2 Parks near Cannon Beach, Oregon
Apr 2016 - $39.00
This park has a great location and is way better than the other major park in nearby Seaside, but be aware that if you're coming there now, it is under major renovation. Lots of trenching as they upgrade power / water / sewer to the newer standards, and you hear the backhoe all day long.
For instance, they put us into a very tight spot at first with only 30 amp power, and after I complained, moved us to a newly-upgraded spot with one big caveat - stay off the newly-reseeded grass! We basically had to do the mambo ducking under our living room slide as we came and went, and even then, it was just one big muck pile right outside our door. That made for a messy stay.
Also, I'm glad that our car has a backup camera, because even when backed up within 2-3 inches of our coach, our little Honda CR/V was hanging a little bit out into the lane.
On the plus side, WiFi was the in the top 5 of all the parks we've been in during our last two years full-timing it throughout the country. Cable TV was also really good - lots of channels, and nice digital picture quality.
We'd come back again just because of lack of competition, and hopefully the next time all the work will be done. - coffeetime
Apr 2016 - $40.00
We have stayed here many times on Mothers Day weekend, so normally full park. Here at the end of March was a lot of spaces available. They are doing a major construction of all new water and electrical lines including upgraded connections. Still looks like at least another 2 or 3 months to complete. However, this did not cause of any problems of walking or getting into the available sites. All sites are asphalt paved but normally requires leveling. The staff is always great and friendly and make you feel most welcome. Propane and gas/diesel available...pricey. Easy walk to the beach and the downtown area. The indoor pool and hot tub is a big hit with the grandkids. We definitely hope to return for many years to come. - mandrgames
Nov 2015 - $40.00
Overall, the campground is great. Service at the office was great. But when it's been rainy, which it often is on the Oregon coast, the campsites are mud holes. The RV pads are concrete, but you step out in mud. Also, when walking around, there's dog poop everywhere. I know it's the dog owner's responsibility to clean up after their pet, but when they don't, the park needs to do something. It was gross. Never saw any camp hosts outside patrolling, cleaning up, or checking on things. - Bruce of Port Ludlow
Jul 2015 - $50.00
This facility is in major need of maintenance! The urinal in the restroom was plugged & overflowing and the toilets were filthy. The store that is advertised is not open on a regular basis. The picnic tables are in poor, if not dangerous, condition. Quiet time is not enforced. The dumpster needed to be emptied and was overflowing. The owner was very rude. - Elaine Nieman
Jun 2015 - $40.00
The park was poorly maintained, littered with trash, fallen limbs and leaves, and unwatered greenery. The wi-fi was too weak to use. The dump is located near the entrance, and we had to back in at an inconvenient angle, dodging children who were allowed to run and ride bikes in the area. We had to partially block the way of incoming and exiting campers.
We won't be visiting this park again. - Jolalla
Oct 2013 - $95.00
We stayed in a cabin and also had a small (class B) motor home I parked next to the cabin. They charged us $140 a night. The hot water in cabin lasted about 3 minutes before it went cold. They charge extra for just about everything, expect add on bills. The "large" Cabin is extremely cramped you must provide your own linens. WiFi worked because there were not many people in the campground. The facilities are pretty basic. $140 a night was outrageously expensive wish we had gone to a hotel for that price. - rivers2run