This RV park is probably the nicest park that we have stayed in during our trip through the Northwest. Jeff provided special help getting to the site and helping park the RV. The sites are not paved, but are gravel. The gravel pads are extremely level and solid. The pads are as firm and clean as a concrete pad might be. We were welcomed the first night of our stay by Jeff's daughter with a welcome basket with a few goodies. The site I parked in was a drive through that was long enough to park my 42' RV and two automobiles. Each site in the park has a light installed at the utility station. The park is just off of Hwy 101 on the west side of the road in Port Orford and is easily accessed from the highway. We enjoyed our stay there very much and will be returning when we are in the area again.
The park was clean and was easily accessible from I-80. Entry to the park was tricky. A short U-turn was required to double back from the highway in front of the park into the park entrance. The sites were wooded and easy to drive through with a Big Rig and towed vehicle. The sites were sloped pretty severely and it took some jockeying to get the RV leveled. The park is a great place for an overnight stay. It is too far from Omaha for quick access to the city.
The park was clean, the laundry facility was clean, and the toilets were clean. The park is easily accessed from I-80. The park has large interior roads and parking a large RV is not a problem. Cabela's Sporting Goods store is nearby. Nice eating establishments are available within walking distance. It was a great place to stop for one night and not have to unhook the towed vehicle.