Nice campground. Some sites are a little too close to others to the point that you can hear everything going on next door through the bushes as if they were sitting next to you. The river is a nice relaxing paddle. At high tide, you can paddle all the way to the ocean surf although must stay in your boat due to Snowy Plover nesting. I would love to see a better launch for kayaks and SUP's like a small dock or ramp. It is difficult to get in from the muddy banks, more or less depending on the tide. Hiking trails
We stayed at Waxmyrtle July 15-17, space 28. The site was a lovely open site with plenty of sunshine all day and into the evening. Directly located across from the restroom and water. This campground was quiet most of the weekend and we enjoyed our time. It is not near the beach and the walk to the breach is beautiful but be prepared for almost 3/4 of a mile walk on dry sand. Space 28 has plenty of room for more than one tent including a little hideaway spot. The parking pad fit two cars easily. Chipmunks and blue jays were our min visitors throughout the weekend. An earlier review indicated this spot had had storm clean up and lots of debris left behind however we did not run into this issue during our stay. We would absolutely return.
A clean campground with lots of pull thru spaces and surprisingly quiet given it's close proximity to the dunes. Highly recommend the paddle from Siltcoos Lake.
Was great site and weather but "Host" was never on duty, multiple campsites with more than 2 cars and 8 people...and many dogs constantly barking. Kids very loud and on skate boards. Neighbors constantly cutting through my campsite, despite me asking them not to. August 28-30.
There was no were to swim. Camp sites were small. There were no showers and only 2 bathrooms for the whole campground. Kids were up screaming didn't respect the quiet hours people on the sand dunes till early morning would I go back again .. Probably not