What a great park! Check-in was fast and friendly and when I asked for a river-front site they happily accommodated us. We enjoyed watching the otters play on the boat dock right behind our rig! This clean and well maintained park is nicely laid out and the concrete pads and roadways are great, especially when it rains. Large sites give you plenty of room for slides, awnings and vehicle parking. A great value, we will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We'd score this park higher, but our interactions with the owners/management were not so good. They must have been in a bad mood or something -- both my wife and I had the same experience. Grumpasaurases. We're more used to state and national parks I guess, where we're always greeted by the friendliest of folks. That said, great location on the river/bay. Many sites back right up to the water. Yes, it is a concrete jungle but our site was perfectly level and all the concrete means no sand/dirt in the trailer. While our spot against the water was plenty long, the hook-ups were about half way back from the road. I think this set up is great for RVs, but not so much for trailers. To get the trailer close enough to the hook ups meant our truck was blocking traffic. The spot was wide enough to park the truck next to the trailer, but that meant cramped quarters. Small quibble though. If you are into crabbing, you cannot beat this spot. Good supermarket is located within easy walking distance, as are most services. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nicest park in Waldport. Very friendly staff and very clean and well maintained. Enjoyed our stay and would give it a 10 but the Wi-Fi was spotty at times. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Yes, it's almost all concrete, but that's what you get at a marina. It's better than dirt or sand in your rig. The staff was friendly. We got a site facing the water which was nice, and the utilities were great. We had trouble off and on with the Wi-Fi. Showers cost 25 cents a minute. It was a pleasant place to stay while we drove up and down the coast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you like camping in a concrete jungle, this place is for you. Spaces are very wide, but to reach hookups you are within a few feet of your neighbor. If you want a waterfront site, your best bet is too dry camp. Although a waterfront site was vacant when we checked in, we were not allowed to request it. Not a friendly reception upon arrival, or when we called for reservations. If you need to do laundry, you will be limited to doing it during the day as hours are 8:00-6:00. No discounts for AAA, Good Sam, etc. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed staying in this RV park. We had a waterfront site on Lent Slough which was nice. The sites were level and spacious. It was only 1/4 mile to Waldport so you could walk to town. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No seagulls when we stayed here, so I'm not sure what the earlier reviewers saw. The park has very wide concrete pads and lots of pull through spots for big rigs. Good cable TV signal and strong Wi-Fi. The laundry is great and all of the washers and dryers appear to be very new and work very well, although the washers cost $2 per load. One big drawback is that you cannot receive mail at the park and they will not give you their PO box number, though you can receive FedEx and UPS packages at your site. Not a lot to do in Waldport, but you are near Newport and not far from Florence. They give no discounts for anything. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
All concrete park. Sites are double wide to park your vehicle next to the unit. Laundry is very clean and has new Maytag front loaders. Restrooms only have one shower. It cost $1 for 4 minutes of water. More time is 25 cents per minute. This was the only park in our last 50 stops that charges for showers. WiFi is very good. However, I used my Sprint mobile broadband which was excellent. We do enjoy this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you were here for crabbing it was a good spot. If not do not waste your time. Weather was poor while we were here and there is nothing to do in Waldport except play their 9 hole golf course. No restaurants or anything else. We drove to Newport for something to do. Their web site looks good but does not accurately reflect the quality of their park. Sites are very close together, and we had to back our trailer nearly 50 yards to get into our site. Will not return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Wwe were up front on the water with a nice view of the inlet. The problem is that they clean crab and fish down on the docks in front of you. The seagulls are flying over all day long and leaving their waste on you, your RV, car, and anything else outside. The wind blows here a lot too. They don't allow washing here, so it's tough to clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here a couple of nights just after Valentine's while we were on a trip up the Oregon Coast. This property is right on the Alsea River that flows into the ocean around the corner. They rent crab boats to you and will even cook what you catch. I thought that was very unique and fun. All the pads are new, spacious and have great connections for big rigs. Will come back again this summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We parked here with our windshield hanging directly over the Alsea Bay. By providing hook-ups on BOTH sides of the sites, they allow not only back-in parking, but nose-in as well. This allows both RVs and 5th wheels to park with the fantastic view filling the windshield. In nearly 7 years of full-time RVing, we have never seen an RV park quite like this... and we mean that in the very best way. Instead of just providing paved streets, or paved patios, or paved parking pads, this park has all three... in brand new solid concrete. That may sound cold at first, but the effect of having everything being concrete (with nice plantings between and around the sites) it that everything is immaculately clean. The bay here supposedly has some of the best Dungeness crabbing in Oregon, and judging by the number of people hauling in large catches, it must be the case. The park rents out motorboats, and also has a launch ramp for people who bring their own boats with them. There's also a large gift shop and convenience store, brand new bathrooms (with granite showers) and the newest, cleanest, most beautiful laundry room we've ever seen anywhere. This is a top-notch stop on the Oregon coast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Liked the park. Easy in and out and girl in office very nice and helpful. Park is not finished so there were no showers yet, but being built. The cement sites and road into park were good, but the gravel in front of the office was deep, and noisy. The one bathroom between where the showers were going to be was used by a lot of tenter and dry campers, so it was hard to keep clean but was OK. The bathroom in the laundry area was clean, but no mirror. Would stay here again when in area and sure the place is improving all the time. We camped here in a Motorhome.