Date of Stay: May, 2013
This is a wonderful park. Everything is clean, and most of the RV sites are separated by Redwoods. It looks as though, many years ago, this was a clear cut and huge redwood stumps were left behind. New redwoods are growing from the old stumps. What a wonder camping here. This park is right off highway 101, but we didn't hear any road noise. If you want to hike the Jed Smith national forest, you should stay here. I would have given this review a 10 if it weren't for the horrible Wi-Fi setup. I didn't talk to the hosts about if, but should have done so. We stayed for six days.
Date of Stay: April, 2013
We really like it here. There are 8 loops. We stayed in loop H and were close to the showers and toilets. Showers were not all that great. Push a button and the water starts. Push it a couple more times and it will run long enough for the water to get warm (but not hot.) The people were friendly; the park was clean; firewood was available; and the after hours check-in process was simple. If you want to camp near the ocean, don't come here. If you want to see the Oregon Dunes, this is the place.