The park was clean and adequate. Dog walking areas were clean with nice lawns. The beach was a bit of a walk, with a bridge to get you out there easier. We had to figure that out on our own - no one explained that to us. Their Wi-Fi is sort of a pain. It works with laptops, but failed to work with our iPads. The 1-800 # we were instructed to call never returned our call until 2 days later (we were home by then) Each electronic device requires a separate fee to access the service - credit card only. Again, it worked fine for the laptop.
We stayed in Paradise Cove as guests of some F/T RVer friends with a "Coast to Coast" membership. The CG hosts were extremely accommodating. Our friends were able to have us moved to the lower tier to camp closer to them when they told management that my husband was disabled and unable to walk too far. WiFi signal was strong in their community club house building. The community building was large, clean, and well set up. Showers were designed to be private and had GREAT water pressure. Beautiful views, and they were set up to cook your crabs as you came in (if boating/crabbing). Nice nice place!!
It appears to be an older park, but it's a nice park! VERY DOG FRIENDLY, and the potty areas were clean. Being an adult park it was very quiet in the evenings. Owner is very accommodating and cheerful. There are obvious long term campers here that have small veggie gardens, and flower beds. It was very quaint and we would happily come back! The internet works well here, too!
Arrived on time to find our space littered with trash. Used paper products (paper towels, plates, napkins), a few tin cans kicking around, dog droppings too. The fire pits had unburned trash in them. Not only our space, but the one behind us as well as the one next to us. ALL of the dumpsters were overflowing with trash the first 24 hrs we were there. We picked up trash before we set up. While it's a dog friendly park a high majority of the dogs were off leash, and owners had little control of them. One concern is that the water spigots are lower in the ground then the sewer hook-ups (and very close to each other). The beach itself has a gorgeous view with beautiful sea stacks. There are a few accessible tide pools (at low tide), but they were not overly exciting. Also, the high areas of the beach are c-o-v-e-r-e-d with spent fireworks debris and various garbage. We probably won't return to this park anytime soon.
The gravel parking area for RV's was stark and cramped - 10 spaces just a few feet apart. The trade off is that you are a stone's throw from ocean! View from our camper was gorgeous, but the RV area reminded us of the old summer "drive-in movies" parking lots. Blah gravel - no frills. While they advertise Wi-Fi it was down the whole time we were there. They did say they had someone trying to rectify the issues. The beach was long and peaceful. However, it was also littered with spent fireworks garbage along the high areas. It was well past the 4th of July when we were there. No camping allowed on the beaches, and most people there had their dogs on leashes. Their "Boon docking" area was very inviting! Trees, mowed areas, and the ocean was just over a grassy berm. Easy walking to the water. We will return, but go to the tent/boon docking areas to stay. Not due to $$$ savings, but due to the more "cozy camping" like atmosphere.