Rimmed by Sitka spruce and shore pines, this crisp, clean campground occupies a groomed lawn adjacent to Floras Lake in Langlois, Oregon. It is separated from the Pacific Ocean by narrow dunes, which are a short walk beyond the lake, which attracts sailboarders, kiteboarders, anglers, and migrating birds. A footbridge at the outlet leads to the dunes and the beach.
This place was very popular with RV campers, but there are definitely tent sites too. We ended up staying an extra night even, we just did not want to leave. Showers, flush toilets, gorgeous views of Floras Lake, and the beach. The walk to the beach was a bit long, but it wasn't hard, and still lots of fun. The kids had fun splashing around in the fresh water Floras Lake on the way back from the actual beach.
We had fun on the beach playing in the sand and watching the people wind surfing and kite surfing. There is a lake that had wind coming from the south for 3 months out of the year. People from all over the world come to surf there. Met people from Nicaragua who had come just to surf. The bathrooms were not that nice and are not very ada accessible but next summer they will have new ones. The hosts are great. They had trees close enough to hang the hammock. There are no playgrounds for the kids. Everyone I the camp was asleep by 8:30pm. They are hard to get into in the summer. Have to reserve early.