Nice campground near Tillamook. The campground was pretty cold in late July, and seemed to stay much colder than the surrounding cities of Tillamook/Oceanside, so it’s hard to predict weather using an app. It did rain which was unexpected, so come prepared. The hike to the cape was absolutely beautiful, but was harder than stated and extremely muddy, so again, come prepared. Nice beach access throughout the campground. Our site was a good size and backed up right to the forest, but unfortunately there was no privacy from site to our left. Loops nearest to ocean were very, very tiny. We stayed in C loop, which had more space and quite a bit of shelter from the wind. The campground was very busy and heavily trafficked, but stayed pretty quiet and peaceful through the day, aside from the occasional bike-riding child. benefits of this campground: showers, flushing toilets, access to decently priced wood and ice at the entrance, awesome beaches and very family friendly- would be good for little ones. I would recommend utilizing the pre-registration process through reservation.gov, because the check-in process at the entrance seemed to be a bit slow.