I stayed at Azalea Glen with my daughter over two days in the middle of October. We backed up to the pond, which was a very serene place to enjoy a fire, the sunshine, or a book. Azalea Glen was warmer than 4 of the 6 places I stayed from Arcata to Klamath. This is welcome in October. The park is very quiet, very well kept, and has a tremendous variety of plants used as screening between spaces. The hwy noise was noticeable, but came thru the forest as “white noise”, and was completely tolerable. Azalea Glen is literally yards from the entrance to Patrick’s Point, which was a destination for this trip.
I arrived early, as I had just checked out down the road. Jeanne met me in the K-9 buggy as was walking up ask if I could park my truck and trailer next to the driveway. When we drove to see if the site was empty, she invited me to pull in and set up!
This is one of the nicest, cleanest parks I’ve stayed at. Their prices are in line with what they provide. I’ll be back....
August 2, 8:36am - reviewed by TCW
Not Welcoming By Owners
Manager Deedee was Very nice after we encountered the owners. We had site 5 which backed up to the pond, we are 26' TT and just fit. This is a small campground with a dozen permanent residents along the road across from the pond. Sites are small (you can hear conversations from both neighbors plus freeway traffic noise). They charge $2 a night per dog, Why???There's a small clean bathroom with 1 shower, laundry has 2 Kenmore washers $2 and 1 dryer $1.50. TV does not work, nor antenna, secure internet. Small and Pricey!
May 6, 8:01pm - reviewed by EC
Love This Place
Our local go to campground! The staff here is wonderful! The pond sites (2-7) have decks and are very private. The facilities are very clean and the grounds are very well maintained. If you stay here be sure to buy some bread and butter pickles made by the owner. They also sell plum preserves that are amazing!