Located in the center of town on Brooten Road is the cutest little
park playground. It is sponsored by the Presbyterian Church located
directly behind it. It is a common sight to see our local teens in a basketball
game or the juniors playing on the park equipment. It is free and open
to the public.
Public Park at the north end of PC. This small park is on
the bank of the Big Nestucca (next to the boat launch and Nestucca Sporting
Goods). It has a nice extended deck overlooking the river and has
nice clean public rest rooms. It has 3 picnic tables and BBQs and
benches to watch the kids play on the spring bounce playground equipment
in the center of a nice grassy area. It is open and accessible year round
and is free.
Woods Campground is located at the northern end of Pacific City
at the Woods Bridge (stay on Brooten Road until you see the bridge).
It is a one acre park nestled right on the bank of the Big Nestucca giving
easy access to the river for fishing. It has a common shelter with tables
and BBQ pits. It has flush toilets, 5 full hook ups, and 4 campsites.
Fees start at $12 for camping and $25 for full hookups. Extra vehicle,
RV and tent charges. No firewood is sold at Woods. Reservations are available
during the summer on a limited basis. Seasonal campground-closes in winter.
For information during the summer call 503-965-5001, or 503-322-3522
Webb Park Campground
This 3-acre facility is located at the Cape Kiwanda Recreation Area
and is open year around. The campground offers easy access to the beach
where anglers launch Dory boats directly into the surf. Site facilities
consist of 34 campsites of which 7 have electric/water hookup with very
limited day use parking ($2.00 day use fee). Two-way trailer dump station.
Rest rooms with showers are accessible. Fees are $12 or $15 for dry camping
and $25 for hookups. Extra vehicle and tent charges. Wood and rabbit food
(for the numerous beach bunnies) is available for purchase during the summer
when in supply. Reservations are available during the summer on a limited
basis. For information during the summer call 503-965-5001, or 503-322-3522
Whalen Island Park & Campground
Located just 4.5 miles north of Pacific City on the 3 Capes Scenic
Loop. Whalen Island is an 8-acre overnight campground and is surrounded
on three sides by the Sand Lake Estuary and abuts an Oregon State Park
Natural Area of 200 acre. Shore birds and Bald Eagles are common sights.
Park facilities consist of 30 campsites (no hookups), but does have dump
station, rest rooms, fishing, crabbing, swimming and hiking. Pets are allowed
on leash. Closed in winter. Fees are $12 and $15 per night;
there are extra vehicle and tent charges, and a nominal day use fee collected
by camp hosts. Wood is available for purchase during the summer.
Reservations are available during the summer on a limited basis.
For information during the summer call 503-965-6085, or 503-322-3522
For more info on the Tillamook County Parks and
campgrounds, click HERE.
Bob Straub State Park
Bob Straub Park is Pacific City's pride and joy. It is located
on the spit created by the Big Nestucca River and is home to many species
of wildlife. It has trails for hiking and horses and is our southernmost
beach access. It has a large paved parking lot, picnic tables, and
ADA restrooms (but is not the best beach access for the handicapped due
to climbing the dune). It is open year around and is free to the
public for day use only.
Call 800-551-6949 for more info.
Cape Kiwanda State Park
Cape Kiwanda is the southernmost cape of the 3 capes scenic drive.
It is the smallest of the 3 capes, but offers the most diverse day usage.
Besides the view on the peninsula, it offers a huge dune for climbing,
jumping, and hang gliding. It is also home to the pristine Kiwanda Marine
Gardens with tidal pools and marine creatures.
It is easy to find... just look for the "rock"...
Call 800-551-6949 for more info.
Sand Beach Campgrounds
Sand Beach is located about 6 miles north of Pacific City on 3 Capes
Drive and is commonly used for the ATVers that frequent the Sandlake Dunes.
But it is also used by nature lovers and fishermen. It has 2 areas with
40 and 100 paysites for tents or trailers with flushing and vault toilets
but no hookups. Drinking water is available. Just a short walk to
the ocean. Call 1-877-444-6777 for more info or reservations.
There are several private RV Parks and Campgrounds in the Business