This park is ok. We stayed there in late July and it was full of fisherman. The Rv sites are not level, but they are clean with a picnic table and a burning pit. The men's bathroom was filthy! My wife said the women's bathroom was ok. The deli has really good food and I highly recommend the fish and chips. The camp hosts are nice and take the the time to come by your site to make sure everything is ok. The Rv park/deli is currently for sale hopefully the new owner put some money back into it as it has potential to be a great Rv park etc.
Great campground! We stayed three nights in space #143 and enjoyed it. It was a "premium" space next to the beach. "Shelly" at the main office was great and made check in easy and fast. The maintenance workers were nice also. The restrooms were clean and the other campers were quiet and polite. The picnic tables near the ocean are extremely nice to sit at and watch the sunrise, sunset, or just hang out at during the day.
The driveway from Hwy 1 to the Parks Office is pretty rough and needs to be graded ASAP. The poor condition of the road was surprising being there is a small dozer and backhoe on site?
The Wifi is horrible and almost useless at least at or around space #143. We did have intermittent cell phone coverage and our carrier is U.S. Cellular.
Why allow park workers to live in there trailer in a premium campsite? This was a topic of discussion of several campers I spoke with. This might also be what other posters were referring to as "sketchy campers"?