We were unable to get a view site, but as it turned out, our site had a huge grass area backed up to a lovely hill which was great for us and our dogs. Plus, we were more protected from the occasional wind. The park is spotless, lovely, and quiet. The sand dunes are a huge draw and several adjacent parks allow ATV's. This park mandates that if you have an ATV, it must be towed in and out. Consequently, it's very quiet. I didn't even see any children, which was odd. The neighboring parks had tons of kids and families, but this park seems to draw more older couples. Many campers have been coming for years, so ask around for the best places to eat.
Although we had wanted an ocean-view or ocean-front site, we could only get a site in the forest section. However, it turned out to be great! It was both very lovely and quiet and still on a minute's walk through the park to the beach. Interestingly, there was very little road noise despite being near Hwy. 101. Apparently, up here along the coast, no one is ON the highway at night! How different from Southern California! I could literally walk down the middle of 101 at night and not worry about being run over (although I didn't). The office staff and maintenance people are quite helpful and friendly. Everything is kept up well, even to the point of the gravel being swept off the roadway daily. My only complaint was seeing "for sale" signs on two long-term units. We would definitely stay here again - and plan to!