Great park for an overnight stay or several days. The park has very easy access off the west bound freeway through a rest area. The camp sites are mostly shaded under large oaks. There are trains but the sound does not seem to be a problem and they do not blow their horns in this area. After being very uncomfortable in the Cascade Locks Good Sam park due to very loud trains that blew their horns all night long, this park was great and less expensive.
Great park and the best beaches just a short trek through the dunes. But, watch out, the coastal trees are short and grow across the paved RV parking spaces. The Ranger in charge of the park thinks it is OK for branches to lay on your roof or against your rig sides when you are trying to get in or out. About 70% of the sites are not good for tall 5th wheels. Most the sites will work fine for shorter travel trailers but the reservation system does not indicate which sites might work and the park will not trade sites for you.
Love this park. An easy walk to the beach with hours of walking on beautiful beaches dotted with the famous Hay Stack Rocks. The park is clean and the staff immediately cut down some limbs that were in the way. Stay at least a week. It is a great park.
One of my favorite places to stay. The owners are great, escort you to your site that rarely requires any leveling. The owners are experienced RVers with great advise on your rig. Many of the people staying here are frequent guests from within the 250 mile radius of St. Regis. Fly fishing is great and a 9 hole golf course is very enjoyable. Quinn's Hot Springs is about 12 miles north and has a great restaurant.