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Summary

Driftwood is a campground designed for off-road vehicle enthusiasts to explore the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. It offers direct sand access, designated routes, and open riding zones for visitors to enjoy. Facilities include flush toilets, drinking water, and trash and recycling collection. The campground offers a nature experience with its beachcombing, swimming, sunbathing, and wildlife nearby.

Overview

Driftwood is an off-road vehicle-oriented campground that offers direct sand access to the thrilling Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Designated off-road vehicle routes and open riding zones are both nearby, making this campground a premier destination for off-roading enthusiasts. Driftwood attracts riders looking for the action of dune riding combined with the comfort of camping in a developed campsite.

Recreation

This is an outstanding destination for off-road vehicle enthusiasts. The Driftwood II off-road vehicle route begins at the campground and leads riders north into a large section of open sand dunes. This riding area extends all the way to South Jetty Road. 

For added variety, visitors can enjoy beachcombing, swimming, sunbathing, and watching sea birds at the nearby beach. If in season, whales may be spotted in the ocean as well. 

For other non-motorized hiking opportunities, visitors can explore the Waxmyrtle Trail, which follows the Siltcoos River from Waxmyrtle Campground to the beach. Elsewhere, visitors can hike the Lagoon Trail, which circles the Lagoon Campground. 

Facilities

The layout of the campground is a large parking lot with designated camping sites. Most sites have a picnic table and campfire ring, but RV pull-through sites 49-58 do not have these amenities. The campground has flush toilets, drinking water, and trash and recycling collection. 

Natural Features

Driftwood sits in the heart of Oregon's coastal dunes, a short distance from the beaches of the Pacific Coast. The Siltcoos River, which flows from Siltcoos Lake into the Pacific Ocean, is also nearby.

The campground is surrounded by coastal vegetation, including shore pine, waxmyrtle, huckleberry, and salal. A large section of open dunes is located north of the campground, with a designated off-road vehicle route leading riders through the forest to the open sand. 

A wide variety of wildlife species are present in this area.

Nearby Attractions

The nearby Siltcoos Lake offers bass, cutthroat trout, and rainbow trout fishing. Canoes and kayaks can also float the Siltcoos River.

For additional hiking opportunities, check out the Siltcoos Lake Trail and Taylor Dunes Trail, which are both located along Highway 101. 

South Jetty offers additional staging areas and riding areas for off-road vehicles.  

contact_info

For facility specific information, please call (541) 271-6000.

Charges & Cancellations

Campsites that are not occupied after 24 hours of arrival time will be considered as a "no show" and sites will be released for others to reserve. If campers will be arriving after 24 hours of their arrival time, they are encouraged to call the ranger station at 541-271-6000 to let staff know. 

Campground Matrix

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Nearby Campgrounds Distance Notification Rate
Lagoon
Siuslaw National Forest
0.3mi 100%
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0.3mi 100%
Siltcoos Sand Camping
Siuslaw National Forest
0.4mi
Waxmyrtle
Siuslaw National Forest
0.6mi 100%
Tyee
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1.1mi 100%
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