November 20, 2022 - reviewed by Allan
Nice, in spite of the rain
November camping, rained most of the time, just my luck. Campground is built on the side of a hill, but it is beautiful. The trails and roads are pretty steep, so I stayed mainly in my area, but it was nice. Full hookups were really nice. Except the placement didn't suit my rig. So... I (almost) ended up having an "RV the movie" sewer hose mishap with cold hoses that wouldn't go over the barbs. Just thought I'd share. LOL
June 8, 2021 - reviewed by Brian Harrington
Beautiful place been coming for years, but this year. They seem to have new host, that are constantly. Blowing and today mowing all day had to spend most my day in my hot camper with the windows closed as I'm highly allergic.... They need to be shown not to blow next to campers especially at them.
March 29, 2021 - reviewed by Rob
Easy, clean, cheap, quiet and very available (in late March)
November 24, 2019 - reviewed by Kate Van Dweller
Wonderful little gem
This is a beautiful little park. Pristine. New bathrooms/showers this summer. Each shower is in its own room. Friendly hosts. There are yurts and cabins, as well as tent and RV sites. Dogs are permitted in some of the yurts, which is rare. Gorgeous forest setting.
December 19, 2017 - reviewed by RFB
Be Careful With Reservation
Concur with all the others. Best small state camp on 101. BUT, take care when you reserve, some sites are without power, a few of those do not have on-space water. Facilities are older, but clean and well maintained. This camp is for smaller rigs - if you are over 45' front to back, including prime mover, probably need to stay at Tugman or elsewhere. Last, no sewer dump, but a good cheap one in Reedsport at the sanitation dept, an opposite (left) turn right at the Umgua Highway stoplight on the north end of town.
September 16, 2017 - reviewed by Erika
So Beautiful And Well Maintained
Stayed one night. Small campsites all grouped tightly together, so you're close to several others, which is why I give 4 stars. But the hosts were wonderful, providing firewood and info. There's water, hot showers, kitchen waste disposals right at the sites. The lake right there has a 1 mile loop that is beautiful!
I tented, which was $19
There were options, like a cabin available, or normal sites for trailers.
I would recommend reserving a spot, but I had come without one and found a spot.
August 13, 2016 - reviewed by Elisabethos
Loved This Stop
Highly recommend, make reservations though! Got lucky for one Wednesday night but was around time of dunes festival so area was very busy. barely heard the noise of atvs too. Great walk around pond. Wish we could have stayed longer. Nice hosts too!
June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
Great Lighthouse Tour
This is another great state park with a hiking trail around the lake. It is quiet and away from the dunebuggies. Perfect for a Stopover when traveling 101. The lightouse tour is the best on the coast. The light is still in operation and they let us climb up and stick our heads inside the fresnel lens while it was turning!