This campground located 1 1/2 miles from highway 20 is a rough hewn gem. We arrived late, in the dark, and the owner greeted us and then took us to our camp-site. She stayed while we hooked up and then said, "You seem tired, if you are not leaving early, you can pay in the morning." Pretty amazing, and yes we were tired so we paid in the morning. The stars put on such a display without any ambient light to compete with for their brilliance. The silence was quite unbelievable, simply no sounds except the forest and its animals. The setting for this park is beautiful, forest and glade. There are wild turkeys here that will bid you adieu. Our WiFi worked fine so we didn't seek out additional services, which is why I don't know what are available. Also I am not exactly sure about the number of camp-sites. Kids would absolutely love this place, with its wild and natural activities. We will check in here again as we travel up and down Highways 101 and 20.
If I could have given this park 20 out of 10, I would have done that. We were greeted while still in our motorhome, and then the owner walked in front of us to our pull through site. Once we were set up my husband went back to pay. No extra charge for our dog. Clean, well maintained park. As we were enjoying a glass of wine there was a knock on our door. The owner's son arrived with a welcome basket (salt taffy, popcorn for microwave, deck of cards and two herbal tea packets) in a basket plus day's Port Orford newspaper and travel magazines for the coast. It has been a very long time since we received this type of excellent service. We are Passport America members so the site was 1/2 price for us, but the service was full on. We travel up and down Oregon coast twice a year. This has jumped onto our preferred places to stay each time. We are right in town, yet our site is very quiet. It exceeds our expectation for a park.