As other reviewers mentioned, this is how a state park should be! This was by far the cleanest, quietest, and most private campground we have been to. To be honest, we didn't see a bad site in the whole place. It appeared that every site had quite a lot of privacy which is extremely rare in a state park. Park rangers and camp hosts were very friendly and offered up some things to do in the area. It's a short walk down the hill to the water, where you'll find some trails, the Emel House (which we didn't see much), and play area for the kids. Of all the things we did during our stay, hands down it was overturning rocks on the beach and looking for crabs that our kids enjoyed most. A couple of miles from the campground you'll find the nearby tiny town of Seabeck that has a small store with basic items, a small pizza place (very good food), an art Gallery, and a coffee shop. What else could you need when away from home? On a scale of 1 to 10 for a state park, i'd have to give it a 9 or 10. We had a very relaxing time unplugging from the normal grind!
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