Great place to stop. Bathrooms were very clean and the shade from all the trees was a nice break from the heat.
I stayed here with family in tent sites in early June. The only other KOA I’ve done is Waldport and this is so much more woodsy and private, we really had a nice time. Staff is very friendly and mellow, hot tub and pool were clean and open, and it was quiet despite plenty of other campers. There is a campground cat named Spike but he did pee on another families’ tent. Nothing really to explore outdoors right from the camp, but we did hike Blacklock Point and kayak Floras Lake, and both of those things are only a seven minute drive away. No complaints and I would come back. :)
Clean well run KOA campground. I had a very nice stay here.
Plenty of tent/RV sites as per KOA fashion. They offer deluxe tent sites with water/electric. Fairly cheap for Tenters like myself. The campground itself is nice with tall mossy trees characteristic of the area. Pool and hot tub are also available for guests. Camp store is well stocked. They offer breakfast for $8 Sat and Sunday. Camp store also sells icecream. Laundry and showers are clean and the common area has a pool table and Jukebox. Port Orford is down the road for most any need.