Harris Beach State Park campground

Camping at Harris Beach State Park in Brookings provides access to one of the most scenic sections of the Oregon Coast, including Harris Beach and the Samuel Boardman Scenic Corridor.

Harris Beach State Park campground

Highlights

Set in coastal forest with easy access to the beach, this large campground has four loops of campsites for RVs and tents. While the campsites vary in size, most have good privacy with trees and shrubs separating them. Note that there is some highway noise due to being located next to Highway 101, but this also provides great access to exploring the southern Oregon coast, including the Redwoods National Park in northern California.

  • Harris Beach State Park campground
  • Harris Beach State Park campground
  • Harris Beach State Park campground
  • Harris Beach State Park campground
  • Harris Beach State Park campground

Campground info

  • Location: Oregon Coast – Google map
  • Campground & park info: Harris Beach State Park
  • Campsite cost: tent sites – $20 per night; RV sites – $30-32 per night; yurts – $51-61 per night
  • Reservations: available up to six months in advance at Reserve America
  • Season: open all year (with partial campground closures in the winter)
  • Facilities: 59 tent campsites; 65 full-hookup campsites; 25 electrical hookup campsites; 6 yurts; hiker/biker camp
  • Amenities: potable water, flushing toilets, showers, picnic tables, fire pits, ranger-led activities in the summer
  • Nearby town for supplies: Brookings – gas stations, restaurants, grocery stores

Harris Beach State Park campground

Hiking trails near the campground

Southern Oregon Coast camping trip

Beach access is a short walk from the campground, but for more hiking, drive north on Highway 101 and stop at the many pullouts in the Samuel Boardman State Scenic Corridor for outstanding views and hiking trails. See my trip report for photos of our explorations at Arch Rock (shown above), Thunder Rock Cove, Secret Beach, and Natural Bridges.