Only one pull through. Many roads state must be less than 21 feet. Not exactly rv friendly. Showers are token operated, 1 token gets 3 minutes... nice and quiet racoons definetly come out at night..
No hook ups, limited ranger station hours. But still an amazing place to camp. The park is harder to drive through with longer trailers and it looks like it was built as it expanded. Still, the park is worth the trip. Another review says showers are coin operated - it's a state park - that's the system. The sites themselves are spacious and there are plenty with good privacy between sites. Plenty of room for kids to roam without causing a problem for others. The beachfront is nice with an easy walk or drive to the parking lot. Plenty of trails walk along the point and at low tide you can walk incredibly far out into the bay to comb the beach. There is a natural path that many individuals use. Bring your own firewood if the ranger station is running on limited hours. Or get there early. RACCOONS: We had a party of six with a dog. Three raccoons caused us to move into our trailer. The raccoons didn't have a problem walking in and pestering us at our fire.