August 22, 2019 - reviewed by nauticalnun
Park Is Huge! Sites Not Private
This place is gigantic! Miles of paved bike/walking trails. Lots to see and do including beaches, ship wreck remnants, lakes, historic fort. Great location. However, most campsites are very close to each other with no privacy. Those near the main road really get only a view of the road with little space. I felt bad for many tent campers squished between cars. I miraculously got the best spot 276 with plenty of privacy and space. It rained 24hrs the last day and many sites were underwater, so beware if you plan to tent it. Worth the visit.
March 12, 2019 - reviewed by Hannah
Awesome Park - Perfect Location
Very close to Gearhart, Seaside and Cannon Beach, just on the boundary of Warrenton. A huge park with all variations of hook-ups, including cabins, yurts and hiker-biker areas. One of the best set-ups for all these different campers that I have seen in one park. Reservations recommend for all but Winter season. Open year round.
July 19, 2017 - reviewed by Cathy
Not In July
July is a busy month. Wish we would have delayed our trip. Sites are close, dogs are barking and our neighbors are very noisy even tho it's well after 10:00 pm. This is our 1st day of a 6 day stay and we are considering leaving tomorrow.
April 30, 2017 - reviewed by Tamara Schaefer
We come here at least 2 times every year. It's a great place for all ages. Staff is always friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers are clean. Easy to find and close for site seeing or getting supplies and restaurants. Our dogs love it too!
April 20, 2017 - reviewed by KlW
Fabulous Beach Spot
Excellent campsites, fun trails. Plenty of bathrooms. The beach is a bit of a walk, so bring a bike to ride to it. Bet it is packed in the summer, so make reservations
September 5, 2016 - reviewed by Richard N Laurie Tamez
Stopped here for a night on our way to Seattle. Nice state run Rv park located near the ocean. The spaces were wide and the park was quiet. We also found the drive on beach and took out truck four-wheeling for a great afternoon excursion. Would definitely return..
June 17, 2016 - reviewed by Bob
Great park. Good facilities, walking trails. Enjoyed the fort history. The beach is right there. Close to Astoria and other stores. Careful, watch for the camping symbol, I went to the fort site by mistake.
September 18, 2015 - reviewed by Gdog N Timber
Nice Starting Point
This state part is huge. There are many sites and loops. Reservations are recommended. We pulled in at 1:30 on a Tuesday and got the last spot. Very much Oregon coast. Trees, ferns, rain and the ocean. We loved it. Close to Astoria, seaside and cannon beach. The sites have power, water, sewer, table and fire pit. The amp hosts sell firewood at night for $5.25 a bundle. Lots of dogs being walked on leashes. It is quite and operation. The sits are a bit tight for our 34ft 5er. But it was not a problem. A bit longer sites for our rig and truck is the only reason for the 4 stars. Highly recommend this place as a 1st stop heading down the coast.