If you're looking for a quiet and peaceful state park experience, you might want to pass on this park. It's a very busy and popular park, and the sites are a bit close together. With the abundant boating nearby, a lot of campers bring their large RV, their tow/toad and a boat - and in already small sites - the loops can feel pretty packed in. When booking a site, make sure it can fit both your RV and any other vehicles - as the sites are pretty short. We had trouble squeezing our 35' motorhome and Mini Cooper into our site designated for 37' RVs.
A & B loops are definitely larger sites, with more separation between them with vegetation. C loop, where we got assigned, are more open and on top of each other. It was definitely a step above the commercial RV Park options in Bandon, but not the serene state park feel we enjoy.
We stayed in early October, and their websites said most sites were first come first serve. Upon arrival, the line was several RVs deep to check in - and very limited options even at 1pm.
The surrounding area is lovely - there's a trail down to the beach (about 1.5 miles away) and Coquille River Lighthouse is on site as well. It's not an active light, but tours are given every day from 11a - 5p by volunteers.
We did have great Verizon and AT&T 4G reception, and the town of Bandon is just a couple miles away.
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