Beverly Beach Campground

Beverly Beach Campground
Oregon Department of Transportation is constructing a new highway 101 bridge, to be completed late 2008.
Activities related to the ODOT bridge construction project may cause heavy noise disturbance during your stay at Beverly Beach. Due to the close proximity of the project and the nature of the work the noise cannot entirely be avoided. Unfortunately some work will have to be done in the evenings and on Saturdays.
At times the beach access trail may be closed for short periods. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Beverly beach has the following types of sites: 21 yurts, 53 full hookups (30 with cable), 128 tent sites, and 75 electrical sites.
A centralized Trash Compactor/Recycling Center is located near the registration booth for the disposal of garbage and recycling materials.
Only one vehicle is included with each individual campsite reservation. A second vehicle is $5.00 per night (paid at the park upon arrival) and is permitted only if both vehicles have all wheels on pavement pad. This is to protect natural resources. Two vehicle maximum allowed per site. This includes tow vehicle. Additional extra vehicles must park in a designated area away from the campsite and pay a $5.00 per vehicle, per night fee.


Beverly Beach
198 Ne 123rd St
Newport OR 97365

Beverly Beach is located 7 miles north of Newport and 7 miles south of Depoe Bay. Mailing address: 198 NE 123rd St, Newport, OR. 97365. Turn east off Hwy 101 (at the sign) onto 123rd St. Park entrance is 500 feet.

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