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Overlooking the sparkling waters of Halfmoon Bay along the Umpqua River, the Windy Cove B RV Park and Campground is one of two RV parks on Salmon Harbor Drive in Winchester Bay. It’s a picturesque base for exploring the Umpqua Lighthouse State Park and the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, as well as the cultural sights of Roseburg.
RV camping at the Windy Cove B RV Park and Campground includes access to 70 RV sites, with water and electric (20 or 30-amp connections) available at each. There are clean restrooms and showers provided for guests, along with picnic areas, fire rings, and Wi-Fi. If you’re traveling with kids, they can take advantage of the play equipment while anglers will love the fishing opportunities right on their doorstep.
Windy Cove B RV Park and Campground campsites are on the doorstep of the Umpqua Lighthouse State Park, which is centered around the waters of Lake Marie. Anglers can try their luck at luring a variety of fish while kayakers can enjoy the serene paddling, with a small sandy beach where you can cool off during the warmer months. A highlight of the park is the 65-foot Umpqua River Lighthouse, which overlooks the entrance to Winchester Bay and houses a small museum where you can delve into the maritime history of Douglas County.
Directly across the Umpqua River from the Windy Cove B RV Park and Campground is the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, which encompasses dunes that reach up to 500 feet in height. Aside from hiking and boating along the coast, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is a popular birdwatching area, with tundra swans, Canada geese, and threatened western snowy plovers among the highlights.
A short drive northeast of the Windy Cove B RV Park and Campground is the Bolon Island Tideways State Scenic Corridor, which encompasses just over 11 acres in the middle of the Umpqua River. Bolon Island is largely undeveloped apart from a scenic hiking trail, which offers impressive views across the surrounding river. If you’re a history buff, the Bolon Island Tideways State Scenic Corridor is also just a short drive from the site where the party of explorer Jedediah Smith was massacred in 1828.
Winchester Bay campers can stock up on grocery supplies in one of the local supermarkets, with gas stations also available if you need to fill up your RV rental. There’s also a good selection of eateries where you can dine out, including several restaurants serving up fresh seafood overlooking the waterfront.
A 15-minute drive from Winchester Bay takes you to Reedsport and the Umpqua Discovery Center, which explores the cultural and natural history of the Oregon Coast. Follow the simulated walking path that takes you past huge murals and interactive exhibits detailing the local wildlife, as well as displays exploring the lifestyle and traditions of the Native American communities. Before you leave, be sure to peer through the 35-foot periscope that offers 360-degree views across the region.
The Windy Cove B RV Park and Campground is also a good base for visiting Roseburg, which serves as the seat of Douglas County. Admire the mid-19th-century residence of the Floed-Lane House Museum, whose Classical Revival architecture was once home to the daughter of politician Joseph Lane. While you’re in Roseburg, don’t miss a visit to the Douglas County Museum, which was designed by local architect Howard Backen and inspired by the prune drying buildings that were once prevalent throughout the Umpqua Valley. Its exhibits highlight the ecological diversity of the region and the people who have shaped its past, including its Native American communities and early settlers.
Animal lovers should make a point of visiting Winston and the Wildlife Safari, a sprawling safari park that’s home to big-game species from Africa and beyond. Drive through the 600-acre reserve where huge elephants and towering giraffe roam free, then get up close to small species at the Safari Village’s petting zoo. The Australian Walkabout exhibit is home to animals from “Down Under,” while a narrow-gauge railroad offers scenic rides around the park. Learn about the park's cheetah breeding program or join an animal encounter experience to come face-to-face with some of nature's biggest creatures, including bears, cheetahs, hippos, and lions.
Whether you want to explore the mesmerizing sand dunes of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area or discover the cultural museums of Reedsport and Roseburg, book a travel trailer rental in Douglas County and start planning your next vacation.