Great park if you have kids. They have a petting zoo, a 'western town' where they have ice cream socials and entertainment. The Skunk train tracks run by the campground although they advertise that it stops at their station and it no longer does. Good shade, some pull-through sites are not level but most levelers can handle them.
OK park, very tight parking spaces. RVs are parked head to toe and there is not enough room between the sites for 2 coaches to have simultaneously have slideouts or awnings extended. All services did work well. The main attraction is Caspar Beach which is right across the road. There are two roads into Caspar Beach RV from Highway 1. Take the northern-most road as it is shorter and does not have the 200+ degree steeply descending hairpin just before the park that will tear the skid wheels off your rig.
Great park very close to the ocean with a view of Point Arena lighthouse. Very clean and with good pet facilities. Large number of trees make it very comfortable camping. There is more than enough space at each campsite to use slides and awnings. The park has new owners and they are working to bring everything up to class A condition. They aren't there yet, for example, the Wi-Fi didn't work if you were very far from their office even though they had a repeater near our campsite. I have a high-gain Wi-Fi antenna and even that didn't help. Cable TV distribution was limited to 3 channels and was inoperative in our campsite. I will go back and take friends.