Address 1: 5298 Northeast Park Lane
Open all Year: Yes
Number of Sites: 76
The area boasts miles of soft beaches, perfect for whale watching, lighthouse touring and glass-float finding.
Start with a hearty breakfast from Mel’s Kamper Kitchen. Then hit the beach, Devils Lake or the kite festival (one in spring, one in fall). The area boasts miles of soft beaches, perfect for whale watching, lighthouse touring and glass-float finding. Yes, the “float fairies” of the Lincoln City Visitors Bureau hide thousands of handmade, multicolored glass floats along the beaches. You’ll find the same beautiful floats for sale in the campground store. At the end of the day, “float” on back to KOA, close enough to the Pacific for easy access yet inland enough to avoid coastal fog and wind. Enjoy a burger and local Tillamook ice cream. One of the local elk might even come through asking to share.
-Snack Bar ($)
From jct Hwy 18 and US 101 (N of town): Go 1 mi S on US 101, then 1 mi E on East Devils Lake Rd. Entrance on left.