Gualala Point camping features a small campground set among the Gualala River redwoods on the east side of Highway 1.
Nineteen sites are available for tents, trailers and RVs, though no hook-ups are available. Generator hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Six sites are walk-in, located in a dense grove of bay trees a short distance from campground parking. One site is reserved for visitors arriving on foot or by bicycle.
Restrooms have flush toilets, electrical outlets and a coin-operated shower ($2 for 5 minutes). There is also a dump station.
Beautiful camping right on the river, lots of the sites have views of it but it’s pretty easy access for anyone. The ocean is a bit of a hike and it is windy but there are other coves you can drive to that have some amazing sunsets. The campground itself is clean and wooded.some of the sites have more views of your neighbors than others but still plenty of nature to enjoy! Campsite 4 was good for our hybrid travel trailer. Some sites won’t accommodate trailers. Not a ton of amenities, you can buy firewood from the camp host for $10, there's coin showers and decent bathrooms. Garbage and recycling bins and a RV dump
I'm originally from the Midwest where we have a lot of green. Currently in the Bay Area where everything is dead and brown. It was nice to be back to the green.
This is a regional Park, so one has less competition when booking a site compared to state and national parks in California--a huge perk. It's on a beautiful part of water, but is a bit muddy during spring. Indoor plumbing bathroom. Windy bc it's on a point. Affordable. Dogs allowed.
This place is not on beach, but inland along river that must have recently flooded. Swamp camping. I drove in and drove out.
Beautiful campground sitting next to water with dense forest and ground cover. Clean shower and restrooms that include hot water, hand soap, paper towels, mirrors and electrical outlets. Friendly camp host and hike and bike area. Extra fee for pets.
Tiny gem nestled in a grand redwood forest and huge ferns and along the Gualala River. Hikes to the ocean, paddle the river to the ocean. Explore the redwood forest. They have coin showers.
Gualala Point Regional Park Campground is the most beautiful place I've ever been. It's towering redwoods, the Gualala river and the Pacific ocean all in one place. The quaint town of Gualala is 1 short mile north.
Hiker/biker site for $5 a night.