January 25, 2020 - reviewed by AWP
Stayed for three nights last June...awesome place! Staff was helpful and services were OK. Best thing is obviously location and views, wow! We had a “partial view” but it was great. Highly recommend this location.
July 25, 2019 - reviewed by Brfsk53
Location, Location, Location
Forget about WiFi & Electronics. Put them away. Grab your chair and enjoy “The View” of a lifetime. Park is well kept and well marked. Wake up, look outside and watch the whale spouts. Short walk to YOUR beach. Let the waves wash away tensions. On a 1-5 scale I give it a 7!!
July 16, 2019 - reviewed by Yuman
If you have a toy hauler try and get spaces 18-20 as you can put down your ramp for a million dollar view of the rocks,seals,whales ,gorgeous.
July 10, 2019 - reviewed by Just Me
We spent 7 nights in spot 40 at Seal Rocks RV Cove. This is one of the full hook up sites with 50 amps and it is a large spot with a front row view of the ocean. It was plenty roomy for a 35 foot fifth wheel and our truck. One is not crowded in by others. It is directly next to the path that leads to highway 101 where you can - at your risk- cross the busy road to access the beach.
The nice parts of this RV park are its cleanliness, the views, a quiet and sedate group of campers, fire rings, picnic tables, and the spacing between sites. Sites are pretty level with graveled slabs. Not all have 50 amps. If you are mobility impaired you may have a work out getting to the one small restroom and shower building for this park. There are some slite hills.
Wifi is available, but very slow and with verizon we had no to some cell service. Cable tv is a bit fuzzy, but available.
Newport is about 10 miles north on 101 and has all the stores you would need and restaurants.
December 2, 2018 - reviewed by Art
While this park is in an ideal site there several issues. We paid a premium for an ocean view site, (nearly $50) unfortunately shrubbery blocks any view of the ocean when sitting outside.
The parking pads are crowned and not even close to level. And my last issue; the water supply is about 8” above grade making it difficult to connect. Oh yes don’t even think the WIFI adequate nor is cell coverage good due to the physical location.
August 21, 2018 - reviewed by John Blodgett
Really liked this park. They were very friendly. I had trouble with the cable reception and told the front desk. Within 5 minutes the repair person replaced the connector and it was fixed. The space was very private with a beautiful view. The walk to the beach was easy too.
February 27, 2018 - reviewed by Brent
Nice friendly park with easy access to the beach and wonderful view
July 14, 2017 - reviewed by Jeannette D
As I write this review, I'm listening to the ocean while enjoying my morning coffee. There is traffic noise during the day, but almost none in the evening or morning.
The park is well maintained, with a good variety of spaces, and nice facilities. Very pet friendly, and the hosts/owners are helpful.
The beach is a short walk from the park, but might be difficult to access for anyone with mobility challenges, since getting there is via steepish trails/stairs.
We'd stay more than the two days we're here, but the park is busy during the on season, so reservations are recommended.
September 15, 2016 - reviewed by Rose
Best Views On The West Coast
Full hookups with a million dollar view. Walk to the beach and explore the tide pools at low tide, dog friendly, eateries nearby, sunsets. Who could ask for more?
August 14, 2016 - reviewed by Newet
Our spot is #44 it was able to accommodate a 24 ft travel trailer and 2 full size tent. We had 6 people camping together and we had 2 vehicles park right on our spot. We were so happy the spot we got was big enough to accommodate 6 people. But the 101 freeway was inches away so the ones in the tent had to suffer with road noises.
August 24, 2015 - reviewed by Barbara Allred
Our site had a beautiful view off the deck. Also, quick access to the beach.