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“Sea Ranch RV can be a great camping experience if you plan ahead”

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Sea Ranch RV Park & Stables
Reviewed 20 June 2009

I understand the frustration of some of these reviews. There is a strip of tent sites along the road that are small and poorly designed with no privacy from the road and ponies. However with a little advanced planning and camping prep this can be a wonderful and affordable place to camp. 1) Reserve early in advance, there are some great campsites here if you look for them. 2) Bring your own firewood. 3) The family bathrooms around the backside of the restroom facility are an awesome but well hidden secret. 4) The campground is only a two minute walk to downtown CB, ridiculously convenient. With a little due diligence this campground can provide a great experience, but if you just show up and hope for the best you could be in for a disappointment.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled with family
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Reviewed 29 September 2008

The nightmare began when I booked a RV site at the beginning of September for the middle of the month. We wanted to stay one week. Upon arriving, there was a short Hispanic lady behind the counter who was terribly rude. Instead of greeting us, she launched right into a spiel about what we COULDN'T do and how much everything cost. The campground does have a laundry facility, but it's $2.00 each to wash & dry - OUTRAGEOUS! The restroom facilities were filthy and the door didn't stay latched, so there was no privacy. The campground also has a general store and espresso bar, but the prices were ungodly. Overall, I would NOT suggest this place to anyone. The prices would have been tolerable if the customer service had been better.

  • Stayed: September 2008
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Reviewed 30 August 2008

This was the worst stay ever! At check in an oriental lady was yelling at people to wait their turn. The tent sites and cabins are right on top of each other, there is horse poop everywhere and the bathroom showers are the shortest and dirtiest ever. In the evening we were washing clothes in the laundry and needed quarters we went to the same lady and of course she was her same "lovely" self telling us we had to go to Seaside up the road to Safeway to get quarters. After finding nice locals in town and getting a local place to give us quarters, we went back got all our laundry in washers and dryers to have this lady come tell us to get our stuff out of the washers and dryers because she was closing, UNBELIEVABLE!! You would have thought when we were asking for quarters she would have said she would be closing soon. In the morning when we were getting coffee the attitude continued with this lady (I believe to be the manager). You could not put creamer in your coffee prior to putting coffee in it and you were not able to put the creamer in yourself, this "lady" I guess needs to save money so she pours the creamer in herself. Never again will we stay in these stables!!

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled with family
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Reviewed 26 July 2008

We rented a cabin and stayed 3 nights. I wasn't sure what to expect because I had heard that they were very basic, but for a cabin that just has what you need, we were very pleased. It was very clean and the shower always had hot water. The futon was a lot more comfortable than the bed so since there were just 2 of us (in technically a 4 person cabin) we slept on the futon.

Keep in mind that there is only a little fridge and a microwave in the kitchenette so when it says "bring your own cooking supplies" don't worry about filling your trunk with pots and pans because there's no where to use them. But there is a nice fireplace outside which has a grill over it so you can cook on there easily. Bring your own firewood if you can though because the only place to get it is the town store and it's ridiculously expensive there ($5 for a bundle with only 4 pieces).

Overall, the experience was very nice and it's located very close to town so the next time we come to Cannon Beach we'll stay here again.

Stayed: July 2008
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Reviewed 27 August 2007

When I made reservations and found out that our site bordered the road I called back to see about moving to a different site. I was informed that there was a bank between us and the road and that people often request that site. Well the bank was about 2 feet high, the cars go by at all hours of the night, and we were side by side with no extra breathing room to the everyone else. The one plus was they have sinks on the outside of the restrooms for doing your dishes. The showers are very short and I am 5'2" tall! The one door to the the one bathroom stall didn't latch and often would swing open so no privacy. Definitey not romantic. We also were right by the horse trail and on the second day the horse left a present and no one came back to clean it up (Phew!).

  • Stayed: August 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 August 2007

We like the bunnies hopping around the property, and the family atmosphere. A plus for those who like to ride horses are the stables at this campground, where you can rent horses for riding on the beach. (The downside is the sometimes strong horse smell that permeated our tent loop.) We were very disappointed in the tent sites; many, including ours, were postage-stamp size with tiny picnic tables, little privacy, and huge mud-puddles. Additionally, the bathrooms were not well maintained during our stay, and we felt nickle-and-dimed. Be warned: each "sleeping unit" (i.e., tent) is billed separately. We were not experienced enough to interpret the printed information this way, and were not told ahead of time about this, so instead of one family-sized tent we came with two tents...one for the kids, one for the parents. Yikes! Our camping bill started to rival a hotel bill. Each tent, each person, each car is billed. We would stay here again, but only with ONE tent, an extra camp table, and in a tent site that is larger and more private. Guess we're spoiled by the beautiful Oregon State Park system, and not used to private campgrounds.

  • Stayed: August 2007, travelled with family
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Thank TentMom
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Reviewed 10 August 2007

The tent site we stayed in was horrible. It was only a small tent width wide and twice as long and backs onto the highway so you hear traffic all night. There are some cool looking cabins (no pets allowed in the cabins) and some decent looking campsites if you book them in advance though. They have warm showers and bathrooms and are right across the street almost from cannon beach which is a huge bonus. We never rode but apparently they have beach horseback riding.

  • Stayed: August 2007, travelled as a couple
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Address: 415 N Fir St, PO Box 214, Cannon Beach, OR 97110-3018
Region: United States > Oregon > Oregon Coast > Cannon Beach
Hotel Style:
Ranked #7 of 7 Speciality Lodging in Cannon Beach
Price Range: £21 - £63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 80
Also Known As:
Sea Ranch Rv Park And Stables
Sea Ranch Rv Park & Stables Hotel Cannon Beach

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