This campground is quite nice. Most sites are separated by bushes and are spaced so each site was quite private. Our site had full hookups and was nicely shaded but sunny too. The table and fire pit were in good condition. Access to the camp is easy. The beach was about 1.5 miles away and was easier to drive to. The Bandon lighthouse was down the same road that took you to the beach. We would stay here again. Nice campground.
This is a nice place to stay. Nearly every site has some shade, though some have more than others. The sites are quite level and easy to get into. The hookups were also in good shape. Campsites are dirt except where you park your rig. Dump station and garbage is near the park ranger entrance. Access to the beach was an easy .5 mile walk. Some mosquitos in the camp but even more in the bushes as you walk to the beach. Access to the aquarium and other coastal attractions is great.
This campground was the last campground we stayed in on our Oregon Coast and Redwood Forest trip. When we first pulled into the campground I was disappointed. The camp was older and fairly unkempt. To pull into our site, we had to drive down one side of the campground loop, back into an empty site, then pull into our site. The western campground loop road would be very difficult to navigate with a big rig because of overgrowth and trees near the side of the road. Our site had 110 power, no sewer and functional, though broken, water valve. The power plug was exposed to the elements and not up to date. The site, and roads are all dirt and grass. Our site wasn't level but we were able to level out sufficiently. As a previous review mentioned, the camp is off highway 101. But it is three miles off the main highway. The road is fairly maintained but if you travel it at night, take it easy. There are some bumps and a temporary(?) one-lane bridge replaces a section of washed out road. The good thing about being three miles off the highway is that it is quiet. However, because of that, it is also less convenient. Our site was in the shady, western part of the campground. The eastern part is a line of rigs in the dust. The full hookups appeared to be more in the eastern section though I would still have chosen the western, shady area over the dusty, sunny, more crowded eastern area.