You will never tire of the spectacular ocean views with a trip to Pacific City RV Camping in Oregon. Nature trails, fishing, clamming, surfing, beachcombing and more can all be found at this RV campground in Oregon, located along the beautiful Central Oregon coastline. Explore Pacific City RV Camping year round with activities tailored to specific seasons. Enjoy the water in the summer, picking huckleberries in the fall and whale watching in the winter. After an exciting day of fun, sit back and relax around a crackling fire.
- Pull Through
- Laundry Facilities
- Spa / Hot Tub
- 50 Amp Hookups
- High-speed Internet Access
- TV Cable Hookup
- Cabin / Cottage Rentals
Near the beach and ocean but not very friendly to large RVs
This campground is not designed well for large RVs. Even though there were larger sites close to the entrance, they were under trees with little to no sky for Starlink. When we explored deeper into the park, the turns got tighter and sites were smaller. Although we did find a good sized site with adequate open sky after 1.5 hours of searching, we encountered some scrapes against posts and branches.
Pink haired lady at check in was not nice. I do not think she likes her job. I would not come back if I knew ahead of time she was going to be there. There is not cell service and no Wi-Fi. There are Wi-Fi antennas in the park but fo not work. We were told they will not return the parks calls. I say fire them and get someone in there that is willing to get the job done! Why are you putting up with that?
Not for larger RVs
Definitely not for larger RVs. I damaged the under carriage of my RV to the tune of $3000 just driving around to find a site. No cell service of any kind. OK for smaller RVs and cars with high ground clearance.
Fantastic location- upgrades needed
My family has been coming to this park since the 1980s when it first opened. The location is absolutely gorgeous and sites mostly private- with easy beach access and its own trail to the beach. The staff are kind, but seem a bit overwhelmed. For the past 20 years the park has become so tired and shabby, after several buyouts from national cooperate owners, we continue to hold on to membership due to the 'grandfathered' rates, memories and awesome location. Every time I visit i really, really want to like this campground, but always end up disappointed because it could return to a super gem with just a little more TLC. Those upgrades are on the way with new water and electric systems, and cosmetic updated restrooms. Yet.. surficial it looks great, but my fear with the latest updates is that the maintenance is not adequate due to the harsh coastal weather and heavy use to maintain the investments. It feels decisions are being made at an office someplace else and not designed for the park's needs. Metal electrical boxes going straight into sand? Weird wi-fi towers everywhere? How long before they rust out? New bathroom faucets too short for the sink and get water everywhere on the counter with no paper towels to help dry counters off-even if you wanted to assist with cleaning? Busy Labor Day week- bathrooms were cleaned every other day? And in one instance three days between cleaning? Not acceptable. Forest Service and Oregon state park campgrounds I've stayed in the past 5 years have cleaner bathroom facilities. Help us help you- this could be a magical place if just a bit more thought -feels like everything is about 75% of the way there. Will continue to camp here the next few years to see whether improvements continue or not.
Beware of dog poop
Super disappointed in this thousand trails. Although the spot we choose was super private and secluded the amount of dog poop that covered our entire site was disgusting. Not only fresh but super moldy piles everywhere. Not just at our site but around the entire property too. Whoever is in charge there does not care about the grounds. Hot tub was full of small children all the time. Should be some sort of adult only time. No store, never been to a thousand tails that didn’t have a store. Oh wait, they sold a couple lighters and small boxes of laundry soap. They make you pay for Wi-Fi then ironically the internet was down.. weird but still worked at the lodge and check in office.