The only other review says that there is no running water at the state park- that is in fact un true. There are a few sites that you can utilize that have a lower rate per night that do not have water & you have to hike in. However the majority of the sites have running water nearby. plenty of places to dispose of trash and recycleables. The camp ground is on a bluff above the beach. A creek runs year round through the side of the campground and into the ocean. There are plenty of day use grills and tables. Numerous trees of all variety. Miles of great hiking and mountain biking trails. The bathrooms do not flush however they are actuall buildings and have no foul smell. Durring the off season the rate is 12$ per night if I remember correctly. Racoons can be a problem so be sure to store food properley-Most sites have boxes with doors built into the end of the tables. Beware though, the racoons are the only animal other than humans with an opposed thumb-making them able to do finute tasks with there paws, such as open these said boxes. You will see many types of birds, deer, racoons and opossum- Perhaps even a mountain lion. The sound of the waves crashing on the beach is enough to put even the illest insomniac to sleep. If you do decide to patron our small town of 15 thousand please be sure to spend all of your money, dont act like a ------ tourist and drive with confidence as we cant stand incompetnat drivers.
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