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Date of Stay:
August, 2018 -
Pros: Site 100 was huge and had a beautiful view of the water and kite surfers. Check-in staff was very friendly. Spouse said restrooms were very old but clean. Location directly across from Shannon Falls hiking and sightseeing, and short drive in to Squamish. Cons: Backing in to this spot was a nightmare. Low hanging branches, boulders (see photo), tight curve, potholes, and not even close to level requiring four pads to raise the right side. We found large rocks to use as chocks as it was propped up too high for normal chocks to work. Utilities on opposite side of trailer hookups. Lots of full-timers in decrepit, moss covered campers. Grounds were neglected. Road noise from Hwy 99. No water pressure. Power fluctuated. Utilities located on wrong side. The potential for this campground is great due to location and lots of sites that could have beautiful views if someone would just cut back the brush. Overall, the feel was that it had just been neglected for a number of years. We camped at Klahanie Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Squamish has a very nice Saturday Farmer's Market and long bike trails through and around town. Rope Riders is a fun obstacle course next to the Information Center across from McDonald's.
Date of Stay:
July, 2016 -
Stayed a week and had a wonderful time. Campground staff could not have been friendlier and they work hard to make this campground a wholesome, family campground. It is not a campground with satellite TV because it is for families that want to go camping, not sit in front of a television. There is limited Internet but it is available at the main building. My AT&T worked fine. For families, safe for kids to ride bikes, a nice clean swimming pool in season, a playground, barn with animals, and okay to have campfires, which are often prohibited in the state parks in the summer. Sites did have some leveling issues but again, this is not one of those packed in like sardines on pavement campgrounds and we would rather level the trailer and have a roomy, treed site. We camped at American Heritage Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Olympia is our hometown so a bit biased. Only 15 minutes away and an awesome Farmer's Market, Children's Museum, free Capitol tours, and charming waterfront downtown. This campground is a great base for touring Mt Rainier, Mt St Helens, the Kitsap Peninsula, as well as biking and hiking close by.
Date of Stay:
May, 2016 -
Location, location, location - this is at least twice the average of what we pay for a campground but front row on the Pacific Ocean can't be beat! We made our next reservation before we left. For a private campground, there was decent space between sites. We were in a trailer so had to back in and had an RV next to us so pull in but they were nice folks and we didn't mind having our doors face each other. The people in the office were friendly and helpful and directed us in to our site. Sea Perch has a nice clubhouse which can be helpful in case of cabin fever, as the Oregon coast can be windy and rainy. My husband used the restroom and showers and said they were clean as a whistle. Our site had great views for whale watching and easy access to the beach; the park models here might block some site views but heard a rumor they were being sold and moved out which would be good. Yachats is a fun little town with good restaurants and a couple of nice shops. We camped at Sea Perch RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
The Drift Inn, Luna Sea Fish House, Wine Place, and hike the 804!