We were lucky to get a site right next to the beach for our class B RV. This is a beautiful site along Highway 1.
PS if this site is full, there is a dry camp about a mile north on Highway one. It is right next to the remains of old Highway One and it’s called Oyster Point. It is a rustic grass lot with space between sites, but not much privacy.￼. There are picnic tables and fire rings. A couple of pit toilets are located around the site. There are about 45 campsites here. Sites here are on a first come basis and self registering. The photos included here are for oyster point.
We are on our way north so this was a in transit stop. It is a big campground, but very well organized and very neat. Lots of space between campsites and lots of trees. We normally prefer less crowded campsites, but this was a nice compromise along the way.