Cape Kiwanda RV Resort sits on a golden piece of real estate within walking distance of a beautiful Oregon beach. This is a dream location for folks who love camping close to the ocean on paved, level sites with pull-through or back-in access.
Get fully hooked up to electricity, with a choice of 30 or 50 amp, water, and sewer, and stay online with complimentary wifi and cable TV. Some sites feature trees for shade while others have decorative bushes offering a little privacy between neighbors. Daily rates start at $36.95 for RVs, and tent sites range from $23.95 to $38.95 depending on the time of year.
Surfers come from all over to ride the waves and pitch a tent or park the camper at the resort. Swimming can be a challenge in the rugged surf, but sunbathers are treated to a magical display of dory boats heading out to sea.
The beach is a major drawcard, but so is the resort itself, with a quiet atmosphere and one- or two-bedroom rustic cabins, plus charming, furnished cottages with a privacy fence, a bathroom and kitchen. An upscale cottage means you can close the door and enjoy a nicely decorated space with all the mod-cons you might pawssibly need.
A heated swimming pool is ideal for cooler times of the year, and there's also a small gym so you can stay fit while on vacation. A games room has fun for all ages, and a playground is pawfect for kiddo campers. Check out the Market Place for a holiday shopping spree or order pizza from across the road. Super clean restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are all part of the quality service that sees folks return every year.
That also includes their furry friends, who can’t wait to go camping at the resort and sink their paws into the sandy beach. Pups are welcome on a 6-foot leash, with guardians expected to pick up their waste. An area is set aside for dog walks, but keep a tight grip on that leash, as tame rabbits roam the camp.
This seaside resort has been over 40 years in the making, with the innovative owners creating a pawpular vacation retreat you may never want to leave! Summer is the peak season, when the sun is high and families head for the cape.