There are 99 campsites with hot showers, flush toilets, and a trailer sanitation dump station. Maximum trailer length is 31', no hook-ups are available. The day use area includes a disabled accessible boardwalk out to a classic sandy beach. No DOGS and NO FIRES are allowed on the beach as a measure to protect the snowy plovers. The western snowy plover is listed under the Federal Endangered Species Act as a threatened species because of loss of nesting habitat due to human development, invasion of European beach grass and predation by ravens, foxes, domestic dogs and cats.
Beach / River Access
Number of rooms or units: 99
$ - Under $100
By 837gabee - on Oct 21, 2018
Simple but adequate
There are upper and lower camp sections ether the upper being furthest from the ocean but also the quieter of the two. Many spaces are quite large. The bathrooms were clean. Showers take tokens...
There were lots of different types of sites to choose from, some sunny, some shady, some private, some with sand dunes, some with views. We had site 72 which had a longer parking area. It was fairly...