We stayed for two nights in the campground of this park. The campground is close to a train line and quite a few of the tent-only sites are close to the road as well. Initially we stayed in #24 but switched after the first night, because the site is pretty much in full shade and very wet. The second night we were in #9 which was nice and sunny for the rest of the day and dry. Having looked around the camp ground the sites we'd recommend for tenting it are #8 through #11, #21, #22, #38 and of the walk in sites W6.
Overall it would be nice if they replaced the wooden tables with something that can better withstand the moisture under the trees.
The park itself is nice, with quite a few trails inland, which we didn't see. We enjoyed the tide pools near the beach where we saw lots of critters. The area isn't huge though. Swimming was prohibited for health concerns.
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