20 RV Parks near Albion, California
Nov 2016 - $40.00
This is a great place in the off season. Easy access to river and beach. Very dog friendly. This park is super laid back. There is a play area for kids, horseshoe pit, fire pits in each site, and easy access to Fort Bragg, Mendocino, and surrounding area. The road going in is steep but no problem for my full size Ford F250 with 25' travel trailer. - Lrchops
Nov 2012 - $33.00
For a place to just spend the night before traveling on, this was just fine. I'm sure its popular with fisher folk during season. There were plenty of large sites with W&E. This time of year the park is mostly empty so almost all the sites were pull through, since they are back to back. Really enjoyed walking down to the beach last evening to find beach glass and photo the sunset. It is a very steep drive down to the park, but the sites are quite level and the Wi-Fi is great. - Littlebigrv
Sep 2011 - $42.00
This place is pretty rough. STEEP grade (14%) down into park, fortunately we'd already unhooked the tow car. Park on dirty sand. Grass is brown and sparse. We paid $40 plus $2 for the dog. No Verizon cell service but Wi-Fi was excellent. Needed electricity for the night so we stopped here instead of the nearby state park. Probably would avoid in the future. - NancyB
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Beautiful location directly across street from the beach, which you can camp for one night at the same rate as the park. No power at the sites, wifi near visitors center. No TV reception. Dump station and water at exit. Close to cute little town of Mendocino. - Shari-Steve B
May 2013 - $22.00
Beautiful park near the ocean, many private sites with trees and shade. The budget crisis in CA has shut down many state parks for part of the year with certain areas of these parks affected adversely. This is still a lovely park with a great location. Not too far from the super scenic village of Mendocino. We made do for three days and 2 nights without electricity and hook-ups. Some trails do not allow dogs, others do. - gemsinger
Oct 2010 - $33.00
Site #20 is in the wooded area and doesn't get much sun. Probably would not stay here again as we like to have electrical/water/sewer hook-ups. Park needs maintenance but California is "broke" so funds for upkeep are in short supply. Park is close to the town of Mendocino and Fort Bragg. - Suddjian
Sep 2012 - $35.00
Don't know exact number of sites but we were in site 23. Densely foliage and in a deep ravine so no AT&T cell coverage. Maximum RV length of 24 ft due to very tight access. Clean but old facilities. Picturesque cove under the Hwy 1 bridge accesses through the campground. - Thunderboldt
May 2017 - $45.00
This place is no where near worth $45. We were going to stay 3 days and told them we needed to leave and they said ok. You only get 30 amps. Girl told my DH we could check out at 2pm. Guy on golf cart came by at 1:30 and said I am going to charge you another day, you are suppose to be out at 12noon. We explained and he didn't care, told us to get going as someone else desired our space. There were 14 spaces open on each side of us but these people wanted ours cause we had a newer picnic tab. Nothing between spaces, no grass, no concrete....all dirt. They show picture on website but I think it is a picture they found on the website and use as there is no place even close to it. They tell you that you can use the beach and dogs are allowed on it but you have to hike uphill through the whole RV park, past the fish cleaning station, past the office, cross the main road and then to the beach. Almost impossible to navigate getting out of space. You have to come within a matchbook of hitting the permanent residents picket fence to turn out and clear the fire ring, picnic table and garbage cans. Our slides when open were literately 7 inches from our neighbors slide, my DH measured it. - Victoria Grace
Aug 2016 - $45.00
We stayed 6 days. Our group consisted of six RVs and one tent camper. The tent site was spacious and somewhat secluded. RV sites were barely large enough for RVs. Almost all surfaces are dirt. Park staff did not assist with parking unless requested. We observed at least 4 units that collided with site markers, a fire pit, and a fence. Getting into many sites requires multiple spotters. Large motor homes created a challenge for all but the most accessible sites, and very skillful drivers.
Utilities were functional but in need of repair or upgrades. Threads stripped on the sewage attachment. Weight required on sewage hose to prevent leakage.
Our electrical box was rusted from sitting in puddles created by leaking faucets. Voltage dropped to 104 volts when the park was full. No one in our group had problems with incorrect or faulty wiring or high voltage. Use a surge (and low voltage) protector and ensure circuit breakers are open when making connections.
