This campground is old and almost completely outdated. With newer bigger trailers it is verry tight to get into your spot. Camp spot dont drain so when it rains your campsite can become unusable because it has standing water so much so that you can't even build a fire. We did go in late spring so we figured it would be wet, but not 3 inches of standing water.
Very convienient and terrific for a family. Not too far from Newport so if you forgot something it's an easy trip to go pick it up. Beautiful beach and great for large groups.
This camp site is a close feeling with a great access to the beach. The sites are pretty close together and a popular place. The facilities are clean and friendly hosts. The beach access was my favorite part of the trip. Great views and beach exploring.
I LOVE the private beach access, the hiking/walking trail, and very helpful camp hosts!
You can either camp in your tent, a yurt, or RV! They have nicely kept bathrooms, and showers! There is a nice path that goes all around the park, with beach access right next to you! There are many hikes that are around the area, and it is not that far from town either. It is in a nice forest area!
I stayed a night because I needed a last minute getaway and they had site. Like most Oregon coast campgrounds, the summer months are very busy. The nature walk around the campground was nice and the trees in the park are beautiful and add to the totally "Oregon" experience of this campground. The access to the beach is easy to get to. Great park!
We have camped here numerous times and have always had a great experience. There is hiking, swimming (in the ocean), and biking. They have ranger led programs for kids. The pads are all level, water, power and sewer hook-ups available. The restrooms with showers are great.
Stayed in one of the yurts over a rainy weekend. The yurt was clean and had plenty enough space for two people. Between the bunk bed and the fold out couch, there was ample room to sit, sleep, and store your stuff. The surrounding beach was gorgeous, simply taking a hike during low tide was an amazing experience. Bathrooms and showers were also nice and clean.
this campground is one of my favorites to go too. It is quiet and tucked away in the trees. There is a pathway to walk right out to the beach where you can build bonfires or just take a nice stroll. Bathrooms are clean and have showers available if you so please. The staff there is also very nice and there to help or give advice. Great for families or birthday parties!