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Even has hot water in women’s restroom
But to fall asleep to the sound of the ocean wanes hitting the shore, that's heaven for me!
Not a whole lot of people when I went for the first week of November 2020. Had some great conversation with some that were there. It was a solo trip for me and my first time camping in over 20 years. I'll come better prepare next time but overall had an amazing experience.
A long drive between Garberville and Honey Dew. Great drive but not worth the trip
Wonderfully remote. Excellent weather in August. Chilly at night if wind starts to blow. I love the remoteness of this place, it is California's lost coast. Not for the faint of heart as you have to haul your own water in. The other people camping were really fabulous. Super laid back. A lot of younger hikers and older hippy types all hanging out together and often sharing meals amongst other campers. A true community of people.
Take Forrest Route N17 off of Spouts Spring Rd.
What a sweet surprise after spending an hour on an unimproved wash board road.. This is an ideal Campground for those with OHV's. As you pass thru a off road vehicle area on way up to campsite.
Lett's Lake was closed due to a prior fire. But the upside is that the Forrest service has provided free stacks of wood.
Bring lots of water and drive a well running car. You don't want to get stuck out here!