Nice park with ample space, the "end caps" spots have nice hedges to block the wind and give you a privacy of a "yard" with a picnic table, try for space 10 or 18, we were in our 40' coach, plenty of space both the coach and tow.
Very clean, all concrete, wide streets, hookups are well thought out, very easy in/out.
The one person in the office was as sour as a lemon, the other lady was really really nice, helpful, full of local information, she directed us to the Pacific Sourdough Bakery, only open Thursday's and Saturdays, both days we had to stand in a long line, well worth it!!!
Only 4 stars for appeal, as the park is located in a "wind tunnel" other parts of the village had only a nice breeze, but the park had a good steady strong wind most every day, but that's nature, with no trees to block the wind, basically, one giant open concrete slab, but we will definitely be staying there again, it's nice.
Restrooms were clean, didn't use them but it looked like pay showers, nice laundry room.
Convenient, only about a mile off Hwy 101 East on Hwy 34. Close to grocery store, Ace Hardware, post office, all within a mile of the park.
Waldport Village is quaint, quiet with several nice interesting shops.
While we were there the boats were not available, much to our dismay for crabbing, as all were being readied for the summer tourists, so next time we'll try the crabbing. The RV park has their own little marina, docks, boats with motors.
Made a nice central place for exploring all the nearby areas, we stayed a week plus an extra day!! Were sad to leave so much more to see and do.