Arrived with no issues as our GPS took us right to the campground. Check in was a breeze and we proceeded to back-in, bay front site 16. Backing in was easy as there is plenty of road width to maneuver. The bay front sites are larger than the interior sites and better spaced than similar sized resorts, but I wouldn’t call them spacious like you can find at state parks or COEs. The park was pretty much full everyday during our stay so WiFi was stressed and spotty during morning and late afternoon timeframes. We got 3 bars on Verizon, but sometimes we did not get internet through our MiFi and phone hotspots. The laundry facilities were very nice with credit card payment versus quarters. The staff was very helpful and there are plenty of resort amenities like a gym and pool, which we didn’t use. Great views of the bay to include occasional large vessels passing by. It was nice to be able to let our pups off leash on the beach. At the time we stayed in late July the bay often had a bad sulfur smell. Check out Vinny’s Smokin’ Good Burgers and Sandwiches in North Bend, OR. Really good food, especially their burgers. They also serve breakfast. Quaint little place with a few tables indoors and a couple more outdoors. There is plenty to do and see in the area. We enjoyed our two weeks at Bay Point Landing but due to location and cost this was a one time stay.