Emerald Forest Cabins & RV

(24 Reviews)

753 Patricks Point Dr., Trinidad, CA 95570

707-677-3554

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GPS: 41.0725, -124.1442

Emerald Forest Cabins & RV is located at 753 Patricks Point Dr., Trinidad, California 95570 with a total of 78 campsites. Before your trip to Emerald Forest Cabins & RV, check out website at http://emeraldforestcabins.com/ or contact them through 707-677-3554 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

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41.0725, -124.1442

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 41.0725, -124.1442

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Overview of Emerald Forest Cabins & RV


Last Price Paid: $35

Reported by Sally on 04.26.2022

Longest RV Reported: 37 feet (Toy Hauler Travel Trailer)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

78

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

229 ft / 69 m

Max Length:

45 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

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  • Area Guides Avatar Sally
    Camping in the woods

    Reviewed 26/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 18

    If you would like to camp under redwood trees this is a great base for exploring the state and national parks of the redwood coast. It is very shady. We would have appreciated some sun the cool week we stayed here. Site was FHU 30 amp, mostly level and easy enough to get into. The problem was that sites and roads are dirt and pine need...moreIf you would like to camp under redwood trees this is a great base for exploring the state and national parks of the redwood coast. It is very shady. We would have appreciated some sun the cool week we stayed here. Site was FHU 30 amp, mostly level and easy enough to get into. The problem was that sites and roads are dirt and pine needles so it was muddy after any rain. Bring your outdoor mat if you have one. Laundry had 2W and 2D and half were out of order. This park would be great for kids as there are so many nooks and crannies to explore. Small grocery in Trinidad with great selection and high er prices. WiFi worked great for streaming.

  • Area Guides Avatar Roqzmom
    Gorgeous location tucked in the trees!

    Reviewed 23/1/2022

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    Nightly rate: $46

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 86

    Beautifully kept park! It felt like we were a million miles from civilization yet we had all of the modern conveniences. Cell service was excellent, bathrooms were gorgeous and clean, laundry facilities top notch ($2 per load/dry). Would definitely stay here again!

  • Area Guides Avatar Marilyn & Doug
    Crowded & Dark

    Reviewed 15/11/2021

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    Nightly rate: $37

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 74

    We'd stayed in Patrick Point State Park before and weren't fans, so decided to try Emerald Forest. Even getting into the park to the office was a challenge as the steep drive was full of large potholes. It was very muddy, due to recent rains. Gravel gravel could have mitigated that—there was none on the roads or the sites. It's very c...moreWe'd stayed in Patrick Point State Park before and weren't fans, so decided to try Emerald Forest. Even getting into the park to the office was a challenge as the steep drive was full of large potholes. It was very muddy, due to recent rains. Gravel gravel could have mitigated that—there was none on the roads or the sites. It's very crowded, with small, closely packed sites. The forest it's jammed into is dense, so it's very dark. There are two bathrooms: one single and one with men's and women's sides, three sinks/toilets/showers each, but one of the women's showers was not working. The bathrooms were clean and the shower good. I'd give "cleaniless" four stars if it weren't so muddy—and I'm sure dusty in the non-rainy season. The park is right next to 101, though the trees muffle some of the noise.

  • Area Guides Avatar rbg
    Peaceful campground among the trees

    Reviewed 10/6/2021

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    Days stayed: 15

    Site number: 6

    We were lucky enough to get a spot on the Patrick’s Point Rd side of the campground where the noise from the 101 was barely noticeable, if at all.The campground itself is pretty beautiful, set among the redwoods. Staff were friendly and helpful. Cell signal was enough to work off of but was occasionally weak.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kelforster
    101Hwy Road noise

    Reviewed 15/5/2021

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 95

    Full of trees and surprisingly a lot of little cabins. I booked 3 rv sites and when checking in found out all the sites are spread out. Our group wasn’t even together. Two of us were put in the back where there were lots of hwy noise. Semi trucks on hwy 101 were very loud. The sites are close together and neighbors are right there. Wh...moreFull of trees and surprisingly a lot of little cabins. I booked 3 rv sites and when checking in found out all the sites are spread out. Our group wasn’t even together. Two of us were put in the back where there were lots of hwy noise. Semi trucks on hwy 101 were very loud. The sites are close together and neighbors are right there. When booking you don’t get to select your sites, they just assign one and not tell you. WiFi was not that great/reliable. Cell service was available but spotty and slow. Trash cans were overfilling and a mess.

