The Oregon coast is one of a kind, and there’s arguably no better way to experience its exquisite beauty than by taking an Oregon coast camping trip. From secluded coves to rolling sand dunes, these 9 gorgeous places on the coast offer amazing campsites and yurts where you can spend the night surrounded by nature.
Summer is coming to an end, but there’s still plenty of time for one last hurrah on the coast. Head to one of these incredible beachside camping spots for an unforgettable experience.
9. Harris Beach State Park
Located near Brookings, this beautiful beach is dotted with amazing seastacks and surrounded by stunning scenery. The woodsy campground is just a 1/4 mile stroll from the beach, and offers convenient amenities like bathrooms, showers, and more. If you don't feel like pitching a tent, you also have the choice to bring an RV or rent a yurt.
8. Nehalem Bay State Park
Nehalem Bay State Park is home to a lovely campground just step away from a majestic beach, as well as rolling sand dunes. Yurts are available to rent as well.
7. Fort Stevens State Park
Located on the northwestern tip of Oregon, Fort Stevens State Park is full of history as well as natural beauty. Here, you'll find an abandoned military fortress, a beautiful shoreline, numerous nature trails, and even the ruins of a shipwreck. The park offers a great campground as well as yurts and cabins for overnight visitors.
6. Cape Lookout State Park
This amazing state park is a perfect place for sightseeing, hiking, lazing on the beach, camping, and more.
5. Tillicum Beach Campground
Located near Waldport in the Suislaw National Forest, The wonderful Tillicum Beach Campground is a great place to pitch a tent right next to the beach and let the sound of crashing waves lull you to sleep.
4. Sunset Bay State Park
Sunset Bay State Park is a dramatic stretch of the coast near Coos Bay. The park offers campsites and yurts right beside the gorgeous beach.
3. Honeyman State Park
This incredible state park in Lane County is a great place for a oregon coast camping trip. The area is absolutely stunning, with scenic trails, two freshwater lakes, colorful wildflowers, and two stunning miles of sand dunes that separate the park from the sea. Yurts and campsites are both available.
2. South Beach State Park
Located near Newport, this amazing state park has a great biking trail, campsites, yurts, hiking trails, kayak tours, miles of beautiful beaches, and more.
1. Carl G. Washburne State Park
Located just off highway 101 near Florence, Carl G. Washburne State Park has awesome campsites as well as two yurts where you can stay the night surrounded by the gorgeous Oregon Coast scenery.