Location: Reedsport, OR
Nightly Fee: $28 full hook up, $26 electrical and water, $19 tent only, $40 to $50 yurt, yurt deluxe $80 to $90 and $40 to $50 cabin
Amenities: Full hook ups, partial hook ups, tent sites (water nearby), yurts, deluxe yurts, cabins, two flush toilet restrooms, hot showers, hiker/biker sites, dump station,
Topography: Tall pines, inland from beach and sand dunes half mile or so
Miles One-Way: 955
Directions: From So Cal area I-5 N to CA 99 N to I-5 N to OR-138 West to OR-38 West to US-101 south to Lighthouse Rd right, stay right and then stay left into campground
Website: Umpqua Lighthouse State Park
Here on the coast of Oregon just a half mile or so from the sand dunes you’ll find some great Winchester Bay, OR. camping. Under tall pines you’ll find a variety of sites to choose from. If you’ve been searching for some Winchester Bay RV parks, you’ll really enjoy parking your RV in one of close to ten full hookup sites or choose from another close to ten standard hookup sites.
Tenters are welcome here with more than twenty sites to choose from, all being close to water and restrooms. If you prefer a yurt or a cabin there are two rustic yurts, six deluxe yurts and two rustic cabins just waiting for ya’ to check out. Pets are welcome in some of these!
As mentioned above, campers have one restroom available in the full hookups area when you first enter the campground and also another restroom and hot showers down in the lower area where you’ll find the tent sites and standard hookups.
During the day you may hear different types of recreational vehicles in the background because here just short hike away from this awesome Umpqua Lighthouse camping, there is a recreational area for some off road vehicles. For more info on this recreational area, just click here->>> Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area and find Oregon Dunes NRA Visitor Center in the left column.
Other points of interest within just a mile or so are the Umpqua River Lighthouse rising 65 feet over the beautiful entrance to Winchester Bay and the adjacent museum where you can sign up for tours of both the lighthouse and the museum!
If you happen to be heading back over to the I-5, the drive along the OR-38 and the OR-138 are is easy and pleasant and you’re at the freeway in no time at all. For more information on this great Douglas County camping please visit Umpqua Lighthouse State Park.
By R.C. Stude