Honeyman State Park Campground

Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area

Central Oregon Coast, Oregon

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Honeyman State Park Campground


  • Honeyman State Park entrance.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Campground welcome center.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • The playground near the welcome center.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • There is direct access to OHV areas from the campground.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • OHVs are only allowed in H Loop.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Yurts are a popular option.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Thick vegetation gives most campsites much privacy.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Typical campground road.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Campground amphitheater.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • The entire area is densely wooded.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Typical RV/tent campsite.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • The setting is quite beautiful.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Mushroom hunting is a popular activity around the campground.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Wild fuschias bloom in the campground.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Trail to the hiker/biker camp.- Honeyman State Park Campground
  • Hiker/biker campsites are very private.- Honeyman State Park Campground
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Most sites are very private. Beautiful setting. Motorized and non-motorized dune access.
Off-Highway vehicles are allowed on H Loop.
Central Oregon Coast, OR
Managed by: 
Oregon State Parks
Pets allowed: 
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
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Jesse M. Honeyman Memorial State Park is one of  the best locations in Oregon to explore the spectacular dunes that line the coast. This is the second largest Oregon State Park campground, and it offers camping facilities ranging from yurts and full-hookup campsites to the simple hiker/biker area and group sites.

Spread out over eight loops, this is a vast campground.  The furthest loop from the entrance is the H Loop, which is designed for off-road vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts. It is the only loop where OHVs are allowed to drive the roads, and it offers direct access to the OHV area of the dunes between October and April.  All other loops are off-limits to OHVs. These loops each have showers and bathrooms. During the off-season, some of these loops may be closed. The setting is gorgeous here, with huge evergreens and thick understory plants offering much shade and privacy.  Trails to the two nearby lakes and non-motorized sections of the dunes are nearby. During the busy season, amphitheater programs are offered.

Due  to its proximity to Eugene, this is a popular campground, and reservations are recommended during the summer.

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