We stayed three days in the RV Park for a family birthday bash. There were family members from all over that stayed in the beach house, lodge, cabins and RV Park. This is a great venue that has accommodations to suit everyone and every budget. With every contact, the staff was the most friendly I have ever encountered. The RV Park, unfortunately, has not been maintained. They have let all the grassy areas between the sites die and that makes it look awful. I could see sprinklers, but obviously they don't use them. The fact that you make reservations months in advance does not mean you will get a good site as they let drive-ins take any spot they want (good if you are a drive-in). When we arrived after having reservations for 2.5 months we had two spots to choose from and we could not fit into one of them. We ended up five inches from the restroom roof. The parking pad was asphalt but narrow in our back in site and it was a little difficult to get our 33' Class A in because of the narrow road and angle. They do have pull throughs in the middle but they are closer together. If you are lucky you can get a good site close to the faux lighthouse and beach trail. After you pick your spot you have to walk to the Gold Beach Inn to check-in and pay. Not that far and the grounds are pretty. The really GOOD part is that the beach trail is just yards away with miles of uncrowded ocean beach. You can walk to shops and restaurants. They have a couple hot tubs that we were told by family were nice, but we did not use them. Even with any negative things, this place has a great location (beach and in-town) and with the really friendly and accommodating staff it is a good place to stay while in Gold Beach. And if you go, don't forget to take your craft paint and brush to leave a family keepsake rock in their garden. I think some make theirs at home, then place them when they get there. If you don't know what I'm talking about, you'll see.
This is a beautiful campground with many trees, shrubs and hiking and biking trails. You gotta love Oregon State Parks with their beauty and hookups that most State Parks don't offer. The walk to the ocean beach is long but you can walk to the Coquille River launch area and dock in a short distance. A bike ride to the beach is easy. We had reservations and stayed one night in the A Loop which is nice and private with large trees, asphalt parking pad and 30amp/water. Some of these spots may not accommodate a 35'-40'+ rig and toad, we have a 33' Class A with no toad. There are sites with Full hook-ups. The C loop is more open and newer with 50amp service but less trees, shrubs and privacy. There is no store on site and I saw no ice sales. Rangers were friendly. We will return for a longer stay.
We stayed overnight on our way to the Oregon Coast from Carson City, NV and on our return. It is easily accessible from I-5. You could walk to the grocery store and probably some restaurants about 1/2 mile away. It has level gravel sites with grassy areas in between. Hookups are new. A very clean RV Park with friendly staff. Restrooms and showers very clean. Pet friendly. The road noise from I-5 was not bad and we were in the front of the park. This park is a great place for an over night stay and even longer if you have a toad and want to explore the areas surrounding it. We will return.