We absolutely love this RV Park. We've made this a regular stop on our trips down the Oregon Coast for many years. You had to be a member of or stay as a guest of a member of the Elks to stay here but the park was sold to a private party and is now open to the public. The park is a little rustic but improvements are underway. The power is solid and the water pressure is good. There is a playground for the children and a spacious grassy field where the elk sometimes visit in the early morning. It is 2.2 miles off Highway 101 and away from traffic, trains and planes. In other words, it's very quiet. There is a two lane RV Dump at the exit.
Just have to brag on the owners and sag. Our truck broke down the last day of our stay. The owner/workers called a mechanic to come help us, hooked up our camper and moved it to another site for us so that we could extend our stay while the truck was worked on, and the maintenance guy took my husband to the grocery store. You can't beat customer service like that!
We had a nice and quite stay in this park. Would certainly visit again.