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Reservations are accepted at 38 of the 52 state park campgrounds. Reservations can be made one day to nine months in advance. When you make a reservation, you’ll be charged in full for each night you plan to stay, plus an $8 on-refundable reservation fee per site. Additional reservation information.
Reservation park campgrounds
23 park campgrounds statewide offer campsites first come, first served.
First-Come, First-Served Campgrounds
Day-use parking permits are required year-round in 25 parks and are available for purchase online.
See map of parks charging a day-use parking fee.
Visit Safe Ways to Explore the Beach to learn about sneaker waves, rip tides and drift logs.
For more information about Oregon's beaches, including recreation FAQs (from dogs to driving and marine debris), history and more, visit the Ocean Shore State Recreation Area page.
Oregon Coast Trail is an iconic hiking route that stretches along the entire 362-mile Oregon coastline. The trail traverses sandy beaches, forested trails, stunning headlands, and 28 coastal towns. Some sections are disconnected, inconvenient, unsafe, or seasonally inaccessible and require careful route planning. Visit
Oregon Coast Trail for more information.
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