This park is very serene and, even though close to the highway, quiet, at least where we are parked. There are grassy areas between each site as well as trees on a good portion of the park. We are members of a Good Sams' group out of Vancouver, WA and have camped here before. Our only issue has been the lack of sewer hook-ups for the group even though there are full hookups in the balance of the park although they do have a dump site. (The reason I gave it a 4 instead of a 5). We do understand that this will change and by next camping season, the entire park will have full hook-ups, we are told. We use their meeting room and kitchen areas which are nearly perfect for our needs. The kitchen is large with lots of stainless steel work surfaces, a triple commercial sink, and a large commercial stove with grill as well as oven. The meeting room is filled with round tables accommodating 4 each along with a serving table and side bars as well as a large, stand-alone bar area. Our group has been very happy here and will return in the future. There are lots of rabbits so dogs are sometimes a bit challenged but there is a large, fenced dog area along a creek so the dogs can be off-leash without fear of harm. We are camped in a 40' fifth wheel.
Stay for a few days in the area. We checked out most of the RV parks in the Tillamook area and found this to be the better of the parks. It has very clean bathrooms and laundry room with good prices to wash and dry. This park could be amazing with just a little work on the owners part, there is a nice river that runs throw the back so make sure and take a walk. There are lots of bunny's that run around the park we did not mind them but my dog on the other had...Few things that I found on the down side, lots of live in, that just takes away so much from what could be a very nice RV park, they kind of kept them in their area, but...also the owner and permanent resident let their dogs run the park, but yet the rules say dogs must be leash, so their dogs were coming into our sight barking at our leashed dog. Sights are close to each other but the park was not full so worked out ok. Park could handle any size RV, there is NO ATT cell in the park, they do have WFI and it work well.
... with noise. They were staying in a popup and asked me if I heard the commotion the prior night. I replied that I had not, and they proceeded to tell me the story of loud hillbilly music, a screaming baby, and a bonfire 6 feet tall (in a fire restrictive area). We had not heard anything, but the bedroom in our fiver was at the opposite end of where they were describing.
The roads are gravel, but mostly dirt, and the management tried to keep the dust down with a water truck that periodically traveled the park. None the less, our rig and truck were covered with a fine layer of flour-like dust the next morning. The sites were all grass, but fairly level.
The restroom and shower facilities were clean and well maintained. The staff were very friendly and helpful. A chap on the edge of the park sells firewood for those that need it.
Plenty of shade trees made the park comfortable even in hot weather. Just a few miles north are an aircraft museum, and the Blue Heron and Tillamook cheese factories
We had some major issues with this park. First, the spaces are so tight, you can read your neighbor's newspaper through the window. Second, the neighbor's septic hose connection is right next to your picnic table. And no, there's really no room to move the table. Very appealing. And third, this is listed as pet friendly. When we checked in, we were directed to a fenced enclosure where our dogs could run off leash. However, the owner feeds and encourages wild rabbits. There are dozens and dozens. Anybody guess what happens when off leash dogs see wild rabbits? The rabbits are everywhere, so our dogs could never settle. Taking them around the park on leash was a nightmare. And my dogs aren't wild and uncontrollable. They're just regular dogs. The owners went ballistic when it appeared our dogs may chase a rabbit in the off leash area. It won't be long before predators move into the area, and then campers with little dogs will really have an experience. This is a disaster in the making and we left after just one night. The owner made no apologies and it is obvious they value the rabbits more than the paying guests. I can see that a few bunnies would be great for kids as a petting zoo kind of attraction, maybe. But for their safety and welfare, and for the good of the business, the rabbits need to be sterilized and enclosed.