Beginning in Newport and stretching seven miles down the Oregon Coast, South Beach State Park has a ton of opportunities to relax and explore some gorgeous natural scenery. For campers, you will find 227 total electrical sites with full water hookups. These sites can cater to both RVs and tents, but keep in mind that the fees vary depending on which you choose.
There are also 60 primitive tent sites located closer to the shoreline, which come with a picnic table and firepit. If you would like to sleep in something a little more comfortable when staying overnight, there are 27 yurts sprinkled throughout the park offering indoor bathroom amenities as well as heating during the colder months. All of the RV and primitive sites are located directly adjacent to free public showers and restrooms.
Laundry is also available at these sites for a small fee. If you would like to bring your dog, you are welcome to do so as long as you keep them on a leash. All canines are forbidden from entering any indoor structures on the park grounds. The cycling community around South Beach State Park is relatively large. Because of this, there are quite a few opportunities to get out on a bike and have some fun here.
A total of six miles of paved cycling trails are offered here at the South Beach State Park, as well as a rental shop for individuals unable to bring their own bicycles. These trails are for cycling, in particular, so make sure to keep away unless you have got the adequate equipment. Canines are forbidden from running with their owners on any of these paths.
Park officials would also like to remind guests that any individual under the age of 16 is required by state law to wear protective headgear while on a bicycle. Kayaks and canoes are available for rental if you are looking to get out on the adjacent Beaver Creek. South Beach State Park offers kayak tours throughout the year, so make sure to check out the South Beach State Park's website for up-to-date information.