The word is out: the Oregon Coast is magnificent, making it one of the top regional destination in the Pacific Northwest.
If you are touring the Oregon Coast by RV, you may find the region’s popularity can make finding camping sites difficult during high season, particularly on weekends. Our trip down the Oregon coast from Washington this last September was kind of a spontaneous decision, and all the state campgrounds were full. Luckily we discovered Circle Creek RV Resort, Seaside, OR and found it a delightful place to moor our 27′ class C motor home for the night.
If your looking for great RV campgrounds Seaside, Circle Creek RV Resort has 44 grassy and paved, full hookup sites located on 11.5 acres. All sites include water, sewer, 30 amp electric, wifi and dish network TV. Circle Creek can accommodate RVs in either back-in, pull-through or river front sites. If you are fully self-contained, the park offers quite a number of roomy “dry camping” spots, i.e., without hookups, at a lower rate. Circle Creek RV Resort, Seaside, OR is open year around.
The resort comprises a lovely park-like setting that abuts peaceful Beerman Creek and is next door to a 350 acre elk reserve. We enjoyed seeing the elk the evening we arrived and quickly spotted a heron probing for fish in the nearby creek. Circle Creek Resort is only 1.25 miles from the ocean, and is a great base from which to visit nearby Seaside, Astoria, Ecola State Park, Saddle Mountain and the rest of the northern Oregon Coast. This clean, roomy and friendly setting makes Circle Creek RV Resort, Seaside, OR, a great stop for RV travelers. Learn more or reserve your stay now at www.circlecreekrv.com, or phone 503-738-6070.