Very nice campground, good privacy, clean showers and bathrooms. Coin-operated showers. At only $15/night, we decided next time we would just stay at this campground to hike in Redwoods National Park. Myrtle creek trail near mile marker 7.07 is...
This little park is wonderful! Long level sites, water and electric even in winter, and a cute little town to explore. Easy to find, quiet, we had the place to ourselves in the evening and woke up to one neighbor in the morning. Pay post at...
Large pull-through sites, rate is for electric only. “Clubhouse” is locked and closed for the winter, winter water source located directly in front of building. Drive to hotel/casino and pay at registration desk, they give you a key to the...
Stayed mid-week in off-season, so peaceful and quiet with easy parking at trailhead. Waterfalls are spectacular, making it worth every penny. Non-electric campground was closed. Took a star off because the rinse water at the dump station was not...
Long drive from Kingman AZ, but a great place to stop along highway 93. Water was off at the individual sites but still on at the dump station and there was fresh drinking water available there too. Electric was on, which was important to us as...
Relatively quiet, some highway noose, only accessible southbound. There were about a dozen campers on the Friday before Veterans Day, with plenty of room for more. Most camped parallel on edge of loop. Some highway noise all night, broken glass...
Beautiful woods, with variety of campsites. Inadequate restrooms, as it is a shared facility brtween loops 165-228 and 229-273. 3 stalls, 3 showers, not very clean due to heavy use. TP is also very low this morning. Sites are well laid out for as...
Beautiful wooded park with creek, sites are large and mostly level, water and electric, fire ring, picnic table, and lantern hook. Add $5 for park entry fee. Several playgrounds, a pool, and a nature center. Host site is #5. We will come back to...
This is a lovely county park with water and electric hookups, lots of trees and shade, about 5 degrees cooler than cities to east. Water is located between sites a considerable distance away but one 50’ hose is provided. You’ll need to hook your...
Beautiful mature oaks shade nearly all the campsites, clean shower and toilet facilities. 1mile hiking trail, wildlife blind, and a good sized lake. Couldn’t get in Memorial Day weekend and wouldn’t have wanted to, the place was packed and very...
"Great location, spacious sites"
"Perfect little park off I-40"
"Good overnight with power"
"Gorgeous, not to be missed"
"Inexpensive with electric and open in winter"
"Heavy woods, limited restroom facilities, crowded"
"Awesome shady large level sites"
"Shady, cool, very quiet"
"Back in spring, gorgeous oaks, heavy shade"
"Convenient with electric"
"Gorgeous hiking trails, creek, shaded sites, some very level, "
"Clean, quiet, but lots of occupied sites"
"Beautiful, quiet, lots of hiking trails"
"Clean dump station with potable water"
"Gorgeous area, not so great campground"
"Much better than mammoth campground in park"
"Access road still closed for winter 5/12/2019"
"Bank fishing, tiny lake, waterfowl"
"Wind in the pines solitude"
"Overnight only, not much around"
"Quiet, burbling creek, shade available"
"Forest road/red creek road is still closed as of 5/3/2019"
"No potable water but it’s worth being dry!"
"Gorgeous views, dark sky"
"Quiet, beautiful view, windy"