We stayed at this park in May, it's easy access to the redwood national park, the avenue to the Giants and the ocean beaches. First when you come into the park, be sure to use exit 734 Not 731. The road between 731 and the park in Very very rough. The electric in the park was low, we paid for 50 amp but bearly had enough to run the coffee pot and microwave. We had to run our refrigerator and hot water heater on gas while we stayed here. You can hear the sounds of the sea....sea lions and they are loud. The pull through sites are very tight. There are some back in sights that has a limited view of the ocean. It does have a good TV selection on cable over 150 channels.
Being novice Rv'ers we arrived late so lucky to get the last place. The spot was very tight, all crowded in with other Rv'ers. We left the next day. By the way we didn't hear any sound of the sea, lol probably due to low tide but just saying.
We stayed the better part of a week. Good launching point for exploring the redwoods. I prefer more vegetation/screening between sites. No sketchy units on site which is a real plus. Our site was quite large with peekaboo view of the ocean. Bathrooms a bit musty but I attribute that to the damp foggy weather!
Our family really enjoyed staying here. The boys rode their bikes and made friends. We enjoyed the tide pools at the nearby state park. Bob, the owner was friendly, helpful and accommodating. The amenities were great. Laundry room was clean and comfortable. Nice grassy areas and tons of BlackBerry bushes were a dream for the boys.
We stayed overnight in our mother home. The spaces are tight. The owner was nice and hospitable. Lots of blackberry bushes to eat from. We walked to the nearby state park.