Cool house but no furniture to lounge or sleep in, must bring your own. There is a picnic table inside
My family and I found this "off the beat'n path" gem on a southbound tour of the beautiful Oregon coast. About 10 miles east of the 101, this place was relatively secluded from the hustle and bustle. Aside from the house and the property it sits on, there are quite a few (not sure exact number) tent sites and maybe a couple big enough for an RV. I have to say, this place was awesome in my opinion. I liked the secludedness of it and the feeling of being away from "the noise". The camp hosts at the time were very nice and helpful. The ONLY reason I gave it 4 stars is because the local mosquito population ate the 5th one. Bring plenty of repellant!!!
Great secluded location. Lots of room for big family gatherings, plenty room for 2-3 RVs to park on the property. There are horseshoe pits on the grounds. There is also a water well with a pump so there is water available you just have to pump it. Despite the given information when I last visited there was a solar panel on the roof which powered a couple interior lights.