This is hands down the best State Park that we have ever camped at. The park is well cared for, the camp sites are spacious, and the bath houses are outstanding. This is the only park that I have visited that I would rate the camping facilities as "10". The park is on the beach side of Highway 98 with a beautiful boardwalk across the sand dunes to the beach. Also, the beach is much less crowded that other area beaches.
This is a nice park with very nice hiking trails. There is a nice restaurant at the park. The park has several old stone buildings that were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corp (nice to see). However, the camping facilities are lacking. The bathhouses are adequate, but a bit old and run down for such a popular park; there was no paper towels, hand dryers or soap. The sites are paved, but in some cases unlevel; in section "c", the water spigot is on the opposite side and end of the site from where it needs to be (have two hoses with you). Most sites are under pine trees (I'm not crazy about camping in a pine thicket, but that's just me). Lastly, the closest close washing facility is 25 minutes away.