I really enjoyed my stay at Nehalem Shores RV Park (even though the sites are close together), but there is a reason I have to say “no” to staying again. This RV park is slowly changing to a “park models” site, where you buy your site and occupy a trailer model as a vacation home. In fact, during my stay, a potential buyer was measuring my site. Originally, I had intended to stay at Nehalem Bay State Park, but that state park decided to close for a week, without warning, for a repaving project. When I showed up at the state park, I was told I had to go elsewhere. I found this “Plan B” RV park in the Trailer Life directory (and I got the last available slot at the time), but my copy was from 2004.
This park is near a river, have to drive to get to the ocean. It’s peaceful and calm, but sites are not level at all, I had to stack up five Lynx blocks (scary to me!) in the front. All slots are back-in. They also have WIFI, which was an added plus. They also have decent laundry room. This site takes cash/checks only, no credit cards.