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5 RV Beach Camping Destinations: Fall Out of Your RV Onto the Sand

RV Beach Camping in Charlestown Breachway, Rhode Island

If you are looking for a place to fish, Charlestown Breachway, Rhode Island offers some of the best saltwater fishing in the area. This area also offers great bird watching in addition to beach activities, boating, and canoeing.

Charlestown Breachway is great for a quiet getaway. There are no electrical or sewer hookups so it may be best to save for a quick weekend, not a longer stay. Campsites face the beach and you can enjoy natural beauty and watch fisherman and beach goers. Biking is also common in the area, and you can find small restaurants and seafood joints.

For a longer trip or if you prefer the comforts of electricity, Fisherman’s Memorial State Campground will offer many of the same outdoor attractions, sports facilities, and the benefit of full hookups. You can compare the different RV beach camping sites available in the area here.


RV Beach Camping in Depoe Bay, Oregon

Located just off of Highway 101, you can find plenty of campsites in Depoe Bay, Oregon. At Sea & Sand RV Park you can choose between beachside camping or nestle into a forested area still within walking distance of the ocean.

You will find ocean fishing, deep sea fishing, and crabbing, as well as freshwater fishing for salmon, steelhead, and trout in local rivers. As you go towards Lincoln City you will also find lighthouses, an aquarium, and plenty of restaurants and shopping.

About the Author

Andi Singer is a writer and blogger for She grew up a stones throw from the Northern California coast, and despite that she presently lives in Boise, Idaho, she still tries to make annual trips down the coast. Although she does not have the opportunity to travel full time, Andi was able to visit much of the Northwest in 2013: Montana, Oregon, Nevada, Utah (twice!), and of course back home to California. She enjoys exploring cities by foot, photography, and any spot good for hiking or bicycling.

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