Water pressure, 30 and 50 amp, along with sewer connection was great, as was the cleanliness of the site. The issue we had was the length of the coach at fourty feet being to big to fit the site. I wanted a pull through but in order to do that you would have to drive off the curb; we backed out and then connected the towed vehicle. Also note this site is near a major boat launch and there are many trailers all over the area. Something else to think about is the noise from the saw mill and Coast Guard station both a few blocks away. Would be a great park if there was more room and real pull throughs.
Nice little park 50 amp hookup, front row has beautiful water view. Even the 2nd row the spaces are offset so you have a view also. Beautiful new laundry room although only two washer and dryers that are stacked. Friendly reception. Close to walk the whole harbor area and into the little town. Much better then staying in Tillamook if staying in the general area only about 7 miles to a Huge Fred Myer for groceries.
We got a site facing the bay which are drive ins. Price was $50 a night , not the $38.. Wi-fi is lousy...Rv next door was a TT which was backed in so our doors faced each other,,,,not a good situation..lumber yard next door runs all night and day and is dusty and noisy....but if you like the seashore, this is the place, cool and nice breeze most days. Fresh seafood just a minute walk, clamming and crabbing in the bay, neat train ride to Rockaway... We like it here but it's not a 5 star by any means..
Just a few steps from a little beach on Tillamook Bay! It's fun to watch the boats come in, and there is a bit of lawn and picnic table with every space.
Garibaldi is a happening bay. The Harborview Inn & RV Park is the place to stay if you like activity. The harbor, fisherman, charters, cannery ' s, coast guard, ambulance, waste management and hardwood mill are very active. Along with the fishing, crabbing and clamming in the bay from a deck, shore and pier. We love it here and see why this park has been rated high for the last three years. Many of the rv guests love it here and return every year. We walked the local neighborhood streets. Wow, found a house with a steller view of bay, built in 2007, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1700+ sqft, $265,000. However, we noticed much of the Oregon Coast homes seem to be for sale. Hmmm..........Do you think the high priced bloom is off with so much competition?
We have been there a lot. Jeff is a great Guy and makes us feel right at home. Lots of things to do in the area Ronnie and Deb
Open area with nice grass patches between sites. Site 30 is in the corner of the park next to a logging mill added a bit of noise but not much. Hear and even see a steam train occasionally, but added interest! Steps away from the water. Gorgeous sunset view.