I absolutely love this campground! Everyone here was so kind to us during our stay. The lots are well kept and plenty of space available for big rigs. Check weather conditions before coming here if its raining it gets really muddy. Also had to cut our trip short due to coronavirus shutdowns in the county all parks had to close down.
Accommodating, clean, friendly.
When we stayed: Mid-May, Monday-Friday
Overall Experience: a beautiful park that's undergoing improvements but I would not go back.
Camp Sites: the whole park is forrested and very beautiful - they have cabins, tent sites and RV sites. We reserved in advance but got a tiny site right across from the bathrooms, laundry, and office so there was little privacy and barely any space in the site. We asked to move to a different site but they said they were either reserved for others or under repair. The park seemed about half empty so not sure why we couldn't move to a bigger site. Many of the other sites were more secluded and a bit larger, so maybe we were just unlucky.
A Couple Disappointments: their website claimed there were walking trails and off-leash dog walking trails. The 3 people in the office didn't even know these trails existed and when we found the trails, they were super short, basically just a quick walk behind all the camp sites. Also there was a ton of construction starting at 9am Tuesday morning re-doing the gravel road around the park.
Location: it's right on hwy 101 so lots of traffic noise. Also, super close to Jedidiah Smith Redwoods State Park for beautiful hiking and old growth redwoods. The campground is also across the street from the local prison…
Bathrooms: clean and large, good hot showers.