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We took the cape lookout loop (4.8) miles and had amazing views almost the entire hike. There are a lot of tree roots the second half of the hike (something to watch out for ). We did encounter a few snakes (although very small) but...More
We are fans of Oregon State Parks' deluxe cabins, so reserved the Netarts cabin. It's smaller than some and has the usual amenities: fridge, toilet/shower, microwave, (no stove), bunk bed, futon, table, chairs, electricity (lots of outlets), outdoor grill, and NO cell/Internet/TV. It's surrounded by...More
We have spent so many wonderful nights at Cape Lookout. The beach is spacious and private, the hiking trails fantastic, and sunsets amazing. Clean facilities and friendly camp hosts complete the picture.
We didn’t know quite what to expect but we’re pleasantly surprised!
The first night we camped in C18 which was okay but super muddy and had no privacy. We moved to C19 the second night for electricity and our campground wasn’t muddy at all and...More
This is a great camping spot. You are close to the beach and the facilities are nice. The fellow campers and families were friendly. The beach is wonderful. Like much of the Oregon coast it is a good size cove with nice surf and a...More
Just camping old school, bring your own stuff to cook and eat with. Tillamook is not too far a drive and you can get good coffee at Three Trees Coffee. There is also a Safeway and Fred Meyer if you forget anything. There are... More
Just camping old school, bring your own stuff to cook and eat with. Tillamook is not too far a drive and you can get good coffee at Three Trees Coffee. There is also a Safeway and Fred Meyer if you forget anything. There are also great restaurants in the area too that serve fresh seafood and locally grown fruit, vegetables, and meat.