We stayed in two yurts for 6 nights the past week. Parking is right out front the yurt, so not long to haul your stuff inside. Walk to playground and lake wasn't too far, and we did that many times a day. The bathroom was close and showers just little farther but all very central. The lake has some sandy areas for playing in sand and a logged off shaollow water ares for swimming. There were salamanders in the water. Theirs a trail to walk. Not difficult incline, but it is 3.5 miles out, then 3.5 back if you do the whole thing and 7 miles total potentially. The best veiw point is around mile one. I saw mushrooms and snake and frogs and snails on hike. Some crossing are just boards further you get. We did a short drive to lighthouse and loved to tour and a trip to beach by coosbay another day. Internet was spotty on the phone, but I had cell service. You can't her traffic noise from 101, but I grew up next to freeway so didnt bother me.
Has good showers, "A" loop had some privacy to each site. Not much near by. Camp hosts are very pleasant. Quick walk to the lake and a fishing dock.
A nice quiet park that is near a few lakes and minutes from Oregon dunes national recreation area. The camp hosts and the park rangers really do a good job.
This is a GREAT park. Truly feel like you are in the forest, even though the hiway is fairly close. Park Hosts are VERY friendly, engaging, and helpful. Park is very quiet at night, and we could see the stars through the dome in our yurt. We stayed in a dog-friendly yurt and met multiple dog owners while there. Would definitely visit again!
Really great spot to go spend a day with the family. They have a lovely out and back trail, and a wonderful swim area along with a dock for fishing! There was also a place to charge your electric car. Would love to go camping out there one of these days.