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Open Year-round
Yes
Reservations possible?
Yes
RV Hookups
Yes
Potable water
Yes
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With 308 RV/campsites, the little-known* Barview Jetty Campground is actually Oregon's second largest campground after Fort Stevens State Park Campground farther up the coast.

Located within Barview Jetty County Park, the campground caters to a wide variety of guests. It features a 69-site full hook-up RV park, large and private car/tent sites that are nestled up against the ocean's edge, and numerous walk-in style campsites that are tucked away under shore pine and dune grass.  The campground also has a fish cleaning station, restrooms, showers (which cost $0.50 for 4 minutes, so bring plenty of quarters), along with a 100-foot sand dune on the park's eastern edge that kids love to climb up and slide back down.

*Surprisingly, the campground, often overlooked by non-coastal residents, has long been a popular destination with locals, making weekend reservations difficult to book. Be sure to make reservations in advance, particularly for the coveted sites adjacent to the beach.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Spring
Summer
Fall

Parking Pass

Not Required

Pros

Beach access. RV designated area.

Cons

Few recreation amenities (no playground, boat ramp, etc.).

Pets allowed

Yes

Managed by

Tillamook County

Reservation phone number

15033223522

Address

Trailer Park Rd
Rockaway Beach, OR 97136
United States

Features

ADA accessible
Flushing toilets
Showers
Potable water

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Location

Field Guide + Map

Comments

07.12.18
I don’t know about the loud campers... I do appreciate a quiet campground after 10:00pm.. I’ve not had too many issues with loud campers..
But the jetty siren thing, I find it quite relaxing... part of the ambience. Akthiugh, I do camp a ways a way from the jetty. Not sure how it effects the campers near it.
Bring earplugs. If the hundreds of inconsiderate campers around you don't keep you from getting a good night sleep then the constant blaring horn from the bouy warning signal every 20 seconds or so will.

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