While there are many places across the United States to enjoy RV camping, the West Coast in particular is extremely popular. West Coast camping experiences easily win the hearts of RV campers with their stunning scenery and wide availability.
If you want to see camping sites on the West Coast, you’ve come to the right place. Take a trip down along campgrounds on the West Coast to see all they have to offer travelers!
West Coast Camping Sites: Washington
Newhalem Creek Campground
Amenities: Located in North Cascades National Park, this RV campground allows pets, offers trash collection services, and is close to the park's visitor center. Across the road from the Skagit River, it is surrounded by fir trees, with various kinds of bushes dotting the landscape. There are no hookups, but restrooms are available.
Capacity: 111 RV sites
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Log Cabin Resort RV and Campground
This campground with West Coast camping sites is open seasonally from late May to late September. Located within Olympic National Park, every site has a fire pit and picnic tables. There are centrally-located restrooms, along with coin-operated laundry facilities. You can also rent a boat to go out on Lake Crescent.
Capacity: 38 RV sites
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Just south of Mount Rainier National Park is Mounthaven Resort, which has 16 full hookup RV sites. Each of these sites is within easy walking distance of the laundry room and restrooms. You also get a fire pit and picnic tables, and on sunny days you're shaded by cedars.
Capacity: 16 RV sites
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Packwood RV Park
Amenities: Packwood RV Park is located further south of Mount Rainier National Park, and has full hookups at all of their West Coast camping sites. Other amenities at this 8-acre campground include Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and clean restrooms. You can bring your furry friend along for a stay, since this RV park is pet-friendly.
Capacity: 87 RV sites
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West Coast Camping Sites: Oregon
Fort Stevens State Park Campground
A military installation from the Civil War through the Second World War, Fort Stevens State Park is a popular destination in northwest Oregon. Fort Stevens' campgrounds on the West Coast –– some of the largest in the country –– are available year-round. Wash off in the hot showers, enjoy the convenience of flush toilets, and make use of the RV dump station.
Capacity: 476 RV sites (174 full hookup, 300 electrical, 36 pull-through)
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Cape Lookout State Park Campground
Located southwest of Portland, right on the northern Oregon coastline, Cape Lookout State Park offers RV campers forested hiking trails and full and partial hookups. Enjoy evenings by the fire rings, and dine at the picnic tables, and make use of the toilets when you need them. Secluded and pet-friendly, it's a great place to get away from it all.
Capacity: 39 RV sites
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Pacific City RV & Camping Resort
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Central Oregon coast at Pacific City RV Resort. While surrounded by spruce, RV campers enjoy access to nearby beaches, can get in exercise at the basketball court or take a dip in the indoor pool, and then rinse off in the showers. Most sites offer water and 30 amp electric, though some sites have 50 amp hookups.
Capacity: 305 RV sites
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Sunset Bay State Park Campground
You're only a short walk from the beach when your West Coast camping journey takes you to Oregon's Sunset Bay State Park. With sea cliffs providing a stunning backdrop, you can go beachcombing, swimming, fishing, and boating nearby, or make use of connected trails to go hiking. There are a mix of full hookup sites and water and electric sites, along with restrooms with showers.
Capacity: 63 RV sites
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West Coast Camping Sites: California
Candlestick RV Park
San Francisco, the City by the Bay, is wide open for you to explore while you stay at a full hookup RV site at Candlestick RV Park. Meanwhile, a laundromat, game room, and grocery store are available on-site, along with clean restrooms and showers. West Coast camping doesn't get much more friendly and luxurious than this.
Capacity: 165 RV sites
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Novato RV Park
Want to see the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, or take a jaunt into California wine country? Novato RV Park is a good base camp for you right in San Francisco. Full hookups are available, as are a convenience store, a deli, and laundry facilities.
Capacity: 70 RV sites
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Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground
You can experience glamping in a whole new way on California's central coast, with a lounge, a restaurant, and more. Laundry facilities are available, and you can pay to wash your clothes with a debit or credit card. There are a variety of sites to book, depending on the length of your RV.
Capacity: 320 RV sites
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Malibu Beach RV Park
Malibu Beach RV Park is just off the Pacific Coast Highway, perfect for a West Coast camping stopover. You have access to full hookups, fire pits, and a laundry room. If you want to stay at an RV park in Malibu, this is the only one. But with both ocean and mountain views, it is one of the more gorgeous campgrounds on the West Coast.
Capacity: 142 RV sites
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Tamarisk Grove Campground
Tamarisk Grove Campground is located in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and its limited number of spaces are open to the public from October 1 to May 31 each year. Potable water is available for sale in the camp store, and there are fire rings and charcoal grills. Recognized as an International Dark Sky Park, the California stargazing is stunning here.
Capacity: 27 RV sites
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Go West Coast Camping in a Cruise America RV
As you can see, there is no shortage of RV campgrounds on the West Coast, but how will you get to them? Cruise America has a wide selection of RV rentals available that can help get you to whichever West Coast camping grounds you decide to visit. Give Cruise America a call today to start planning your next adventure.