I am sorry to say that we were very disappointed with park and management. We called for reservation and asked about permanent residences at the park and we told only staff. This is not true, more than half the park is full time there and the sites look like it. I wanted a campground, not a trailer park and there is a big difference in cleanliness and type of clients. We were going to stay 3 nights but left early, wife just not comfortable there. We will not go back. - JeffnAnita
Rate is based on week stay. Others have said OK, just OK and scruffy. And I would fully agree with that. Lack of upkeep in the site areas to be sure. Lots of permanent / long term residents it would appear with usual "storage" all around. Site was long gravel. BOTH the north and south exit roads from the pull-through sites are blocked at one end as they have put permanent resident sites in there. So you have to back up from the end (north side is a gravel road) to get your rig to pull out - this could be a couple hundred feet or more on the north pull-throughs. TengoInternet had major issues they could not resolve in spite of my conversations with them. I would have given them a 6 but the office staff just laughed when I asked them about the backing up to get my 5er. - AZSwede
Nice park. Very clean. Good WiFi. Sites are a little tight but were doable for a large coach with care. No pool. Many full time residents but not a problem. Very popular during salmon season so plan ahead. Excellent cell service because there is a huge tower at the back of the park. We would readily stay again. Bandon is a neat town, lots to do and see. - bobcovey
This park has an excellent location in Bandon. Within just a few minutes either walking or by car you are down at the docks, shops and restaurants.
Add another few minutes and you're at the beautiful beaches.
The managers are so friendly and always available for any need.
The park itself is located on Hwy 101 and can be noisy. The sites are gravel and close but the location makes up for these.
We just completed a three month stay and will be returning this August for another three months.
Nightly rate reflects monthly rate.
Highly recommend this RV park. - freewheelingRVer
The sites were so close you felt like you were in a hotel room with a connecting wall. Also road noise was loud, and entrances right on a curve. Good for 1 night, if you were really tired! - garzv
Paved lot with gavel sites. No tables-no room! The most narrow sites I have experienced in 20 years of motorhome travel. Pull through sites are not pull through. Two units park one in back of other. Pet ares is actually small strip of dead grass on public right of way adjacent to street on one side of park. Internet marginal at best. Friendly staff but stay elsewhere. - alley
We stayed for 3 months. This park was very well kept and the rest rooms and showers were immaculately clean. The management was very friendly and helpful. The RV spaces were very spacious. The park is far enough from the more traveled roads that it is extremely quiet. It is just a short distance to the beach, which makes for a nice daily walk. I would highly recommend this park . They do have weekly and monthly rates. - User1598
We made a mistake in booking here. We had wanted Bullards Bar. If you go to Bandon, go there instead, there is no comparison. - NVDesertGirl
Manager was VERY rude. Sewer smells. We ended up leaving after the sheriff came and arrested the people next to us for metanphetamine. Stay away!! - hd450
This is a wonderful Oregon state park. Great campsites, plenty of trees, spots have plenty of room, picnic tables, fire rings, and comfort. Restrooms are spotless, camp hosts are pleasant, and they sell firewood / fire starters here at a reasonable price. We had a really nice visit, wish we could have stayed longer. Highly recommended. - Vasili
If you like trees, you'll love this campground. It does make it a little interesting when backing into your site, but we think it's worth it. Not very busy in the early winter, so it seems like they put everyone on one or two loops and leave the other one pretty much empty. I'm guessing if you ask them, you could camp there if you like camping alone. A nice long walk to the beach, or an easy drive and you're on the sand checking out plenty of driftwood. Rained while we were there, so we did not use the fire rings (bummer). The rain also prevented us from playing golf, so we shopped, and drove the beach loop drive checking out the gorgeous coastline. - San Diego Traveler
One of the larger coastal state parks with a variety of sites. Loops A and B are the older sites, and most have vegetation to provide privacy, while C loop has more open sites. A busy place all year, and reservations are usually a must during the summer and into fishing season which ends in October. Close to Bandon, with good Verizon cell and data, but satellite TV can be a problem depending on your site. Lots of full hookup sites, and a dump station also. A large volunteer and ranger staff keeps the park meticulously maintained and the restrooms and showers were very clean. Bandon is just down the road and is one of the coast's best maintained little towns, with a quaint "Old Town" and a variety of restaurants. Busy, but quiet at night. An excellent park with many great features, we'll stay here again. - Meanderman
The winter rate was $22.50 with Good Sam discount. A pleasant, simple park just off US 101. Good 50 amp power. Very long, wide pull-through packed gravel sites, as well as some back-ins. It was very easy to navigate the interior roads with a big rig and toad. The water pressure at our site was low (around 30 PSI). Excellent Verizon voice and 3G data service. This was a good location for exploring the sights from Bandon to Port Orford. - Denali
This is a very basic park, nothing fancy. Gravel sites, cement bathrooms and showers, and all hooks ups, though the 30 amp service did not work at our site, but the 20 amp sufficed. They only have one washer and dryer, both of which are expensive and the latter not very effective. The highway noise would have been bothersome had it not been for the intense rain all night. - gadabout80
Very basic park with no extras but perfect for us, traveling through. Hosts are friendly and helpful. Only drawback for us, only one washer and dryer and would have LOVED two. The one was new and clean as was the park. If you stay here, go into Bandon to Tony's Crab Shack for the best seafood in town! We had fresh crab; yummy! We would stay again. - sujudog