August 4-9, 2020

What better way to enjoy each other than to spend time camping at the beautiful Oregon Coast! If you call Village home, have worshiped with us in the past, or have recently join us, Village Family Camp is for you! Whether this is your first time or your 20th time, you are invited to camp with our church family at beautiful Nehalem Bay State Park. There will be activities for all ages, time to relax and baptisms at the beach! Singles, marrieds, families with kids, seniors, empty-nesters… we need you to make our time at Family Camp complete! 

If you have any questions, please contact the Church office (503-643-6511) or email us. You can also download a copy of the Family Camp Brochure here.

Registration Info

Click here to access our registration form. (You only need to register one member of your family. List additional family members on the form.)

All registrations are online. If you wish to pay with cash/check, that option is available on the online registration form.

Note: We are not able to make reservations for days prior to August 4 or after August 9.


Tuesday – Sunday (5 nights) – $185.00
Wednesday – Sunday (4 nights) – $154.00
Thursday – Sunday (3 nights) – $123.00
Friday – Sunday (2 nights) – $92.00
Saturday – Sunday (1 night) – $61.00

Discounts are available for Veterans and Foster Families!

Nehalem Bay State Park

Set between the ocean and the bay, Nehalem Bay State Park is situated on a 4 mile-long sand spit. The campground setting is in shore pines bordered by rolling, grassy dunes. Just over the dunes spans a wide beach leading to the ocean. A forested 1.8 mile round trip bike path leads you to a breathtaking view of the bay. Kayaking, crabbing, fishing and clamming are popular activities.

Less than two miles away is Manzanita, a small town featuring coffee shops, convenience stores, and a Saturday Farmer’s Market. This town is an easy walk from the campground and provides another place to sit back, relax, and build community.

All sites include electric/water hook-up, have a fire pit and picnic table, and can accommodate RVs. There is only one vehicle allowed per site. After that there is a $7 per night extra vehicle fee payable to the park directly. In addition, the park only allows 8 persons per site. If your group will have more than 8 persons, you must reserve and pay for enough sites to accommodate everyone.


You won’t want to miss all of the fun activities we have planned for you this year! Connect with others from Village at the youth Night Games, Scavenger Hunts, Sandcastle Contests, Baptisms, Coffee Time, Sunday morning worship service, and more!

Stay tuned for information about schedule and activities!


Q Who can come to family camp?
A The Village Family Camp is for those who currently attend Village and their guests. If you do not currently attend Village and are not sharing a site with a Village family, you may be put on a waiting list so that we can accommodate our Villagers. Thank you for understanding.

Q How many people can we have on our site?
A Oregon State Parks allow for 8 people per site (including children.)

Q How many vehicles can we have on our site?
A One vehicle is allowed on each site. If you have more vehicles, please obtain a permit at the Registration booth. There is an additional cost of $7 per extra vehicle.

Can we request a specific site or neighbor?
Yes, on the registration form there is a place to note this request. We make every effort to honor these requests.

Q Does Nehalem Bay State Park have ADA accessible campsites and facilities?
A Three campsites and all yurts are accessible to campers with disabilities.  ADA accessible restrooms are located in loops A and F.

Q Can I bring pets to the park?
A Yes. Pets must be confined by the owner or on a leash not more than six feet long and kept under physical control at all times. You’re responsible to pick up after your pets and to keep them quiet during quiet hours (10 pm-7 am.)

Q Are hammocks allowed in the park?
A Generally speaking, if the hammock is secured to large, sturdy trees with webbing or other protection that will not damage tree bark, and if the hammock is erected as low to the ground as possible, it will be allowed. Hammocks must not be strung between buildings, posts, picnic tables or other infrastructure. Hammock users do so at their own risk.