The most disappointing feature of this park is the water. The drinking water has a very distinct yellow color. We were told that this is normal for the area but that the water is safe to drink. Fortunately I had full tanks and did not top off when we left. I would not stay here again. We camped at Kenanna RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $35.00
Park has nice appearance and is off the beaten path. But it has muddy, pot-holed roads. Not very clean laundry and an awful machine. No offers of maps, local activities, etc. It is overpriced compared to parks in Westport. Says Wi-Fi but one must drive to the office and sit in front for use. T-Mobile phone has no reception. The trail is unmarked to the beach area (got lost). The owners are new and not very friendly. Got a poor fill of propane (sprayed me with the release hose). There is no TV reception, very windy and wet. Sorry I had paid a month before checking out Westport. WIll not stay here again. We camped at Kenanna RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $24.00
The best attribute of this park is that it is a quiet place to just chill out for a while. There are plenty of restaurants, beaches and other tourist activities just a short drive away but this is a nice place to come to for a rest. Sites are large enough for any rig. The sites are grass, level, and were neatly mowed when we were there. Water is rusty but tastes okay. The cable TV is minimal but does include network stations. The driveway is about a block of potholes, not really a problem unless you like to drive too fast anyway. Sewer connections need to be fixed but there was no noticeable odor. Other facilities seem to be clean and in good repair. The rate shown is based on weekly rate and included tax. We would come again. We camped at Kenanna RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $26.00
We were really disappointed with this campground. The road into the campground was a rough pothole mess and they said they would not fix it as it worked as speed bumps. Cable TV was bad, water was rusty, and the sewer caps were broke or missing. The so-called short walk to the beach was a joke. This place could be a very nice campground with a little maintenance and TLC but they don't seem to care. We will never go back to this place as we rate it very very low. We camped at Kenanna RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground was nothing as it appeared online. The grass looks like it has not been mowed in months. The mini-golf course is completely overgrown with grass and mold. The bathrooms and showers were scary dirty and we were thankful we had our own to use. They state that you can walk to the beach. We walked down the trail with baby and 2 dogs in tow only to find the road washed out and absolutely no beach access. We spoke to a local who stated there hasn't been beach access in years. We would never stay here again. Complete false advertisement and complete disappointment. We camped at Kenanna RV Park in a Motorhome.
We had our anual family reunion there again this year. I'm not sure what is going on there the Park was nearly empty I want to say there were like 12 other camps there while we stayed. The Park is listed for sale and has been for about a year now to my knowledge. We're thinking next year Grayland State Park will be the hosts of our family reunion. We camped at Kenanna RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
All pull-thru sites. Very quiet. Owners and hosts are constantly making rounds making sure things are in order. Nice kids playground, horseshoe pits, mini-golf. The beach is a ways to walk now since the sands have shifted greatly the past couple years. The nearby access road is closed as well due to the shifting beach. We go here lots. :-) We camped at Kenanna RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Attractive park but weak infrastructure. Registration included warning regarding circuit breakers flipping and caution against use of AC during busy weekends, etc. Only 30 amp service that is at its limits. We were at end of row and water pressure varied. Nice grass level parking. Promoted as being on ocean but in fact is a probably a quarter mile+ along a rough path and brush to actual beach area. Park was full with family reunions and summer camps. Showers were not dirty, but also were not inviting. We camped at Kenanna RV Park in a Motorhome.