Limited sites for big rigs, lots of sites for tents or smaller units. Walking distance to a great beach. Operated by Tillamook County Parks. As this is just of the beach, there is a lot of sand everywhere, stake out your patio rug to collect the sand off your shoes. Nice place to explore the northern Oregon coast from. If you have a big rig, make your reservation early for one of the 13 pull thru sites.
Used as an overnight stop, seemed OK. Was able to navigate a large fiver through the park and pull through was adequately long and wide for slides both sides. Down side, all roads are gravel, which is now mostly very fine dust. You get large accumulation of dust all over everything. Site was level side to side, but not front to back.
This is a blacktop parking lot, with side by side hookups, so you're door to door with you neighbor. While advertised as big rig friendly, it is very marginal (although, I did fit with my 35 foot fiver, I had about 4 inches to the line on one side and maybe 6 inches other side (not slide out friendly) and don't think about an awning, too much constant wind, and no room. Only a small handful (think 4 or 5) ocean view sites would hold a big rig, limited poor quality cable most sites, need a premium site to get full cable. Wifi for a charge.
Very clean park. Roads are paved, pull through sites are gravel and level, most back in sites are on concrete pad, most sites have room to park tow vehicle or toad. Escorted to site, hook ups are explained, offers 2/30/50A service, nice store (mostly food items), propane available. Young trees, no real shade yet, room for awnings and slides, and gets very quiet before 10pm.