  • Area Guides Avatar Paul
    Great spot in the Redwoods

    Reviewed 30/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $41

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 87

    This was a great RV park that is within the redwoods so it gives you a feel of camping in the woods but still having full hook ups. It also has a lot of cabins which seemed nice. Only issue we had was the sewer was filled up one day and the other it seemed like it wasn’t taking fluid very well. Kind of like it was starving for air. ...moreThis was a great RV park that is within the redwoods so it gives you a feel of camping in the woods but still having full hook ups. It also has a lot of cabins which seemed nice. Only issue we had was the sewer was filled up one day and the other it seemed like it wasn’t taking fluid very well. Kind of like it was starving for air. Assuming that was a one off but not enough of an issue to not stay here.

  • Area Guides Avatar Ancsi
    Nestled in the redwoods❤️

    Reviewed 26/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 86

    Emerald Forest Cabins & RV is an amazing campground! Emerald Forest Cabins & RV offers cabin rentals as well as RV and tent camping. The campground conveniently placed right off of the highway 101. A quaint little town called Trinidad is about 1 minute drive away -it has a grocery store, restaurants and gas station! The park ha...moreEmerald Forest Cabins & RV is an amazing campground! Emerald Forest Cabins & RV offers cabin rentals as well as RV and tent camping. The campground conveniently placed right off of the highway 101. A quaint little town called Trinidad is about 1 minute drive away -it has a grocery store, restaurants and gas station! The park has a nice layout, has firepits, playgrounds, pet areas, restrooms as well as laundry.The park offers pull-through sites with full hook ups, back-in sites, partial hook ups as well as dry camping. It was a nice setting with all the redwoods. I appreciated the bark park area where you could let your dog off leash to play. The kids used the wifi so they could watch some shows to wind down for bed.The only slight negative was you got some traffic noise from the freeway.We stayed at site 86 -it was a pull through site, easy to get to. Our friends stayed at site 72 which was quite small and hard to level.Overall I give this place a 5 star. We loved being tucked under the woods and exploring in the majestic green area.

  • Area Guides Avatar BigBenWoCo
    Wonderful! Great staff & location, beautiful park

    Reviewed 13/4/2021

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    Days stayed: 17

    Site number: 98, 7, &20

    We stayed here for two and a half weeks in a pop up and also got a site for my sister in an A class. First, the staff at the desk were super helpful and accommodating as I had to move around a bit to be near my family. They were super understanding and did everything they could to help. Wi-Fi was great. Maybe just off season, ...moreWe stayed here for two and a half weeks in a pop up and also got a site for my sister in an A class. First, the staff at the desk were super helpful and accommodating as I had to move around a bit to be near my family. They were super understanding and did everything they could to help. Wi-Fi was great. Maybe just off season, but I was able to work reliably taking video calls the entire stay. Facilities were good. Nice clean showers. The eastern lot has a larger bath house and the lot on the west side has a building with private bathrooms. The lots vary significantly. The front desk tries to accommodate your needs. Like other reviewers, I found the pull through spots to be the best. Larger with lots of nature. The tent lot is really beautiful. It was off season and empty when we stayed and I’d walk through it in the afternoon to unwind from work. Like a private forest. The location is fantastic. Very short drive from everything you want to do, and easy access to the the charming restaurants in Trinidad. Plus an unusually well stocked grocery store (diaper wipes, fresh crab, beer, produce, fishing poles). We cannot wait to come back.

