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Camp Rilea Billeting, Cabins & Cottages, OR | Featured Lodging

This week’s featured military lodging location is the Camp Rilea Cabins & Cottages and the Camp Rilea Billeting at the Camp Rilea Armed Forces Training Center in Oregon! This hidden gem is located along the beautiful Oregon coast, and has various lodging options available for you.

Camp Rilea offers several different lodging options, so there’s something for everyone here! Koski Hall offers 50 twin rooms (for an individual stay), 20 full rooms (for 2 people), both of which have shared bathrooms. There are 2 suites with a max occupancy of 4, and they have private bathrooms and a fold out sofa. There are also 6 ADA accessible rooms available.

For a more individualized stay, you can rent one of the 2 cabins, and can stay with up to 4 people. The cabins have a living area, 2 bedrooms with 1 queen and 2 twin beds, and 1 full bathroom. Then there is the Hilltop, the Cottage and the Chateau, which are rate restricted. The Cottage is available for E8 & above, the Hilltop for CWO3/O4 and above , and the Chateau, which is a 1935 Log Cabin for O6 and above.

Oregon National Guard from Salem, Oregon, United States, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Camp Rilea Billeting is a great place to stay for a retreat to the Oregon coast, located in Warrenton. Reservations can be made 90 days out, but availability is based on training requirements. Some things to do in the area include visiting the many National Forests and State Parks that dot the coastline and state, Golf Courses, cheese, wine and food tours, hiking trails, and scenic trips. There’s also the Astoria Column, the Astoria Victorian Homes, the Astoria Riverfront Trolley, and more just north in Astoria. This is a gorgeous area!

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