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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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No charge for showers, decent spot for solo female travelers, super cute tree house to rent for a good price, and other cabins. Keep in mind that anytime your within 30 min of Eureka, CA there will be sketchy people acting nefarious ways. That being said, don’t make friends with the locals,…
Easy to find and easy to drive into.
It was windy when we arrived, but that died down in the early evening through the night. We were able to take several walks down to the beach with our dogs, you have to be careful near the sites because there are foxtails.
The campground became full pretty…
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Great place nice and clean
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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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Pretty far drive off a dirt road. The camp spot does have fire rings. There’s a nice running/bike path right in the camp ground. However, there are a lot of ticks. Be careful if you have any animals.
Also saw wild horses driving up!
Drive east on Highway 299 for 17.8 miles from Highway…
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This was our first time trying out a casino parking lot to stay in, and it was a nice treat to be able to walk from the RV to dinner. The casino has some good restaurants in it, and there are other options within walking distance as well. The casino has their own brewery, which was very cool, and…
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Much like life, the journey is truly the best part. Reaching the destination includes beautiful views straight out the Sound of Music. I haven’t had such peace camping in awhile. The Lost Coast is truly a hidden gem. Before arriving please make sure you have everything you may want or need. It is…
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Listen. I’m sure this is a great spot if you just hiked on the windy beach from Shelter Cove and you finally can enjoy a rest at the end of your journey. But if you’re in any other situation, this campground leaves a lot to be desired. Toilets had literal poop smeared on them and there was no trash…
We did a west coast camping road trip around September. Once we hit red wood national park, all site were booked. But we ended up at the state campground and it was great! It was clean, family friendly etc. They have coin showers so bring lots of chain!
(3/12/21) A wonderful little campground!
Although there’s no access to potable water, amenities that were available were generous in nature. Pit toilets were plentiful stocked with tp (a hot commodity, as we all know) and both recycling and trash receptacles were present.
Each of the 15…
This spot is so incredible I almost don't want to share about it. One note to make is that it is not an easy drive-in. The road is very bumpy and winding. I don't think it would be a good idea to bring a large RV, trailer or a very low clearance car. You can't see the beach from the campground…
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Drive to next Campsite. Horrible speedbump and super slow I scraped undercarriage. Back tent Camping area looks and feels like dudes backyard. Mud pit and everyone right on top of each other, no walking trails and the front spaces are RV's that been there for years. I don't recommend RV'S or non…
We were at agate beach campgrounds for a week & never saw sun. It was still stunning. So many options for activities. The local town (15 minutes away) way super cute too. Cabins extremely well maintained and heated. Glorious spot on earth