A great State Park. We had a pull-through site which easily accommodated or motorhome and tow car. The do need to trim a few of the overhead branches, however. The park was very pleasant and excellent for biking and with access to local beaches. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is roughly half permanent mobile homes which are mostly separate from RVs but everything appeared to be well maintained despite being past its prime. Reminded me of a typical southern snowbird park. RV sites were long, narrow back-ins but since they tend to use every other site, there was plenty of room. If they were full, you may have very close neighbors. Rate is based on weekly with tax. Wi-Fi is free for one hour per day and worked well. Additional time can be purchased for $3 a day or $15 per week. Had some fuzzy channels on their cable TV. Since there were no Park Rules provided, it appeared that washing vehicles was OK, of which we took advantage. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has grass and gravel sites. Some are shaded and some aren't. It's very nice but kind of in the middle of nowhere. Must be a member of 1000 Trails or RPI to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Was very excited to visit Birch Bay...beautiful area. Unfortunately this RV resort is very run down. Pads were cracked and uneven, picnic tables rotted. We have a slide out and even though I reserved 3 months in advance we were put in a spot that if I put the slide out I would have knocked over the tent trailer next to us! They moved us to a different spot but still ended up taking up 3 spots! Very nice staff to be sure, but the ambiance and condition really put a damper on our trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.