The campground store was very well stocked with food, camping supplies, and RV supplies. Prices were reasonable. Staff was friendly and helpful.
The name RV Park and Campground is very accurate. This is not an RV resort but a campground that accommodates RVs. There is ocean access across the street in easy walking distance. Scuba divers, abalone divers, snorkelers, kayakers, and surfers can all access the ocean by walking from the campground. The store rents good quality kayaks. The campground is very busy, active and noisy during the day. Nights are quiet and staff will enforce quiet hours if needed.
Mendocino is a short drive away. For Bragg is about 15 minutes away.
I will definitely stay here again. - cdouglas
Jul 2016 - $45.00
We tent-camped here 20 years ago and loved the tent sites - secluded, private, very green, spacious. Beautiful. This time we were in a travel trailer and it wasn't so great. The vehicle camping area is incredibly crowded - it took the help of two other guys to get us into our VERY narrow space. We couldn't put out our awning because we were about 5' from our neighbor on one side and 8' on the other. No room for the picnic table, either. Fortunately, our neighbors were pleasant people who turned down the music when we asked. But camping in a parking lot is not what we had in mind. If our neighbors hadn't been so friendly, we wouldn't have had room for our truck - as it was, we had to park on the diagonal. The store is reasonably well stocked and the staff are very friendly. We love that you can walk to the beach in five minutes and drive to Mendocino or Ft. Bragg in ten. But we probably won't be back - it looked like our local RV dealer's parking lot. Highly recommended for tenters, though - you won't find a nicer place. - MargaretB
Sep 2013 - $15.00
Very remote -- this is really like boondocking. No facilities at all. Six miles from Ft. Bragg, but it takes a really long time to get there, due to the bumpy narrow dirt access roads. Not a convenient place to stay if you want to be close to the tourist attractions of the Mendocino coast. Campsites are very large and spread out, sited under large second growth redwoods. Some sites have outhouses and trash barrels, but the best bet is to be self-contained. There are some picnic tables and firepits. Gathering downed wood is permitted. If you like silence and isolation, this is your place. Also, good mountain biking on the fire roads running through the forest. - Prof Dan
Aug 2016 - $42.00
Very scary place to stay. We stayed one night and were up all night with heavy traffic in the park with people screaming at each other and fighting.
Restrooms and showers were not clean. Lots very close, sunny and open. Site surface was gravel. - ldireland
Jul 2015 - $44.00
The park was beautiful. We looked the park up on the internet and read the reviews. They were not very good but the pictures looked beautiful. I called the office to get some more info on why the reviews were not so good. The lady at the front explained that they were under new management and had made several changes. So we decided to go a head a stay. I am so glad we did. The park was absolutely amazing. I think it is the only park in the entire area that sits in the redwoods. The place was clean. The people were extremely polite and helpful. We loved it. The price was extremely reasonable especially since we had 9 people. It was peaceful and the perfect campground. If we ever camp up north again it will definitely be at Wildwood. While we were there we drove around and saw the other campgrounds. Nothing was anywhere near Wildwood. None of the other places had the trees and made you feel like you were camping in the woods yet we were only 5 miles to town or the beach. It really was perfect. 250% recommend this place to everyone. Oh and our trailer is 31 ft and we feet with no issue at all. - rsimkins
Jul 2013 - $30.00
DON'T camp here. Most of the park is taken up by permanent, very old, poorly maintained mobile homes. This place is a slum. We had no problem with the electricity or water, but the bathrooms are a disgrace. Every toilet is broken/wobbles. The floors and sinks haven't been maintained or cleaned in a long time, BUT the bathrooms are great compared to the showers which have no doors, are leaking, and are filthy. - cactuslady
Aug 2008 - $26.00
We spent the weekend here with a small group of 5 rigs and a few tents. All that was good about our stay was being with friends. The campground had little to offer. Basically, there are a handful of pull-throughs for week enders. The rest of the place is occupied by permanent residents in "rigs" in various states of disrepair. The website shows a picture of Belinda Point, which is gorgeous. But, it's important to know that it's a 30-minute or so walk and there is no beach access. The site also refers to this place as one of Northern California's most beautiful RV parks and campgrounds. Not true. If you want to experience one of Northern California's best, head across Highway 1 to Pomo. (After our group left, that's exactly what we did.) - RockyandBullwinkle
