July 23, 2020 - reviewed by Nick T.
Great RV Camping Experience During COVID
The family and I were looking for a little escape during all the COVID-19 lockdowns. The staff took all precautions to stay safe with all the state and local health orders. The camp was quiet and tucked away under the redwoods. River was deep in areas for our older kids to swim, but mellow and shallow in most areas for our toddlers to walk around and play in the water. They had water/electric hook ups and provided a mobile dump service (for a fee) or had dump stations near the exit that were easy to pull up to. Overall, had a great first time RV camping under the redwoods. We cannot wait to go back!
September 6, 2018 - reviewed by Mick
Not BIG RIG FRIENDLY.
OMG. Looks like an old state park. No wifi, no cable, no satellite, and no antennae. Had inches on each side trying to navigate the campground, one way road so you have to traverse a maze of redwoods to get out. STAY AWAY !! if you want to disconnect and have a small RV then this is the place. Oh, in the fall I can piss a bigger stream than they have. Stupid expensive too boot. Never again
July 19, 2017 - reviewed by Heath
Nice campground. Be sure to bring kayaks or float tubes. Needs more showers though.
April 19, 2017 - reviewed by Kenneth Graham
One Of The Best Parks On The North Coast
I love Gualala and this park is one you will want to return to! It is nestled in the California Redwoods and sits along the Gualala River. You can kayak or put a small boat in the water and go to the ocean 1 mile away. DO wear your sunscreen. This park has all the amenities and also offers a dump station for those in a motorhome. I have camped their in a tent, I have taken a VW Westfalia Camper Van and am now looking forward to returning with my 22 foot Fleetwood Flair. The sleepy town of Gualala is nearby too.
May 24, 2016 - reviewed by David
Beautiful well taken care of park. We only stayed 1 night but could of stayed longer. We will be back soon!