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A great campground with camping in the redwoods and near the beach. Showers available with flushable toilet and water next to almost every campsite.
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Paid 80 bucks for a tent site that was really small and close to other people. This campsite is packed to the gills. Plenty of kids screaming off in the distance. Not ideal but it’s in a highly sought after area, so it is what it is.
This place is Fancy, hot showers, light outlets convenience store and restaurant on the top. So nice though, next a river, but close to other campers. The showers were nice and clean bathrooms. The lady in charge was so nice and hospitable ready to help. She took us in without reservations.
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Per my rating system, this is very close to being 5 stars, meaning it's worth planning a trip from out of state just to visit this park and surrounding national/state forest for 3 days or more The only reason it's 4 stars instead of 5 is that Pinnacles isn't quite big enough to explore exclusively…
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This was our first trip as a family (husband, wife, 2 boys-5/7) and my first forest camping. I couldn't of asked for a better location. Everything was clean and super safe. There are lots of notices about the poison oak but it was clear of our campsite. It was incredible sleeping in a tent outside…
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Nice campground and the other reviews are correct… I would just like to add that the sites are for RV’s 30’ or shorter. Larger RVs will not fit in the spots.
I recently went full time to road school my 6 year olds. We came here for a last minute shake down trip after many set backs with the RV.
Came with zero expectation. But gosh this place is magical!
The campsites were large. Could easily accommodate my 25’ RV and more. Unlike most rv parks where…
First let me say RV parks are my least favorite places to stay, thus 4 stars. But when a heatwave comes through I need hookups for AC. I stayed 2 nights. Very clean grounds. Several shade trees. Lots of little kids. Wi-Fi was great. Could work and stream TV. Facilities (bathrooms and showers) were…
It's just not that great. Our site had a brackish pool of stagnant water nearby that made the bugs unbearable. Some of the sites just get blasted by sun all day. The shower works but expect it to go from hot to cold and back.
And yes, the raccoons will steal food off your table right in front of…
Loved camping here as a stop on a road trip along Oregon coast hwy 101. The entire campground isn't like this, but our site was directly beneath the highway and next to the beach. There are fun hikes that leave right from camp that go to a waterfall. Check out the actual decommissioned lime kilns…
So beautiful and right next to a creek with fish to play in. The views from the top of the mountain when driving to the ocean are the most beautiful views in the world! We saw a small bobcat at night driving to the campsite. A 30min drive to the ocean where you can surf or spy starfish. This is one…
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This is a great RV resort for extended stay or overnight if traveling through. Lots of pull through sites for long RVs which are OK here. In the summer, there is a strong coastal influence so it stays cool here! Amenities include a pool, very clean bathrooms and showers and a small store.
The park is a on beautiful forested hilltop. Some areas are redwood, other parts mixed with other kinds of trees. This is the only place I’ve seen the redwood trees harvest the fog and make their own rain, which is pretty cool. In the morning it’s raining under the redwood trees but not under the…
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