  • Area Guides Avatar Gus
    Nice, quiet, and beautiful campground

    Reviewed 5/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 4

    The place is very nice, staff friendly and great location close to beautiful coastal Northern California. The campground is quiet with a lot trees (no much sun for solar).

  • Area Guides Avatar Ray & Terri
    Our forest haven for almost two months!

    Reviewed 2/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 56

    Site number: 20

    Beautiful RV park, nestled amongst redwoods, is clean and well-maintained. Staff was very friendly. Close to downtown Trinidad (though most things were closed due to COVID-19). Close to the ocean and lots of walking trails around. Only problem was cable issues. We changed sites once early on, but that didn't really help, though we were...moreBeautiful RV park, nestled amongst redwoods, is clean and well-maintained. Staff was very friendly. Close to downtown Trinidad (though most things were closed due to COVID-19). Close to the ocean and lots of walking trails around. Only problem was cable issues. We changed sites once early on, but that didn't really help, though we were able to get one DISH satellite through a gap in the trees. Our site had 30A, full hook-up service. WI-FI was generally ok. They have laundry and showers, though we had our own. Little store for general needs in park, but small grocery store in town. I suggest visiting or ordering from The Larrupin, a restaurant just two minutes down the road. Very good food and service. We ordered curbside pickup since there was no dine-in due to COVID. We would love to go back to Trinidad when all of this is over and would definitely consider staying again at Emerald Forest.

  • Area Guides Avatar Davidmichael8657
    Beautiful campground, under the redwood canopy.

    Reviewed 25/1/2020

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 97

    This campground has a state park feel with private campground amenities. You are under the shade of the redwoods and it has a great feel to it. There are nice restrooms and laundry facilities on site. The general store has a good selection of wine, beer, firewood, snacks and camping supplies. As another reviewer mentioned, the higher n...moreThis campground has a state park feel with private campground amenities. You are under the shade of the redwoods and it has a great feel to it. There are nice restrooms and laundry facilities on site. The general store has a good selection of wine, beer, firewood, snacks and camping supplies. As another reviewer mentioned, the higher numbered sites (90s?) are along the back edge of the park and are right next to Hwy 101. They are great sites but you do get some road noise. If this would be a problem for you, talk with the front desk about getting a site on the opposite side of the park. Those back up against the local road and that road is much quieter. The town of Trinidad is a very nice, quiet little town. It has a few simple but great restaurants and a gas station and grocery store. You are a short drive to Redwood National Park and Eureka and Arcata too. The only cons are: 1. They only have 30amp sites, that I could tell. In the winter, this was no issue. With all of the shade, it may not be too much of a problem in the summer either. 2. They don’t have enough lighting around the RV sites and it is difficult to see when driving at night. 3. It rains a lot in the winter and the park tends to have a lot of mud and puddles along the driving paths. None of these cons are deal breakers though and, when we return to this area, we’ll definitely stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Taste For Adventure
    Best Redwoods area option for bigger rigs!

    Reviewed 16/11/2019

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 5

    We tend to pick state parks but a lot of SPs in this area have short length restrictions to protect the trees. If you have a bigger rig but still want to camp between redwood trees, this is a great choice!PROS:- beautiful trees- full hook up, great value- nice little amenities like coin op laundry, recycling center, great gen...moreWe tend to pick state parks but a lot of SPs in this area have short length restrictions to protect the trees. If you have a bigger rig but still want to camp between redwood trees, this is a great choice!PROS:- beautiful trees- full hook up, great value- nice little amenities like coin op laundry, recycling center, great general store, playground and arcade for kids- 5 minutes to the beach, 25 minutes to Eureka, 20 minutes to Redwoods NP visitors center in Orick, 1 hr to Humboldt Redwoods SP- excellent Verizon cell signal, 10 down/2 upCons:- small sites- some very close togetherThe low number sites back up to the local road, the high number sites back up to 101 & are noisier. Look up a map in advance. Most campgrounds the pull through are more parking lot-y but I think they’re actually more nature-y here, I would pick a pull through next time.Very high quality private campground, would return!

