This is not your typical Park. There are lots of trees, shrubs, grass and privacy, plus great ocean views. The Park offers tranquility and old-fashioned hospitality in a lovely natural setting. Across from the Park is a large beach surrounded by rocks that enclose one of the best tide pools on the Oregon Coast. It teems with life at low tide. Fishing off the rocks, whale watching and photographing the fantastic sunsets are popular activities while staying at Seal Rocks RV Cove. Tent sites are also available.
- High-speed Internet Access,
- TV Cable Hookup,
- Near Fishing / Hunting,
- 50 Amp Hookups,
- Pull Through,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Our family has been going to Seal Rock for over 30 years and the price continues to increase. I believe it's so expensive now you can almost stay in an inexpensive hotel for what they charge . We love the beach and all the tide pools there, that's why we started going there so long ago.
Love this place
Their customer service is wonderful, the site we had was perfect, hedges on both sides to give you privacy and a great view of the ocean. Bathrooms were clean and grounds are kept up very well. Will definitely go back there again.
Great location and the views of the ocean from many of the campsites is simply amazing! We did have an electrical issue when we first pulled-in. But the staff responded very quickly and moved us to a new ocean view site at no extra charge, as well as giving us a credit for one night. They had the issue fixed the next day. We were very pleased with the customer service and friendliness of the park employees, and I would not hesitate to recommend this RV park. The WiFi was excellent. See picture showing the ocean sunset view from our site.
Good tenting option for Central Oregon Coast
The tenting options are slim between Newport and Florence if you haven't already reserved a spot, you don't want to pay >$50 for a spot, or you don't want to take a chance at the popular first-come first served state parks/recreation sites. That's why the 11 tent sites here are prime. The sites aren't that big but big enough and there's a hedge between each site so you do feel a sense of privacy. Sites 31 and 30 have views of the ocean but they're also closest to the road so they get some road noise. Summer tent sites are $25 so about the same as the state parks but without the reservation fee. Good value. Friendly front desk, clean washrooms, nearby water faucet, no wash-up space unfortunately, and, as many have said, the access to Seal Rock beach is excellent.
Nestled next to the sea
This is a cute, clean RV park with ocean views and access. Our campsite has ample room to move about and feel private. I believe each has a fire ring too. You access the beach by walking across the highway. This can be a bit tricky because of traffic but we never had to wait more than a few minutes. The beach is beautiful with lots of great tide pools. Some sites have fantastic views. You do get a bit of noise from the cars, but the rest of the campsite is quiet. I would definitely return to this campground.