Cape Kiwanda RV Park
33305 Cape Kiwanda Drive
Pacific City, Oregon
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 166
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 9
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 95
Across the street from the beach at beautiful Cape Kiwanda!
Cape Kiwanda R.V. Resort is family owned and operated for over 40 years! Located across from Cape Kiwanda State Park and recreational area, we offer a great full service campground for both R.V., tenting and camping cabins, pool, spa and exercise room. Fresh seafood market, gift shop, grocery store, espresso bar, fresh home made fudge, and Tillamook Ice Cream!
Our sites have gravel pads with water, electric, sewer, picnic table and a fire ring.Most sites are just a short walk to the restroom, showers, and laundry facilities and of course the Beach!
Our Sites can be rented by the day, week or month. If you enjoy a relaxing environment, family fun and incrediable scenery, Cape Kiwanda R.V. Park, is what you are looking for. Groups and Family Reunions Welcome!
We are more then just an RV Park, we have a complete seafood market, offering a varity of fresh fish, Crab, halibut, Salmon, Oysters, smoked products. We also make our own homeade fudge and server Tillamook Ice cream. Our grocery store that should meet most of your needs should you forget anything along the way. To complete your stay visit our gift shop for souviners, apparel, beach toys and much much more.
For those of you who are simply looking for a relaxing time and need things for the kids to do, we have a wonderful playground .This includes, a giant sand box with a jungle gym with swings, climbing ropes, slides, ladders, monkey bars a volleyball, teatherball, beach basketball and horseshoes just a few steps away.
April - September Watch the Dorys Launch off the beach for a day of whale watching, fishing and sight seeing.
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Coastal Urban Camping
This campground is located right across the street from the beach where the fisherman launch and land their boats every day and where surfers and beach combers hang out. From a location standpoint it is awesome and you can walk to and from your RV. There are dozens of semi-tame rabbits running around all over the place too. The only draw back is that it is right in the middle of it all and really doesn't feel like "camping" much. Otherwise a great place to stay when visiting Pacific City.
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