  • Area Guides Avatar HannahC
    Brand-new clean bathrooms!

    Reviewed 25/10/2019

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 3

    At only 20 min from the Redwoods National Park visitor center, this campground was simply amazing! Highly recommended! Hands down, best campground in our 9 week road trip! Brand-new very clean bathrooms, amazing WIFI connection and a beautiful location in the woods. Look no further, this is the place to be!

  • Area Guides Avatar Jleahkaylor
    Secluded but you hear the highway

    Reviewed 8/10/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 99

    We arrived to a gorgeous day, then you get to the RV park and it becomes dark... thus cold. Gorgeous to be in and amongst the trees but the highway makes it feel like a bit of a sham. Bathrooms and showers are clean... walking really isn’t an option to town or to the beach. It’s a good stop o er but not a multiple day stay. We ate lunc...moreWe arrived to a gorgeous day, then you get to the RV park and it becomes dark... thus cold. Gorgeous to be in and amongst the trees but the highway makes it feel like a bit of a sham. Bathrooms and showers are clean... walking really isn’t an option to town or to the beach. It’s a good stop o er but not a multiple day stay. We ate lunch in town and had a glorious walk on the state beach. Highly recommend

  • Area Guides Avatar SantiamOffroad
    Pleasant and easy access to Redwoods Coast

    Reviewed 6/4/2019

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    Nightly rate: $67

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 91

    The campground was easy-to-find and near the highway, yet it still had a sense of seclusion (you could hear the highway, not see it). The bathrooms were well-maintained. Good showers. The bathrooms towards the front had some really slick steps leading up to it (but in fairness, we stayed during the rain).Close to Trinidad, so you h...moreThe campground was easy-to-find and near the highway, yet it still had a sense of seclusion (you could hear the highway, not see it). The bathrooms were well-maintained. Good showers. The bathrooms towards the front had some really slick steps leading up to it (but in fairness, we stayed during the rain).Close to Trinidad, so you had some good grocery shopping, gas nearby, and easy access to highway 101. We stayed for our Redwoods trip, so we had to drive a ways to get to all the northern sites (most of the redwoods are north).Because we stayed here during the rainy season, the ground was very muddy. While this is to be expected, I was a little surprised that not more was done to mitigate the mud.

  • Area Guides Avatar Hannah
    Great find along our route!

    Reviewed 24/9/2018

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    Nightly rate: $29

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 33

    The Emerald Forest is a beautiful, well maintained campground with friendly staff. We loved waking up under the big trees! Peak rates for tent camping is $35 which is a bit steep for us. The off season rate was $29.50. Still pricey but average for what we’ve found in northern California. We definitely appreciate how well this campgroun...moreThe Emerald Forest is a beautiful, well maintained campground with friendly staff. We loved waking up under the big trees! Peak rates for tent camping is $35 which is a bit steep for us. The off season rate was $29.50. Still pricey but average for what we’ve found in northern California. We definitely appreciate how well this campground is kept up. The bathrooms are nice and have hot showers. The sites are close together so if you have the option to drive around and select your own site, I recommend that. Depending on where people place their vehicles and tents you may not have much privacy. Site #33 was pretty private but site #48 would’ve been even more private. Note that if you’re on the outer edge, especially close to Highway 101, you’ll hear a lot of traffic noise. We didn’t hear much from site #33. This campground is children and dog friendly. Catch the sunset over the ocean in Trinidad if you can! No AT&T service but free wifi near the bathhouses.

