Not sure how this got a 9. All gravel, decent sites, but poorly marked. Restrooms and showers across the public road from the campground. No obvious place to discard of trash, no rules or anything included with the sketch of the campground. Cable TV was out, and WiFi was $9.95 for a night! Twelve miles from I-5 on the edge of a canal, not what we expected at all from a "Marina Resort" for $35 a night. At $25, as a "Campground" we might give another point or two. Also only honors one night of Happy Camper discount although the book doesn't mention this restriction.
Nice wooded setting, staff friendly enough but not terribly informative. WiFi was marginal from what we heard around camp. Terrible one-lane bridge on the way to the campground, CREEP over it. Easy access to Redwood National Park, beautiful scenery, and the Klamath River. We were on the Happy Camper half-price rate of $13, and liked it well enough to extend our stay from 3 to 11 nights.
Got "three free nights" to introduce us to Thousand Trails, and only stayed two. The few nice features of this park were overwhelmingly negated by the attitude of the staff and the pages and pages of rules we were handed when we checked in, as well as the high-pressure tactics to convince you that Thousand Trails is worth a multi-thousand-dollar investment. What we saved in fees for the two nights just wasn't worth it to us.
Oceanfront sites are across in-park access road from steps to the beach. Very nicely maintained, friendly staff. Sites are gravel and concrete only, no grass, but the view and location is worth that small sacrifice. Weekly rate same as 6 nights. Separate dry-camp and tent area at $15. Concrete park-type restrooms/showers were kept clean. City park, not wilderness, but on the ocean. 10 for view & friendliness, down-rated for being an in-city park, no grass or trees.