We stayed here to get a feel for the Oregon coastline. It was a great spot to do that, and is centrally located to drive the shoreline and visit Tillamook. This campground is off the beaten track and across from the bay. The other campgrounds were off the highway and not as nice as this. We have a 40ft 5th wheel and the site was not huge but we fit fine. The office staff was super friendly and they had crabbing opportunities on site. We would have stayed longer, but our schedule would not allow it. We would stay here again.
We arrived with no reservations during a local celebration that was going on. They were very friendly and fit us in for 2 nights. The sites are close together but our 40ft. fit nicely. The staff was friendly and they directed us around the local area. There is a wonderful farmers market/craft fair every Friday in Palmer and the campground is close to Wasilla and the Iditarod Headquarters and Museum. Our rate reflects Passport America. We would stay here again.
We stayed here one night so we could have sewer hookup. We would have stayed here more but were locked into another campground. This campground is about 6 miles away from the park entrance, but most campgrounds in the area are this far away unless you stay in the park and dry camp. The staff was really friendly! The sites are close together, like most parks in the area, but their are beautiful views of the hills out back. The sites are level and services are good. We would stay here again.
This park just opened for the season last week. Cable TV was not working. Internet was for 1 hour only. Grass needed trimmed but I assume it is the fact that they just opened. Overall the park is ok. Like most in Alaska, the sites are close together, but tolerable for the short term. The office staff was friendly. They have tour information if you want it, and know the area. We would stay here again.
This campground is 6 miles south of the park. Most campgrounds in this area are that far out. We were told they had free WiFi. You do, for 1/2 hour for your entire stay. If it is one day or one week, you get 1/2 hour. Cable TV is via your antenna, and it does not come in. The spaces are not long, but it was empty so we had room. The office staff does seem new and does not speak clear English, so don't expect help on the area. We ask if we could have a later "checkout" and were told we would have to pay a 1/2 day rate to do it. They were more concerned about the bus tours they have, staying in their hotel here. Bus's were in and out a lot. The sewer dump is set up so you have to back into it. Not possible with our 40'. We would not stay here, but the National Park next time.