Intro: A PNW native who grew up in our National Forests. Camped across the globe. Always in search of a good hike, place to put my kayak in the water, a relaxing spot for my hammock, and good recipes to cook over the campfire.
Great black berry picking in the late summer. Can access by local bus (about a mile walk from last stop). Campground on one side of the road, water access and recreation area on the other. Can get loud with jets flying overhead to the airport.
Tucked in the trees past several other campgrounds. Most sites don't have a view of the water, but there is a raft put in, that provides access to the water. There are a few quirky sites, one with an old shelter, some with very large trees, other's clinging to the hillside. Pit toilets and very quite.
I actually stayed at the neighboring Cama Beach State Park (but it's not a choice). In the summer months the cabins here are booked solid, but in the off season, it's very quiet. We went in October and we were the only ones there. Beautiful view, right on the water, very helpful & friendly staff. Some cabins have restrooms, the public ones are very clean and well kept. You can't cook in your cabins beyond a microwave & coffee pot. There are grills outside at various locations and they provide wood to burn.