We took the family to Twin Harbors during Westport’s Pirate festival. The festival was fun, the RV campground was not awesome though. First, it’s pretty tightly packed in. Even sitting at your picnic table feels like you’re intruding in your neighbors. Some folks had an RV or trailer and a tent and there was literally zero other space, it was hard to tel where one site ended and the other began. Fire pits are elevated grills at many sites, which I’m not a fan of. Additionally, we had to run to town because the water and power hookups are ridiculously far away from where they sit on anyone’s trailer or RV. And you have to cross a highway to get to the beach. Tents, though: sites looked better, bigger, more divided. Also they’re on the other side of the highway so beach access is easier. We decided that if we do return we’ll dry camp in our little trailer at the tent sites and feel Better about our trip.
Campground is okay when its not overly full with people. There is a bunch of awesome trails with beautiful surroundings for every level of hikers and if you can find your way to Porter Falls, you definitely wont be disappointed with the view!
Aaron and wife have done a tremendous job of revamping this camp. Clean and up to date facilities, gorgeous community outdoor kitchen, full rev hook ups, easy walk to ocean beach, local musicians weekends. Best place to stay in Long Beach.
Our kids & dogs love this campground because of easy access to the beach. Great place to play boogie boards, skimboards, just playing in the waves, kites flying, building sand castles or just laying on the sand.
Every time we goes there it always show as it'll rain, but we usually get at least 1 day of great sun and when it's sunny, it's the best place to be.
This is one of the State Park that does not have the list of long rules. The park rangers are usually friendly and not too strict and your tent does not have to be on the pad.
Loop 3 & Loop 4 have closer access to the beach and better sites.
Usually clean facilities and showers. Each loop has 1 shower within the men and women bathrooms.
When it's raining for more than a day, lots of sites can be muddy and swampy especially in loop 2.
Ocean is always cold no matter what time of the year.
This is the best place I ever set up a tent. To smell the ocean and it’s calming effects is probably the most relaxed I’ve felt in a long time. I just saw a sign on the road and decided to turn and I ended up here and was so happy there were still tent sites still available. It’s first come first serve and it’s worth it! I will come back again!
This park is definitley one of the most popular on the beach! With the vast amount of trails, lighthouses, views, stories, and ammenties it offers it is clear why! Book months in advance to get a good spot. Some spots have unmarked back trails to the beach. While this is nice for your own beach access sometimes folks came wandering through our campsite from the beach.
BEWARE: We did encounter a fair amount of hungry raccoons at this park! They unzipped and ripped apart our spare tent for a dog food an empty dog food bowl. Thankfully we werent in the tent and only had to listen to all the rucuss and ripping of our spare tent during the night.
It's not so much a campground as a hotel with camping spots for RVs only but very clean.
We have gone and stayed in many of their sites. Very roomy sites and Richard the care taker is an amazing camp host! He has always made our stay wonderful. Showers and clean bath rooms available plus a small store for your wood and forgotten marshmallow needs… close to the beach and equestrian friendly… this is where we always stay!
Tent site had an amazing view and easy access to the river. All sites we clean with firewood provided. Staff was friendly and working hard to build more sites. Bldg for the laundry room needs some love but was clean and got the job done.
We enjoy this park. Half of the park is west of a river that divides the park. The beach side butts up against some grassy dunes with a trail that leads directly to “our” own almost private beach.
During peak season, April 1 to 1 October only K/M Members are allowed in sites on the beach side. Park. Park is also open to members of other select Resort groups.
Sites are tucked along a hillside, most look out over the lake. An easy walk down to the pebbly beach and boat ramp. We saw the most amazing sunset. Bathrooms are clean but may run out of toilet paper—plan to bring a spare roll just in case.
Cape Disappointment is not disappointing at all. Each camp site has its own fire ring and picnic table. Restrooms are in close proximity to the campsites. It’s a beach campground so remember the weather is going to be beachy. It is rustic but the restrooms are always clean though old.