No problem, montana. Yes, they have a website. I just checked to make sure it was still operational. It's at http://capekiwandarvpark.com
According to it, most of the sites are full hookup, with 50 amp service available. Yes, it seems that they do take reservations. You should visit the site for all the information.
From a new sign on the top of the front wall, I learned the other day that they are going to turn their old building into a pizza parlor. I hope the pie is good as that is something that is sorely needed around here.
If you've eaten at the restaurant/microbrewery across the street, then you know how convenient the RV park is to the beach (directly across the street).
When you get to town, if you want another place to eat, consider The Sportmans bar in town (next to the Shell station at the blinking light). It doesn't look like much from the outside (or on the inside either, come to think of it) but the food, especially the fried chicken, is really good. It's a real working man's kind of place, so if you're not comfortable with that, just call ahead and get some food to go. I LOVE the chicken and my wife and daughter swear by the burritos.
Pacific City is a small town, so don't expect a lot of fancy stuff. The local supermarket is perfectly adequate but hardly Big City level. I have to laugh when I see tourists, obviously from urban areas, looking down their noses at the selection in the store. Sheesh, what did you expect in a town of about a thousand people? I'm from New York City, but I know better than to expect a huge selection of gourmet stuff in a little town. Who would buy it? Duh.
If you need something electronic in an emergency, there's a Radio Shack dealer in town (across the street from the supermarket). It *is* a Dealer, though, which means that it isn't a company-owned store and the prices are usually higher than in a company-owned store. The upside, though, is that they are free to carry any non-Radio Shack items they want.
There's also a hardware store, under new (and friendlier) management in town.
I'm probably making Pacific City sound like it's in the middle of nowhere. Well, it kind of is, actually, although if you can drive about twenty miles north or south, you can get just about anything you could need in Tillamook (north) or Lincoln City (south).
Does this help? Is there anything else you would like to know? Just ask.