|In Season||May 1 - Sep 30, 2015||$22.00 - $46.00|
|Off Season||Oct 1, 2014 - May 1, 2015||$18.00 - $35.00|
The location of this park is incredible. You have direct access to the Seal Rocks area and beach, but you have to cross a very busy highway to get there. My Ocean View site would have been phenomenal if it had nose-in hook-ups, but for a class A with no back window it was wasted. Our site was level gravel with a huge privacy hedge, and would easily have fit the largest RV. Water pressure 70 psi, power was stable, and the cable was just snow. Obviously a known problem as it is mentioned in the brochure how to improve your reception. Very friendly staff, but at $55.00 a night for Ocean View, not really a bargain. That being said, we would probably stay here again just because of the setting.
Spoke to management this morning regarding cable; cable doesn't work in site 14, I needed to hook up to a splitter in site 15. Would have been nice to know, but the manager personally came down to fix the problem. Really nice folks.
Wonderful location with nice sized back ins. Awesome view, too. Not sure if it's normal for the area (we are traveling through), but it was $50 for the cliff side view of the ocean. It was the only spot they had in a 10 mile radius, so we gladly accepted. Would stay here again for sure!!
Enjoy the magnificence of the Oregon Coast from our beautiful park. Secluded, wooded RV and tent sites provide close access to sandy beaches and elaborate tide pools. Watch whales, seals and the hundreds of seabird species that inhabit these unusual rock islands of the sea. Enjoy stunning scenery, sunsets, beachcombing, search for agates, dig for clams, or just R&R. Take leisurely day trips along historic Highway 101 and soak up all the splendor the Oregon Coast has to offer. Our RV Sites are FH Water/Sewer/Electricity with 30 and 50 amp sites, each site also has a fire ring and picnic table. Sparkling clean restrooms and wi-fi also available. Enjoy watching the seals frolic along our beach that is nestled between Elephant rock and the Needles. Or see the whales feed off the offshore shelf. Something for everyone to enjoy their vacation.