Great spot - campsites are nice and green with lots of trees. Both electric and non electric options. Some campsites are quite close so your neighbors could make or break your camping trip. No direct beach access here. Drinking water is available but not to fill RV tanks so plan ahead. No sewer dump. Great hosts during our stay. A and B loops have no road noise from 101. C has a little, D has quite a bit.
Neat and tidy campground $28/night w/o electricity. Easy and quick access from highway 101. Adequate AT&T cell service, tho it did drop out about once an hour. Comfortable tree canopy keeps the place comfortable. Sites without electricity are about $28/night. With electricity are about 10 or 12 more per night. Sites vary in size. Some can accommodate 40 to 50 foot rigs, some as short as 25 to 30 foot. The site I chose, the 'driveway' was on the wrong side of the site, so my trailer door was on the opposite side of where the picnic table was positioned. Not a biggie, but something to take note of when choosing a site. Drive in, choose a site that has 'AVAILABLE' on it, then walk the few minutes back to registration to pay. Easy. When I arrived, there were plenty of available spots. I thought it was expensive for what I've seen around Oregon. Maybe that's why there were so many empty spots in the middle of August.
Nicely kept CG. Very clean, flush bathrooms. Range of spots for all size rec. from tent to 30ft. Open spots & spots with a lot of bushes & tree cover! We stayed on Loop D & there is a sand hill for kiddos & nice open field in the middle of the loop... FANTASTIC for group camping! Little bit of 101 traffic sound but nothing super intrusive. I think I was bothered by maybe 3 bugs. Will def be back! 🏕️😁
First time camping here and we didn't have a reservation but we were pleasantly surprised! Spaces are very clean and so are the bathrooms. Love the ways most sites are situated because it gives a lot of privacy to each one. We're tent camping so not sure how the hookups sites are but can imagine since they're full they must be good. Several very large group spots with their own bathrooms which seems really nice for groups with small kids that want to be separated for safety. Will definitely stay again.
We arrived with no reservation and found plenty of open spots in the A loop. The new camp host was super friendly. The beach trail is confusing and you apparently have to cross a creek in order to access it. We opted not to because of heavy rain. Also, our site A20 only has a 30 amp outlet, not 110.