Elk country rv resort was AMAZING! Nothing beats sleeping under the canopy of redwood trees and waking in the brisk morning to find elk grazing in the adjacent pasture, who could care less that you’re there. It had almost a magical feel to it! The only negative I could find was that you do have to pay to shower, and we rarely had warm water. not sure if there was something going on with the showers or if that’s just how they are, but I took some of the fastest showers in my life lol
This was a very easy and convenient camp and resort type area right on hwy 105. The tent area were very well taken care of and offered picnic tables with fire firerings. There is a store on site. Also elko bed there for the evening. The resort also has RV options.
Across from Stone Lagoon and Dry Lagoon Beach along Highway 101. This campground accommodates tent camping and RV full hook-up. Herd of Roosevelt Elk live there and are frequently in the campground. Beautiful grounds and open all year.