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Sites were a bit close for my taste. The redwoods make up fr it though. There is a kiddie park in walking distance.
Ferngully. Prehistoric. Quiet and pet friendly! Decent showers, and great involvement from the staff! No annoying camp hosts!
My family and I tented one night while on a cross country road trip. The campground is nestled back along the Klamath River, almost to the Pacific Ocean. The front office was nice with some basic food items one might forget. Staff was very welcoming and helpful. After checking us in, led us right…
We were only there for 12 hours unfortunately. Could be the most private campground we’ve ever been too. Obviously the redwoods provided a lot of privacy but the foliage and brush was huge between each site.
Great place to stay, many options in the red woods. We had the chance to change our site. Some spots have strange set ups. Very clean overall very good.
Would love better WIFI couldn’t download movies or connect the TV. But hey your camping with the world’s largest trees.￼
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I stayed 1 night and then reserved 5 nights for my dads RV, tent area is a stones throw to a majestic lake that is home to a river otter, or maybe a beaver. Trail around the lake with a cute little meadow called gopher island. Hot showers, great supply in the store, almost every tent spot has a…
This campground looked good on paper. Overall it wasn't bad but it was clear that the new owners are making some changes. The facilities are less than ideal. There was one toilet for women for 30+ campers. The two showers were dirty even after some men came to clean them on Monday (3 days after I…
I have a beautiful, fully remodeled 1991 Winnebago Micro-Minnie Warrior. This site has a 20 year old RV rule. Any site that won't let my RV book gets a 1 Star review.
My friend and i were car camping and looking for a place to stay around the area that was free and everything felt a little bit unsafe. We ended up settling on this campsite for only $20 a night. You drive in and find an open spot (there are plenty!) and then pay cash. This spot was beautiful and…
Quiet unless you are next to the Hwy., which we were. At 8:30 pm it seems to be slowing down; regardless, you can’t hear it from other areas of the campground. Still, it did not bother me enough for it to damper my stay or change my rating.
Wonderful campground in the redwoods. Lots of good sites, mostly mostly in the northern loop. Plenty of hiking trails around and elk everywhere!! Fern canyon is just a short way up the road and a definite must hike!! We will be returning here often
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I didn't expect there will be actual elk there. I woke up to bunch of elk in front of my tent! Beautiful hikes, nice camp host and camp spots are in nice wooded area, some are by the creek, lots of privacy.
We're an ecologist and filmmaker who have lived overseas much of our life, and are still learning how to 'do' the van life, so felt privileged to get a beautiful, spacious walk-in site before dusk, just on the off-chance. The young and friendly staff on duty at the entrance at the time made us feel…
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We were neophytes at the van life, and were lucky to get a mid-afternoon walk-in site here with very little advance research. A friendly volunteer helped us get oriented and checked in, and the fee was well worth it - nice hot showers, convenient restrooms, and especially, four ospreys hunting…
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This was a beautiful place in the redwoods. The only down side we saw was some of the sites where narrow for a bigger trailer with slides.
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