Oregon Camping, Nature May 22, 2019
The Most Unique Campground In Oregon That’s Pure Magic
If you really want to bask in the beauty of Oregon’s outdoors, an overnight stay is in order. Here’s a campground that offers some unique amenities that you won’t find everywhere, and a stay here is pure magic.
Drive inland just a few miles from Lincoln City, and you'll find Coyote Rock RV Resort and Marine. This campground is a unique mix of developed sites and beautiful wilderness, and you're going to fall in love with the scenery here.
Address: 1676 Siletz Highway, Lincoln City, OR, 97367
The campground is nestled right on the banks of the Siletz River - one of Oregon's most beautiful spots to kayak, canoe, and fish.
The campground has 63 RV sites. Some are right on the river; others are located in a grassy meadow, surrounded by trees. All of the sites have electric hookups; most have full hookups. Ten tent sites are available as well.
You can also spend the night in a tree house cabin! These rustic tree houses have a small kitchenette, and are heated to keep you nice and toasty. Bring your own sleeping pads and bags and snuggle in!
Did you forget something important? The little store at the resort has snacks, apparel and fishing gear.
The long dock along the river is the perfect place to launch a canoe, kayak, or fishing boat. You don't need to bring your own; the resort offers them for rent.
Pack some snacks and drinks, grab your fishing pole, tackle, and best friend, and head out on the water for a morning of fishing.
You might bring back a whopper like this! The Siletz River is well-known for its huge Chinook salmon, particularly in the spring and fall. You'll also find coho salmon, cutthroat trout, white sturgeon, and several species of perch.
Drop a crab pot and you might just haul up dinner later. The resort has crab pots available for rent.
Whether you spend the day on the river exploring, paddling, or fishing...
...or just want to sit quietly and enjoy the scenery, this unique little campground is the place to be.
Learn more and make your reservation on
Coyote Rock RV Resort’s website, and make sure to follow its Facebook page Facebook page to see all the latest happenings there.
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this campground that has campsites, yurts, cabin tents, and teepees!
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