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Redwood National Park, CALIFORNIA

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Most Recent Redwood National Park Camping Reviews
Great family freindly casual place

This campground is lovely! The bathrooms are decent and maintained and it’s very child friendly with a sweet playground as well as a basketball hoop and some great picture spots around the onsite pizza place! It has in-ground fire pits and the tent camping wasn’t crowded at all last time we went but the tent camping is in an open field (no natural foliage/ trees to act as barriers between sites if noise and/or proximity to others is a concern but I can’t imagine it being a problem most of the time) I highly recommend them if in need of a pit stop or a place to stay around the area for any reason. 😊

Great camp ground

Only stayed for one night and it was a great experience. The bathroom is super clean and had hot water. Would come back.

Awesome host

Lots of spots, nice campground, has showers. The host was really nice and helped us by leaving a map because we were coming in after hours.

Awesome place!

Didn’t get to see any elk when we stayed which was a bummer but it was a really nice site with a cute little lake. Hosts were great, and it was a nice location. They have showers available, pay with quarters. Will definitely be back, hopefully will get to see elk next time!

Awesome Park...great staff

Our site was large, quiet/secluded, and near the access to the .5 mile hike path within the park. The park is nearby all the access points for the different Redwood must-see sights. The best thing about this park is the owners. They were uber friendly and was very kind to provide a (hand drawn but very accurate) map. They took the time to speak re the different areas we should explore specifically for our kids. We were able to hit all of the sights during our stay thanks to their map and guidance. We would def stay here again

Good for an overnight stay

Casino has about 10 designated parking spaces for RVs in the back of the parking lot. Casino is currently closed but hotel and restaurant are open. They are still allowing RVs to stay. Must register at the hotel lobby and there is a nominal charge of $10/night. Easy access of Hwy 299 which is only about 7 mins from 101. Drinking water and dumping site available. Good place to fill up on gas. Hotel desk was very pleasant.

Words can’t describe

This place is beautiful. We only had a tent and it’s fit us perfectly. 2adults 2kids and our dog. All the spots here are great and pretty spacious. The beach is a ten minute walk and both walks we took were breath taking! Everyone we met were very friendly and had great knowledge of the park seeing that it was our first time. Definitely make a reservation. We were driving from Arizona thinking we would be able to camp anywhere but every place in California were booked.

Close to town

Decent park for an overnight stay. Close to town so a good place to clean up and restock. Facilities are well maintained and management is pleasant. Website indicates that WiFi was recently upgraded but slow during our stay. Strong cellular signal for Verizon and T-Mobile so internet was quicker through the phone hotspot rather than the park’s WiFi.

Favorite Ever

This place is amazing. Feels like you are camping in an RV park. Stayed on several occasions. Most of the time you need a reservation. Tent camping, RV, motorhomes plus cabins. Has an old-school arcade. Showers, restroom, little store, horse shoes. REDWOODS! Trinidad is worth the stop alone.

Great campground

Quiet campground in a beautiful location