November 15, 2020 - reviewed by Golfer1
All Gravel No Grass
Staff member who checked us in was very nice and showed us to our space. Spaces are all gravel and our space was not very level. Took a bit to get the Rv leveled. Spaces are pretty close together. Roads around the park are paved but narrow. A lot of full time units there but none were in poor repair. Rained buckets while we were there and there were small streams running down the roads spilling off into pools of water in the gravel areas. Park is right off of Hwy 101 but minimal road noise. Only 2 complaints. We have 2 small dogs and there is zero grass areas for them to walk. The other issue is the lack of signage designating the park. Even with my Garmin and my wife using her cell phone we almost drove by it. Actually had to back up a bit in the center turning lane to be able to enter the park and we arrived in broad daylight. Had it been dark we would have missed it.
August 22, 2020 - reviewed by Andy & Tracy
Best RV Park On The OR Coast
My wife and I are traveling RNs and have stayed at Sea Bird for several months while working for the local health network. They have great monthly rates ($400) which includes 30amp power, water, sewer, and even cable. I have not encountered a more friendly or helpful park staff anywhere in our last year of full time RVing. The people who run this park make you feel right at home and the travelers we have met here are top notch. Highly recommended.
July 16, 2018 - reviewed by Steve
Stop in for the evening only on our way up the coast. Good rated, exceptionally friendly hosts. I'll stop in again.