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I took my kids on a weekday, so getting reservations was a breeze. Most campsites are very big so I would recommend getting a spot near a bathroom. The toilets flush so it's not smelly at all. I also wish I had a campsite closer...More
Yes, the beach is awesome with the tide pools, rocks to climbs, caves to explore, and things to do.
Yes, the campground is beautifully set amongst the trees, a semi fast 10 min walk to the beach under the highway, semi working bathrooms that are...More
Peaceful spot. Dogs are allowed on leash. There are some big rocks and small caves off to one side which are unique. There are a lot of rocks down by the water but the beach is clean and the waves are huge.
There are 2 entrances/trailheads. One off of PCH at the beach and one off route 23 East at Decker School Road. Some parking is available at both locations. You can hike for about 12-14 miles or just take a short trip. The views of the...More
This place is great. It is very hard to get a reservation; so, plan on booking 7 months out or check like a mad person for cancellations. The beach is gorgeous and dogs are allowed in one section. The campsites are awesome because it is...More
I would recommend sites that are across from each other so you have a large space in the middle. 56 & 41 woukd be nice (I have stayed at 56) or 81 & 22 (81 is on my good site list) The ones in that middle loop have huge area... More
I would recommend sites that are across from each other so you have a large space in the middle. 56 & 41 woukd be nice (I have stayed at 56) or 81 & 22 (81 is on my good site list) The ones in that middle loop have huge area in between. If you want side by side 66 and 69 look good but I haven't had one on that side yet.