I was lucky enough to score on of the "deluxe" cabins right after they opened. The cabins are set back in their own cul-de-sac which was great for our kids (5 and 8) who could safely bike in the area without constant traffic going by. The cabins were very nice, the bathroom very spacious. There was a microwave, full fridge and sink in the kitchen, a dining table with 4 chairs, futon, cabinet w/ TV and DVD (no cable), bedroom with bunks. There was a nice covered porch, BBQ, picnic table and firepit outside. Bring cleaning supplies. There is a broom, but the floors were extremely dirty. I will bring a mop next time. We went to the beach, and did a day trip to Astoria to ride the trolley, climb the Column and peruse the Maritime Museum. We rode around the campground. I would probably only stay in a cabin - it was just a good fit for the kids to play and explore without us having to worry about cars and people walking about. As others have said, this is a very crowded state park (probably the biggest in the state), other loops had lots of traffic, and some had the unpleasant odor of the garbage facilities.
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