A bit windy. …A lot of windy. but fantastic location and spots. Far walk from the beach at the site, but some very cool picnic areas, and a lot of privacy in the unique sites
Had an amazing time at the beach. The breach access is a one lane curvy road kind of scary to drive down. The camp host was very helpful. We visited the historic Hughes house that is on the park grounds. It was built in 1898 and they have tours. The lighthouse is the oldest on the Oregon coast and you can get a tour of it. There are a bunch of trails for people and horses. There are 4 rustic cabins and 58 camp sites. The horse camp has 8 spots. It is 9 miles from Port Orford and 28 miles from Bandon. The camp area is in the middle of large trees so the wind doesn't really hit you. We were a long ways away from the bathroom but it was extremely clean. It is a first come first serve campground except for the cabins. Park in the spot you want them go pay the camp host. www.oregonstateparks.org
Very nice campground with many things close by to do! I recommend going to and walking down to the beach or going on a hike.
The tent sites were great, but the cabins looked fabulous. (something different to try sometime!) The sites here really have a large amount of privacy compared to others on the coast. Facilities were clean and quite convenient from the sites. The beach and exploring opportunities were wonderful as well.
Very clean and spacious for a car camping site. We were there during the Cape Blanco country music festival so it was a little louder and more crowded than usual. Nice trails to the coast and lighthouse from the campsite. Good for biking also. The bathrooms and showers were also clean.