5 Parks near Eureka, California
Sep 2014 - $20.00
You must be an Elks member to stay here. We stopped here to do some sightseeing around the Redwoods. During our three day stay, there was a thick fog which is pretty typical of this coastal area. This is a very basic campsite with access to the Lodge lounge. We appreciated the full hookups. Each faucet serviced two sites but didn't cause any issue with water pressure. Each site was spacious with easy in and easy out access. The Avenue of the Giants was an easy trip from here as was the town of Eureka with access to all of the usual shops, including Costco. We would stay here again. - The Chouters
Jul 2013 - $20.00
Elks Members Only. Back-in sites only. Very good Digital Cable, Wi Fi available, Verizon OK, Dog Friendly. Construction of larger building ongoing. Loss of some RV sites until completed. Great spot to stay when doing "West Coast Elks Tour". Located in quiet neighborhood. Very friendly lodge. Will stop again. Eureka Golf Course approx. 1/2 mile away. - silverado
Jul 2015 - $52.00
Poorly maintained park is perhaps a reflection of owners desire to sell. Electrical service is inadequate: low voltage at both 30 & 50 amps. WiFi is slow to non-existent. Sites are not level. Staff is friendly and accommodating. Hopefully the next owners will invest in upgrades needed in this park. - Roger H.
Jul 2014 - $58.00
This place was great!!! I'm not sure what the other reviewers have against this place, but for us, it worked out awesome!! The people were friendly, there was lots to do for the kids, the bathrooms and showers were spotless, and we liked it so much that we stayed here twice in a week while traveling to another place. This is one of the better KOA's that we have stayed at and I will definitely stay here again if I'm in the northern California area again. - mike3245
May 2014 - $39.00
I guess it's a good place to see Eureka. It's typical of KOAs in most places with dirt roads and sites. This one is a bit on the old and worn side and the grass needed mowing when we were here. Cable TV is iffy and does not have many channels and the wi-fi is really bad. People are nice, which is always a good thing. Will try someplace else next time. - Tiny Beast
Jan 2014 - $29.00
This marina is on a spit of land sticking out into the sea and is full of longer term and permanent residents. Many obviously fishermen type: both anglers and workers on big boats with families and kids. The owners are nice enough and friendly. There are seafood restaurants nearby and some low sand dunes within an easy walk. There is no WiFi, no cable, no washroom facilities, no showers, the lots are small and narrow, and all back in. The place is essentially a parking lot. I liked it because it felt "real" and not tourist. Fine for an overnight stop if you are self sufficient, and cheaper than most places in the area. We would have stayed for a week but we need WIFI. We would stay again. - Judy Birchland
Nov 2012 - $25.00
This is an older site, with mostly permanent rigs it appears, but an OK place for one night before traveling on. Full hookup for $25 in California seems really cheap from what I've seen. No discounts. The manager was really helpful and friendly, in fact hung around to register me and help me park after I called near their closing time. No restrooms, so you must be equipped with your own. - Littlebigrv
Sep 2010 - $25.00
Parking lot in a shabby part of town, but seems safe. Very quiet, next to the ocean, wide spaces. Cable TV only available to long-term campers (which most were). Showers were closed for the season. Affordable place for an overnight stay. - Keeping up with the Joneses
May 2015 - $30.00
The campground is not picturesque. Basically a gravel area off one of the main driveways into the fairgrounds, so it is noisy. We were there on a race weekend, so it was exceptionally noisy. There are a few long term RV's (trailers) in the park that are in fair condition. There is supposedly an age limit on the RV's staying here; it obviously is not enforced. The CG manager lives in the CG with several kids who run amuck. The campsite has 20/30/50 electric, gravel, no picnic table or fire ring. Fairly level. Spaces are tight, but only when fully occupied. No privacy, no shade. The water is good quality at about 60 psi. No cable and only basic OTA. Internet is free, but very slow, about 300 kbps. No laundry. The showers are old and in need of remodel, but clean. The staff in the office are OK, but do not patrol the CG or enforce rules. The CG is located in Eureka, so everything is close. There is a Fire Station across the street with occasional sirens. This is not a destination CG. Short stays are tolerable, but longer would be stressful. Will only stay here again if we need to be in the area. - Wiyndog
Jan 2015 - $18.00
If in the Eureka area, we would stay here again at the Passport America rate. The sites are gravel with a bit of grass, all easy back-ins. Traffic noise is minimal. Good location for Eureka city activities. Pleasant and efficient campground host. Wifi was excellent, Verizon phones worked fine, with antenna TV we got PBS, major networks except NBC, plus a few others. Don't think our sat TV would have worked because of close trees (big) to the south. - rncordy
Nov 2014 - $20.00
A good stopover spot. The Wi-Fi was reasonable/acceptable.
I would recommend for a few days to explore the Eureka area. - gypsy parrotheads
Jul 2015 - $45.00
At first we were just impressed by the neat and clean park. We were staying there and supposed to check out on the 4th of July. We found out that our next destination was going to be very difficult to get into with our 45' motorhome. The park manager set us up alongside of the office with cones all around for a day, until he found another site he could put us in. He was exceptional. The hospitality has been great. We would definitely come back. - Pickyparker
Jul 2015 - $44.00
There was a minimum of two nights or we would have stayed only one. The park is more like a nice parking lot with long drive-through spaces that can accommodate long rigs. However, the sewer hookup is very inconvenient. You either have to have a very long hose or wait until you're ready to leave to dump and pull forward.
The spaces are very narrow and have grass in between. The sprinklers come on so the grass is always wet making it hard not to track grass clippings in your RV. Our site was covered in bird droppings, that wasn't pleasant either.
The park is easily accessed from Hwy 101. Our spot was back from the road. It was cold so our windows weren't open and we weren't bothered by the road noise. The park manager, was very nice and helpful. He can give you good recommendations for places to eat/visit.
If you walk to the town of Eureka, which we did, you will pass a lot of homeless camping in the area. It is a very depressed town. While we were not bothered, I would not have felt comfortable walking to town by myself or at night. - Ree Klein
May 2015 - $34.00
Paved roads and sites with nice grass between sites which probably hasn't been cut since last fall, but it's nicer than gravel/weeds/etc. Pleasant fellow at Sunday check-in, who provided list of local favorite restaurants and sites. Borders Highway 101 so slightly noisy, but not bad enough to bother; might be more noticeable in better weather with open windows and eating outside. Temps not over 62 entire week we are here. Sites very long with utilities in the very back so must park in front. Very close together. - bjcamper