Park Information

It's small and intimate, so you'll feel right at home.
 
Seal Rocks RV Cove is not your typical park. We offer no concrete, just lots of trees, shrubs, grass and privacy, plus great ocean views. Enjoy tranquility and old-fashioned hospitality in a lovely natural setting. Native rhododendron, huckleberry, salal and salmonberry abound.

  • Newport, 10 miles north, has ocean fishing, great restaurants, an old-fashioned waterfront, a world-class aquarium, fantastic local oysters, a postcard harbor and bridge, and lots of fun things to do.

  • Waldport, 5 miles south, offers abundant crab in the bay and wonderful river fishing.

 
Seal Rocks RV Cove map
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Seal Rock Beach & Tidepools

We simply have the most interesting beach in all of Oregon.

  • Elephant Rock and the Needles enclose the beach, forming a large cove where seals frolic and families can play without big waves.
  • Great fishing off these rocks, with dramatic wave action breaking over them.
  • Biggest and best tide pools you've ever seen, teeming with life
  • Delicious littleneck clams to dig
  • Driftwood for shelters and cookouts
  • A stream for dam building and youngsters' play
  • Great vistas north and south
  • Whales stop to feed on the offshore shelf.
  • Brilliant sunsets
  • Learn more about the history of Seal Rock
  • Learn more about the geology of Seal Rock
 
seal Seal Rock is full of artists and has several galleries, plus the best Japanese restaurant in Oregon. Three historic lighthouses are nearby.