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 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

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Port Orford

      Google glasses

      A travel blog entry by steveandange on Oct 17, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... stressful part of the trip - a lot of shuffling and foot tapping going on... As is the norm, the bus had its fair share of characters. After an extended stop at a supermarket, one very talkative passenger returned to the bus sporting a pair of springy joke glasses, or has he liked to describe them, "my Google glasses, my eyes have gone all googly" - not sure they had voice recognition though. The decision was whether to go to Port ...

      Seven devils

      A travel blog entry by weebles on Sep 13, 2013

      2 photos

      ... we haven't had for a few weeks - it's amazing how much you appreciate things when you don't have them for a while! I reckon I have lost around half a stone which is no bad thing and it is just impossible to eat enough. I think we are burning between 3000 and 5000 calories a day and if only Ben wasn't so stingy I could happily be eating chips everyday and still be loosing weight ...

      Finally wifi

      A travel blog entry by bharvey on Sep 06, 2013

      ... if served a purpose, keeping him for getting soaked....

      Day 3 -- Dawned drier -- thank goodness -- with a promise of a good weather. Met neighbours this morning-- Mary and Maury from Langley BC -- RVers for the past 20 years. Today was the Oregon Coast in all its glory-- so beautiful, so wild ... we made stops sometimes not much more than a mile down the road ... it was great. I felt so free. We had missed being able ...

      Bogs, Storm Ranch, G.A.R. and Langlois Hot Dogs!

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Oct 13, 2012

      15 photos

      ... This portion of the New River is known as Storm Ranch. This eight mile long coastal river flows north separated from the ocean only by a foredune of sand. It is a year round home to the endangered snowy plover. The spring migration brings as many as 20,000 Canada Geese and 100,000 shore birds to the area. Our walk down a beautiful forested trail is abbreviated by the threat of rain.

      It is getting close to lunch time. We feed the dogs a snack and head the short ...

      A Nice Friday For A Ride.

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Oct 05, 2012

      12 photos

      ... was in 1852 when survivors of the Captain Lincoln shipwreck established Camp Castaway until they and their cargo were rescued. There has been a permanent settlement on Coos Bay since 1853. Prior to 1915 the community was largely isolated due to the difficulties of crossing the Coast Range and the many rivers so the Pacific Ocean was their primary avenue of transportation. The two day sail to San Francisco was much preferred to traveling inland ...