June 11, 2019 - reviewed by 2oldies
Been here numerous times, clean bathrooms, hot showers, private sites. Do the humbug hike, lots of wildflowers end of May. Short walk to beach. Only drawback is 101noise
August 18, 2018 - reviewed by John K
Another great Oregon State Park. I stayed in site 74 which was plenty long for my Airstream and truck. There were bushes between sites providing plenty of privacy. The beach was a short walk under US 101. Easy access to the Humbug Mountain trail. I enjoyed visiting the Coast Guard Life Boat museum and the Cape Blanco Lighthouse. Some road noise but would stay again.
June 10, 2018 - reviewed by Susan
My husband and I have camped here in a tent on numerous occasions. There is group tent camping available and many pull-thru sites for the larger RV’s. Large grassy area to play outdoor games like frisbee and there are numerous spots. Park closer to the entrance and the road noise is not noticeable. The secret to this campground is that most people don’t realize that even though the camp is on the east side of the road - there is beach access that is very easy to use. If you like the ocean, trees, quiet and a great campground you will not be disappointed. Looking forward to returning this year with our new 24’ RV.
September 23, 2016 - reviewed by Jeff
Absolutely love this park. Best of everything, mountains, trees, stream, and an extremely short walk to an awesome Pacific beach. Friendly staff and spotless restroom and hot shower.
June 13, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
This is a typical Oregon state Park with plenty of level sites with power and water. The sites are stretched out along a pretty Creek There is a beach in easy walking distance and There is a strenuous hike up humbug mountain. There is some highway noise but not too bad. It is a great place to stop for the night when going up or down 101