Closest spaced camping we have ever experienced, maybe 4ft between sites. Suggest last row in back for more room. Expensive. Close to town. Happened by at peak time, during Pirate Festival. Fun. Friendly staff & fellow campers. Highly recommend...
Fabulous staff & hosts. Yes system can be funky to get a site. Suggest just getting there during staff hours and dealing with a professional. 9:30-11; 1:30-3:30 - ish. Staff shortages sometimes lead to the "ish". We walked in, no reservations, had...
8 sites in mossy rainforest. Scored one. Worth a try, short drive thru loop from Hoh rainforest rd. Check tags as 2 sites were empty but tags still up on posts. Vault toilet. No water. Free with $30/year Discover Pass.
Clean but tight sites with enough shrub & tree buffer for some privacy. Good customer service. Great sunset views from bluff across straight of Juan de Fuca toward Vancouver Island. Nice walk to water & spit toward lighthouse but since it is a...
Great stopover. Lots of space. Hit town with perfect timing. Walking distance to everything: laundry, showers, first Friday Art walk, Waterfront Friday music in the park, outstanding Saturday farmers market and Anthonys renowned happy hour...
Not a good experience. Poor signage from the get go, building not even labeled. Mosquitos so bad had to hussle to set up, take down & to antiquated unsecure shower house. Picture no separate entrance between men's & women's bath rooms and ZERO...
Campgroung is along the designated wild & scenic Smith River. No potable water when we were there (June 2018), but flush toilets working & paved pads nice. Several sites are first come, first served. If they get potable water figured out and...
Scenic, great sunsets, close to redwood country but expensive for what you get - antiquated bathrooms, sites close together & noon checkout instead of 2 pm. Suggest USFS or County parks as better alternative and lower cost. We moved to Panther...
This cg has 10 sites & is operated by PG& E who has a dam on the lake. Water was not working when we were there so they discounted price. Vault toilets and trash service were fine. Tents or rigs under 28ft only. Narrow 1 lane road for about 1 mile...
Used paper self serve check in. Had a site lakeside. Water down, but only about 300 ft to water. A few folks kayaking. Great value. Good stopover.
"Crowded. Noisy. Expensive. "
"Highly DO NOT recommend!! A neglected scuzz death trap. "
"Quiet & close to trail system"
"This is not a campground! 4x4 beach camping w/ permit only!!"
"Great value, walk to beach & hike Mt. Humbug"
"Beautiful camping, slow service."
"Expensive unprivate experience! "
"Lucked out & found this gem of a camping community."
"Close to Hoh Rainforest with benefits of small campground "
"Waterfront convenience in a friendly, hip town"
"Expensive mosquito infested stopover"
"Best value in redwood country! "
"Pricey for what you get but scenic. "
"Ten miles off of the paved road will buy you total solitude! "
"Scenic, quiet & good value. "
"Close to Carson City & Reno, scenic & relatively quiet. "
"Quiet, nice, scenic & good value."
"Moab Motorhead Madness! "
"An intermediate level mtn bikers dream location! "
"Great stopover choice. "
"Stunning views of yellow rock & hiking closeby. "
"If you don't mind the blow sand everywhere - you will enjoy being lakeside. "
"Kaibab Plateau to yourself! "
"Stunning views of cliffs & water! "
"Well used sites with views that do the trick. "
"Private, great views & a pull thru site! "
"Spurs in paws, windy & pricey. "
"Rural, scenic & loads of room to park"
"Scenic, clean & cheap. "
"Just gets the job done. "
"Convenient, quiet and real. "