RV Parks & Campgrounds

Sunset Bay State Park State Parks

4.6 Stars 4.6 -  12 Reviews  $
(541) 888-4902
89814 cape arago Hwy
Coos Bay, Oregon


All year

Sites: 130, Fullhookups: 29, Elecwater: 35, Max RV Length: 50 ft

Water, Electric, Sewer, Pets allowed, Picnic Tables, Restroom, Showers, Campfire, Playground


September 6, 12:54pm - reviewed by John
5.0 Stars   
Can't believe someone would give a review of a couple of stars for the Campground because Verizon coverage was poor

July 18, 7:38pm - reviewed by Hannah
5.0 Stars   
This campground is in an awesome location and the staff is really on top of things. Clean campsites, showers and bathrooms. Shore Acres day use and Sunset Beach are close by and the little fishing town of Charleston has markets and a marina.

June 19, 9:13pm - reviewed by Amy
4.0 Stars   
Family Oriented.
Lots of families. Nice spots in some areas. Some sites have been over trimmed so not much privacy at the moment.

June 6, 7:54pm - reviewed by Thomas
2.0 Stars   
Not Any Verizon Coverage
Although the campground looked tranquil and shady (solar panels will not be very effective here), we needed Verizon coverage due to medical reasons, so we had to leave our reserved spot and go down the road to another campground which had great coverage.

June 5, 8:24pm - reviewed by Kristyn
5.0 Stars   
Such a beautiful place to spend the night! We were travelling up hwy 101 and stopped here for the night. Played in the bay, saw and heard seals, and had hot showers. Got lucky with no reservation and a 32 foot rig, but plenty of spaces open early in the season. Sites are beautiful! Warning..... no Verizon cell reception except spotty reception at the beach! Would stay again!

May 5, 2:03pm - reviewed by Michael
5.0 Stars   
Great With Kids
Super staff. They have wonderful programs for kids both day and evening during season. Very hard to get reservations because so popular.

April 18, 12:53am - reviewed by KlW
4.0 Stars   
Great For Summer
We came thru during the spring, i can imagine what it looks like in the summer.the beaches and hiking are great and the campsite is very quiet, at least during the spring. I would imagine there would mosquitos as there is a creek that runs thru the site. But it was so rainy and windy we didn't notice. Sites are big, bathrooms are fair for state park bathrooms. The beach is the best

December 20, 12:15am - reviewed by Short
5.0 Stars   
Beautiful grounds, awesome trails along the water.

September 5, 7:38pm - reviewed by Richard N Laurie Tamez
5.0 Stars   
Great Area
We were here last year during March and used it as a rest stop during our tour of the western states. Glad we stopped. The camp was quiet and enjoyed the abundance of trees in the park, which gave us some nice shade and privacy from the campers next door. The area offers a lot to see. The shoreline drive is spectacular with plenty of places to stop and see/hear the wildlife. We also enjoyed the Japanese gardens which were nearby and Very serene wiTh trails running along the coastline for a great hike. We also ventured into Coos bay for some seafood and a much needed laundry run. Nice seaside town...all in all, we'd definitely go back.

October 3, 12:11am - reviewed by Bob
5.0 Stars   $28
Nice quiet camp. Beautiful gardens and grounds at Shore Acres about a mile south. Also a ton of sea lions at Simpson Reef next to the gardens.

September 23, 11:39pm - reviewed by Gdog N Timber
5.0 Stars   $32
Loved It
We wanted to stay for a few more nights but the sites were reserved. This place is on our short list of Oregon places to stay.

August 15, 1:06am - reviewed by Mko
5.0 Stars   
Nice campground. Some tight spots for big rigs.