Cape Kiwanda RV Resort is family owned and operated for over 40 years. Located across from Cape Kiwanda State Park and recreational area, they offer a great full service campground for both RV, tenting and camping cabins, pool, spa and exercise room.
- Pull Through
- Near Fishing / Hunting
- Groceries / Ice Onsite
- Laundry Facilities
- 50 Amp Hookups
- High-speed Internet Access
- Restaurant / Lounge
- TV Cable Hookup
- Cabin / Cottage Rentals
Nice place to spend a couple of nights at the Oregon Coast.
Overall this is a nice RV park and super close to the beach, good coffee and the brewery just across the street. We're sorry we didn't make our way into the market until our last day there - they had a nice selection of convenience groceries plus ready-made food to go that actually looked good.
Great park! Please don’t raise the prices.
I really enjoyed it. I’m hoping the prices don’t skyrocket since the parent company of Pelican bought it. We went across the street for food at Pelican and the prices were outrageous. The food is ok but not enough to pay that much for it. Head out into town and get better deals on food. The park was great and the employees there and at the attached store were wonderful. The wild rabbits were my favorite part. Stayed in a cabin and it was so cute.
Place is highly unorganized
We were locked out of our cabin for over 2 hours. Maintenance came and took 30 minutes to break lock box. Someone brought master key that did not work. 3 big dogs in park were off leash most the time and trying to fight other dogs. Dryers took 3 cycles to averagely dry a medium load of laundry.
easy to walk from the cabin, walking to the pool, food shopping Pelican and walked around the park we will be back in May. Looking forward to coming and enjoy ourselves We will spread news about this place
Not the same as it used to be
We have been camping at this place for years. It had always been a nice and quiet in the evening when we were turning in for the night. We did not camp there during Covid. We were excited to return to Pacific City this summer and stay at our usual spot at Cape Kiwanda. While we understand that weekend campers sometimes get a little loud and sometimes like to party, at this place we’d never had a problem with campers respecting quiet hours, until now. We learned that the place was under new ownership and people were saying things had changed. The camp host was somewhere in the back and also partying over the weekend. 🤨. Too noisy after quiet hours. We will ONLY camp here Sunday thru Wednesday. Side note: the gift shop clothing section of the marketplace was also a lot different. Not as good as before.