Honey Bear Campground & RV Resort

34161 Ophir Road, Gold Beach, Oregon
RV Park
6 reviews


Daily: $45 Reported 5 months ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access


Stayed: 11/12/17 to 11/14/17

“Wonderful place”

We have traveled across the country and have found this place to be the best RV parks we have stayed in. The location is beautiful, the park is beautiful, and everything is as it should be. Spacious level sites, good clean facilities, working WiFi, and an excellent restaurant on site. 
Stayed: 09/01/17 to 09/05/17

“Nice, tidy campground”

We stayed for four nights at Honey Bear By The Sea park in a 40’ fifth wheel.  We stayed in site 36, a pull-through site with 50 amp.  Since we were at the end of the row, we had slightly more space on our door side than our neighbors but it was a little shorter (as noted on their website).  The tent sites appear to be extremely large.  The campground was quite tidy.  The office staff was quite friendly.  We got take-out from the restaurant and it was very good and reasonably priced.  The laundry room and bathrooms were clean.  Washers were $1.75 and dryers were $1.25.  There were short nature walks around the campground and the beach was a short trail and across Hwy 101.  The playground area looked nice and there was a game room above the restaurant.  There was a huge forest fire raging near Brookings so the air was quite smoky most of our stay (not the campground’s fault).  Otherwise, we would have spent more time exploring the campground.  Although the campground has a Gold Beach address, it is actually nine miles north of the city of Gold Beach.  We would return if in the area and there were no forest fires nearby.

“Excellent. Good facilities. Good staff. ”

Smells of the ocean and the trees. Walking patches to both. Comfortable. 

What a truly wonderful place, peaceful, ocean front resort and a new restaurant and Bar just opening.   A must see, for all the streams, ponds, trails and even caught a nice visit with a herd of Elk.

Stayed here for almost two weeks. Quiet and clean. Would stay again.

“A Gem of a RV park”

This park is wooded with sites that have ocean views and close enough to fall asleep hearing the crashing waves hitting the Oregon coast.  Owners were very special and Fri&Sat nights have a German dinner that was scrumptious plus after dinner entertainment!

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