2 Parks near Cannon Beach, Oregon
Jul 2015 - $40.00
We stopped off here while driving down the Oregon coast. The park is very close to town, but no so close for the noise of highway 101. The bathrooms are clean and the pool and hot tub was just right for kids. The late evening restriction for adult only was very nice.
Our site was on the outside of a loop, which made our "backyard" a canopy of trees and ferns. The site was a little uneven and the mosquitos were out for the summer but overall a great place to stay.
We would stay here again for the location and great amenities, especially for the price. - TTannerUT
Jun 2015 - $40.00
Wonderful park, terraced lots with plenty of room between them, park like setting. Very gracious, helpful staff. Very nice park. Would stay here again. - Joe Smart
Jun 2015 - $43.00
If you like trees this is the place for you. It's almost like RVing in the forest here though the sites are a bit close together. It took 3" of blocking to level the trailer at my site. We had a pull-through site (asphalt if I remember correctly) but it was a bit short for the trailer and the parked truck. I had to angle the truck at the end of the site. The WiFi was excellent (we had a repeater right next to our trailer). The park was fairly busy but still quiet. Laundry room was good. Gas and Diesel are available but on the pricey side. The park management staff was very helpful. I'd definitely stay here again. - RVRenter
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
Aug 2011 - $43.00
We stayed here 2 nights. No internet was available during those 2 days. We complained numerous times but problem still didn't get fixed. The office lady was very rude and unhelpful. The campsite was very crowded and cramped with minimal privacy. Having stables on site was a nice treat, although expensive ($70 per hour). The trail ride was onto Cannon Beach which was a first for us. The location was good and only a 3 minute walk to town and about 5 to the Beach. We are not sure it was worth the money. - Thebs
Jun 2011 - $43.00
Not a place that really cares about you, only about your money. PROS: close to town, lots of sites, flush toilets, close to horses, cabins available, and spots 14BB through 14G are the nicest shady spots with grass (TENTS only in those). They have an upscale store and massage room, doesn't seem to fit with the campground. Pool would of got more use, but I guess its all about the money. CONS: a lot of VERY small sites (i.e. spot 48 thru 52, etc), gravel road, most spots are just dusty with no grass, owner and the staff care only that you paid--don't expect anything besides a hassle if you ask for anything. They begrudgingly moved us to a spot that wasn't on the little creek, since we have a one year old and were afraid of her falling in water. I heard several other unhappy customers while we were there. We won't go again, as we like to support businesses that care about their customers. - N2BBQ