Only con is that you do not have privacy in most spots, but it was a beautiful lush wooded area and easy walking distance to the beach, shops, town. We saw an elk right before turning in, which was cool. Nice staff and clean bathrooms. A little pricey, but you literally don't need to use your car once you're there.
We stayed here for one night during a road trip down the Oregon and Californian coastline. The campground was small, and the sites were a little close together, but I wouldn't say it's any worse than some of the more compact State Park campgrounds. The beach was a short walk away, and the scenery itself was beautiful and wooded! The bathrooms were clean, showers were free (SO nice!), and they had a large supply of firewood for sale at a reasonable price. They also appeared to have a small camp-store with essentials for anyone who needed them. There was slight noise from the road and general campground sounds, but nothing that kept any of us awake.
Great place to stay on a budget! We had campsite 13 and although we heard the raccoons every night they left our stuff alone. Clean bathhouse and 24/7 staff availability. Would absolutely recommend and stay again!
I was impressed by the cleanliness of the campground when we arrived, although I was disappointed to find that the beach was so far away. From looking online, I definitely got the impression that the campground was right next to the beach.....it is NOT! You have to walk a few blocks to get to the beach. There were only two showers in the women's bathroom, both showers separated only by a flimsy curtain. You had to hang your towel, clothes, etc on a hook OUTSIDE of the shower. You didn't feel that you had any privacy at all! The worst part of the shower though, was that the two times I went in to shower, the water turned cold after I was covered with soap and had shampoo in my hair. Basically, I had to rinse off in cold water....cold, not even warm! The cost of the campground was ridiculous....very expensive and not worth the cost at all!…
I was impressed with the little things. Raked grounds, laundry / dish washing, clean bathrooms (soft toilet paper), basketball, tether ball, and more. It didn’t seem like they overextended there campground allowing personal touch. The one thing missing, strong WiFi signal! This was very important to us for planning the next day of vacation. I think they could have put som boosters in the park and it would be a strong 5 out of 5. Hope this helps