30 RV Parks near Crescent City, California
Jan 2017 - $40.00
Staff was super helpful since we came in late. Easy in and out for our big rig. Only had 30 amp but parking lot was all paved so no mud to deal with in the rain. - KellyLynnHoff
Jan 2017 - $25.00
We arrived in the rain, wind and dark 10 minutes after the office closed. While trying to figure out the late check-in procedure, some one suddenly appeared, unlocked the office, signed us in and gave us a very reasonable price (took pity on us). As others have reported, it's basically a paved parking lot, but that's a good thing in the rain. Full hookups, no picnic tables, no playround, no dog area, but clean and quiet. We'd stay here again for an overnight. - R&P
Oct 2016 - $35.00
BaysideRV met our needs. We were looking for a rustic campground but the it rained a lot so we opted for this RV Park with hookups and solid footings for the leveling jacks. The spaces aren't very long (except for the pull throughs but are wide enough to fit a toad or a tow vehicle along side. Everybody around me had 30 amps as 50 amps is not avail. There is no ambience to this park as it is a parking lot with paint striping and the back side is a bunch of old boats stored on blocks. The wifi was good as was the cable and the ATT cell service. A foghorn sounds every 10 seconds out on the jetty along with the sea lions honking but both were OK and not a distraction. This park is very near lots of restaurants. - exportman
2000 US Highway 199 Crescent City, California 95531 (map) | (707) 458-3321
Sites: 133 | Latest Rate: $42.00 | 50 Reviews
Dec 2016 - $42.00
This was an ok park, we only stayed one night. We were in an odd parallel parking spot but it was right next to a little creek. The park was a bit disheveled with lots of landscaping issues everywhere. The park is now called Redwood Meadows RV Resort so that may be why, if they're doing upgrades or something. The bathrooms were clean but at one end of the park so a far walk if you're on the other end. - Adventure in Moving
Oct 2016 - $46.00
Calling this campground a resort is a bit of a stretch...except for maybe the cost. We stayed here 5 years ago and it hasn't really changed much. It is now under new management so perhaps it will become a resort. Don't get me wrong, it is an okay campground but not a resort. Sites are okay but if you don't want a back-in site you will pay a premium. Restrooms are quite nice, clean and appear renovated. The laundry is very nice, clean and reasonably priced. Wi-fi is nonexistent in two areas. I had to go to the main office area to get wi-fi. One person told me they are working on the wi-fi and another told me they just had to reboot the router. Once rebooted I had access for about one hour. We went into town (Crescent City) and checked out three other campgrounds right in town. I would not stay at any of those so this one is probably your best bet, but overpriced. Also, they are cutting down a lot of trees and shrubs but the stumps have been left. I snagged my bumper on a stump and tore out the rear fender of my 5th wheel pulling it off the stump. I know it is my fault for not watching more closely but I feel the stumps should have been cut down to the ground. - bobinidaho
Jul 2016 - $43.00
Slightly "tired" campground and by no means a resort but the friendliness of the staff overcomes that. We arrived on a Sunday for one night. Office was closed and there was no reservation packet addressed to us. There was a generic note on door that said, "if you arrive when office is closed, go to your site and check in with the camp host" (site#for him given). I then remembered that when I called to make reservation, she did assign us a site which I thankfully wrote down. We settled in, and camp host came to us. He couldn't take a credit card, but we had cash. Site was easy pull through and we did not disconnect. Gravel but level site, tight for slides with utility poles, but manageable. Park is clean, felt safe and well laid out. My husband became ill that night, and there was no way we could leave the next morning. Staff were more than accommodating to us to be able to stay an extra day. So, I got to use the laundry room which was large, clean and very reasonable. There are a lot of seasonal or permanent residents. Wi Fi offered by park was very weak, but I also could only use my verizon hotspot sporadically. Overall, this is a very nice short term park and we would stay here again! - KSAM14
Sep 2016 - $28.00
We came here for the price and the fact we would only be here for a brief stay. We looked at several other parks in the area and have stayed at one that is more expensive. This park is totally run down, many permanent residents in run down, old motorhomes. We felt a little unsafe leaving our rig to go for a drive/walk. There is a "manager" but the office is closed all the time and he is in his own rig on the other side of the park. The fellow next to us had two tough looking dogs and luckily he was not outside with them for very long. I would not go back. - saturn7
Jun 2016 - $26.00
Older, run down park with many long term residents. Basic cable but we did not have WiFi. Did not visit every RV park in town, but the ones we saw all seemed run down like this one. - Namaste-1961
Feb 2016 - $24.00
Manager nice and helpful but had no authority to do anything. Bathrooms appear to get cleaned maybe once a week. WiFi did not work, electricity worked occasionally, dogs off leash, children also off leash, stereos playing. Mobile home park mostly for residents. - yardperfect
May 2017 - $45.00
Besure to read the no refund no credit policy. I would just pay each day and not in advance as I did. Weather here is quite changeable and can be extremely uncomfortable & windy off the bay. You may wish to move on. Stayed in May very few RV in the park seems a couple full timer residents. Grass with cement patio. No grass catcher I guess because clippings were everywhere to get tracked inside. The large berm along the water front blocks any view from the patio. Dogs left alone next door barked all day. Male host very ridged not very accommodating and was spitting alot. Overall could be a nice place to stay if you overlook a few things. - darjeling
