Given that most of our daily life is spent confined within four walls, camping makes for an excellent way to escape the familiar and embrace the outdoors. Granted, not everyone wants to rough it out in a tent; however, the good news is that you don’t have to — especially at Bay Point Landing.
Located on the southern shores of Oregon’s Coos Bay, it offers travelers a variety of aesthetically-inclined stays, each one catered to a different type of camping. For those who desire more luxurious accommodations, there are three different styles of Scandinavian-inspired cabins to choose from, including a two-guest Kamp Haus, a four-guest Drift Cabin, and a six-guest Dune Cabin. With full furnishings, high-speed internet, and a personal fire pit, they make for quite the comfortable coastal retreat. Elsewhere on the resort, you’ll find a series of Airstream suites perfect for guests looking to stoke their nostalgia. But should you want to bring along your own lodging, Bay Point also offers easy-access RV sites. Add to that a clubhouse complete with an indoor pool, gym, and community gathering space, and it makes for the perfect way to get some much needed R&R. It’s available to book from $42/night.
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