Portside RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
Port in a storm
The people in the office were very nice and friendly. They allowed us to park and setup and come back later to check in. We stopped here as we couldn't proceed into California. Fires, wind and power outages prevented us from crossing the border and continuing on. The park is clean, well keep, and nestled in a little canyon right across from the harbor. It's close proximity to the town allows you access to everything if you're driving. If you crave Mexican food, it's a walk across the street. Seems like a lot of mobile home spots that are permanent residents. WiFi at the back of the park is almost nonexistent. But closer to the office it works well. Dog areas are mostly gravel on the side of the parks circle drive. The laundry and restrooms were very clean. The entire park is pretty much paved or concreted. There is another RV park just down the street, but this one seems nicer due to the high canyon walls. Had full hookups, and was quiet. We were at the far back, a pull-thru. It was windy during the evening, and even though we were at the back of the park, we did experience some rocking. No road noise at all.
I'd stay again if I was in town.
If I wanted ambiance, I'd head up the coast to Sea Perch RV Park in Yachats. But they're $98 a night.
Great location, friendly staff!
Portside is an extremely clean, well kept park right across the street from the harbor and just a short walk to the restaurants and shops in the marina. We really enjoyed our stay. The front desk ladies were very helpful and more than welcoming. The young man that led us to our site volunteered to help with our hookups and came back later to see if we were doing ok. Some really good restaurants were within walking distance including a new Mexican food place across the street. We will visit Portside again!
My boyfrirnd and I had a wonderful time at the brookings coast for Fourth of July week; spending time with family, exploring the tidepools and enjoying the amazing beach weather. All in all it was a great time, minus the extraordinary display of discrimination that came from the owners of Portside RV Park. I give my fullest thanks and appreciation to the onsite management of Portside RV Park who fought for us to be able to stay and apologized end over end for the words and actions of the owners.
Truly kind management, friendly and caring! Went beyond to make us feel welcome despite all of the bumps in the road.
Owners on the other hand wouldn't allow myself and my boyfriend, a disabled vet to stay or visit with family due to our appearance.. my fire engine red hair (and im sure my piercings/tattoos) and his mountain man beard. They made a quick judgment on our character based on our appearance, and yet never once came around to apologize for themselves. If they would have taken the time to introduce themselves they would have found out that I have been a nanny for over 10 years and that my boyfriend gave 3 years of his life to the Army for his country. The owners only came around after we had gone.