Campground doesn't have a formal check-in process. Reservations made online or over the phone only. There are no showers, and the flush-toilet bathrooms are minimally attended. During one of my stays here, bathrooms were closed and only the vault toilets were accessible.
Some campsites are amazing, and others are not so great. The good sites are spacious, secluded, and do not have a driveway. They are hidden in the brush 20-30 yards from where you can park the car. Others are small with little to no privacy, but these ones do have private driveways.
Great starting place for the a hike to the beach through the Oregon dunes. Note that in order to protect snowy plover nests, dogs are not allowed on this section of the beach during certain times of the year.
Stayed here once in 2020 when wildfires broke out. Had to go home early because smoke filled the entire state. Second time we stayed, it poured rain. Might not try my luck again.