Rate includes reservation fee. Extremely nice Oregon State Park. Very close to the beach, just a short walk. Our group took three showers total and two of them were quite clean, but mine had some trash in the shower stall and enough hair in there that the shower started to fill with water while I was showering. I may have just hit the shower at an unusual time because my experience seems to be unusual. We have a long travel trailer and tow vehicle but had no troubles navigating the roads and pulled easily into our site. The map is very clear about the length of the sites. I do want to note that since the previous review in January, they have cut back the trees so there was no scraping on our RV or tow vehicle. If this park had sewer connections it would be a 10. We will return.
We enjoyed this RV resort. We had a relatively spacious site in the back along the outer ring of the campground (site number 14). The bathroom was very clean, and we had no issues with any of the utilities, including cable and WiFi. We also enjoyed the indoor pool and very large hot tub! They have adult swim from 8 - 10 PM which is nice. There is a well stocked store which includes video rental, and there is a gas station on site. We'll definitely be back.
This is a wonderful new state park, very convenient to get to from the Portland area. The sites are spacious and all have a fire pit and picnic table (the picnic tables are extra long and have an area with no seats so you could put a high chair there). There IS wireless available - it is very slow and only available near the Welcome Center, but in a pinch you can get online. I used it for work briefly and it worked fine. There is a nice recycling area, they sell wood until 9 PM nightly, and there is an extensive trail system surrounding the park (for hikers, horses, and bicycles). The 144 sites includes all sites (hike in camp, horse camp, cabins). There are currently only 43 full hookup sites available for RVers without a horse.