This RV park is located right near the mouth of the Umpqua River leading to the Pacific Ocean and is a beautiful setting. There is a marina just across the short bay from the RV park and you can watch the boats as they go out and return. We parked in space 105 and it is located right on the water on the east side and directly across from the restrooms and showers. There is no shade here but we didn't need it while we were here because the highs were only 75 each day which was quite comfortable. Access in the park is easy for any size vehicle. We will be staying here again if we are in the area again.
This was a very nice, clean, quiet campground, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. We didn't have reservations so we just called ahead when we were just an hour away and we even got a spot on the river. The view of river and sunsets each night were just amazing. The only reason I didn't rate this a 10 was the entrance to the campground is a tight turn from the road with nearly a 180 degree and with a 30ft RV and 15 foot tow vehicle that makes it a bit tight. Overall, this is a terrific campground and I would highly suggest staying here and we will stay here again if we are in the area.
Don't follow GPS to navigate to get there. We drove the 16A road south of Mt. Rushmore and I do not advise you to drive this road in an RV. The road is extremely curvy and there are a few really narrow and short tunnels to navigate through. A portion of the road is very tight in width and the shoulder is a few inches drop so quite tough in a 30' motorhome to navigate through. There are a few RV sites with hookups but navigating to park in them is tight and tricky. The owner guided me and I ended up smashing my cargo bay door to my propane and now it is really difficult to open the door. The wolves were nice to see and the campground is nestled away in a valley surrounded by the Black Hills.