This is a nice campground. Would recommend that you make reservations though, even though it's very large, it fills up. The road throughout is paved, and the sites are easy to get in and out. Nice wide road, and the sites have bushes/trees/foliage between so you have a little privacy (in most sites). The only thing we thought was odd was that there were no garbage receptacles, and noticed there is a large garbage area as you leave the park. Maybe they have problems with critters rummaging through the garbage so they had to put it all in one area. The dump station is very easy access. The only negative thing was that it was very dry when we were there (in July), and the area around the units were not grass or gravel, but dirt. If a wind gust came up it would whip dirt all around.
I disagree with the above review, we really enjoyed this park. It's a rarity to go to a park where they let you select your own site. True the sites are all side by side, but you are rewarded by a fabulous oceanfront view. You can sit in your RV our out under your awning and watch and listen to the crashing ocean waves. If you love the beach and beachcombing, or flying a kite, you'll love this park. The roads are gravel but easy to get around. We parked on the opposite side near the park host, a nice and grassy area.
This park is best suited for tenting and rv's under 24' in length. We had a 32' fifth wheel and the sign directing us to our campsite was incorrect, pointing us through a tight circle tenting area, where we got our trailer wedged in trees. The sign was wrong and it was pointed out to management who had no apologies. We were able to get our rig out (minimal damage), and locate our campsite to find the trees overgrown. We barely had room for the slide-outs because of large branches, and there was no room for the awning. We purchased a full hookup which was supposed to include water, electric and sewer but we were only able to use the electric because the sewer and water were placed at the rear of the space making it impossible to hook up. We noticed a neighbor that also was unable to fully hook up because of poorly placed outlets. We travel with our dogs, two chihuahuas and a small mixed breed, and were charged $2 per dog per night. No other campground we stayed at charged this much. As stated at the beginning, this campground is fine for tenters and small rv's but it has no business inviting large rigs without at least warning people about the tight fitting spaces. They also operate a horse riding facility right next to the rv park, with an unreasonable price of $45 per person for a ride to the beach and back. Instead of this, we took a helicopter ride over Seaside for $25 per person.