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Overview of Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park

Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park, commonly referred to as Honeyman State Park, is located in Lane County, Oregon. It is the second largest campground in Oregon and is situated about three miles south of Florence on Highway 101. The park's proximity to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area makes it an attractive destination for recreation and camping.

Camping Information


  • D Loop: The "D" Loop is one of several loops in the park designated for camping. When planning to camp at D Loop, you should check the Oregon State Parks website for availability and to make a reservation.
  • Types of campsites: Honeyman State Park offers a variety of campsites, including RV sites with electrical hookups, standard tent sites, and yurts, which are round, domed tents with structural support.


  • Reservations can be made up to 6 months in advance through the Oregon State Parks reservation system. Demand can be high, particularly during the summer months, so booking early is recommended.

Campground Amenities

  • Restrooms and Showers: The park provides restrooms and coin-operated showers. These facilities are typically located centrally within each loop for easy access.
  • Water Access: Potable water spigots are available throughout the campgrounds.
  • Dump station: There's an RV dump station on-site for properly disposing of sewage.

Park Activities

  • Sand Dunes: The park is famous for its vast sand dunes which are a magnet for off-road enthusiasts. There are locations within and adjacent to the park where dune buggies and ATVs can be rented.
  • Swimming and Boating: Cleawox Lake, within the park boundaries, is a popular spot for swimming and boating. No motors are allowed on the lake, ensuring a peaceful experience.
  • Hiking: Hiking trails of varying difficulties wind through the park and offer glimpses of the local flora and fauna.
  • Fishing: Freshwater fishing is available at Cleawox Lake, where anglers can catch a variety of freshwater species.

Important Rules and Regulations

  • Campfires: Due to varying conditions, including dry summers that increase fire risk, campfire rules can change frequently. Always check the current fire regulations at the park.
  • Pets: Pets are welcome but must be on a leash at all times. Certain areas like swimming beaches may be off-limits to pets.
  • Quiet hours: To ensure all guests have a pleasant experience, quiet hours are typically enforced from 10 PM to 7 AM.
  • Alcohol: Alcohol consumption is permitted within individual campsites but not in public areas like the beach or picnic areas.
  • Wildlife: Feeding wildlife is prohibited to protect both animals and visitors. Always store food securely.

Local Amenities and Attractions

  • Nearest Town: The city of Florence is nearby and offers groceries, restaurants, and other services.
  • Scenic Spots: The Oregon coast is known for its scenic beauty, with many overlooks and coastal access points within a short drive from the park.
  • Historical Sites: Visit the Heceta Head Lighthouse and the Sea Lion Caves, which are in proximity to the park.

For detailed and up-to-date information, including specific site details, or to inquire about the current status of amenities and facilities due to changing seasonal or environmental conditions, you should contact the park directly or visit the Oregon State Parks website prior to planning your trip.

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