Twenty acres of campground directly on the Pacific Ocean. Pick an oceanfront location or one secluded in the trees a bit back from the bluff. There are over one hundred available campsites to choose from at Ocean Grove Campground. Picnic tables, fire pits, water, hot showers, chemical toilets, and a boat ramp. Group camping is available.
Please NO: Dogs off leashes, hunting, shooting, dirt bike or ATV riding, generators or loud music after 10:00 p.m., chopping trees or bushes, or littering.
We camped right on an ocean cliff in October of 2019 and it was the most beautiful campsite we’ve ever stayed at! Coin operated showers were adequate. Port-a-potties were also fine. Campsites are far enough a part with picnic tables and a fire ring.
Easy stop next to Point Arena lighthouse.$28 per night. Has porta potties for bathrooms. Not a lot of privacy but it is overlooking the ocean.
It was a last minute late night stop and I would use it as a overnight but not an extended trip. We didn’t spend any time there outside of sleeping and visiting the lighthouse.
We’ve been here twice now, the second time we brought our dog. Pro/con: it’s first come first serve. This works for us because we usually decide to go camping last minute, and the places you can book online are all booked up. This way we can get a head start on Friday and get a good spot before evening. It doesn’t have bathrooms, but it’s fine, they have port a potties set up. The spots are grassy and over half the campground has ocean views. We like the area set back over the hill and there’s no breeze at all and super quiet and spacious. There’s a boat launch and a nice trail that goes along the sea cliffs. One of my favorite campgrounds on the coast
Great campsite! Right on the bluffs with the ocean beating on the rocks below you. Four large group sites with 70+ first come first serve sites. Boat access and cleaning station for fishermen. Absolutely no cell reception which is fantastic!
I have been camping here for 32 years, it’s a private campground very clean and beautiful. There are portapotties that are cleaned often, hot showers that cost money and if you have a boat you can launch from there. The campsites are big and it’s not usually full, spots are first come first serve unless you are doing a large group. There are many coves or inlets you can climb down into to look at tide pools. If you haven’t been here you should go it’s beautiful!