As we worked our way down Highway 101 on the Oregon coast, Seal Rocks RV Cove looked like a perfect place to spend the week. With views of the Pacific Ocean from our site, we knew we couldn’t go wrong!
Here’s the Breakdown:
Location: Seal Rock, Oregon
GPS: 44.4924, -124.0833
Date / Temp: We spent a five days at Seal Rocks RV Cove in early October. The temps were mild with mostly overcast skies. The sun came out for two days and created amazing ocean views.
Amenities: Our site was private, level, and equipped with full hookups. There is a central bath & shower house – it remained very clean during our entire stay. The park also has multiple trash & recycling receptacles. Our favorite amenity was the stunning scenery and walking trails to the beach.
Wifi / Cell: The park has free, password protected wifi that worked very well. We were able to stream, download, and upload with ease. Our T-Mobile and AT&T service also received strong 4G LTE signal.
Noise: Seal Rocks is a peaceful campground. The only noise we heard was the constant rumbling waves in the background. Most of the sites are surrounded by trees & bushes, creating a very private setting.
Grocery / Errands: Seal Rock (the town) is pretty small. We did most of our shopping in Newport; its ten miles from camp. Within 30 miles from Seal Rock are many towns to explore and complete all your errands.
Dog Friendly: The park is dog friendly and offers free doggy-waste bags. Dogs are allowed on the beach, as well! We saw many pets during our stay; they were all leashed and respectful.
Entertainment: The Oregon coast is full of beautiful sights. We explored the beach towns from Lincoln City to Cape Perpetua. If you want to stay put, the beach at Seal Rocks RV Cove has ample wildlife viewing and miles of waterfront hiking.
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