Very small gravel parking lot in which 10 campers were squeezed very close together. Only 1 bathroom/shower so be prepared to wait. Even motel guests (motel is connected to the campground office) use this shower so it's one little busy bathroom! Very little privacy since campers so close together. This campground "parking lot" was right behind residential houses in town, but down the street about 3 blocks is a nice park and bike path. Overall this is just "a place to park overnight if you're desperate." Not worth it to stay long-term, especially for the price and how little you get for your dollar. If we had a choice, we would not come back here.
This is a super campground with mini-golf, swim pool, spray pool for kids, ice-cream socials nightly, arcade room, gift shop, friendly staff. They had sites for all types of campers from tent to huge RV. Not much for shade though. Bathrooms/showers were really nice and clean: even double shower curtains with the name "Jellystone" written on them. Wow! We were really impressed with the amount of "features" offered here. The price $31 was high for our needs, but really nice place.
This campground catered to very large motorhomes owned by seniors with all the extra amenities of cable TV, WiFi, etc. We were in a tent trailer so didn't need all the extras but still had to pay for them $31 The owner (woman) was nice enough to give us a Good Sam discount but the man in the office was very grumpy and didn't have any people skills...in fact he spoke quite rudely to me when I asked him a question. Bathrooms were very clean but hot (no air vents or a/c) Temp outside was 100 F and the bathrooms were close to that too! Sites were pad of asphalt and small patch of grass with one small tree between sites. Overall we thought it was very expensive for our needs... but if you are a big RVer wanting Cable and internet it's probably worth it.
If you love horses, you love the atmosphere here at Sea Ranch RV Park because the horse pasture is right beside campers...some campers can eat at their site with a horse leaning over the fence! Quite the aroma! Trail rides very pricey $50 / hour...but nice ride to the beach. Wild bunnies running loose everywhere which was really cute. Kids loved the bunnies. Cabins available to rent also. Lots of construction going on while we were there, building more cabins. I felt sorry for the campers who had guys hammering right out their trailer doorstep. Lots of trees and mostly gravel on sites. We were very crowded in our sites because the campground put 2 trailers in each site...felt like sardines! Our fire pit smoke was right under our "neighbor's" trailer window! Bathroom house was like an old time shack...very low ceiling, had to duck under the roof. Door handles were horse stirrups (kind of funny) and toilet stall doors are saloon doors so as you sit on toilet, people can see you (very strange setup)...quite crowded in the bathroom if more than 4 people...very uncomfortable! Shower heads quite low so you need to bend at the knees to wash your hair. Overall bathrooms poorly maintained, quite dirty and often lacking enough toilet paper or paper towels. Although the ground rules stated people should clean up after their dogs, we noticed it was not a rule anyone followed. Overall we liked the rustic "horse" and bunny atmosphere, but found the "human" comfort level to be very poor.
Very quiet campground due to mostly seniors in large motorhomes. Motorhomes lined up side by side on cement pads with little patches of lawn between them, each with one little tree. We felt a little "small" in our tent trailer. Very clean and spacious individual bathrooms / shower rooms...very nice for privacy but no soap to wash hands! Laundry facilities were very nice. Lots of amenities like cable TV, WiFi included in price, but if you don't need those extras (like us) there was no discount in the price unfortunately... so we found the price $28 to be high...but overall a really clean and quiet campground.
Hood Park , run by Army Corps of Engineers. Wow! It is the best campground we've ever stayed at. Beautiful green grass, playground, very clean bathrooms/showers (no privacy for the change room area but showers did have doors) Very well kept! Great lake to boat in with beach swimming area too. Lots of shade trees around most of the sites. Campers can visibly see each other very easily but lots of physical space between sites. For the price, it's a great campground!
Harbor Vista Campground was very pretty with lots of trees, great privacy between spacious sites and close drive to ocean. We were disappointed in how poorly the bathrooms were cleaned (if at all) in the week we spent there and we didn't appreciate having to pay 50 cents for a speedy 2 minute shower either. Pay phone didn't work very well (couldn't be heard talking) But the sites were very nice and quiet campground. Compared to other Oregon campgrounds we stayed in, we would return to Harbor Vista again.