Coho RV Park & Marina in Reedsport, Oregon.

The People’s Coast.
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Make Coho RV Park & Marina your homebase while exploring the area. With both pull-thru and back-in sites, you’ll be able to set up with ease. You’ll be close to lots of restaurants and attractions, while being right on the river! The perfect spot to reconnect with nature and enjoy the beauty of Oregon. All sites have picnic tables and full hookups.

Coho RV Premium Pull Thru site with camper and picnic tables and hookups.

Pull-Thru RV Sites

Pull-thrus varying in length. They are fully paved with spacious grassy lawns. 

Coho levy RV site with nice views of the grass and water and trees

Levee RV Site

Spacious paved sites along the Levee. Close to the marina with convenient pet area.

Coho RV Meadow Site with nice shade from the trees and big field.

Meadow RV Site

Shaded back-in sites close to the dog area. These sites range from 37-50 feet.

Coho Winchester site alongside the right side of the park running alongisde the trees and winchester avenue.

Winchester RV Site

Spacious back-in sites that run along Winchester Avenue. Sites range from 36-58 feet.

Many Fun Activities & Attractions

Reedsport is a popular destination, especially during fishing season. From the ocean to the mountains, Oregon has everything you need for a fun adventure year round! Step into rich history of this town and see for yourself.

Salmon and Crab Fishing

Deer and Elk Hunting

MTB Trails and Singletrack

Hiking and Climbing

Restaurants and Nightlife

Visit Oregon's Dunes

Oregon Dunes National Park

The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is a special place. One of the largest expanses of temperate coastal sand dunes in the world, the stark, mist-shrouded views of dunes, forests, and ocean in such close proximity to one another are rare and hauntingly beautiful. Many plants and animals, including some found in few other places, call this area home. In 1972, Congress designated this 31,500-acre portion of the Siuslaw National Forest as a National Recreation Area in recognition of its unique values.

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