The parkway comprises of 127 paved parking spots above a sandy beach that disappears during high tide. You will have to rock-hop down to the beach.
Once on the beach, the rocks and the row of RVs provide
privacy and a noise barrier from the highway.
This is a first-come first serve primitive style campground with no hookups, water, showers, flushable toilets or campfire pits (But the rocks do make great makeshift firepits).
No tent camping is allowed and there’s one RV plus one vehicle limit per site. There’s no park ranger on site, pay by slipping cash or check in a deposit box.
The area is patrolled regularly and the fines are
hefty if payment is not made. There’s usually good camaraderie among
the campers, who look out for one another’s space and property.
Time always seems to slow down here. The
occasional passing trains may wake light sleepers, but for me they just
add to the camping experience here.
That's my dad on guitar
supplying the ambiance.
Cost: $25.00 per site.
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