Stayed during winter Feb 2013. Weather was overcast for most of the day with short breaks of actual sunshine. Light to strong winds as you would expect being at the beach. Great beach hiking; cliffs, forest, and small headlands for exploring although beware at high tide due to debris. Small pools of water developed when it rained so tent camping on the ground would have been uncomfortable. Some sites located on the cliff for lovely beach views, although its only a very short walk to the beach if at an inland site. All sites priced the same and cheap ($14). Bathrooms were clean but no showers. Most sites had good tree cover to deflect wind and rain. Must walk down path to get to beach which did not look wheelchair accessible. This is one of the better campgrounds in the area. Open year-round.