Originally Posted by az bound
Now you let the secret out. Oregon has some of the best state parks in the nation and the most beautiful coastline.
It was so unexpected too. My reservation fell through at another park so I was scrambling around to find something (which is a job in July!!)
I found this park and got lucky as there was a cancellation and took it.
There are a LOT of avid campers, where I work, and I had asked them all about this place. No one knew anything about it, so I'm thinking 'this can't be good' (when I came back and was raving about this place, someone that I did not even know camped piped up and said they go every season- tent camping
It was a real gem and I will go each year.
I read some reviews, on a campground review site and they said it was hard to get a big rig in. While I only have a small trailer, I watched people with very large rigs back in just fine (faster than I did, in fact). I think a lot of it has to do with how experienced you are with your rig.
I do not think I mentioned it but each site is paved and nearly level. I put my TT over as far as I could, on the pad, to have more paved room at my doorway so I did use one 2" block to level. However, if I would have parked more toward center, I would not have needed to do that.
I am going to the Olympic Penninsula this month and not sure yet for Sept & October
I want to go to Fort Stevens & Silver Falls (heard rave reviews from friends about Silver Falls).
Ahhhh, so many great parks, so little time...............