We started on the Internet trying to reserve a spot for 7 nights without success. Called their office and the nicest lady worked to arrange our stay. We had a beautiful ocean view site. The campground is an old Army base on the edge of Port Townsend. Our "Seattle vacation" became a Port Townsend vacation. Lots to do. Nice quiet park. Beautiful vistas. At least 40' between sites at the lower, waterfront camp. Not as roomy in the upper wooded campground. Would stay there again but only at the lower campground.
Arrived at this campground after realizing that Valley of the Rogue campground was not acceptable. It is a beautiful privately run national forest campground, celebrating its 90th year. It feels like a throwback to camps in the 1950s, but with modern amenities. They have boat rentals, restaurant, marina, grocery store, swim beach, adirondack chairs lining the shore, rental cabins, all in a gorgeous lake setting. We had a surprisingly good phone signal.The sites are enormous! Only complaint is that they are dirt, and not level. We have auto levelers and needed several blocks under the front ones! Staff is very friendly. Will definitely stay here again.
The drive through town was quite seedy. But, the campground was far enough outside town. Great coastal beauty. Accessible tide pools. Great botanical garden. Maybe 20' between sites, but vegetation create privacy. Friendly staff. Would camp here again.
Best full service campground we've stayed at. They have propane, gas, diesel, air, water and even a charging station for electric cars. We were there in the off season. It was very quiet. Typical space between sites. We didn't use indoor pool or hot tub. Very friendly staff. Lots to do on Oregon coats. Great location. Easy off easy on for Hwy 101. Ecola State Park is a great day use park right outside of town with great views of Haystack rock. We would stay there again, but prefer state parks.
Spectacular! Incredible historical location. Great biking and hiking trails. Access to the ocean. Tide pools and light houses. Fantastic interpretive center. Private sites 20' or so between, but a lot of trees separating sites. Relatively level. Easy in easy out for bigger rigs. Arrived after office had closed, but Washington State had a phone to call for a site. I picked up the receiver and automatically the phone connected to a real person who signed us up. Would definitely would stay here again.