Great location -- right near the bluffs overlooking the craggy coastline. We saw sea otters and sea lions in the surf. The campground is quiet, with some shade. The pads are asphalt and fairly level. During the summer, it's sometimes tough to get a reservation. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice area to stay. Ocean is right down the road about 1/4 mile. Plenty of hiking/mountain biking/cayaking/scuba diving. No surfing right close, but about 5 miles headed out of the park is Hazards Canyon. Have to hike through a forest to get to it, good break. Locals mostly, so watch your stuff as there has been a old history of getting windshields hit with baseball bats if you are not a local. I haven't had this problem and haven't heard it a problem for some time. I have camped here off and on for 15 years. One big negative is the night Racoons!! They are not afraid of anything including big dogs. They see one thing and its your food. So lock up your food or put it in your car. They will open your cooler and raid it with you sitting 5 feet away at the campfire. Very sneaky fat suckers. Other than that the campground is pretty primitive, but a awesome location. I would not recommend this area if you are over 28 feet. Not sure they are even allowed in the ground. Nice amount of trees for shade. Clean area as its a state park. Plenty of things to do and not to far from town if you want to skip cooking. I will continue to stay here frequently. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.