In general we enjoyed our stay at Pacific Dunes. It’s is an alternative property with Bungalows & “Glamping” tents & RV hounds, in a campground environment. The proprietors were nice and welcoming. The bungalow (#2) was modernized & the space was big enough for 4 people. With a kettle, hot plate, French press & fan to help with temperature. Those are the positives.
The negatives are that we found 2 used wash cloths in the shower. We put them in a plastic bag for the caretakers. The water smelled like sulfur but that might be a local thing. Also, the 2 windows didn’t have screens (hot during the day, cold at night) might help with the mosquitoes,Also, the walk to the ocean/beach is a bit of a trek. There is a creek that runs between the resort and the ocean (no bridge) that, if you’re adventurous, will take you 15-20min to walk to.
All in all, The Pacific Dunes Resort was quaint. It was our 1st time in the Ocean Shores peninsula. I lost my phone somewhere on the beach (not their fault) but even after all that I think they are a worthwhile investment if you want an authentic RV, Glamping, bungalow experience.
I have notes but, in general, this seems like a great place to bunk.
We rented over Labor Day weekend and most ppl were gone after the Monday holiday.
Hi, to the giant spider in the impressive mens/woman’s separate restrooms.
I’d come back if they put screens on the windows. Maybe that’s just me. I do appreciate everything else.
Let’s get into the actual real issue