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Beautiful campground with some sites tucked away in the redwoods. Very clean facilities.
You can hear the 101 but it didn’t bother us personally.
We stayed for one night as we were passing thru from Oregon to Central California.
- No cell service
- In the trees, very secluded
- Flush potties.
- Nice swimming hole, the water was warm in mid June. This seems to be the primary attraction for this area. Most of the families were gathered…
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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Great place nice and clean
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I loved this place I camp along water showers the works
It was great
This is a absolute beautiful hidden gem in Trinity County located just five or so miles outside of high and palm there is a two campsite campground with bathroom and the most breathtaking views you could ever imagine with the south for Trinity River running right through it plenty of hiking plenty…
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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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Paradise!! Dispersed Camping at it's finest. Nothing but a Firepit. The Vacation finally started.. Dead battery on car, snowed in, running low on water. Haven't seen someone in along time. This is Paradise! Finally I can relax and start my vacation. Dogs and I are staying warm in a tent. I keep…
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We checked out these grounds on our way to the Burlington campground as this site is just east off the same exit. While it might be an excellent place if you’re not too picky about sloping sites, we were very pleased to be staying at Burlington which ended up being nice and flat. Excellent…
This campground is one of our favorites. We try and get here at least once a year. Campground is built on the side of a mountain so there are some really cool sites. No hookups but lots of sites for smaller trailers. There are also a ton of sites in this campground with a lot that are first come…
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I just kept driving up and up and up. Sites are small and crammed in. The site I was in get like I was parked in the middle of the road, and the water spigot was right out my back hatch. Other sites seemed better situated.
Large state park campground that was completely sold out, but offered a small section of non-reservable tent campsites. We checked in on a Monday when there were only a few other sites around us occupied, but by the time we were leaving on Thursday most of the non-reservable sites were full.
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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…
Came here on a last minute trip. Everything else was booked up, but this was available. The campground opens up quite a few tent sites (probably over 50 sites) on first come first serve basis at 2:00 pm. Most sites did not fill up. Felt like we had hiked out to the woods with no one else around.…