Paved pathway beach hike, access to beach and tide pools, beautiful views, not too difficult, several options for parking, doing both loops is worth it. Easy.
We had the larger family site toward the end of the loop for a family of 6. It was ideal for us! Our kids had lots of space to explore and climb. It was beautiful! The yummy black berries were in season in August! Yum! We loved exploring Cape Perpetua. The hike from our site to the big tree was lovely. Just wish the bathrooms would have been nicer.
Wonderful location and well maintained campground. My wife and I spent a week there in September of 2014 and had a great time. Located near many other places of interest, such as Thor's Well, Devils Churn and Cape Perpetua Lookout. The camp hosts were very friendly and accommodating. We plan on going there again soon! It would appear that those who only gave 1 or 2 stars did not check out the specifics about the campground, so personally I would not give them any merit. If you're traveling and planning on staying somewhere, check out the hours/days/months that they are open and what the accommodations are.
One of the best campgrounds in Oregon, I got the chance to camp there in the summer of 2014, will never forget the amazing experience of sleeping in the wood between the trees and enjoying the sound of a nearby water stream. There's a 1 mile hiking trail that leads to one of the biggest spruce trees in the state. Totally recommended
There are no longer any hiker/biker spots, a fact that is not advertised anywhere, the cheapest spot is $24 or $30 for an electrical spot. I am biking down the coast and arrived as the sun was setting, and the only advice the campground host had to offer was that I bike the 9 miles to Washburn state park. Which I did, very reluctantly as it got dark.