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Dry docked at the site for one night. Place is very clean and well maintained. Only drawback is a singular shower for the many guests. Drydocking was 55 dollars so would be expecting a bit more in the shower department. Also people locked the door to the restroom from the inside so you could not…
This place is amazing. They have working toilets. It's close to the beach. Great if you have quads or dirt bikes. Does get kinda noise because of them but didn't notice it after the first night. The people there follow quiet hour very well, and it's well maintain. The spots are huge too. We rented…
While the park is nice and well maintained, the B lot backs right up to the highway with unbearable road noise. Had two nights planned but will be leaving after the first.
Nice quaint campground with plenty of space. Spot required little leveing. Full hookups $33, Water and Electric $30 a night
Hi, Twin's Ranch campground is privately owned.. The campsites are nice with a fire pit and picnic table, spaced out enough that you're not right on top of each other.. The price is also very reasonable.. The highlight of Twin's Ranch is the Covered wagon's you can rent and sleep in. They have 2…
Great if you want to ride ATVs from your camp onto the dunes. No sewer dump station, no hookups. Water spigots in several locations.
Not sure about the other review, but this is a county park, so no age restrictions. Close to the airport. Several people stopped in to use the showers. Encountered 2 free roaming shepherds shortly after arriving, followed by animal control looking for two shepherds who attacked an alpaca across the…
I showed up just looking for a site to put my tent up on my journey. I got here and found out you can fish for crabs, they cook for you here, the people are extremely friendly and helpful, you could rent a boat, families are welcome, and the site has an amazing view when the sun came up. I was very…
This is my regular spot and have been camping there for years, in fact I have two trips in already this year. Lots of campsites and they added more over last winter for tents. This is a horse camp designed for riders and for them to camp but after 8 pm all sites are open to the public. It is RV…
This camp grounds has walking trails, biking, fishing, big park area. In the A loop camping area it is clean however the sites are open to others.
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RV park has view of bay and mountains. You can rent items to go crabbing or just eat some of their fresh clams, oysters and crab. We did a bit both! Staff is friendly and hard working.
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We love lost lake! Busy in the summer, but beautiful!
Sites are fairly large and private. Nice little hike around the small lake. Good swimming area, park, and community spaces to use. Bathrooms are quite unkept but it has flushing toilets and a shower.
This resort is a great place for RVs. It is across the street from a shopping center that includes Costco. About 20 miles south of Portland along I-5 freeway with easy access. ￼