Date of Stay: July, 2011
First of all my husband Google mapped this, and Google said it was north of Moclips, wrong!! We finally found this RV park after our hour long trek north past its location. My husband had picked this RV park due to the reviews he saw and the nice web page they have. Web lookers beware!!! So we have the address and my husband had called prior to see if there was a spot available for the next couple of days, and yes, there was. The AT&T cell coverage in this area is spotty at best so we were unable to contact the office to find the exact location. We pulled into the address and my husband says, "This can't be the place." He goes to the office, no one there. Finally one of the residents comes over and said we could just park anywhere. My husband gets back in the truck and we both look at each other, and we know there was no way in HECK we were staying here!!! This is not an RV park; it appears to be a very low rent motel, with what at one time may have been a nice RV park and motel back in its day. The characters that live here to say the least, are scary looking. I WOULD NOT stay here with any children of any age. Scruffy looking men hanging outside the doors of the motel, beers in hand and the women were not much better. This property is up for sale, so that may be another indication also for its very run down appearance. I have to question those excellent reviews The Dunes Beach Resort has gotten. Beware: do not stay here!!!!
Date of Stay: July, 2011
This is a very nice park, well kept with friendly help. Close to the beach just a short walk over the dunes. We had full hookups so there was no need to use their bathrooms,but I will assume they were fine if the grounds were any indication, because they were kept very neat. It is very sad to see all of the RV parks of my childhood looking a little tired if not well loved. This was a very quiet park being in the middle of the week with mainly senior and adult tenants with about 20 RV's in all at the park. It has a nice grassy area for the kids with a slide and some things to climb on, horseshoe pits, a club house with pool table, and a volley ball net if you so desire. Our only complaint is the front half of the park were the RV parking is is just a large gravel lot, no trees to break up the parking lot feel. It does have a smattering of picnic tables, not one for every slot and most have seen better days as so have I so I wont complain too much. I would recommend the Sunrise for it's cleanliness and its proximity to the beach.