Was able to call and snag a last minute two day Jalama site on the way south. It’s been 30 years since I’ve been there and it’s way better than I remembered. Amazing 🌅 sunsets, great beach for surfing or just a nice long walk. No phone service but the camp Wireless was actually pretty decent. Was able to make call via the connection. Our site 96 had 30 amp Hookup but had to get water from the spigot by the bathrooms before we hooked up. Also easy dump site on way out. Can get very windy and the first day was.
Passing through south we tried to stay at Patrick’s Point but it was full. Even on a Wednesday in April. So we kept heading down the highway and after a drive through Trinidad we came upon this spot! Great spot with super clean bathrooms and laundry. Nestled in a little redwood grove. Wireless was a little slow for kids to watch a movie but no biggie. Two bars of LTE on Att from pull through #90. I’m also laying in bed looking up through the redwoods. Can hear the road noise from 101 but it’s not bad.
The best maintained, well kept RV resort you will find. Right on the beautiful Rogue River and just a few minutes drive to the town of Gold Beach. Very quiet and great for fishing or just watching the river sweep by. You can tell the owners take a lot of pride in keeping a serene and clean resort. Would love to come back and spend more time fishing and exploring the area.
I originally wanted to go to the RV park by Rogue Brewery but my wife wanted to check this one out and it did not disappoint. We didn’t have a reservation but there was lots of one night spaces available. The spots with green tag are up for grab for a night and the ones with white paper on them have reservations. Not sure the status of the sites with neither marker…… but with around 250 sites there was lots to pick from. Men’s shower was warm and had good pressure but my wife said women’s lacked water pressure. Nice walk/bike paths lead to the beach and the jetty. Was just 1.5 mile walk to Rogue brewery. Which was nice to work off a couple beers 🍻 and Reuben Fries. 🍟. Ok probably not enough enough walking to burn those calories but it was a nice walk. Probably would of taken Uber back of it was dark though. Part of the trail goes through some hardly marked narrow bits. Water and electricity but no sewer. Dump station as you leave the park.
Looking to get away from everything? This is your spot. Drive right in and pick a spot. Most spots on A row are pretty choice. We got there on a Wednesday and got a good spot on B. Although some opened up in A, on the bluff the next day. The farther south you go in the campsite you can pick up some internet service. Or do like my teenagers and do some “exploring” which means walk down the beach until you get enough service to download movies to watch that night. 😂 But I did have to Tie in to a zoom meeting and the gas station 10 minutes south had 4 bars of att. No hookups. Bathrooms were real clean most of the time. Went to the 🚽 one night and there was 💩 tracks from 👟 👟 not really sure what happened there. Surfed 🏄♂️ ruby beach, saw the big cedars, and the tree of life. Other than that mostly just reading and stoking the fire. Saw whales 🐋 too.
Cannon RV park was real nice. 10 minute walk to town and the beach. Not sure if it was Covid but the bathroom near us was closed and the others had weird hours. 10-6. Though It was nice to take a warm shower in a large shower after a week + in our little Coleman 19’ trailer. Also was nice to do laundry too. $2.50 for wash and $2.50 for dry. About ten minutes to Seaside if you are looking to catch some waves.