Covered Wagon Camping on the Oregon Coast

How fitting is it to sleep in a covered wagon while in Oregon? It would be cool anywhere- but if you think of Oregon it is definitely one of the images that comes to mind. Well…at least for me!

My Mom – peaking out from the door of the Covered Wagon

Twin Ranch has both covered wagon and tent sites. They all have a picnic table and fire pit. They even deliver the firewood to your site if you order some- We didn’t, but it is a nice service. Unfortunately there are no flush toilets- but you are camping…. The outhouses are clean though. 😀

The covered wagons have two double futons. They are bunk style. I slept on the one in the bottom of the wagon with Jack. My Mom slept on the top bunk- (about 3 feet off the ground).

The inside of our wagon- there is actually a lot of space in front of the sleeping area.
Jack and me checking out the place upon arrival

Jack loved it! We had tried tent camping a year ago- and he had been too scared. I was very excited that this was a success. Bonus- I got the privilege of snuggling Jack (my dog) all night.

Jack found it very comfortable!

One thing that I liked about staying here was the location. We could explore a lot of different parts of the Oregon Coast easily.

  • 7 minutes to Tillamock
  • 9 minutes to Garibaldi
  • 15 minutes to Rockaway Beach
  • 22 Minutes to Oceanside
  • 29 Minutes to Pacific City
  • 32 Minutes to Manzanita
  • 44 Minutes to Neskowin
  • 53 minutes to Cannon Beach
  • 1 hour to Seaside
  • 1 hour and 8 minutes to Lincoln City
  • 1 hour 23 minutes to Astoria
  • 1 hour 30 minutes from Portland
  • 1 hour 35 minutes to Newport
  • 1hour 57 minutes to Corvallis
  • 2 hours 37 Min to Eugene

We had a fun time! I definitely plan to go back. It is an affordable way to explore the Oregon Coast. And it’s Pet Friendly!

Astoria

Cannon Beach

Garibaldi

Manzanita

Neskowin

Oceanside

Pacific City

Rockaway Beach

Seaside

Tillamock

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