May 2017 - $45.00
Some pertinent info is often left off RV websites. There is no directional arrow on the campground map, it would certainly help to determine which site you may prefer, knowing that can be important, as winds can be substantial on the west coast. If you relish seeing the sunset be aware the costly waterfront sites face southerly not west and some back-in face to southeast so beside seeing water your looking inland rather than toward sunset. Also request a written confirmation of your assigned site as it just may not be available when you arrive. Although that may make any difference to the office staff. The gravel road is studded with potholes, sites are level but in a open flat area, access is easy. - WTW
May 2017 - $45.00
Didn't get an email of the reservation confirmation. Even though I called a couple times for the confirmation to be emailed and also emailed a request to have it emailed to me. Then when get there, I DID NOT get the site 17 that I had reserved. Got redirected to a BETTER site 14. Seems someone else was already set up in my site! WTH better site, really, was not the one I booked! - Penny Kay
Oct 2016 - $40.00
The personnel here are lovely people. The park itself is amazing with many huge, photo-worthy Redwood stumps with second growth throughout the park, as well as 100-year-old Redwood trees. Sites are gravel and well maintained, as is the entire park. About half the sites are nestled entirely under the trees; some out in the open; others with some shade. But be aware: I parked under trees, and heavy rain dropped dead pine needles and sap that stained my motorhome and are very difficult to clean. The showers were old but very clean with plenty of hot water if you shower at unusual times. Laundry is not good with 2 very old machines; TV reception is marginal; Wi-Fi awful! A nice, large playground gym set for kids is located in the middle of the park. This is a great location in which to rest and/or visit famous Redwood groves along old scenic highway along 101, and along 199 north, or take a trip to the beach. I would definitely stay there again, especially after labor day. - bekind
Sep 2016 - $48.00
Don't trust the shiny pictures on there website, 90% of the sides are in the dirt with no grass around you!
The campground is side by side to a mobile home park with no fence.
We booked a Full Hookup Premium Pull-Thru Side with 50 amp.
At the office they told us to keep the storage compartment locked because they have a lot of thefts in the last time on the campground.
The first side which they offered us was too small to use the slide outs (at the reservation we indicate the wide of our motorhome with 14').
Then they gave us an other dirty side neat the end area which offered only 30 amp. I drove back to the office and told the lady at the counter that we didn't like this place, she marked the available sides on a map and told us we can choose on but they were all only 30 amp.
We picked one, hook up our coach, tried to connect our macbook to the wifi which doesn't exist at this side.
I connected the cable TV, make a scan and received 11 channels in a really bad quality.
Because we didn't feel comfortable and safe it was the first time that we leave a campground. - Columbus
Aug 2016 - $44.00
This private park has the look and feel of a wide open State Park. It's a great place to bring a group or have a family get together (or just to relax) We were very happy with the surroundings and the staff kept the place clean as a whistle.
There's some road noise if you're camped near the Hwy 101 side of the park, but it was not bad at all. We were in a 43 foot diesel pusher and our site was level, and plenty big enough to leave our towed vehicle hooked up. We'll definitely be back! - RV KEV
May 2017 - $54.00
Again WIFI. Their wifi was okay, but the craziness is that you are only allowed 1 gig per day, once you have exceeded that you are kicked of until the next day. Other than wifi, it is an okay park. The turns can be a bit tight but other than that the roads are okay. - CKaplan
Dec 2016 - $45.00
We visited in November just before they closed for the season. It was quiet but I can assume a place like this gets busy in the summer. Very well maintained and unique park. The back half of the park is all deep shaded redwood forest and it's beautiful! Mostly tent sites back there but a few water and electric. Campground wifi worked great and cell service was strong. Redwood national forest is only a few minuets away. So much to see and so in the area! The staff is very helpful with pointing out things to do! We had a great time. - Mortons on the Move
Oct 2016 - $45.00
Not the best KOA we have stayed in, but not the worst either. Setting is very nice. Overall facilities are average. We are somewhat spoiled I guess, prefer RV parks with paved interior roads and wide, level sites. This place has neither. - Bruins_in_the_Bus
May 2017 - $41.00
Beautiful, but rustic campground scattered throughout the acreage filled with tall trees. Very quiet, wonderful smells. A nice change from campgrounds along freeways. - RetiredUSN
Aug 2016 - $36.00
Stayed in a 43' motorhome to visit the Redwoods and Crescent City. Easy to find from Hwy 101. Paved road thru park then gravel into site. Site was level and had good utilities. Stayed in pull thru site among the Redwood trees. Close to Hwy 199 and the Jedediah Redwoods. Crescent City offers excellent views of the ocean, Lighthouse and seals along the rocks. If in the area would stay here again. - RTM
Jul 2016 - $35.00
FHU, 50amp pull-through site, cable TV, WIFI is free only on your first day $3/day thereafter. We barely made it through 2 big redwoods for the turn into our site (we have a terrible turning radius on our motorhome) but other than that everything was fine here. We did, however, have folks pulling in next to us at very late hours and setting up at nearly midnight which was annoying with all the closing of doors and drills used to crank out leveling jacks. Guess "quiet time" does not apply when it comes to income. Stayed 4 nights to visit the redwood forests nearby which are impressive. - Bob & Stephanie
