Places to Stay in Charleston, Oregon

From oceanside hotels and rental beach cabins to coastal yurts and tent camping, there’s a place to lay your head at the Coast.

From oceanside hotels and rental beach cabins to coastal yurts and tent camping, there’s a place to lay your head at the Coast.

Find Lodging on the Oregon Coast

South Coast

Captain John’s Motel

Located near the Charleston Marina, Captain John’s offers comfortable rooms with refrigerators and microwaves, free wi-fi, free boat parking, fish cleaning stations and is pet friendly. Weekly rates available.

63360 Kingfisher Drive
Charleston, OR

541-888-4041

South Coast

Portside Vacation House

A seven bedroom house in the Charleston Marina with a large deck and Bay views. Adjacent to restaurants and within minutes of the state parks along the Cape Arago Beach Loop, fishing, hiking and recreation activities.

63383 Kingfisher Road
Charleston, OR

541-888-5544

South Coast

Captain John’s Motel

63360 Kingfisher Drive
Charleston, OR

541.888.4041
Email us (info[at]captainjohnsmotel[dot]com)

South Coast

Vacation Home at Lighthouse Beach

Escape to the breathtakingly beautiful S Oregon Coast at this oceanfront home with furnished patio, yard, private beach access, and jaw-dropping lighthouse & sea views. This two-bedroom rental sits a few miles west of Charleston shops & restaurants.

89927 Cape Arago Highway
Charleston, OR

South Coast

Oceanside RV Park Resort

Unwind in unique vintage trailers, cottages, tents, or your own RV at Oceanside RV Park Resort. Enjoy the Oregon Coast with a variety of on-site amenities including a convenient crab shack and free WiFi. Guest have use of crab traps...

90281 Cape Arago Highway
Charleston, OR

541-888-2598

South Coast

Bastendorff Beach County Park

Perched on the hill overlooking Bastendorff Beach is the 89 acre County Park open year-round for RV or tent camping. Amenities include space for RVs up to 45 feet, a fish cleaning area, full hookups, cable, high speed internet and...

63379 Bastendorff Beach Road
Charleston, OR

541-888-5353

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