Only 23 spots, but forested and lots of space. Reservable, but we drove up on July 3 by 6pm and had no problem. Hot showers are $2 in quarters for 5min and 25 cents for more time, and hosts have change. Clean bathrooms, water, flat sites are few for tents. Wood for purchase. NO cell service but they have a pay phone. Very quiet, with the sound of the waves down the cliff in the distance. $35 self pay per night, but the host is there too. Stores are 5 miles away and close by 6pm.
This is the most picturesque campground! Short walk to a rocky beach across highway 1. Beach is not for swimming since the rip tides are dangerous. Abalone diving for experienced folks. You can find plenty of treasures on the beach including abalone shells (just make sure you leave the live abalone alone). During low tide you can find tons of crabs, sea stars, sea urchins and more! Walk through the redwoods by the creek for an incredible tour of the forest. A short trail to the old school house and you can also take the trail a short walk or drive up the highway for beautiful sunsets among the cliffs. Some spectacular views of the ocean. Kid friendly, family friendly, friends friendly!! One of my favorite campgrounds on highway 1! 10 mile drive to a winery, and fort Ross as well as Salt Point state park!
This is a lovely little corner of the universe. We used to come here for abalone diving. The campground is perched just above Stillwater Cove- so just a couple minute hike down through the redwoods to get to the beach. A really nice feature of this campground is the fish butchering station away from the campsites. That way it is fine to get guts all over the place and then have a way to wash off - there was a hose or something right there. Campsites were really nice- most of them seemed pretty shady- I don't imagine they're warm most days of the year, but the beach warms up.