We were here in Late April so the park was just opening up. Shared hookups are at every other site. So I had to go purchase a 30 amp extension cord and connect that with my 50 amp cord and an adapter to get power. Water was the same way. The park was quiet, but the sites are really close together. Lots of trees that could present a problem for some rigs. All dirt access roads and the sites are also dirt/grass. Meaning that after a couple of days your jacks settle and you need to go and reset them to maintain a solid footing. At 30 dollars a night it is a fair bargain for the area. Any higher and I would look elsewhere.
We have camped here for nearly 30 years. While this park has gone through some changes it is still a typical Oregon State Park, meaning it is well maintained, clean and in a wonderful location. They have repaved the south loop this month, with plans to do more upgrades in the future.
We just completed a month here as camp hosts. Our first time in the area, but there is so much to do a month is hardly enough time. Rock hounds will like this park as a home base. Obsidian and Sun Stones are only two of the rocks available. Great fishing in nearby CA lakes. Wi-Fi is really iffy as is cell service unless your have Verizon. Super quiet park. Lots of green grass early in the summer. Can dry out as irrigation water stops flowing. Fall is a great time to watch the deer waiting for apples from some of the parks trees. Lots of shady spots for even the largest MH's
While the state has upgraded to 50 Amp service recently, a lot of the sites are getting cramped by the trees. Large rigs need to be very careful when choosing a site not to get damaged by a tree. This has always been one of our favorite camping places and despite the tight spaces, still is.
Since finding this park several years ago, it is one of our places close to home for a weekend. Some of the sites are not large enough for us, but picking a good site is only a matter of a phone call to the managers. Last time we were here the boat launch was silted in pretty badly and they had to launch about a mile away at the public ramp. Be aware that the view sites can get a LOT of wind at certain times of the year. Good crabbing and clam digging in the bay.