This is a "high end" RV resort where only class A & C motor homes are welcome and there is no shortage of million dollar coaches. We paid for an "Ocean Front" site that had a breathtaking view. In fact just steps in front of our rig and there was a spectacular view of the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. The clubhouse with pool is great. We could not get on the WiFi and security was no help even though the instructions they gave us told you to ask security for help. Great spot to explore the Oregon Coast from. We would stay here again.
Campground manager and owner could not have been nicer. They even let you pick our own site. Most sites are pull thru's with lots of space between sites. Great place right on the Avenue of the Giants. Many places to hike and enjoy the majestic redwoods. We would stay here again.
Nice little RV park just south of town. We had a waterfront site on the estuary and we could even see the ocean from our site. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Great spot to enjoy the coast. We would highly recommend going on a jet boat tour up the Rogue River where we saw all kinds of wildlife including bears, river otters and bald eagles. We would stay there again.
Stayed here 3 nights while exploring the Oregon Coast. The Campground is basically a fancy parking lot; however, we had a view of the bay directly in front of our RV. The laundry facilities were very good but the Wi-Fi was poor. Riding an ATV in the dunes just 15 minutes north is a must do. We would stay there again.
Stayed here overnight on our way to Oregon. Camp host was very nice and gave us several recommendations for places to have dinner. Not many amenities; however, the Wi-Fi was excellent and a beautiful view of Mt. Shasta. There is a Pilot truck stop just outside park. We would stay here again.
Great little campground at the top of a hill. We drove the summer bridge route in our toad but would not in our motorhome. Part of the route is a gravel road with a single lane temporary bridge. The other route is just fine if you take your time. The ladies in the office that checked us in could not have been nicer. The sites are decent size and many have lots of shade. There is a charge for wifi. Great wine tasting nearby. We will stay there again.
Great spot close to Monterey. Our 3rd time staying at Marina Dunes. Small RV park between freeway and ocean. Some road noise but manageable. Good satellite reception. WiFi just so so. We would stay here again.
Our second time here. We spent Memorial Day weekend with some friends. Campground was busy but nice. Sites by fire ring have lots of room behind for kids to play. WiFi was poor. No cable but satellite worked well. Point Reyes National Seashore nearby as well as lots of places to enjoy oysters.