First time camping here and loved it for beach camping. You do need to haul stuff to your campsite with only a 20 min drop off point and a little hike to park your car overnight. Advantage, no cars/lights driving by the sites all night long. This lends itself to really hear the ocean/waves at night. Disadvantage - getting all the stuff to and from your campsite. We saw a lot of "little red wagons" hauling a lot of stuff (also nice to bring stuff down to the beach). We tried a hand truck, but the wheels on it were just not big enough to handle the trails without dumping everything off of it or wheels getting stuck on rocks. So be aware when choosing a site that is farther away from the drop off point. Most sites are not too far, but if you have mobility issues you might want to think twice about camping here. We were thinking that the camp hosts or rangers should charge for golf cart rides with heavy stuff to make some money for the campgrounds! :) The camp hosts did drive the golf cart around several times a night so you could buy wood right at your site. They charge $10 a bundle.
So here is my take on the different camp areas.
In general seems a little more spread out and feels a little less crowded. For the most part, unless noted, all of these sites are pretty open to other nearby campsite and to the sky (no tree cover). Sites 10-16 are more likely to have ocean view.
#1: seemed like a pretty nice site, some privacy
#2 & 3: close, good for a share
#7: nice site, some decent privacy and size
#8: seemed very private, small size
#9: up a small hill, away from other sites, pretty large, gorgeous view of ocean (really open)
#10: great view of ocean
#13: huge site, good for multiple tents
#14: small site that is separated from other sites by brush
#17-18 -completely open, but huge sites, can accommodate multiple tents (great for sharing)
#21, 24 & 25 - completely open to trails & sky, no privacy
#22 & 23: are a bit tucked away from the trail and from other sites, but slightly smaller (good for 1 tent)
Seemed like the sites in general were a little closer together, a little more cramped for space. That might have been since it seemed like all the sites where really sold out.
#28 & 29: handicap sites are well shaded and seem pretty nice
#32-35: nice in the trees, but no privacy, good for sharing.
#38: very private, farther off the trail, no real good shade. * see picture as example
#46: very open, no privacy. *see picture as example
#47: a little more private and farther off trail, but no real shade
#48: very private, tucked away from the trail
#51: another fairly private, a little off trail *see picture
#56 & 57: fairly private, nice trees/shading
#58: really private but no shade
#59 & 60: good for a share, very close and open to each other
#64: huge and very open
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