Premier RV Resort of Lincoln City Oregon

4100 U.S. 101, Lincoln City, Oregon
RV Park
7 reviews


Daily: $59 Reported over 2 years ago
Discounts: AAA, AARP, FMCA, Good Sam, Military
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pets Allowed
  • Laundry
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Pet Area
  • Big Rig Access


Stayed: 08/23/17 to 08/25/17

“Clean, Efficient, Well maintained ”

Experience was pleasant, short walk to the bay to see sea lions and grey whales. Staff was accompanying. 
Stayed: 07/23/17 to 08/06/17

“Clean and we'll maintained. ”

Just completed 14 days at Premier. It's well positioned on the Central Oregon Coast with nice amenities. The sites are very tight (We have a 38' fifth wheel), with little to no noise barriers between sites and the water pressure left a lot to be desired. 
Stayed: 09/15/16 to 09/17/16


I've been a Premier Park camper for some years until now.  I made a reservation for a 50amp site for our 38foot Motorhome for 14nights. We got here yesterday to 30amps. and to a site so tight our slide pushed a soft tree aside. ("Oh,you're ok,the tree is soft!") I hope our awning is intact.  This "resort" can't afford to have all sites be 30/50amp? I'd rather they had told me they were booked. Sad news is, the Eugene park has also gone downhill. The Salem one is pleasant if you don't leave the park after dark. We will not return to their properties. They are not worth the discounted rate. (They aren't all that)We leave tomorrow for a Devils Lake RV park. Long and wide 50 amp.,facing the lake,and a better deal.Guaranteed🙂

“Great fourth of July”

We stayed a week over the 4th.  They had a local group play at a watermelon fest, great way to meet others in resort.  The staff was super and had great recommendations on things in the area.  We will start here again next time we do the coast.
Stayed: 06/30/16 to 07/06/16

“Actually a very nice place, and the staff are awesome!”

Typically, I would give this a 4 star rating, due to the previously mentioned issues, but we got here prior to July 4th and these guys went ALL OUT and had live bands playing, and the guys and gals that work here are GREAT help! 

The beach is down a pretty good flight of stairs, and across Hwy 101, which can get pretty congested, but if you go north on the sidewalk about 100 yds, there is a tunnel under the road at Spanish Head Inn, and you can walk down to the beach after crossing there. 

The beach here is phenomenal!!! 

“3.5 stars ”

Pros were nice landscaping and a convenient location. 
Cons were narrow sites that made it very difficult for us to open opposing slides and Internet that was finicky to use. 
The restaurant at Spanish Head, immediately across the road, is a huge plus. We had a great breakfast there. 

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