I love this RV park. It's kind of dirty and basic and rough, lots of day use people coming and going and staying to party at night, and you're right at the port and the Coast Guard station with boats coming and going all day long. It's a lively place with lots of activity, so don't come here if you're looking for peace and quiet. There was a huge drum circle on the beach on Friday night, lots of people come here to take their boats out to fish, and lots of people come here to hang out on the beach. You can walk along the beach a fairly decent length, and it gets pretty quiet and deserted at the other end.
We stayed at one of the dry camping spots along the edge, and with tax and the booking fee it came to about $35/night. Sites are gravely dirt and lumpy and not quite flat. There are partial hookup as well as full hookup and pull through sites available, but no dump or water station if you're staying in a dry camp spot. The map shows a tent camping area as well but we saw those spots taken up by RVs. The info sheet we got as well as signs on those spots state that no tent or car camping is allowed. Be aware if you stay in one of the dry camping spots that these people don't like to be without their comforts and the spots are really close together, so if you're here when it's busy you will hear generators from your neighbors from every direction.
Showers currently under construction but should be ready for use soon, within a few weeks.
We rode our bikes to the town of Brookings just a few miles away, lots of cute shops to explore and good food to eat, as well as several breweries. There is even a vegan Mexican food truck called Off the Wagon with amazing delicious food, and the pizza shop nearby called Zola's has daiya cheese so you can get vegan pizza there too. The humane society allows the public to come in and walk dogs so we did that too, which was great.
Good cell reception for all 3 carriers.