We enjoyed our 5 night stay here. The resort is right on the water. The beach access is a little treacherous (when the dog is pulling) but once you are sand, it great! The staff was friendly and it's dog friendly (dogs can go unleashed on the beach). I would definitely stay here again. Pictures are view from front window (spot#25).
This is a higher end RV resort. They require newer RVs as a prerequisite. The location is amazing. It feels very private on the beach. Beautiful location. I wish I would have paid extra for the ocean view sites. Lots to do around there. You could easily spend a couple of days there
Our first camp site. The location was absolutely beautiful. The clubhouse had a restroom, bath, play, gym and sea view lounge. We stayed here for just one night and it was a great stop.
The man that worked at the office was extremely rude to my wife. We had a long line of cars behind us and she wanted to get completely off the road. We pulled in towards the park because there was a car in the front. As I was checking us in my wife pulled into our site which was two spaces away from the office. She did so because she wanted to not block the road. A man working in the office came out and told my wife three times that she needed to park up front before we check in. My wife told him that I was inside checking us in and all he said was yeah I know you need to park first. I came out literally two minutes later. He was extremely rude. And they refused to refund our money. Worst service ever!
Rude and unprofessional. We drove down the Oregon coast from Astoria to this place because they said they had a couple vacancies. After driving all day we pulled in at 8:10 PM when the check-in time closes at 8:00 PM. We tried calling while we were on the road but cell service on the coast is spotty but figured we would just use the after hours check in like every other RV park we have ever arrived at. The man that works here talked to us like we were crazy for thinking we would be able to check in when the office opened in the morning and told us we had to leave even though they had the vacancy sign on and multiple vacant spaces. When my wife asked were we might be able to stay for the night he said we should go to a state park day use area. Talking to our neighbor at the park we ended up at it turns out she had a similar experience at this park and there are at least two of us who will never be giving Sea Perch our business, EVER.