We stopped here for a night on our way south. Overall it was okay. We couldn't see the ocean, but definitely heard it, and it's not far to the beach, maybe 50 yards or so. The RV park is right in town but quiet.
They have full hookups (30 amps), cable TV and I think they have free wi-fi although we didn't use it.
The park is older and the spaces are not really large enough for a large truck and 5th wheel. It's on the tight side. The trees that somebody planted many years ago are now encroaching into the camping spaces and should be trimmed. The middle pull thrus are about 50' long but the paved part is narrow. When two rigs have their slides out, there is not much room in between!
The back in sites along the edges are shorter, maybe 35 feet.
Although the park is tidy, it is slightly run down. Well, maybe "run down" is too strong -- the park could use some maintenance. I know things rust here (we live on the Oregon coast!) but the park could use a lick of paint here and there. We did not use the restrooms or showers.
One kind of odd thing -- somebody came in with a pony! I don't know if they were going to be the summer hosts or what, but it was a bit bizarre to see a pony loose in an RV park!
You have to walk several blocks to the Gold Beach Inn to register, which was not too enjoyable in the May rain. Price was $29 / night which was fair for May. I believe that their rates are much higher in summer, though.
The immediate surrounding areas have grass and trees and give the park a nice rural feel. We saw a deer grazing nearby.
Compared to our stay several years ago, the park is much tidier now. We probably won't stay again though since it's a little tight for large rigs.