I was toying with looking for a NFS site or a casino, but was getting mixed messages. Late July is high season and I didn't want to have to search for a place so we sprung for reservations at Logan Road RV Park. (If you're worried about tsunamis, the park is an evacuation point.)
The park is organized in the typical, "we know you'd like to borrow Grey Poupon from your neighbor," layout with a painted yellow strip separating one site from the next.
Each pad is poured concrete with a parallel space for a vehicle. Most spaces (except ours) has a picnic table, and almost none of them are level. Nearly everyone has a couple inches on one side or the other to level up.
The bathroom was spotless and the showers clean and large. The laundry was clean and adequate.
Logan Road is owned by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians. Rumor has it that a shuttle is available to the casino about three blocks away.
At the casino, there is a lot reserved for dry RV parking. If you're fortunate enough to get the front row, you'll have an ocean view when it's not foggy.
The signs are explicit. Parking is for guests of the casino only. The large lot has some significant slopes. People park at all sorts of angles to try to minimize the slope,
but just about every rig has some sort of leveler in use. Even during the busiest month of the year there was more room in the lot, assuming you had enough leveling blocks.
Strong Verizon 4G signal at both locations without the antenna or booster.