There was a bit of a mix up with my reservation but they were very accommodating. Sites were close together but manageable. I think I had the only pull through for large RVs. So if you have a large RV and don't want to drop your tow vehicle, you may want to call early for this particular site. Free citrus fruit is available for campers and the RV park is in a good location.
I found only one positive aspect about this campground: the view. The staff was not friendly at all. While I had a pull through, the sites were so close together that I had to drop my tow dolly in order to get out. As an example of my assessment of the staff: one of them came over to tell me to move my car that was in an empty site, while I was in the process of moving around the dolly and the motorhome. I ignored him, and asked if he would prefer that I hit the other campers. They charged my sister $10 to come into the park to see me off. (This was for a total of about 15 minutes). The site was sloped such that getting it level was virtually impossible. All sites sit on sand, and it was difficult to keep anything clean. While here, someone drove their unit off the side of the cliff so I wouldn’t say that it was safe either. If you want to walk along the beach, getting to and from the beach is dangerous as it is on the opposite side of the PCH. You can’t turn left out of the main entrance and there are vehicle restrictions if you turn right, so you must use the exit at the top of the hill. This exit is only open at certain times of the day and is treacherous with limited visibility when you exit.