Remember back when you were a kid and went off to summer camp? Step back in time at this charming, beachfront family vacation spot on 2 secluded acres. Just outside 6 cabins are miles of sandy beach for exploring, surfing, strolling, shelling, making sand castles and excellent driftwood forts.A two mile beach walk into Yachats (at low tide) will connect you to the 804 trail head along the rocks in yachats. Hike or drive through old growth cedar forests to Cape Perpetua, the highest drivable point on the Oregon Coast. Come enjoy this unique cabin style camping experience that is sure to please everyone in the family.
Main Cabin (Bait House): Fully Equipped Kitchen including, fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker/ grinder, and cookware and utensils. Long double bunks to sleep 4, dining area with seating up 10, Cable TV/DVD, Wood Stove. The Taj Mahal Cabin: 2 double beds, kitchenette with small fridge, microwave, coffeemaker, and hot plate. Table with seating for 2, Toilet only bathroom. Star Cabin: (like a yurt) 2 single beds. Outdoor Kitchen area: Bar counter with stools, working sink, gas grill and charcoal grill perfect for a crab, clam, and oyster feeds/barbeques. The New Cabin: Queen bed and futon sofa sleeper, half bath. Nip and Tuck Cabin: 2 double beds, sitting area. The Tent Cabin: 2 single beds, desk with chair. The Bath Cabin: full bath with shower/tub 2 seperate sink areas and closed off toilet area. Toy Shed: assortment of toys for all ages. Laundry Shed: Washer/Dryer located just off main cabin. 2 fire pits for making smores or just enjoying camp fires. 1 is located by the outdoor kitchwen area and the second is between the New cabin and the Nip and Tuck. 2 diffrerent beach access located in same areas as fire pits. Unique hot tub great for soaking after a day on the beach. 1/4 wine cask sauna perfect for 2, sits behind the bath cabin and next to an private outdoor shower with hot and cold water. WiFi access Linens provided Pets ok $30 pet fee applies No smoking Note: $25 reservation fee applies
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Magical beach retreat Jacob Z. from Portland, OR recommends this property.
Stayed for 4 days in July, 2014 This was one of the best vacations in years. The setting was perfect. The weather was perfect. We could not have asked for anything better. This is the perfect spot for large family / friend group vacations with children.
Camp One A guest from Boise, ID does not recommend this property.
Stayed for 7 days in October, 2013 Bait house needs a deep cleaning including windows & sills. Outside lights burned out, shower handle was from sink so hard to adjust temp. Hot tub missing seats. Uncomfortable sleeping on bunks in bait house. Wiring is kind of a nightmare, kept flipping breakers when too many appliances on. On positive side, great location with nearness to beach. Would suggest trimming some of the foliage on beach side so could view ocean more from property.
Return to Camp One A guest from bend, OR recommends this property.
Stayed for 7 days in July, 2013 We have been using Ocean Odyssey for over 10 years. During that time, we have stayed in 12 different homes. We found them to be clean, well taken care of and exactly as advertised.When a situation called for their assistance, they were quick to respond.The Ocean Odyssey team is a winner!
The best Oregon Coast vacation rental idea EVER A guest from Sheridan, Wyoming recommends this property.
Stayed for 7 days in July, 2013 We just discovered this vacation rental last summer -and it is pretty darn amazing. The amazingness can be summed up thusly:*A plethora of beach cabins practically sitting right on the beach! And they're all yours!*An outdoor shower!!*Hot tub with an ocean view!*Beautiful beach + funky cabins = fun for the family :)We plan to come back again this summer!There were a few issues that I think management could look into, though...-None of the cabins had been cleaned very well when we arrived, and at least two hadn't been cleaned at all -they still had unmade beds from the previous guests... the kitchen in the bait cabin in particular was very dirty. Not just a cabin-by-the-beach kind of dirty, but food still on the stove and counters kind of dirty. We spent our first evening walking around and picking up a lot of trash from the grounds, washing towels as there were many left dirty in the laundry cabin, wiping down the kitchen counters and sweeping up all the food from the kitchen floor. We didn't make a to-do about it or call the property management, as we assumed that perhaps the group before us was very large (and messy) and the cleaning staff were maybe overwhelmed and ran out of time that day or something...-the outdoor shower runs out of hot water VERY quickly, which is too bad as it is such an awesome feature!-The beds in the Bait House and in the Taj Mahal are hella uncomfortable.. my husband and I plan to bring maybe an air mattress or something to help the Taj Mahal bed out a bit our next visit.. I didn't try the beds in the other cabins, but the kids said they were pretty hard (I think they are just foam bits over plywood, so I suppose that would make sense)Regardless, the whole family agreed that returning to Camp One for our annual Oregon coast trip is a must!