There are multiple camping options at Harris Beach State Park from bike/backpacking sites to yurts.
Hiker/Biker sites are $5 per night per person.
Tent sites are $20 per night.
Trailer sites are $30 per night.
Yurts are $43 per night.
There is no fee for day use.
Featuring panoramic ocean views, hot showers, and family-friendly amenities, Harris Beach State Park is a piece of paradise in Brookings, Oregon. From simple hiker/biker sites to heated yurts, the park offers a variety of camping options. Just a short walk from the campground, the beach is accessible from multiple trails.
Less than two miles from the shops and restaurants in downtown Brookings, Harris Beach State Park is close to several attractions including Azalea Park and Chetco Brewing Company. After a day of exploring the rugged beaches, visitors can grab a bite at Fat Irish Kitchen and Pub. Made with Guinness and a heavy dose of whiskey, their Fat Mary is amazing!
What Makes It Great
Rising above the sea, the well-maintained campground at Harris Beach State Park offers 23 electrical sites with water, 33 electrical sites with water and cable, 34 full RV sites, 59 tent sites, and 6 modestly furnished yurts equipped with electricity and heating. Each site includes a fire pit and picnic area. Firewood is sold on site.
A popular family destination, the campground at Harris Beach State Park features a playground complete with swings, slides, and a jungle gym. In the summer, an ice cream truck makes its way around the park offering treats to campers. The park’s Junior Ranger Program offers kids the opportunity to learn about plants, animals, and park protection as well as the chance to earn rewards by completing program activities.
Harris Beach State Park is one of the most comfortable campgrounds along the Oregon Coast. The heated bathrooms and hot showers (no quarters required) are especially nice given the area’s normally chilly climate. Everything is clean and well-maintained. The camp hosts are extremely friendly and helpful.
On-site activities include hiking, evening campfire programs (summer months only), and beach combing. At low tide, visitors are treated to pools of sea life including starfish, anemones, and hermit crabs.
Who is Going to Love It
Harris Beach State Park is a must for visitors of all ages. With several beach access trails, campsite programs and activities, there is something here for everyone.
Directions, Parking, & Regulations
From Eugene, Oregon, get on I-105 E. Merge onto Coburg Rd. Slight right to merge onto I-105 E toward I-5/Springfield/Portland. Follow I-5 S to US-199 S in Josephine County. Take exit 55 from I-5 S. Merge onto I-105 E. Take exit 4A to merge onto I-5 S toward Roseburg and drive 138 miles. Take exit 55 to merge onto US-199 S toward Crescent City. Continue on US-199 S. Merge onto US-199 S. Drive 75 miles. Take slight light right onto CA-197 N for 76 miles. Turn left toward Old US Hwy 101. Continue onto Old US Hwy 101. Harris Beach State Park is on the left.