Welcome to Midway RV Park in Coos Bay Oregon. This beautiful well manicured RV Park offers all of the amenities and comforts of home. Visit them soon and relax. Find Oregon RV Parks near Coos Bay Oregon 97420. You'll be sure to create memories the whole family can enjoy for generations.
Midway RV Park is situated along the scenic Cape Arago Highway, between Coos Bay and Charleston, Oregon. With it's beautiful northwestern scenery and the refreshing ocean air, this park is a destination unlike any other. RVer's will love the large sites, immaculate private restrooms and showers, the beautiful landscaping, and especially the hard-working staff who go out of their way to make EVERY guests stay here a memorable one! As you look over this site, please take time to view the Photos page, and see for yourself what you'll be enjoying when you visit us!
All Spaces 50 AMP
Private Spa Bath
Private Restrooms and Showers
Extra Large Spaces
Free Extended Basic Cable
Modem Hook-Up (in Rec. Room)
Paved, Clean & Landscaped
Planned Activities For Guests
Park Caters To Seniors
Aside from the park itself being a top-notch destination for RVer's, the area surrounding us is a vacationer's dream! We're only 1/2 mile from the bay, where guests can enjoy crabbing, clamming, fishing, beachcombing, or just take in the breathtaking view of our Pacific coast sunsets! The beach is only a few miles down the road as well, and there you can enjoy picnicing, tide pools, whale watching, swimming, EVEN surfing!
Coos Bay itself has a lot to offer visitors as well. There's The Mill Hotel and Casino, Little Theater On The Bay, LOADS of great shopping, great seafood, and Really great people! The area has become a haven for retired 'young' people, and for good reason. The crime rate is low, it's not too crowded, the locals are kind and hospitable, and there's plenty for ANY active retiree to do!
Local Points Of Interest-
Shore Acres State Park & Botanical Gardens - 6 miles
Sunset Beach State Park - 4 miles
The Mill Resort & Casino - 5 miles
Horsefall Beach and Dunes - 10 miles
Bandon Dunes Golf Course - 30 miles
Pony Village Mall - 4 miles
Little Theater On The Bay - 5 miles
The Bandon Cheese Factory - 33 miles
The natural scenic beauty of the bay, rivers, lakes, and dunes provide a peaceful lifestyle and hours of recreational activities. The city is within 20 minutes of the Pacific Ocean, hiking, fishing, beachcombing, picnicking, and camping.
Visit downtown’s Coos Art Museum for world class exhibits. Enjoy the nationally acclaimed Oregon Coast Music Festival in July. Visit the annual holiday lights display with over 200,000 lights at nearby Shore Acres State Park in December. Coos Bay’s downtown farmer’s market on Wednesdays is popular with residents and visitors from March through October. With the ocean just a few miles away, the Bay, and abundant coastal rivers and forests, residents enjoy great fishing and a wide variety of outdoor activities.
Art, history and culture
The Coos Art Museum is located in downtown Coos Bay in the building that was the former city post office. The permanent collection includes contemporary American prints and Northwest art, in addition to changing and permanent exhibitions. Several galleries display local artists. The Steve Prefontaine Memorial Collection is located on the 2nd floor. www.coosart.org.
For a look at local history, visit the Coos Historical and Maritime Museum located next to Simpson Park on Hwy 101 in North Bend. The museum’s displays transport visitors back in time to Coos and Coquille Indians’ culture and the legacy of the region’s first settlers. www.cooshistory.org. The Marshfield Sun Printing Museum, located on Front Street, offers a look at the unique turn of the century newspaper and printing shop. The Marshfield Sun weekly newspaper began publication in 1891 and continued until 1944.
The Oregon Coast Historic Rail Museum displays railroad and logging equipment in an outdoor setting and is located between the Bay and Hwy 101 near Ingersoll Street. On display are a restored 1922 Baldwin steam locomotive that worked in the region’s forests, and sawmill and logging equipment. The museum and gift shop holds a small collection of photos and railroad memorabilia www.orcorail.org.
A combination of great weather and scenic beauty make the Bay Area a golfer’s paradise.
There are five golf courses ranging from family owned to nationally known courses, each providing a unique experience.
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is a nationally known course and offers three unique courses, a pro shop, lodge and restaurant, cabins, and a pub featuring breathtaking views of the ocean, forest, and dunes.
Bandon Crossings is a new course designed around the natural contours of sand dunes, over streams and into open coast forest. Watson Ranch, located south of Coos Bay, is open year round and is a semi-private course open to the public with golf pro and riving range.
Sunset Bay Golf Course in located three miles south of the community of Charleston adjoining Sunset Bay State Park. This is a family friendly course in a natural valley setting adjacent to camping, picnicking and the beach.
Festivals and Events
Events planned within the City of Coos Bay include a variety of community gatherings to encourage social interaction among family and friends. Additional events held in Bandon, Charleston, Coquille, Lakeside and North Bend offer an even wider option for residents to enjoy. A list of festivals and events is available at www.oregonsadventurecoast.com with a brief list as follows:
• Farmer’s Market, May through October
• Charleston Crab Feed, February
• Jazz Festival, March
• Clamboree, June
• 4th of July in Mingus Park
• Oregon Coast Music Festival, July
• North Bend July Jubilee
• Coos County Fair, July
• Charleston Seafood Festival, August
• Blackberry Arts Festival, August
• Bay Area Fun Festival, September
• Prefontaine Run, September
• Bandon Cranberry Festival, September
• Tree Lighting Ceremony, November through New Years Eve
Midway between San Francisco and Seattle on scenic Highway 101
The Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston area is an all season destination, with sporting opportunities, from fishing to tackling the Oregon Sand Dunes. Explore our bay beaches, hiking trails, and beauty of our parks.
The City of Coos Bay is located on the Pacific Coast Highway, US 101, midway between San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA, on Oregon’s south coast. “Oregon’s Bay Area”, Coos Bay, shares a position on the Bay with the City of North Bend and the unincorporated village of Charleston. The Bay, with its sloughs and inlets, is the largest coastal estuary in the state and is the largest deep-draft maritime commerce center between the Columbia River and San Francisco Bay.