Harris Beach State Park

1655 HWY 101 N, Brookings, Oregon
Public Park
8 reviews


Daily: $21-$22 Reported over 2 years ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Cable TV
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Restaurant
  • Picnic Tables
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Campfires
  • Dump Station
  • Playground
  • Fishing
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Pet Area
  • Big Rig Access



“Tow car ”

They charge me an extra $15 for my Smart tow car because it was not hooked up to blue ox tow bar. They told me if I hooked it back up they would not charge me. NOT HAPPY!!!
Stayed: 09/19/16 to 09/23/16

This park is in the forest right near the ocean 2 miles north of Brookings. There are full hook up sites, and as a matter of fact there are some with Cable TV (good luck getting one, though). We enjoyed this park as we have all Oregon State Parks we have visited

“Really nice spot right next to an amazing beach”

This state park is pretty huge with tons of RV and tent sites… and for good reason. It is a short walk down to Harris beach which is amazing on its own but which every night hosts some of the greatest beach sunsets ever seen!
The facilities are great (we loved the free showers after a day at the beach), the sites are all in trees with bushes around to try and give you a little privacy, and many have their own little lawn of grass.
The playground in the middle of camp is phenomenal for kids and during school season it was pretty much empty.
Most of the park rangers we interacted with were fairly grumpy, but that's a small price to pay for the facilities and spectacular colors you can see every night.
No Wi-Fi as with most state campgrounds but great cell service.

Very nice campground. Loved the privacy hedges between sites. Ocean view and great beach access. People were not real friendly though. They were doing maintenance and turned off park power without telling us until we asked why we lost power.
Stayed: 07/14/15 to 07/15/15

“Great place for all”

The tent camp sites vary in sizes and layouts. some are better then others. The rv sites seem the same way. The grounds seemed very well kept and the only complaint were the rangers who criticized our parking job when we just had to pee so badly and we were literally only 3 inches off the pavement. We hadn't even had a chance to unload or anything. The place was crowded so I'm sure she was just trying to be on top of things the best she could. Some bathroom facilities were cleaner then others. Disappointed that there wasn't a dog off leash area but no big deal. Wildlife was very well considered and the views were amazing and worth it. Great for family gatherings and romantic stays. 

“Not all the amenities shown ”

Don't be fooled by all the amenities that are shown, it don't have them all, only a few of the sites have cable, no wi-fi, there's  no laundry or restaurant either  but it is a short distance to town, there is access to the ocean you can drive down or take the trails, the campsites are small and are compact, most of the sites have gravel and not the grass that it shows, however it is kind of nice with lots of trees and hedges in between you and your neighbor (see pics)


We arrived early in March and we're able to get one of the sites with an ocean view.  Also, the site had cable  hook up as well.  Beautiful  view and plenty of hikes with access to the beach and some pretty cool tide pools.  If you are without a car, the have a dial a ride service  that will pick you up and take you back to the entrance to the park.  Cost is $2 each way.  If you would like to see more of this park, visit  my youtube video.  Rving women!

“Beautiful park!”

An absolute gem!  30 amps, cable and water hookups, showers, walk to the beach and nice people...really you can not ask for a better setup!! 

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