Nehalem Bay State Park


5 from 1 users


Tucked in a sand spit between Nehalem Bay and Pacific Ocean, expect lots of water recreation in this campground. Kayaking, fishing, crabbing and beachcombing are just some of them. It has 265 electrical sites with water and 18 yurts. It has 6 primitive fly-in sites for those landing by air. Picnic tables, fire rings, shower, amphitheater, dump station, water and toilets are available. Dogs are allowed but they must be on leash. Camping fee is $11 for fly-in sites, $31 to $35 for standard sites, and $52 for yurts.

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Lat: 45.701685 Lng: -123.935701

User Reviews



Hiker + biker sites are nice and secluded. Tent pads are available but also plenty of room to set anywhere. Short paths connect you to the near by bathroom and showers. The showers are fantastic! Hot water and large stalls and no coins needed. The beach is beautiful and you're around the corner from Manzanita.


User 14923

Right on the beach, good, clean facilities. Water, power and fire pit on each site.


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