Sea & Sand RV Park is conveniently located on Highway 101 just three miles north of Depoe Bay on the central Oregon coastline and eight miles south of Lincoln City. There are spectacular beach and ocean views from our terraced ocean RV sites, as well as beautiful and cozy forested campground sites, all with easy beach access. The sunsets in the summers and the storms in the winters offer wonderful memories to all our guests, and their pets.
Sea and Sand RV Park in Depoe Bay now accepts online reservations through Sunrise Reservations!
sea and sand rv park in depoe bay oregon offers oceanfront rv sites
Whether you love the grey whales, are storm watchers, sightseers, want to fish, try your luck at one of the casinos, shop the boutiques, or just be a beach bum or couch potato for a few days- – -Sea & Sand RV Park provides you with a home away from home that is quiet, peaceful, relaxing and conveniently located.
Activities are numerous for all ages. The seven mile sandy beach provides a sand box of agates, shells, and sometimes Japanese floats. Sightings of the migrating grey whales are almost a daily happening in Depoe Bay, and there are charter fleets at Depoe Bay and Newport for deep sea fishing, crabbing and whale watching. Also, fresh water fishing, including steelhead, salmon, and trout are in the local rivers and streams. One mile away is the beautiful resort of Salishan providing an 18 hole golf course and excellent shopping. If you like aquariums, lighthouses, factory outlets, good restaurants, casino gaming, and breathtaking views of the ocean you will find it all between Newport and Lincoln City.
Membership: Good Sam
Credit Cards Accepted:
Over 35 Ft
Swimming Lake/Stream etc.
This park is right off HWY101. Upon entry is a very nice view of the center of the park and a few speed bumps you have to really slow down for. Upon check in at the office 2 very nice lady's were working where one greeted me and checked me in and gave me a bag of salt water taffy as a newcomer to the park along with papers of the park rules and TV cable channel listings and more. We had made previous reservations but the first 3 days we could not make it to the park, so the lady asked if we would like to start our weeks stay that day? sure I said. That was very unexpected and gracious of them! The area we stayed in was in the tree area and park rules said you could have wood camp fires. After we backed into of space #67 that was very easy because of the road in front of our space to the left. The site was gravel and almost level but sort of small in width and length but enough for our trailer and pickup. There was a 5' high concrete fire ring and a picnic table to the right of our space but that was all the room we had and no shrubs or anything between sites. It also had water and cable TV hook up along with a sewer that required a screw on sewer connection that in some sites were 25 plus feet from the rear of the site. The sites next to each side of us were very close about 3 feet apart. There were two parking areas for extra rigs. One was it the upper tree area and the other was just above the ocean site area as most of the sites in this area were only large enough for the RV and the toad or pull vehicle where as in the upper tree area there were many pull thru sites large enough for both rigs. The park was very-very clean and well kept. The both bathrooms were spotless and the upper bathroom had 3 showers with plastic curtains for .50 cents for 5 minutes time with really nice hot water. The lower bathroom toward the ocean was newer and the wife said the showers there had doors for privacy and were a lot nicer inside. The upper park area had a laundry room attached to the bathroom. To wash was $1.50 and to dry was .50 for 5 minutes time and had a large folding area. All the outside staff were very friendly and caring about their jobs. There was a path about half way down the park on the left side that went to the beach area access which we took and walked on the beach during low tide, but during high tide there is no beach access. The lower ocean site area has 3 levels that over looked the ocean. Very nice and more costly. At the 3rd lowest ocean site area there was a set of stairs that also went down to the beach area access. Park rules say the upper ocean site area could not have any wood fires and could only use propane fires with the exception of on the beach. The 4 rating was because of the closeness of the camp sites and the $26 nightly cost is because of camping off season. This RV park is a wonderful place to say at!
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