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 Ocean, including: 
  • Unrestricted access to a 7-mile stretch of beach suitable for long seaside walks, agate and driftwood gathering, sunset viewing, and experiencing the majesty of the sea. 
  • Summertime wild blackberries ripe for picking and smell the scent of mint underfoot. 
  • 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 tree and fern-covered hillside.
  • Premium RV Hot Tub Sites now available. Soak in a private hot tub on your deck next to your RV. We offer seven RV Spa sites, all featuring private deck 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, or any group function. 
  • 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.

We welcome you to peruse our website and invite you to give us a call at 541.247.9203. Make the Oregon coast your next adventure! 

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Secret to your best getaway ever? 
Rogue River Mail Boat Rides
Jet Boat Trip (Video)
Jerry's Jet Boats

Turtle Rock RV Resort ® 28788 Hunter Creek Loop, Gold Beach, OR 97444   |   Voice  541.247.9203    |   FAX 541.247.820   |   Email
        e'll show you the grandeur of the Pacific Ocean and the playfulness of the otters in Hunter Creek. Watch the graceful cranes from the window of your RV or cottage, soothed by the sound of the surf. 
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! 

August 21:  Agness Tomato Festival:
The Old Agness Store is nestled amongst the mountains in a remote part of Curry County, Oregon along the beautiful wild and scenic Rogue River. Due to its ideal growing location, Agness is famous for its quality tomatoes. On August 21, the store opens for breakfast at 8:00 a.m. allowing fisherman and campers to enjoy a hearty breakfast, fish the Rogue, and return for the festivities. The event includes a wine tasting by Abiqua Wind Vineyard. Wines will be paired with cheese from the Rogue Creamery. Pie and bread baking contests. The Ferguson Brothers Band--a local favorite--will play at the festival. - See more at:  Travel Curry Coast. For detailed listing of upcoming events on the Curry Coast, please visit this site!

Sept. 10, 9th Annual 
Gold Beach Brew & Art Fest
Fairgrounds Event Center, Noon to 10 p.m.  Live music, craft beer, great food, fine wines, jewelry, art, pottery, photography, vendors & more! Pre-Sale Tickets:  $10  Day of event (at door):  $15; Minors: $5  Available at:  Interiors, Dan's Ace Hardware, Gold Beach Books, Wrights Custom Framing & Art Supplies (Brookings), Sassy Seagull (Bandon) Buy online at:  Gold Beach Brew Fest

Happening This Month
Gold Beach, Oregon
Valid Oct. 1 - May 14

July 16-17, 2016:  
Southern Oregon Kite Festival
in Brookings, Oregon
"Always 3rd Weekend in July"
Since 1993, the Southern Oregon Kite Festival (SOKF) has been one of the premier kite festivals in the United States, bringing some of the most well known kite fliers and kite makers to perform and display their creations for locals and tourists alike. Beginning in 2001 the Port of Brookings Harbor assumed sponsorship of the festival. In 2006 the kite festival became a non-profit organization managed by a dedicated group of community volunteers. Including: free admission, parking and shuttle service; free kite making lessons for kids, delicious local food, gift and craft shops, kite auction banquet.