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Took on the lost coast trail. From Mattole River to the black sand beach in Whitetorn town. Took 3 nights finished the 4th day. Overall it was nice but it does get old in the last day. The sand, wind and sun do grow on you. Beautiful scenery but it doesn’t change as much after all it is a beach…
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Probably a half dozen campers in Azalea and less in Wolverine. Every site looked good and all the ones for RVs seemed pretty level. Restrooms were clean. Staff were very friendly and accommodating. The trails were great. The hermit’s dwellings were interesting. The redwoods in the Hendy grove…
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Great campground! Definitely expect to be off the grid as Service and WiFi are pretty intermittent. Spots have tons of trees/greenery in between so it feels very secluded.
We got very lucky and got the last site available for the night. We were only supposed to spend the night and continue on but we lingered for hours, not wanting to leave!
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When this spot is open it's the best. Very quiet,except for the road . Great river and fun for kids
So happy we chose POMO for our recent trip to Fort Bragg. This was our first trip of any distance in our first camper. The sites are wonderful. We had water and ectric hookups and the site was very my nice. Lots of trees and brush between sites and included a fire pit and picnic table. Staff was…
Nice escape. Kinda last minute reservations, but it turned out to be a nice spot. Roads were muddy, but it was January. Kinda pricy, but nice facilities even during COVID. One site had a NINJA setup for their kids. Pretty cool.
Quiet in the off season. Fires on the beach are great. Rediscovered this place in February and have reservations for November. Only down side is if you make reservations in person, they don't guarantee you that spot.
The campsite was very quiet. The space in our site was large and there was a good buffer with other sites. The trees also offered a lot of shade during the hot summer days. The bathrooms and showers were really nice. Barely used by others and no lines whatsoever. If you want to go swimming you…
We stayed here on site #35. Cable, water, and electric, and it was worth not having sewer connection. Site has a table and firepit. I put the leveling jack down, but the RV was level without putting them down. Private, and quiet, with beautiful flower and bushes. If you want wifi and great…
Camp provides showers, bathrooms, water, trash/recycling, fire rings and benches. The spots are very large. They take reservations as drive up day of (if they have space). It’s a little pricy but hey, it’s a state park.
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Stayed one night, full hookup for $37 with discount. Fair grounds with stock car racing on Saturday night, a little noisy until 10:00, but did not really notice it much inside RV. Level camping site.
Really beautiful campground that is first come, first served. The drive to it is pretty as well. The sites are all out in the open so it can get really windy and you can hear your neighbors if they are loud. The Dyrt’s info is all wrong also: there are no hookups of any kind, no WiFi, very little…
This place was a true hidden gem. I didn't understand why there were cabins available when usually everything in California is booked up months in advance!
This park I think only has rustic cabins, no tent/RV sites. We booked through hipcamp. They are all spaced out very nicely, with some…
Great lake to go camping with a family. Had great swimming and a nice little hiking trail. There are only a few spots so it makes it nice. Hotter during the summer months. Would be nice to camp either spring or fall.