Lagoon Campground

Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area

Central Oregon Coast, Oregon

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Lagoon Campground


  • The Siltcoos Access Road information sign.- Lagoon Campground
  • Sign for Lagoon Campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • Information signs at entrance of Lagoon Campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • Typical campsite in Lagoon Campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • Typical campsite in Lagoon Campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • Campsites in the Lagoon Campground inlcude picnic tables and fire rings.- Lagoon Campground
  • Some campsites are closer together than others.- Lagoon Campground
  • Restrooms facilities in the center of Lagoon Campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • Recycling center in the Lagoon Campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • Trailhead for Lagoon Loop Trail.- Lagoon Campground
  • Lagoon Loop Trailhead sign.- Lagoon Campground
  • Trail to Lagoon Loop from campground. - Lagoon Campground
  • The Lagoon Loop Trail right next to the campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • River otter in the lagoon.- Lagoon Campground
  • The Lagoon Loop Trail borders the campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • Information sign along the Lagoon Loop Trail.- Lagoon Campground
  • Great blue heron.- Lagoon Campground
  • Siltcoos Access Road to the beach.- Lagoon Campground
  • Beach access near the Lagoon Campground.- Lagoon Campground
  • Sun setting over the Pacific Ocean in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.- Lagoon Campground
Overview + Weather
Wildlife viewing. Close to the beach.
Lots of OHV. Some sites are very close together.
Central Oregon Coast, OR
Managed by: 
Forest Service
Price per night (basic site): 
20.00 $ (16.79 €)
Pets allowed: 
Yes, with restrictions
Parking Pass: 
NW Forest Pass
Preferable Season(s):
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Current Local Weather:
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Located within the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Lagoon Campground is a great a home base for exploring the diversity found along the Oregon coast. With hiking trails, beach access and other adventures close by, there’s plenty to keep you busy.

The campground consists of 41 sites, nine of which are pull-through sites that can fit a variety of size vehicles (85 feet maximum). Each site has a picnic table and fire ring with a grill. Restroom facilities and potable water are located in the middle of the loop.

Starting in the campground, the Lagoon Loop Trail is a perfect spot to look for wildlife including beavers, river otters, ducks, herons and other birds. This short trail borders the campground and can be accessed through two trailheads and even through some campsites. Other hiking trails, beach and dune access, and picnic areas are also located along the Siltcoos Access Road.

Note: This area of the Oregon Coast is very popular with off highway vehicles (OHV). It is also home to the protected snowy plovers; help protect these birds by obeying all posted regulations.

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