Fisherman’s RV Park is nestled in a secluded cove, beneath a lush green forest of Douglas Fir, Cedar, and Pine trees. The surrounding waters provide some the best Salmon, Trout, Steelhead, and Bottom Fishing in the Pacific Northwest.
Please note: Sand dunes are about 2 miles from our location and requires ATV’s be trailered to local sand dune areas.
Located in Winchester Bay’s, Salmon Harbor on Oregon’s south coast, you will find yourself surrounded by lakes, streams, rivers, and the majestic Pacific Ocean. All of which offer up an opportunity for you to catch the big one! Be sure and check out the Gallery for pictures of the big ones that did not get away.
- 70 full hook-up sites w/30 amps, some 50 amps
- Electric, water, sewer and garbage included
- Clean bathrooms and free showers
- Laundry facility
- Fish cleaning station
- Boat wash area
We do not offer cable TV, however most sites are wired for cable and internet service through Charter Cable Company which you can arrange for service with them.
Crabs, crabs and more crabs!!
If you have your taste buds set on some of the finest tasting crab, then Fisherman’s RV is the place to stay. Dungeness Crabs can be caught from several of the docks throughout the Winchester Bay harbor.
If you do not have crab pots, just about every store in town carries them for sale or rent, and they sell bait too.
If fishing and crabbing aren’t to your liking, but eating is, you may want to check out the Sportsman’s Cannery. They have crab and a wide variety of other local seafood available for sale. Be sure and pick up one of their catalogs for those off season cravings. They ship world wide.
There are also several restaurants in the area that serve crab and other seafood delights as part of their daily menu.
Fishing and boating
We are within walking distance of the public docks for fishing and crabbing in the bay. If you brought your own boat, the Salmon Harbor Marina offers all size boat moorage and services. If you don’t have a boat, there are several charter fishing boats to choose from.
The surrounding forests are filled with all forms of wild life such as deer, elk and birds. It is not uncommon for deer to roam through the park in the early mornings and evenings.
A five minute drive will put you at the trail head of Lake Marie. The trail winds around the lake for a refreshing 2 mile walk.
For the non-outdoor type
If fishing and hiking is not your cup of tea, may may want to spend some time shopping the many gift and specialty shops in the area. There are a number of resturants in the are that serve a wide variety of seafood delights and spirits. Many are within easy walking distance of Fisherman’s RV Park.