A true vacation spot, eight miles north of Gold Beach with easy access to ocean Honey Bear By the Sea RV Resort & Campground has spacious sites , plenty of woodland and meadows, a trout fishing pond, hot showers and a playground. The resort is also the home of the Black Forest Sausage Kitchen, specializing in German cuisine and home made sausages. The mini deli offers a variety of European products: chocolates, jams, breads. etc.
- Near Fishing / Hunting
- Groceries / Ice Onsite
- Laundry Facilities
- 50 Amp Hookups
- High-speed Internet Access
- Restaurant / Lounge
- TV Cable Hookup
- Pull Through
Lovely park, fabulous speech.
Very friendly staff, beautiful large property with walking trails. Large fenced dog run. Short walk to one of the best beaches in Oregon. Easy drive to stores and restaurants in town, though many items are stocked on site. Restrooms/showers very clean.
Walking Distance to Beach
I really enjoy this RV Park. The restrooms are all individual rooms and are clean. The park itself is well maintained and the staff is friendly. We come to Gold Beach to visit friends. When bringing our RV we always use Honey Bear.
Great place to stay a while and close to the beach.
Friendly staff. Nice grounds. My dogs loved the dog park. All around enjoyed are stay. Plenty of wildlife even had elk walking through in the morning. Not a bad walk to the beach. Showers and bathroom all clean.
Work to do...
We have stayed at Honey Bear a number of times over the last five years and it has been a favorite. This was our least pleasant experience. What was missing? Where to start...we were moved from the site we reserved because two 5th wheels parked themselves 90 degrees off from the intended direction and we couldn't have used the site - nor could anyone else - without blocking one of them in. This wasn't mentioned at check in. We weren't provided anything when we checked in except a map copy showing us where our "new" site was. Fire rings (truck rims) were all over the place as were tables. We had to move both to create anything like a reasonable camp. Fortunately, at least water and power worked. Our unintended "new" site was sadly on the "dog freeway" for every dog for dozens of camps around, doing their thing several time a day and traveling right through our campsite. Nothing is marked to indicate where paths are and aren't intended to be, or RV's, for that matter. We had to carry firewood from the store to our site - a significant walk - when, in the past, their 4-wheelers delivered. In the 4 days we were there we didn't have a single visit or word from a single staff person. The cafe/bar has never reopened: a significant loss. This is not the "resort" we remember. We hope they can sort some of these things out.
My husband and I stayed at HoneyBear by the Sea for two nights with our three dogs. It was clean, well maintained and the staff was helpful and friendly. The RV/Trailer sites aren't really private but some are better than others in that respect. The beach is across hwy 101 and a frontage rd., just a five minute walk. There are lots of walking trails if you have dogs, several ponds and a beautiful field/meadow to take a stroll. We hope to make it back to HoneyBear in the future. Misty