KOA - Bandon / Port Orford

Address: 46612 Highway 101 South, Port Orford, Oregon, 97450, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 46612 Highway 101 South, Port Orford, is near Cape Blanco Lighthouse, Cape Blanco State Park, and Oregon Coast Drive.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsKOA - Bandon / Port Orford

        Reviewed by ljjohnson

        Great for a night or two

        Reviewed Oct 28, 2015
        by (27 reviews) Ottawa , Canada Flag of Canada

        This campground is closing for the season in a few days and so it's very quiet. It is very well treed, and so would be great in the summer heat. The restrooms are very clean and the staff friendly and helpful.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        Reviewed by splencner

        Small and Refreshing

        Reviewed Jul 1, 2012
        by (28 reviews) Jefferson Park, Chicago, IL , United States Flag of United States

        For a KOA this was a great place for a tent camper to stay. The sites were very small, but we fit and were able to get very comfortable. Privacy is good here. I used the pool and hot tub. Recommended if you have a small set up.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews KOA - Bandon / Port Orford

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Port Orford

        Along the Oregon Coast Highway

        A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Sep 11, 2013

        29 photos

        Astoria, OR, is a charming little town in northeastern Oregon, so I decided to return Sunday and walk around. The Sunday market was in full swing. I had an excellent lunch at a restaurant called Baked Alaska. In the afternoon I took a tour on the trolley. It runs a mile and a half along the Columbia River and then returns. A complete trip lasts 50 …

        We're Finally in Oregon

        A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jun 21, 2015

        8 photos

        ... fewer "OMGs" (or worse)! And we're finally seeing diesel fuel back down below $3.00 a gallon. The state park where we're staying is absolutely beautiful -- we're surrounded by tree-covered mountains on three sides and the ocean on the fourth side. Kind of a tough setting, eh? Today we visited two different lighthouses in the area. The Cape Blanco Lighthouse, built in 1870, has a 59-foot tower from which the original first-order lens ...

        7 Devils to Humbug Mountain

        A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Sep 15, 2014

        15 photos

        ... not worried about blowing apart the old freewheel at this part, and connected up with the camp hosts who offered their tools the night before. Victory! It all fit together perfectly and they even gave me a homemade cookie for the road. With my mission complete, my tunnel vision faded and memories of the treacherous 7 Devils Road discussed by a seasoned tourist returned. He had bluntly stated, pardon ...

        Night 19: Southern Oregon Blues

        A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 11, 2014

        7 photos

        ... NRA, administered by the NFS. At places where we stopped, like Umpqua Lighthouse, you could hear dune buggy engines revving up on the hills. Camps here are full of ATV enthusiasts, who usually don't make good camping neighbors. So we drove on past North Bend's lumber yards and Coos Bay's deco downtown to Bandon, where the dunes stop and the sea rocks begin to again dominate the coast. This is a far more rural (there are various cow pastures along the ...

        "It's been emotional"

        A travel blog entry by davidpower on Jul 11, 2013

        5 comments, 12 photos

        ... than I have in my whole life living and travelling around the world.

        On the face of it with the people we have met and the places we have been there seems to be no sense of class or financial seniority. Of course we are not talking New York City, but there has been no sense of "my car is bigger than yours" (although everyone's car here is actually bigger then mine). Maybe under the surface but not to us. To a certain extent in the UK riding ...