June 12, 2022 - reviewed by Tira Alvar
Cape Blanco SP
Beautiful well kept campground. Lots of space between sites. The dump station is closed and has been the years, just plan ahead. We were in Site A47 and we could see and hear the ocean. Friendly host and very helpful.
It's a must stay place.
June 9, 2021 - reviewed by Sonny Sinay
Worst Management and Ranger.
I reserved 4 nights. We have a 35’ Motorhome and a 20 ft horse trailer. The only spaces available that would fit our setup was the horse camp. And even those weren’t as advertised. Low trees, and sites are definitely not as long as they say. Dry camp that isn’t connected to the main state park. No one besides us has any of the horse sites reserved.
Ranger Greg literally did not stop bugging us since we showed up. Asking us who was camped in a tent on the other side. Coming back and checking to see if we have a horse even though we have a nice horse trailer saying he doesn’t see a horse.
Telling us we need to move. Knocking on on door at 8 am. Making us move to a different site because we aren’t using the horse site for it’s intended use. We wrap up camp and move to the site he has for us and it’s taken. He knocks on our door at 8:00 am again to see if we moved. The guy is extremely pushy and bored. Calling my wife multiple times a day. No other horse site reservations. Middle of week
June 11, 2019 - reviewed by 2oldies
Couldn't believe how empty it was this time, beg. June. Nice clean, love it here as no reservations. Discovered the bike ride across101 along elk River, nice walks on beach
July 29, 2018 - reviewed by Hannah
Not Too Friendly For Solo Travellers
I liked the place. Beautiful beach scenery, natural vegetation separates the sites and it has some nearby attractions like the lighthouse. Roads snake with a hairpin turn or two, not for big rigs. No sewer h/u and not too keen on solo travellers or newer van style RVs. The whale-watching trolls and is skippable.
July 23, 2018 - reviewed by Dave
No dump site
There's no (operational) place to dump tanks. So plan ahead, and plan to dump elsewhere, after you leave.
There is beach access, a mile down a steep, paved road. It's easy to lose track of where the beach trail head was, from the beach, if you wander away from it. No signs on the beach to find your way back, if you don't initially pay attention to your surroundings. Especially if it's getting dark. The beach extends all the way to the peninsula the lighthouse is on, to the right of the path, and quite a long way past a lagoon, the other way.
Lots of wind in the trees. Most of the sites are completely covered by trees, dripping sticky water from condensing mist, and dropping small pinecones. Speaking of wind, there was a lot of wind, especially if you leave the trees when you take a walk. It's the end of July, and it's pretty chilly here. It is quiet and peaceful, though.
April 21, 2018 - reviewed by Sue
Nice and clean, very friendly, quiet, clean bathrooms and warm showers. Was able to buy firewood there, stayed 2 nights will definitely go back.
March 12, 2018 - reviewed by TBoyd
Very well maintained park. Nice trails take you to cliffs overlooking the ocean. Clean showers and bathroom facility. No issues other than the dump station being out of order.....for 11 years! Lol. But, pet friendly, electric and water hook up. Plenty big spaces for campers and rv's.
September 19, 2017 - reviewed by Joe Traveler
Great statepark. Quite and clean. Very friendly staff. Next village is about 15 minutes to drive. Did stay here for two nights and would had extended if I had not go back to work.....