We are here for a month. This is one of the oldest RV parks in the area, so it's small, with a number of permanent residents, but it is well cared for and the least expensive parks we have stayed at. Each site has cable TV and there is free Wi-Fi in the clubhouse which works very well. There is Wi-Fi available throughout the park from a outside vendor for a separate fee ($20) and it is fast and dependable. Taylor Oaks is about 5 short blocks from the bay and there is a free fishing pier close by. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nightly rate is a guess, since I stayed here for a month at $225 plus electric. Sites are small and most are shaded. Getting in/out of the park is tough due to narrow streets and large trees. DO NOT follow the signs to the office unless your RV roof is under about 10' 6" in height. I did $6k+ worth of damage to the roof of my RV (11' 4" height of front a/c unit) while driving on the north most road in the park. Park is very quiet, and a short walk to Water Street & town. A long walk to the beach! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.