May 2017 - $17.00
$17 with Golden Age, no hookups, bathhouses with pay showers, dump station site 45 This park and campground just opened for the season when we drove in and it wasn't on reservations until the following weekend. There is another campground in this huge park on the beach but the roads are not paved. The roads in this campground need to be repaved - many potholes. Beautiful park with some stunning sites. Our site was a nice back in with two big Redwood Stumps in our site and we could hear the creek in the back. There are sites in this park right on the creek, a number of tent sites where you walk up steps to put pitch your tent, a few pull through sites and some good for small vans or just tents. Our 25ft RV is just at the peak size so that we could fit in the majority of the sites. This was a mill village located here decades ago before where they stripped cleaned the forest of the massive redwoods, so now it's just the new growth with some huge Redwoods Stumps. Everyone raves about the campsites here and there is a curvy road that leads into campground for about two miles. The road was an easy drive in. Recycle, trash bins and water spigots located all over the campground. The hosts claim that this park does fill up in the summer so reservations are recommended. We would return to this campground. This is a State Park financed by the Federal Government so the Golden Age Pass is accepted. A number of hiking trails in the park and only 6.8 miles from the nice town of Crescent City. It is located on the Redwood Highway in northern CA. - gsnakehill
Aug 2016 - $35.00
We stayed 4 nights and had a great time exploring! My kids loved finding the snails & banana slugs on all our hikes. Our site was a little difficult to get into with a trailer, but we managed with no real problems. The Redwood trees are amazing and are present all around us. We love to camp directly in the parks we're visiting so that we can take in a Ranger program or 2. Steep road in & out, but manageable. Would definitely stay again. Note that there is an $8 transaction fee if reserving online. - jmholton
Jul 2014 - $30.00
We stayed at this park overnight. It is VERY cute, nestled in the woods, with these cool sites for tent campers, that you take these steps up to a quaint little cove, that is like a hobbit home. Very easy to park big rig, with pull thru site. Mosquito's, but come prepared with bug spray, you are covered. Great family park, for walking dog! We camped here in a 36 ft 5th wheel - tandjb2
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Our last night August 18, 2016 someone crawl underneath our truck and cut a brinks cable and stole are blue E1000 Yamaha generator if you seen or know anything please contact we are senior citizens 775-815-3748. - Frankie H
Oct 2014 - $35.00
The staff were friendly and professional. I'd read a review about this park saying the clanging of the harbor buoy was annoying but I had to strain to hear it at all. The park is right next to the docks full of boats heading out each morning to fish, very interesting to watch them coming and going. The most photographed lighthouse in the world is on a tiny island just off the coast. I only moved because it is overcast so much but I loved the deserted beaches to walk my dogs along at night. - Mark Abbott
May 2011 - $24.00
After reading previous reviews we were not going to stay at this park, but when we drove past we decided to stay. We were given a site (#10) with a view of the ocean. I will agree there are a lot of full time, low income residents and some of the RV's were quite old. I would not recommend staying on the inside of the park. We had no problem here and loved our view. The manager was very friendly and works very hard to keep this park maintained. - HAPPY CAMPER 1
May 2017 - $17.00
No hookups, site 58, Golden Age, $17.50. 98 sites some on the river. This park is highly recommended for its sites many right on the river. A beach for swimming and boat launch dock. There are 98 sites here and a walk-in tent site area. We were in the bottom row and had a great site that our 25 RV fit into perfectly. Our firepit and picnic table were located three steps down towards the river, and then the river was a minute walk away. There is a day area for swimming and another beach in the campground itself. Redwoods are located throughout the campground and a number of hikes in the park and surrounding area. The road is located on route 199 from Crescent City to Grants Pass.
The bathhouse has really nice pay showers. We stopped for two nights and agree with everyone that it is a great place to camp. They do not let you register until after 2 in most of these campgrounds along the Redwood Highway, and many of them have no parking spaces for you to wait. You're better off waiting in the Walmart lot back in Crescent City five miles back on route 101. - gsnakehill
Jun 2016 - $35.00
It is dry camping, but the setting is worth it. Easy to get to but roads are narrow inside camp grounds. Our 33 footer fit but barely. - Terrie B
Aug 2015 - $18.00
This campground is nestled among the northern redwoods, therefore rather dark, as the sun light doesn't penetrate the tree tops until late morning, if at all.
The interior roads are very narrow, and weave between the giant trees.
Sites are tucked in between the big trees where ever they fit, ours was fairly level, but rather tight due to the trees, we were able to fully extend the slides, undergrowth makes for nice site separation.
There are no hookups, but there is a dump station and water fill. Bathrooms were clean and functional.
Nice hiking trails in the area, with a river at the edge of the park. Our price was with the Senior Pass. If in the area again, we will stay here. - bukhrn