We stayed one night on the way from Northern Oregon to California. Coming southbound on I-5, the park is a good 4.5 miles from the highway. The park is clean, has nice pads and a small area of grass. As mentioned in earlier reviews, it is somewhat a "tight squeeze" park, but do-able. The "River Front" spaces are nice. We did not see one goose as mentioned in an earlier review. We were not able to connect to the WiFi either Friday or Saturday morning. The office comment for the problem was: "There are a lot of people in the park." The problem wasn't slow service, it was NO connectivity at all. My husband went to the office a second time and their suggestion was to come sit at the table outside the office (the modem is hanging off a post outside the office). We would stay again if in a river front space. The same people own "Bridge View RV" which is immediately off Hwy 5. Maybe we'll give that one a shot next time.
Very clean park. It is spacious, although primarily a concrete/Marina park. This is a perfect park for those fishing out of the marina, or wanting a central location while they visit area attractions. We stayed for two nights before we headed up to Cannon Beach. The gentleman that walks through the park and checks on guests is very nice and interacts well with campers. If we needed a stopping place for a night or two, we would stay again. We have no complaints, although this isn't a place to relax in the trees or enjoy the feeling of nature.
We stayed for four nights and would stay again. The owners obviously pay attention to their reviews; an employee would come through the park a couple times a day and we did not notice any problems with dogs/etc. in the park (we own a dog). The park also requests no rugs be placed on the grass area. The park is away from any highway noise, yet walkable or bike-able into downtown Cannon Beach. The spacing is staggered between many camp spots providing more privacy. Laundry facility has at least five washers & eight dryers. The showers and bathroom areas are clean and also heated. If needed, the lodge has gasoline and propane available on the premise.