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Bathrooms good, water great, good loops, felt private even though it was busy. One loop was closed (the one with beach access) so that was disappointing, but it was fine. We stayed one night in the rain and still had a great time. The campground...More
We were tenting and enjoyed our first night with a huge rain storm that lasted until midday Saturday. The rest of the day rained off and on and when that cleared later afternoon the weather was great. We had prepared and were putting up a...More
We loved sleeping under the weird and wonderfully creepy trees. The bathrooms are nicely kept. There is fresh water. Rialto beach is a few mins' drive away; Forks about 15 mins away. The spaces were large and when we were there (a weekday - late...More
We just returned today from a three night stay at the Mora Campground. We arrived Thursday morning at about 8:15am and were very pleased to come upon site 61 in the D loop. It was a HUGE site, we could've erected four six man tents...More
Get here early as it is a first come, first served campground. Lots of sites and best access to the beach areas. Pretty wooded area and wonderful camp hosts. Plan to spend several days to visit the best sites in this beautiful park
This campground sounds like a gem! We are planning on arriving early on a Tuesday morning and staying until Sunday. We will have a 12 year old and a 4 year old with us. I was wondering about mosquitos. We're assuming there will be some but are there TONS? Thank you!
13 August 2016|
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I see most people talking about toilets, but are there showers near by? I'll be there for around 5 days and would like to take a shower at some point.