Remote Outpost RV Park and Cabins
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About Remote Outpost RV Park and Cabins
The  RV Park was originally developed in 1972 along the Middle Fork of the Coquille River in southwest Oregon.  Because the RV Park has a unique location along the river and in a valley, it has a perfect setting for relaxation and being one with the outdoors.  It offers the  aire of a mountain retreat because of the surrounding terrain and forest while benefitting weather-wise from only being at a 270 foot elevation and within 40 miles of the coast.

Over the years the grounds have been groomed, trees planted and creature comforts have been added to align with our customer needs.  Many RV and Motor Coach clubs utilize the park numerous times a year.  Along with the RV sites, we have three charming  cabins in a peaceful setting with river view.  A true relaxing getaway.

Remote Outpost RV Park and Cabins is owned and operated by Rob & Idi Mcclung, since February 2017, located in Remote, OR.  Open Year Round.  Owners on premises.

If  you would like to tour or walk around our beautiful grounds, we kindly ask you check in with us at the office first for our safety and the safety of our guest.  
  • HUNTING                        HORSHOES                      
  • FISHING                          GROUP MEETINGS
  • HIKING                            NEAR-BY GOLF
  • SWIMMING                     COASTAL DAY TRIPS
  • CANOEING                     EXPLORING

Hunting  is very popular in the area.   The Remote Outpost is located along Highway 42 which borders the Tioga and Powers units. 

Fishing is available in the backyard for native steelhead, salmon and cut-throat, or in the Coquille or Coos River estuaries. Several other small streams are available as well.

​During the warm weather, take advantage of the swimming hole at the river.  Bring your tube to enjoy a leisurely trip downstream.

We do not have individual fire pits at each site.  You may bring your own above ground firepit or propane firepit. 

*** No fires allowed during fire season beginning June 1st.

There is plenty of wildlife available to observe, whether you are a bird watcher or are patient enough to "wait and see"  the normal activities of the local river area dwellers.

Horseshoes pit, cornhole and other grass games available.