Nice managers!! You get the feeling that this place is anti kid by all of the sign of what not to do. That would perhaps account for the fact that their weren't to many kids there if any. Beach is not within walking distance unless you really want to hike. 2 miles perhaps. We did walk up Hwy 1 (no sidewalk or shoulder to speak of so be real careful) and rode horses at Chancellor ranch. 50. pp and well worth it. Other than that, not much to say about this dusty unlevel park. I doubt that we will return here.
To call this a resort is a bit of a stretch!! Front entry to registration gives you an idea on the upkeep of the park. They were planting some flowers in and around the debris and dirt. The park is large with lots of trees, full hookup sites are full sun for the most part. The best thing about this park is its location to Pt Reyes and all the hiking that goes along with that. No dogs are allowed on the trails, however, inside the park. You can drive to the beaches and have your dog on a leash. Despite my 6 rating, we will go back again due to the location and lack of other alternatives in this area.