Devil's Lake State Recreation Area
Kaysha R.
Reviewed May. 31, 2022

Everything you need

For being kind of in the middle of town, this campground has all the nature you need. It's in a weird corner, squished between Hwy 101, Devil's Lake, and the ocean. But when you drive out you are right back in the middle of town. It was raining most of the weekend we were there, and our tent was squished in between two yurts (C31) that had big groups camping in them. But they were quiet. Many of the tent sites were closed because they were flooded from all of the recent rain. Our spot was a littles squishy in the table and fire pit area, but we stayed off that.

The bathroom was close, and had both a hot and a cold water knob! So many of these state park places just have the one push button and you get whatever temp comes out. So the showers and bathrooms are clean and roomy. 

I think you could technically have pizza delivered to your campsite here since it is so close to town. But I didn't try it.

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