Sites are next to the ocean, the dunes block the view, but not the pounding sounds of the waves. Some new restrooms and recently completed parking pads and pull throughs. Very well maintained grounds, but could use extra cobweb duty. Must buy tokens for showers but they have different Washington state park logos so we looked for those that had the parks we camped at. Multiple walking beach access available as well as a nearby drive-on access road so we could ride along the beach for miles. Bring a kite, a 4 wheel drive, and try the fresh seafood offerings in Westport.
What a gigantic campground. Well laid out, well maintained. Some spaces are very private and others are fully exposed, but that can be expected in a campground with 500 spaces. Restrooms are in every loop, but showers are in every other loop. Showers included with camp fees. Had free Wi-Fi at the Marlin Ave. laundromat in Warrenton which was a nice clean place to catch up on our dirty laundry and next to Fred Meyers grocery/dept store/gas station.
Another Oregon state park winner. Clean, well maintained, great location, and fairly priced. The campground is large with a playground, horseshoe pits and trails through the sand dunes to get to the wide, sandy beach. It is within the Newport city limits so antenna TV channels available as well as AT&T cell and Internet connections. Most sites are not screened from neighbors, but those on the outside have more privacy. Hot showers and the dump station is included in the camp fee. One negative is that it is located by the airport so there is some plane noise, but less than the sea lions barking in the harbor.
Nicely treed and next to a small stream, but no water. Permanent vault toilet was clean, but need a flashlight. Porta potties not so nice, but closer to most sites since the campground is along a linear arrangement. Campground sign is easy to miss and the name of the campground is not visible from the road. Public water is along hwy 120 before the campground turnoff. Be sure to try out the gourmet fare at the Mobil station at the corner of Hwy 395 and 120. The Whoa Nellie Deli was great enough for us to return twice. Good place to check out Mono Lake and the Tioga Pass.
Don't know exact number of sites but we were in site 23. Densely foliage and in a deep ravine so no AT&T cell coverage. Maximum RV length of 24 ft due to very tight access. Clean but old facilities. Picturesque cove under the Hwy 1 bridge accesses through the campground.
Great park with most sites well screened by shrubs and trees. Clean and newer bathrooms with showers included in camp fee. 2 mile road and path to historic Coquille Lighthouse. Miles of sand beach and evidently very popular Dungeness crabbing area. Separate horse camp with trails through the dunes. Right outside Bandon By The Sea and the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. AT&T cell and Internet works here.
2 blocks from a very nice beach next to the south harbor. Friendly and helpful staff. Sites are very close and graveled although the access roads are paved. Some sites have storage sheds so there must be a market for long term stays. The campground Wi-Fi did not work which was a bummer since we stayed here when we couldn't get a site in the Harris Beach State Campground and needed to adjust our travel plans by Internet. AT&T cell and Internet worked. Sites along the edges of the park are shaded, but interior sites are exposed with only a picnic table and the rig next door to shield you from the coastal winds.
Burlington Campground next to the Visitors Center. The campground is located between hwy 101 and Avenue of the Giants so no matter where you're camped, you'll get road noise. That being said, camping in a grove of redwoods is mystical. They did a good job of shielding sites with giant stumps and trees since there is no ground shrubs or sun because of the dense canopy. Bathrooms are new and 50 cents for 5 minutes for a hot shower is a luxury after hiking through the beautiful trails. There is AT&T cell coverage but not enough bars for Internet. Nice kitchen washing station and plenty of potable water faucets.
Rate reflects Good Sam Discount. One stays here for the location. It's a short 10 minute walk on a well-lit pedestrian/bike trail to the Larkspur ferry to the historic Ferry Building on San Francisco's Embarcadero. from there it's only a block or two to the cable cars, historic F line trolley, or the municial buses. The Golden-gate Transit bus also can take you into and out of SF with the Lucky Drive bus stop for Larkspur only a block walk to the rv park. Trader Joe's is 3 blocks away and gas stations are also nearby. The park itself is very clean but the sites are very close, not allowing for awnings if the rig next door has slide outs. We met 4 different staff and all were extremely helpful and friendly.
Nice and treed campground next to the river allowing for nightly walks on the river levee and great sunsets. Good access to Costco for gas, CVS pharmacy for prescriptions, and a Bass Pro Shop for kicks. Never been to one, but it's worth a walk through, especially if you need some camping or fishing gear. The low rating is because the bathrooms needed a good scrubbing and the showers were unique (and not in a good way). The shower head is mounted in the 8 ft high ceiling and the low water pressure makes getting a good cleaning difficult.
Rate reflects senior access discount. Bring your bike! Once in Yosemite valley, leave the car behind with all the parking headaches and get around with a bike. No showers, but you have to check out the kitchen washing station! I watched people using it, took pictures, and even had to use it too... Looks like a giant toilet. For millions of people who love Yosemite to death, this campground is very clean but certainly not private. The Village Store at the Village is a large, complete grocery. The Village Garage can fix your vehicle but you can't get gas anywhere in the valley so be aware. You can get a shower at the Housekeeping complex, but it'll cost $5. The laundromat is a better deal.
Rate reflects senior access pass discount. Loop A is a grassy circle next to the roadway with group and single camp sites. Not as nice as Loop C, but smaller number of sites mean less people around. Great place to get to the Mariposa grove and Glacier Point areas. No showers, but the restrooms were clean and had kitchen washing stations. The local Pine Tree Market in Wawona has most basic groceries including fruits and veggies. No AT&T cell coverage.
This county campground is nicely shaded by big ponderosa pines which is a welcome relief in 90 degree heat. Paved road and pull through sites, but very tight for big rigs. Well spaced sites. Most are not level but come with fire ring and table. It overlooks the valley and the newly opened freeway. Wind in the trees drown out most of the freeway noise. Take the Davis Creek exit off 395. You must pay an extra $1 per pet per night. Pay showers are very clean. No hookups. Dump for extra $5. Convenient to both Reno and Carson City.