Jun 2017 - $36.00
Love our stay here. Management where terrific. Pleanty of room to pull thru. Had a fire pit and table. There are some permanent resident and the ones we meet where lovely. Only thing not so great was the WIFI and the bathroom seemed very old but clean. - Aussie Chums
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This park is just off Hwy 20, about two miles from junction of Hwy 20 and Hwy 101. It comes up fast if you are coming in from Willletts. If you see the firewood place on the left, you have missed it and turning around anytime soon (especially if you are towing a dingy) can be problematic! The park has mostly longer term folks, but we stayed a week to explore the area and it was fine. Office folks are efficient and helpful and the showers and laundry facility are kept clean. They have room to park your boat and a facility on which to clean your fish, but I have not figured out what to do with the fish guts! There is only power and water. (No septic unless you happen to get or request that at a long term site.) There is a place to dump as you leave. There are also sites for tents. - Selway
Sep 2010 - $30.00
Good overnight stop. Manager was very helpful. Park has a beautiful view of the Pacific. We had a pull-through site that sloped quite a bit and we had difficulty leveling our rig. Needed to run it up on front blocks to get near level. There were several folks here that came regularly, and other sites did not appear to have the degree of slope ours did. - JP and P from Florida
Oct 2017 - $44.00
First of all the roads getting to Fort Bragg have many tight turns. The campground sites are very nice and private. We did share a double site with friends. We were not told that in order to get 50 amp you must pay extra and in fact there was a lock on the 50 amp. - Gusie
Sep 2017 - $48.00
Cash or check only! Beautiful older property with lovely landscaping around spacious sites. Our back-in was very deep & wide with tall hedges on either side. Wi-fi bandwidth is insufficient for the number of rigs and devices each rig carries but they have the maximum available in the area. Our AT&T signal was non-existent even though their is a tower near one corner of the campground. Had to go about 1/2 Mile towards Fort Bragg to download emails or make calls. Park is clean & quiet. We got a great signal on our satellite dish and they also offer cable. - monamonaco
Sep 2017 - $49.00
We had reserved late and only had one "group area" site available. At check-in, the lady went out of her way to call people who hadn't arrived yet to see if they were still coming. As a result, we got to move to a nice, private site. We didn't use their wifi. Verizon signal was weak and spotty. They sell wood for campfires, and provide a pile of kindling for free pickings. Cable TV was excellent with lots of channels and a clear connection. $49/night is rate for 30amp. Add $5 for 50 amp. 10% discount for a week. Roads are asphalt and in great shape. There is an expansive grass area for sports, etc. Many of the sites are private with tall bushes separating the sites. Others are in a more open area suitable for groups. There are lots of trees. Our site, and many others I looked at, was level and without potholes. - phann
Jul 2017 - $45.00
Great state park with many trails. Area is surrounded by sequoia trees and great picture taking of the and a bit rustic. Off the highway so watch carefully for the signs. Sites are spacious but a little tight for a rig over 30 feet. - CruiserGary
Jul 2017 - $45.00
This is a very nice park surrounded by Redwoods. If your coming from North to South on the 101 freeway be aware of highway 253 if you are towing a rig. It has 10% grades and is a winding road (15 mph at some curves). Go a little further and catch the 128 in Cloverdale. It is a winding road also, without the grades.
The camp sites themselves are very nice and large. I am an RVer and can tell you that we see Motorhomes, 5th wheels and trailers come into this park. I see rigs in this park up to 34' with no hookups.
There IS a dump station on site. There are restrooms with showers and flush toilets. - Mike and April
May 2017 - $45.00
$45 no hookups located in Philo, CA. This park has no hookups, dump or water station. It is set in the forest with big redwood trees surrounding the sites. There are two large loops: Wildcat and Azalea in the campground with 92 sites. Some small and a number of huge sites. We had a site where we backed in between a few trees. Tight fit! Clean bathhouses with pay showers. Ranger talks and walks and a number of hiking trails. Glad we stopped for the weekend but the park is off route 128 and there are many rolling hills and also sharp S curves to reach the town. Beautiful drive though. - gsnakehill