Winchester Bay
Open Year Round
Full Hook-up Sites
Starting @ $33/night

In 1947, Jack and Blanche Himebaugh started Fisherman’s Trailer Court & RV Park. Their love of Winchester Bay and the surrounding area inspired them to open a facility where families could spend their time enjoying all of the wonders that Winchester Bay area has to offer.

Jack Himebaugh passed away in 1980 and Blanche, with her son Jack, ran the business until 2001, when she turned the business over to her grand-daughter Jackie Reagor. 
Blanche Himebaugh passed away in 2011.

Jackie continues to operate and modernize Fisherman’s RV Park in keeping with the family-run tradition. With modern improvements and up-dated technologies, Fisherman’s RV Park is providing a new generation of families with a safe, fun filled, family orientated facility. Like Jack and Blanche Himebaugh did 50 years ago, this new generation can enjoy all of the wonders the area has to offer.

Fisherman’s RV Park is nestled in a secluded cove, beneath a lush green forest of Douglas Fir, Cedar, and Pine trees. This blocks a large portion of the late afternoon winds that are normal during the summer months. This makes the site ideal for afternoon and evening BBQ’s and other activities.

The surrounding Ocean, Lakes, Rivers, and Streams provide some the best Salmon, Trout, Bass, Steelhead, and Bottom Fishing in the Pacific Northwest. Shopping, Dining, Crabbing, and many more exciting activities are just a short walk away and provide plenty of entertainment for you, your family, and friends.

Jackie Himebaugh ReagorOwner/Operator Fisherman’s RV Park

Jack Himebaugh

Blanche Himebaug