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About Elk Prairie - Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
Price
$35.00
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Elk Prairie - Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park is located in Redwood National Park in California
Latitude
41.359 N
Longitude
-124.03 W
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14 Reviews of Elk Prairie - Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
From Pa, this place is magical

Seeing the redwoods for the first time is incredible. This campground is in an ideal location, redwood forest, fern canyon and the beach. We saw elk on our drive into the park, at the campground and on the beach. The trails thoughout the park are incredible. The campground is small, there are bathrooms with pay showers. It's a basic campground but offers a chunk of the Redwood forest and Pacific Ocean! Absolutely incredible.

Super cramped sites but worth it.

So you will be camping with people only a couple feet from you, it's load, it over crowded, it's sucks but your not there for the campsite you are there for the trees and nature and it excels in this. Wild elk roaming within feet of your campsites, epic Redwoods within walking distance, and a super friendly staff.

Camping in the Redwoods

This campground was primitive and very "natural" in setting. The sites had a bear box for food storage and there were Elk grazing near our loop. We picked blackberries and watched bluejays landing nearby. There was a restroom with pay showers and a ranger station at the entrance. Not a lot here but plenty to do up the road on the Newton B Drury Pkwy we visited the ancient Redwoods that were amazing. Also, can drive to Fern Valley if you rig isn't too big. That is where a scene from Jurassic park was filmed.

First to Review
Elk on the shore, Redwoods on the cliff

To witness the grandeur of the redwoods and the ocean at the same time is pretty much the most awesome camping experience ever. At dawn the elk roam the shores, and you can take day hikes into the redwoods by way of a prehistoric feeling fern valley. Epic.