Richardson Grove is a beautiful campground. It has redwoods and the Eel river. For being such a large campground there aren’t too many trailer friendly sites, but we wouldn’t hesitate to come back. Campgrounds with both redwoods and a water feature are our favorite places to be.
Burlington Campground is in a beautiful location surrounded by redwoods. We enjoyed our visit and found it very relaxing. There are, however, many sites that wouldn't work for a trailer and most sites have little privacy.
Russian Gulch is stunning. The campground is beautiful. It is small and private. It has beach access, dog-friendly hiking, and lush greenery. And it is right next to the charming town of Mendocino.
Woodside campground is beautiful and relaxing. You can camp surrounded by trees with lots of shade and you're still only a few minutes from the ocean. We will certainly be back.
Sugarloaf Ridge was a fun short getaway. We were happy with the privacy and space (especially in the premium sites). And even though there were no dog-friendly hikes, we had a great time playing in the creek right at camp.
Although it’s disappointing that dogs can’t go on any of the trails at Hendy Woods, we will still definitely go back. Even though we primarily stay at camp, the kids always have an amazing time here. Just being around the trees, getting to climb on logs, riding bikes around, and exploring nature is enough to keep them busy.
Beach campground is beautiful and right on a dog-friendly beach. The small sites right near your neighbors are worth it for the amazing views and easy beach access.
We had fun spending family time together. But, our favorite campgrounds either have large campsites or dog-friendly trails. That way, there’s enough to keep the kids busy right at camp. This campground had neither.
MacKerricher State Park has spacious campsites that feel private. There are plenty of trails and beach access directly from the park. Nearby there are more beaches, more trails, a spectacular garden, and delicious craft beer.