May 3, 2022 - reviewed by Vagabond Joe
Staff and facilities were excellent . Highly recommend this place!
July 17, 2021 - reviewed by Blair Tabor
No view of the river, but a nice hike down to the estuary. Site had grass and flowers. I walked 1.5 mile to the point, lots of wildflowers.
October 24, 2020 - reviewed by Razornwifie
Road is rough we have 34' R.V. 10 mph all the way down & up... Other camp ground 1/2star better..
August 25, 2019 - reviewed by RFB
Great Camp - Greater BBQ!
Not much can be added to the great reviews except "yeah, all that". But, the Sat nite BBQ is another thing entirely - Great food with fresh from the garden salad fixings, fantastic chicken and/or salmon with spiced rice - yum, even marshmallows over the fire at the end. Finally, one of the best small bands I have heard in a while with a lead guitar that is a real player! Only thing missing was more room to dance. Aaron is a GREAT host.
August 9, 2019 - reviewed by K And B
A Gem In The Redwoods
Great spot on Klamath River! Staff attentive and knowledgeable. FHU sites have a great patch of grass right outside your rv. Internet is weak, but good enough for email and such. Cable was crystal clear. Kayaking or fishing is just a mile away. And very affordable. Would definitely stay again.
October 16, 2018 - reviewed by Russet ramblers
Peace Among the Redwoods
The staff here couldn't be friendlier or more helpful! It's a beautiful sight and a wonderful place to enjoy the Redwood parks. Very pet friendly with 2 areas that you are allowed to run your dogs off lead. The full Hook up sites are a little cramped, next time I would opt for one of their water and electric sites that are much roomier and grassy. The restrooms are serviceable but need to be updated.
October 9, 2018 - reviewed by Tim
My son and I stayed for 2 days in early October. The staff was great, the firewood was great, and the park is quiet and peaceful. Good access to the river thru the estuary, great meadow, mile and a half from the mouth of the river. Great place!!
September 4, 2018 - reviewed by Mick
Off The Beaten Path.
Quiet campground near the river and ocean. It's nestled in a hill side so forget about satellite. If your looking for a KOA type campground, this ain't it, but if you want a nice quiet spot to relax this is home.
April 17, 2018 - reviewed by 2Bounders
Peaceful With Nice Manager
This campground is located a couple miles off the main road (101) making it serene and restful. Kevin greeted us as soon as we arrived and escorted us to our site. He later checked back to see that we we all set. Nice guy! The sites have gravel for your rig and a small grassy area with picnic table. Not huge but plenty of room to get your slides out comfortably. Our site was nice and level. Did not use the facilities so can’t speak to that. The park WiFi sucks, lucky to view your email. Our Verizon jetpack worked great but the phone was in and out all over the general area. We came at the end of the rainy season so I’ll give them a pass on the grassy needing to be cut. As we leave they are preparing to plant thousands of flowers so soon it will be beautiful. The campstore is a bit of a joke, but they have a few things. It’s not yet their season so we didn’t get to try out their Sat. Night BBQ. We would definitely come back, so perhaps next time. Rate is Passport America rate.
November 6, 2017 - reviewed by Mark
This park has a decent camp store and the service was excellent which is why I'm giving it a 2.
The only thing that was missing from the bathhouse was the hyperdermic needles on the ground. Particle board roof, door won't shut; scary!
Sites were ok. Ways off the road.
May 1, 2017 - reviewed by Andrew
Intended to stay the night, ended up staying a week! This peaceful place is well maintained, 1.5 miles to the beach, scenic overlooks and centrally located in the park region.
There are plenty of other RV parks in the area, pass them up and stay here!
September 8, 2016 - reviewed by Jon & Becca
Great Place To Camp Short Or Long Term
We camped here for 2 months exploring the Redwoods in detail. Got to know the owner, Aaron and staff. Made to feel very welcome. They have a wonderful all you can eat Salmon BBQ every Saturday night during the summer months well worth attending. Our campground of choice in northern California.
August 14, 2016 - reviewed by Newet
Passing Through To Coast
Very nice camp hiding off of the freeway. The camp is full of trees and tent areas are very nice too among grassy areas. Camp is very close to fishing areas. We really enjoyed ourselves even though the wifi and cable is extremely weak. Would recommend this place to anyone who is passing to camp.