  • Area Guides Avatar Treeseekers
    Beautiful

    Reviewed 19/8/2018

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    Nightly rate: $46

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 29

    This was a wonderful unexpected find! I stayed on a tent site that was fairly large and somewhat private in a campground packed with visitors. The most beautiful light streams through the Redwoods onto the ferns. The cabins look wonderful, as well. It’s everything you need to go exploring in the area. Small dog run and kid run area- lo...moreThis was a wonderful unexpected find! I stayed on a tent site that was fairly large and somewhat private in a campground packed with visitors. The most beautiful light streams through the Redwoods onto the ferns. The cabins look wonderful, as well. It’s everything you need to go exploring in the area. Small dog run and kid run area- lol. Very Limited AT&T cell service. Sites for Big rigs will be difficult to accommodate.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Cappy's
    Beautiful campground, great location

    Reviewed 8/8/2018

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    Nightly rate: $46

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 96

    The town/harbor of Trinidad is adorable and a great base to visit many neighboring sites (Redwoods, beaches, the towns of McKinleyville and Arcata). The trees in the campground are just stunning but also keep it fairly dark, especially on cloudy/foggy days. Tents sites are numerous and many are secluded. RV sites are on dirt and not as...moreThe town/harbor of Trinidad is adorable and a great base to visit many neighboring sites (Redwoods, beaches, the towns of McKinleyville and Arcata). The trees in the campground are just stunning but also keep it fairly dark, especially on cloudy/foggy days. Tents sites are numerous and many are secluded. RV sites are on dirt and not as level as would like with the biggest sites in the back of the park right next to hwy 101 so plenty of traffic noise during the day, although it quiets down at night (hence the 4 star review). Bathrooms/showers in the back were clean. Staff very helpful and friendly. Office accepted a UPS package for us during our stay. Cable TV was good, park Wifi spotty but Verizon was very good. We would stay here again if visiting the area.

  • Area Guides Avatar Outdoorchick
    Love this place, clean bathrooms w/shower

    Reviewed 18/7/2018

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    Nightly rate: $37

    Days stayed: 2

    I love this place. We tented there in June and plan on going back in a couple weeks. The lady's in the front were very nice. The bathrooms were really nice and clean with hot showers 🙏

  • Area Guides Avatar KG
    Beautiful with Great Access

    Reviewed 12/11/2017

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    Days stayed: 3

    While Northern California has many stunning state and county parks, some do not allow dogs and they do not fit 27+ RVs. Emerald Forest is not remote so you get some street noise, but the giant old trees and atmosphere give the best of being in the Redwoods but walkable to the small town of Trinidad. There is also a great hiking trail s...moreWhile Northern California has many stunning state and county parks, some do not allow dogs and they do not fit 27+ RVs. Emerald Forest is not remote so you get some street noise, but the giant old trees and atmosphere give the best of being in the Redwoods but walkable to the small town of Trinidad. There is also a great hiking trail system that goes to the beach.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jess
    Nice campground surrounded by Redwoods

    Reviewed 19/10/2017

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 94

    This was a very shady campground surrounded by magnificent Redwoods. We had a 30 amp FHU back in site. The roads are tight and there are a lot of trees to watch out for but I was able to manage in my 34ft class A. The location was good to hang out on nice beaches. The laundromat nearby (suds and duds) was 1 of the best we've seen in ...moreThis was a very shady campground surrounded by magnificent Redwoods. We had a 30 amp FHU back in site. The roads are tight and there are a lot of trees to watch out for but I was able to manage in my 34ft class A. The location was good to hang out on nice beaches. The laundromat nearby (suds and duds) was 1 of the best we've seen in over a year of travels.Cell service was non existent until I hooked up my WeBoost booster and at that point I had good Verizon (14mb d/l) and ATT was 3.9 d/l boosted. No T mobile. They had free wifi which was decent but as with most campgrounds it slowed down during peak times. The grounds were clean but there are a number of what appeared to be permanent residents with run down trailers. The staff was extremely friendly. Every person I came across had a smile and a friendly hello for us and our doggies. This is a dog friendly area where dogs are allowed off leash on the beach and there are nice walking areas in the campground.If I were in the area again, I would stay here again. The only negative was the 30 amps were weak and looked old and in need of an upgrade. I tripped the breakers multiple times which doesn't normally happen to me on 30amp while being careful to manage my usage to 1 appliance at a time.The casino nearby was also a nice activity for the afternoon.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rob
    Worst in our experience

