May 12, 2021 - reviewed by TinCanReview
Don’t Stay In B35 Disabled
48 foot backin but main road is narrow and b35 is slanted in wrong direction. Very very difficult to backin between 2 large trees. Wow we had to call reservation line and they assigned us this! Front of site is also very narrow, no path to restroom in back. Not really disabled friendly.
November 7, 2020 - reviewed by Rrowdy Rogers
Close beach access
Stayed just one night here in hookups as I traveled along the Oregon coast but I would definitely go back. It was midweek and several sites were closed for the season so it was very quiet. Loved seeing all the small RVs, compact trailers and tents here, although there is room for some larger setups too. Just a few hundred yards over a dune to a very nice wide white sand beach. Pack out your garbage!
April 6, 2019 - reviewed by John K
Stayed 3 nights the end of March. Very nice campground. Easy access to ocean and hiking trails.
March 31, 2018 - reviewed by Paul
Stayed here for 3 nights in mid-March. Only 2 loops were open, but there were plenty of open spots. Lots of trees and bushes, whick makes for nice, private sites. We love the Oceanside/Netarts area and will probably be back. Resonable price for full hookups.
January 25, 2018 - reviewed by @chasingtabor
Our Favorite Place On The Oregon Coast
This is always by far our favorite place. Amazing beach for miles and miles down the point, sunsets to die for and a clean, well maintained campground right next to the beach. Restrooms and showers are clean. Everything from full hookup to dry camping to yurts. Recycling center, friendly staff. Amazing hiking trails right nearby. Also close to tillamook, which is great for supplies or a trip through the cheese factory for fresh cheese and ice cream. Easy day trips to most popular places along the coast. Crab fishing able to rent boats just up in nehalam bay. The campground is half reservable, half first come first serve. Rv sites have a paved landing. We keep coming back here time after time for a reason!
September 24, 2017 - reviewed by Joe Traveler
Had a site in loop B what was dry camping. Place was quite and clean with very friendly staff. Easy Access to the beach which offers miles to walk.
August 9, 2017 - reviewed by Isaac
Loop A is very open, but closest to the beach. We were there for only one night, but it was beautiful despite the dense fog. Sunny days would be well worth it.
August 7, 2017 - reviewed by Ed mclaughlin
Best park experience on OR coast !!
Easy walk to beach....awesome sunsets
Clean showers & restrooms with helpful staff. Bike paths & beach are kid friendly.
July 1, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
Really In The Woods
The campsites are very nice with some privacy. Nice bathrooms etc. The campground itself is practically a nature trail. There is a trail to cape lookout. We visited in November and the cape trail had washed out but hopefully they fixed it.
January 10, 2016 - reviewed by Mikkin
June 29, 2015 - reviewed by Michael
One of the best state parks