Coast is famous for, old-growth forests and sandy beaches.  There are no RV hookups and no drinking water in the campgrounds.

To access Horse Creek Campground turn off Hwy 101 around milepost 180, on Forest Road 58.  FR 58 does not have a sign on Hwy 101 as it is on sharp switch-back curve just south of Sea Lion Caves.  Please use caution.

Take a beach ride from Baker Beach Campground near Hwy 101; around milepost 182:

Alder Dune Campground is set in a coastal forest on 2 trout-stocked lakes near Hwy 101.  Watch for the sign on Hwy 101 between mileposts 183 and 184; no RV hookups:

Between mileposts 185 and 186, camp in Sutton Recreation Area to hike through coastal forest and sand dunes along Sutton Creek; electrical hookups available year-round: