Overview of The Redwoods RV Resort
Last Price Paid: $59
Reported by Yvette on 8/30/2019
Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Class A)
Reported by Life Rebooted on 2/8/2016
Monthly Rate Yes
Number of Sites 102
Pad Type gravel
Open Seasonally April-October
Elevation 32 ft / 9 m
Max Length 70 ft
Tent Camping Yes
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Reviews of The Redwoods RV Resort 11 people have reviewed this location.
“Quaint RV Park in the Redwoods”
Stayed here July 8-9, 2015. We paid extra for a premium pull-through site. The check-in process was straight forward. Our site was located just a couple hundred yards from the office, but we had to drive through the entire park to get to it. This took awhile as the roads are not very well marked. The layout of the park seems to be bui... more
Stayed here July 8-9, 2015. We paid extra for a premium pull-through site. The check-in process was straight forward. Our site was located just a couple hundred yards from the office, but we had to drive through the entire park to get to it. This took awhile as the roads are not very well marked. The layout of the park seems to be built around the trees so it is sort of convoluted. The interior roads are gravel and were somewhat dusty.
Our site was very nice with some very tall trees and some huge old redwood stumps all around. The road was to our back with a nice private area in front. The full hookups worked fine and included cable TV. They are dog friendly and our two Labs enjoyed walking around on their leashes. I didn't use the showers or restrooms so I can't say anything about them, but the laundry facilities were less than adequate. I also heard some complaints about the lack of hot water. There was a very nice common area with lots of games including horseshoes, badminton, tetherball and so on.
I really liked the location of this park. Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park and the Smith River are just a short drive away, and Crescent City is 8 miles away and has most everything you need including a cheese factory downtown. There is also a Casino within a short drive if you like that sort of thing. The town of Brookings, Oregon is about a 20 minute drive and has a Fred Meyer store too.
Tin Shack would stay here again
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- 50 Amp
- 30 Amp
- 20 Amp
- Full Hookups
- cable tv
- wifi: yes
- big rig
- fire ring
- picnic table
- pull thru
- dump station
- general store
- restrooms: flush
- rv storage
- water available
- Good Sam
- Military Discounts
- Senior Discounts
Peaceful little spot
Convenient but not a destination
- Gypsy Boots
Great last minute boondocking
25' max length as of 10/1/18
Good Place to Camp
Only stay if you can be on the beach
- Hulstrom Family
An oasis for the weary in need of comforts
- Wanderlust or Bust
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