Oregon RV Resorts For Those Who Like Vacationing in Style—Part 2

An ocean view and the comforts of home—can you really ask for more?

If you’re in need of your annual dose of nature but don’t want it at the expense of your comfort, then an RV resort might just be for you.

Oregon is home to a wide range of RV resorts, parks and campgrounds so, whether you’re looking for something nestled in the woods, or something just feet away from the ocean, we’ve got you covered. Below you will find five of Oregon’s top-rated RV resorts.

Don’t know the difference between an RV Resort, an RV park and an RV campground? Be sure to read part 1 of this article.

Five Top-Rated Oregon RV Resorts

Sea Perch RV Resort


Located right off Highway 101, south of Yachats, OR.

You can’t get get much closer to the beach than this! Sea Perch RV Resort is located steps away from Searose Beach, so long walks on the beach are a given. The resort is also only 6.5 miles south of Yachats, Oregon, a quirky and creative town. If you are looking for scenic views and access to an ocean town, this is the resort for you. While you’re here, check out Cape Perpetua and the famous Thor’s Well attraction.

Sea Perch RV resort has great facilities, including RV sites equipped with water and electricity, full hookups, satellite television, picnic tables, free wireless internet throughout the resort, a 3,000 square-foot Sea Perch Club featuring sitting areas, an exercise room, a full kitchen, a games room, a big-screen television, a second floor ocean viewing loft, showers and coin-operated laundry machines.

If the facilities haven’t already sold you, the thought of being lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves surely will.

Learn more about Sea Perch RV Resort on their website.

Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort


Central Oregon. Bend, OR.

As the name implies, Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort is situated between Bend and Sisters, at the base of the foothills of the majestic Three Sisters Cascade Range.

For families and outdoor enthusiasts, there are an endless number of activities to choose from, including: hiking, fishing, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, and much more. If you’re looking for even more excitement, try planning your trip around one of the many festivals in the area: Sisters Folk Festival, Sisters Wine and Brew Fest, or the Deschutes County Fair and rodeo.

Amenities on amenities! The resort has full service sites, a laundry room, a large grass park, fire rings, cable television, a convenience store, a propane station, luxury bathhouses, a BBQ area, a playground, miniature golf, a heated pool and spa, and wireless internet. And, if you really feel like being pampered, they also offer group catering, a valet service, and garbage pickup. Truly, home away from home.

Learn more about Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort on their website.

River Park RV Resort


Grants Pass, OR.

Positioned on the Rogue River, you will never be more than a hundred yards from the river at any of the RV sites.

Amenities include full hook-ups, paved RV sites, free wi-fi, cable television, spotless bath/shower rooms, picnic tables, and a laundry room. The resort office also includes a small store which stocks many items, including ice cream! The resort has access to 700 feet of river frontage, so river fishing, swimming, and/or river rafting are a must.

River Park RV Resort is also only 1.5 hours from the awe-inspiring Crater Lake National Park.

Learn more about River Park RV Resort on their website.

Honey Bear by the Sea RV Resort and Campground


Not only does this resort offer you private access to the beach, but also, access to wooded areas and meadows. A variety of site options are available, including those with an ocean view, and those nestled in the beautiful Spruce forest, to even more private and secluded spots.

Amenities include full hookups, complimentary direct television, complimentary wireless internet, firewood, ice, picnic tables, fire rings (year round), clean restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a playground, a basketball hoop, horseshoes, and a book lending library.

If you are traveling with family, this resort is a great option. From their popular Bear’s Bar and Grill to their Bear’s Game Room (pool table, foosball table, vintage arcade machine, dart board, chess, board games, & puzzles), there’s going to be plenty to keep the whole family occupied.

Learn more about Honey Bear by the Sea RV Resort and Campground on their website.

RV Resort at Cannon Beach


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Located in Northern Oregon, Cannon Beach, OR, off Highway 101.

At RV Resort at Cannon Beach, you will have the best of three worlds; the resort is nestled in a lush park-like site, minutes away from the artsy town center of Cannon Beach, and only several short blocks away from the beach. With its beautiful galleries, restaurants, and sea-side atmosphere, Cannon Beach has been compared to Carmel, California.

Amenities include full hookups, an indoor pool and spa, complimentary wireless internet, free cable television, a convenience store and gift shop, a game room, a public laundromat, complete restroom facilities, a banquet and meeting room, picnic tables, and brick fire pits. From horseback riding and beach combing to surfing and wine tasting, storm watching and sunbathing, you definitely won’t get bored here.

Learn more about RV Resort of Cannon Beach on their website.

What’s Your Tranquil Escape?

If you own an RV, you truly don’t have to go far to get away. The beauty of RV resorts is that they give you an escape with all of the amenities you’re used to.

There’s also nothing saying you can’t RV in style, even on a budget. To learn more about that, be sure to read our series, RVing on a budget part 1 and part 2.

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