The campground hosts really maintains this state park in top condition. It was nice to see the old dilapidated outhouse had been replaced with a sturdy new facility. I was very surprised to see that the beach campground below had been washed away. There was also a new restriction on clam limits. The one item I did not appreciate was the notice that clam cleaning was no longer allowed in the campground. This must definitely be rescinded. There is no decent place on the beach for clam cleaning. I don't know whether this was a state approved rule or whether the campground hosts had prepared the notice. Either way, it must go. It is still a well kept secret campground. But with the demise of the beach campground, the view campground is now crowded. I will stay here again once the clam population returns, and the clam cleaning policy disappears. I had to pay a nightly rate of $1, but I stayed here free with a camping pass. We camped here in a Tent.
Beautiful campground. Well vegetated. Stunning view from site #14 of the ocean, beach, and bluff. Sites were clean. Quite campground. Access to beach via a staircase trail. Good fishing within walking distance. Clamming within walking distance and season. Eagles and sea gulls fly by but don't stay so it's quite. Road is in rough shape. It needs gravel for the pot holes. We drove slow and we were fine. It is the only reason the campground is not a 10. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.