We arrived on a Saturday without reservations. The billeting office is open 7 days a week and we were able to get an electric only site for $15 a night. There were still a few electric sites available the rest of the weekend. Come Monday, only 3 of the full hook-up sites were taken. Camp Rilea is very well maintained. We had a herd of Elk near the campground, as well as a couple deer come through and a Osprey nest nearby. Connie enjoyed watching the Osprey from our rig. It was a dark and quiet visit. The office staff were real friendly. The restrooms and showers were old, but clean. We enjoyed touring the nearby Tillamook Cheese factory and historic Fort Stevens. The town of Warrenton is nearby and had a Walmart and several other shops available. There's a small Exchange on base and one restaurant. Otherwise, this National Guard base doesn't have any other facilities, other than lodging and training. This is a gem of a campground on the Oregon coast.
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