    Reviewed 14/10/2017

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 14

    We have taken our 34' motor home across county, have never had a worse experience. They said the rig in our reserved spot was broken down and unable to move but they said they had a wonderful pull-through for us at not additional cost. In stead of a quiet spot we'd reserved, they gave us a very un- level, wedge between trees, right n...moreWe have taken our 34' motor home across county, have never had a worse experience. They said the rig in our reserved spot was broken down and unable to move but they said they had a wonderful pull-through for us at not additional cost. In stead of a quiet spot we'd reserved, they gave us a very un- level, wedge between trees, right next to a run down dumpy restroom spot. The dust was horrible, there's no way you'd want to cook outside.The staff seemed unfamiliar with RV's and our needs. They did come through and recommend another facility 45 mins away and refunded our prepaid reservation.We had chosen this place based on reviews.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jodee Gravel
    Tucked Away Among the Giant Redwoods

    Reviewed 17/7/2015

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 12

    We stayed at the very end of the row with no neighbors. Although we backed up to the road, there was very little noise. Our site was one of 3 with no sewer hookup so we made use of the shower rooms. Plenty of hot water, decent pressure, toilet and sink and outlet. Not always kept super clean, but they were fine. 30 amp cut off at the s...moreWe stayed at the very end of the row with no neighbors. Although we backed up to the road, there was very little noise. Our site was one of 3 with no sewer hookup so we made use of the shower rooms. Plenty of hot water, decent pressure, toilet and sink and outlet. Not always kept super clean, but they were fine. 30 amp cut off at the site twice on Saturday when the park was full, but was fine the rest of the time. Nice little store. Not the friendliest staff but not bad enough to take away a star on the rating. Good size firewood bundles with kindling included in each one. Large recycling center. Small arcade. Tent sites in the back and a circle of small cabins make this a great spot for family gatherings with something for everyone. Clean machines in small laundry room. $2 wash, $1.50 dry.Propane available to buy, but dump station is now closed permanently.You stay here for the trees. 12 acres with over 500 redwoods. Incredibly majestic.We fell in love with the area - Trinidad is tiny but spectacular. Do NOT miss Trinidad State Beach! Close to Arcata and Eureka and the interesting Samoa. We could have spent another couple of weeks and not seen it all.

  • Area Guides Avatar Nathan @ Wand'rly
    Camping under the Redwoods

    Reviewed 5/5/2015

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    Days stayed: 7

    I have purchased many sewer pipe connections in my life. Elbows, clamps, caps, adapters, tubes and tubes and tubes... One of those times was here. That is to say, they've got a decent little store. Aside from sewer pipe stuff, you can also buy beer, which is a score in my book any day of the week except Sunday of course. Sunday is ...moreI have purchased many sewer pipe connections in my life. Elbows, clamps, caps, adapters, tubes and tubes and tubes... One of those times was here. That is to say, they've got a decent little store. Aside from sewer pipe stuff, you can also buy beer, which is a score in my book any day of the week except Sunday of course. Sunday is for liquor. Aside from the better than mediocre store, let me address some pressing highlights. 1. They've got a small but fun arcade. If your children are young enough, you don't even need to give them quarters, they'll just think they're playing and the scrolling credits are all a part of it. 2. There are some really beautiful beaches in nearby Trinidad. 3. The Redwoods National and State Parks are nearby. 4. Massive awesome beautiful redwoods fill this campground. It's seriously pretty darn ultra epic. 5. Redwoods have very meager roots compared to their massive size. When large objects drive over the dirt just near them, it increases the likelihood that these giants will topple. But as long as no one is driving RVs around on them, everything should be fine!

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