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Reviewed 13 April 2015

We stayed here for 1 night with the camp being very scenic & pretty, amongst the woods & just across from the small marina & bayside cafe (extremely worth a visit for lunch, dinner or both). The pitch we had, included water & electric hook up & a concrete picnic table/bench & a fire pit & BBQ. The pitch was on the small side (both width & length) - some of the longer RVs were protruding into the roadways, for example. For us, for example, with the slide out in situ, there was not enough room to have a sun canopy out the other side. There are restrooms on site - showers cost a quarter (I think) for 2 mins - if you want a longer shower, you add more quarters. We did not use the showers, so unable to comment further upon them. There are disabled facilities, which combine a shower & toilet in one room. There is cold running water to wash your hands in the toilet blocks, but no soap. The restrooms were functional, but not particularly clean with toilet paper strewn across the floor. It is also difficult, perhaps, to keep such facilities clean in the middle of a wood too, hence walking in dust & leaves, etc. the main issue encountered was noise - due to the close proximity of the pitches, noise travels hugely, & during the day you can kind of accept it, but unfortunately during our stay, a group 1-2 rows away had music playing & shouting their conversations til at least half past midnight! This, despite staff being on duty at the front gate & quiet hours rules being posted on the check in documentation. Really quite disrespectful for others on camp & why bother to put it on the check in documentation, if staff are not going to monitor. I am not saying people should not sit out late under the stars & enjoy themselves, it's just to be mindful of others (if it hadn't been for us needing to make an early start the next morning, we would have sat out a little later too!). The camp ground is clearly a popular site, but I wonder if it is more for the location & scenery, rather than what the ground facilities provide. I would describe our visit here as disappointing :-(.

Date of experience: April 2015
7  Thank Rebecca W
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Reviewed 28 March 2015

Very nice park, a 3/4 mile hike to Black Hills is a must. Beautiful golf course, interesting museum.

Date of experience: March 2015
Thank Antoinette B
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Reviewed 27 March 2015

It's s very cool park with a huge rock. We found lots of intact sand dollars. Pretty windy on the northern side but there's a little area on the southern side that's nice. You have to wonder how the city allowed the power plant so close to park though

Date of experience: March 2015
1  Thank Chris L
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Reviewed 11 March 2015

This is an amazing State Park and it has lovely views of the ocean and it's so calm. Simply stop and just be for a little while. Relax and take it all in. Enjoy and live life. :)

Date of experience: January 2015
1  Thank PamelaH922
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Reviewed 11 March 2015

We went to the part of the park that's directly adjacent to Morro Rock.

Ignore the signs and climb the breakwater for a close up view of the crashing waves. Beware of crabs in the rocks!

A great place to sit and people watch. Maybe you'll get a view of some otters!

Date of experience: February 2015
1  Thank 636ameliag
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