Cable TV at some sites. Short walk to dock where a family was easily catching fish. Lots of blue-green algae particles and a warning about pets drinking and swimming in lake. Still a very nice park as are all of Oregon's State Parks. Pleasant, helpful people at check-in booth. Stayed here with my pet. My space was level and this is my second visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pretty park but didn't see any pull-through sites. No Wi-Fi. Not sure about the TV hookup. Very shady. Lake within walking distance. Very rural feeling for being in a city the size of Lincoln City. Great price! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for 3 nights in this park and it was a pleasure. Nice, tiled restrooms - and they were clean! The sites are paved but somewhat narrow. With a slide out you have to watch the power pedestal and the pavement. Off the pavement on one side and you are not going to be level. The hookups worked fine and Virgin mobile worked to our satisfaction too. Some sites are too short for bigger RV's. We had to search a bit for a spot for our 35' 5th-wheel, however no problem for getting in and out. Short walk to lake and info center and even into downtown and the waterfront. We will definitely stay here again next time we are around. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great value. Great location. Short walk to lake (and boat dock). Short walk to information center. Paved sites. Showers were hot and nice. FCFS - can only book for one night at a time. Reservations are accepted. Most sites were level and large enough for slides. Full hook ups - $23. Recycling available. Big rigs will find it tight and only a few sites will be suitable. The tow vehicle would not likely fit into the site with a big rig. Our car would not fit (we have a 34 ft Class A). We could not back into some of the large enough sites because of trees and a narrow access road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The family and I had a great time at this park. The dock is within walking distance, the restrooms are very clean, and the staff is friendly. Each RV pad is an asphalt strip with a picnic table and a fire/grill pit. The brush is maintained to provide privacy. We will return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a small rig. The staff are very friendly and helpful. We had no reservation. Access to the beach is close. We found this location to be damp and a bit muddy, but it has been a wet summer. There are short hiking trails and access to the boat dock. A solid place to stay on the Oregon coast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground with nice amenities, friendly staff. Got in without a reservation and stayed for one night and enjoyed this park and Lincoln City. Cable TV was a bonus as was the short walk to beach. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here several times when we couldn't get into one our favorite places. This is a place uses as a last resort for us. Not our favorite place. Tough to get level. Very wet, damp and dark more often than not. Slight road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a lovely campground for a stop over or for visiting surrounding area. The showers could do to be updated but they were clean and there was plenty of hot water. We really enjoyed our one night stay here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have enjoyed this park many times over the years. We feel Oregon state parks are among the best we have camped in. Paved sites with greenery in between sites for privacy. Path to the Lake. Across Hwy 101 from ocean. Walk to shops and restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pretty park, easy access from Hwy. Sites are treed and quite level but not that large. Our 38' Class A filled the driveway, and additional parking for tow vehicles is scarce. Definitely a park we'll return to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Devils Lake is tucked along Highway 101 in the middle of Lincoln City. In November it is a wet campground, with A loop nearly always closed by now - but if you can get a spot, and they are hard to come by, do visit. Part of the world class Oregon Park system, Devil's Lake is no exception. The park features a lakefront dock, a connecting boardwalk through nearby wetlands connecting to a rustic kayak and small boat launch. Walk a bit further to oft visited D River state park at the Pacific ocean. Our stay was puctuated by high winds, making the ocean a spectacular show. The park provided cable and full hook-ups were very welcome due to the heavy rains - and the sheltered nature of this park becomes very apparent when the ocean winds reach gale force. This is a great park from a people standpoint this time of year, as most are shopping or enjoying a show at the nearby tribal facility. Tehy only come in at night, and are quiet after dark. For small children the smaller loops, lake and ocean walking access, and the interesting plants all make for a memorable and non-commercial time. We come back to this park again and again, and make new memories every time. The restrooms are older, and the showers are limited to B-loop - so you will be treking if you need that facility. Everything is Oregon State Parks clean and quiet, with enthusiastic Rangers and volunteer hosts. You can't beat an Oregon State Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Most sites were muddy and had some standing water in them. This is a great location and a decent campground. Think this campground is worth going to only if it has not been raining for a bit to give it time to dry out. Sites not very level. Good plant growth between most campsites giving you some privacy even though sites are somewhat close together. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of our favorite parks and I'm surprised it was not listed earlier. It is virtually downtown Lincoln City but a rural-campground feeling. The winter rate was only $18 which included cable TV. We were here during a winter storm but felt well protected from the wind in this little cove by Devil's lake. Many of the sites were floods with 2-4" of water but we easily found one that wasn't and knew it would not get worse since it had been raining hard before our arrival. Unfortunately for the state park system but fortunate for us, very few other campers were parked here. We checked the other RV parks in Lincoln City but preferred this park for its privacy, grass, trail to the lake, quiet, dark (no flood lights through the skylight at night), price and feeling of safety during the storm. I can highly recommend...could not give the park a "10" because it lacked WIFI and did not have a pool or laundry. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.