The finest ocean rentals and RV sites on the Southern Oregon Coast
Turtle Rock Resort is located in sunny Gold Beach on the spectacular southern Oregon Coast. We offer vacation rentals, RV, RV spa sites and tent sites. With over 100 RV and tent sites featuring pull-thrus and back-ins, cottage rentals/sales and more, we have the finest full accommodations on the southern Oregon Coast.
Experience Turtle Rock Resort, situated on 24 acres on the Pacific, including:
Unrestricted access to a 7-mile stretch of beach suitable for long seaside walks, agate and driftwood gathering, and sunset viewing.
Summertime wild blackberries ripe for picking.
Lush grounds that include a tidal pond, fern grottos, pines, tan oaks, firs and willows for sun filled or shady RV and cottage sites.
Vacation Rentals (Cottages) and RV Park sites on the banks of Hunter Creek look out to the Pacific ocean; others are nestled against the verdant hillside.
Premium RV Hot Tub Sites now available. Soak in a private hot tub on your deck next to your RV. All seven RV Spa sites feature private decks with hot tubs, BBQ grills, table and chairs.
WiFi and flat screen TVs blend harmoniously with wildlife and nature.
Our new group venue, perfect for reunions, weddings, meetings, and more.
Turtle Rock Resort's new vacation rental house is available now! Consider Turtle Rock Resort's fabulous 1,700 sq. ft. Vacation Home for your next visit to the sunny Southern Oregon coast.
Turtle Rock RV Resort® 28788 Hunter Creek Loop, Gold Beach, OR 97444 | Voice 541.247.9203 | Email firstname.lastname@example.org
e'll show you the grandeur of the Pacific Ocean and the playfulness of the otters in Hunter Creek. Observe eagles, egrets, and graceful cranes at play from the window of your RV or cottage, soothed by the sound of the nearby surf. Winter is dramatic yet tranquil as storms and rainbows collide and tides roll in and out.
The finest ocean rentals & RV sites on the Southern Oregon Coast
There are extraordinary activities in Gold Beach, but Gold Beach is also an ideal jumping off location to other events in locales within a short distance (e.g., 25 miles north or south). Explore the variety here in the southern Oregon Coast!
As a coastal town, Gold Beach is unique in that it offers so many year-round activities, including:
Long, uncrowded beaches
Coastal vistas overlooking rocky headlands
Hiking in the wild Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
Tidepooling, crabbing, and clamming
Sport fishing on the mighty Rogue River or bottom fishing in the windswept Pacific Ocean
World class dining or simple family fare
Heritage sights such as the Cape Blanco lookout
Largest Myrtlewood tree in OR
Wildlife: elk, deer, bear, osprey, eagles, otters, more
Hiking choices: easy river or beach hikes, or hard core river wilderness and rugged coastal hikes
Serenity in the forest, on the river or beach
Recommended Short Trip:
2 miles north of Gold Beach
Otter Point State Recreation Site
(photos at right)
Off the main Hwy 101, it takes some searching to find it, but it's well worth the effort. One trail leads to the headlands which are magnificent, as are all the off shore rock formations and sea stacks. Be careful on the headlands as there are lots of over-hangs which can easily break off. The trail to the beach is steep and a little slippery near the bottom -- someone thoughtfully installed a rope to help get you up and down. Once on the beach there is so much to explore both north and south. A photographer's dream -- this area rivals Bandon's Face Rock area. To find Otter Point, look for "Old Hyw. 101" -- access from just N. of the bridge and/or about 2 mi. N. of Gold Beach. Otter Point is marked with a state park sign.
Gold Beach, Oregon
Turtle Rock Resort Awarded 10 Favorite
Oceanside Spots in Oregon Coast magazine’s
Camping the Beach April 2015
Valid Oct. 1 - May 14
Top and bottom photos were taken by a guest's "drone" during the 2016 winter. There are over 100 sites (cottages, RV sites, including RV spa sites, and tent sites) in the resort. Notice that in the top photo, Hunter Creek flows under Highway 101 and into the mighty Pacific Ocean.