7 RV Parks near Leggett, California
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Rustic camping among the redwoods Check in slow , wifi slow , no cell phone coverage. - Anon2690
Jul 2017 - $42.00
You'll camp beneath the redwoods. This isn't a large park, but it does accommodate campsites, motorhome sites, trailers, rental cottages and lodge rooms. This is an older park that is hard to locate. It attracts family gatherings and is more rustic than modern. The staff are friendly and helpful. The swimming pool was packed with kids having a great time as was kids at "Fort McCaffison", an elaborate, 2-story fortress-playground. There is no off-leash dog area, but there is plenty of wooded areas to walk your dog. The sites are large. On one side of the park you'll get some road noise from scenic 101, on the other you'll be where the cliff drops hundreds of yards to the river (there's a fence behind the RV sites). The "350" yard trail to the river is steep. It wasn't going down that worried me as much as struggling back up. Near the park is a mostly paved road that goes to the river the locals can direct you to. The Pub is small and cozy with friendly campers hanging out. We started out staying for two days and decided to lay back under the redwoods for an extra day. - Bobshoe
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Nice campground in the Redwood trees next to the river. Under new management, staff was very friendly and helpful. This was a one night stop, but got a good pull thru site with our Motorhome and tow car. - JeffnAnita
Jul 2017 - $25.00
We camped at Standish-Hickey on July 7, 8, and 9. The large trees provide a lot of shade, and we had fun swimming in the river. The camp rangers hosted nature programs and hikes on the weekends. For example, the Saturday night we were there, they had stuff for making S'mores, and the kids were able to do leaf-pressing as she taught us about the trees at the park. The showers were ok but required 4 or 5 quarters to get a shower. Now the downside: there were a group of people camping right across from us that were using vulgar language, and playing loud music (some of which had expletive language), even after the 10:00 quiet hour. We asked them to quiet down, to stop using the F-bomb every 30 seconds, etc., but our requests were ignored. These people essentially told us "you can call who you want, but no one is going to do anything". The rangers at the park told us that neither local peace officers or CA State Park Rangers patrol Standish-Hickey. - SteveWard
Dec 2016 - $28.00
Stayed here on 12/3 for one night. Park was clean, had my reservation on the front kiosk. All was good. Park rangers came by around 4:30, always like seeing that. Not much to do here. Hwy on north side, fenced in on the east side, and steep cliff on the west. Didn't have a lot of time to adventure, but I am sure there has to be something to do. VERY VERY noisy in sites 1-16. Trucks going up and down 101 all night. Best to chose sites in the 20 or 30's but I am sure its still pretty loud. If peace and quiet is what you want this aint the place. Clean place. no At&T Cell service but Face book page said others service providers work, Stay in the sites farthest away from hwy. Bathrooms were very clean. Had power outlets for hairdrying. Had a sink for dishes outside, and coin operated showers. - FastCletus
Sep 2016 - $35.00
CA state park. Dry camping. Pricing varies $25 near Hwy, $35 Upper Loops and $45 across the river, summer only, tents and small campers. State Park run by a non-profit organization (MAPA). Very clean park and friendly staff. Lots of hiking trails and a swimming hole on the Eel river in the Redwoods. - slewis95407
Jun 2017 - $18.00
I liked this park. We stayed here years ago and it has changed ownership and looked nice. We had 30 amp service, water, sewer and a pullthrough, so I was happy. Our site was nice and long and even though there were sites on either side of us, the owner alternated rv's so you weren't close to each other. The sites were wide and had a table, grill and firepit. The park had a nice looking park for kids that was freshly mowed. The laundry was a llittle expensive, $2 for washers and $1.75 for the dryer There are 4 washers and only 1 dryer. No sink in the laundry building and not the cleanest. There is a small store in the park and you can also get propane there. There is a gas station next door with minor groceries and this park is very close to Richardson Grove State Park. The owners were very friendly and advised us where to go for meat on our way out of town. We were in site 68, but 66 or 67 would have been better because they had shade. - Ginny H
Oct 2016 - $18.00
This is my second review of this RV park. I am upgrading my rating because our most recent stay was much better than our last stay a year back. Cleanliness has been greatly improved, dumpsters have been added, and most important the staff was wonderful. The RV next to us had major mechanical problems and the staff couldn't do enough to help them.
As mentioned in my last review access off of Hwy 101 is well marked and easy. There is tons of room to get into the park and maneuver, even for the largest RV. To the left of the store/office are a dozen or so level and wide pull throughs, easy in and out.
Keep in mind that this RV park is not very fancy, there is no pool or other upscale amenities, and some full timers are scattered about. However it is 1/10th of a mile from the giant Redwoods, very reasonably priced with PA, and lots of room for your rig. We will definitely stay here again. - Syncro
Sep 2016 - $20.00
The stay was basically a nightmare. The address says Garberville, but is about 8 miles south of the town. WIFI did NOT work. Was told "someone" had used all the bandwith and they could not reactivate. Was told it would be up and working the day after we arrived, but that never happened. Verizon Hotspot did not work either. Was told AT&T doesn't work at all there. We could at least make and receive calls. Was able to get the Hotspot about 5 miles south at the Piercy turnoff.
Park is next to a gas station/truck stop so a lot of noise from there and also the Hwy 101.
Grounds needed a lot of cleanup and men's bathroom close to RV parking had a sign that said the sink was broke and to use the main bathroom. A lot of older permanent rigs were parked around the grounds.
We will not return. - vwbluestar
Sep 2017 - $38.00
Very beautiful campground. There were not many campers so we were able it use a very large handicapped site so we didn't have to disconnect. We stayed only 1 night. The only down side was they charged for each dog, ( It is California) I have 3 and it's dry camping. Campground has 3 sections, one by the river. We will use again. - Gramacony
Oct 2014 - $33.00
Richardson Grove straddles highway 101 and contains a small but very nice old-growth redwood grove. Unfortunately they chose to build highway 101 so it runs right through the middle of the grove, cutting it in two and destroying the normal quiet of a redwood grove. It is a nice little park nonetheless and the campground is pretty good. It is a typical no-hook-up forest campground with flush toilets and water spigots around. The road is narrow but not too bad and many of the sites could handle a larger RV than our 31 ft. fifth wheel. There is decent space between sites, though most have driveways at right angles to the road, making backing in a bit tricky. There are a few pull-throughs. No dump station but there is a commercial campground nearby that has one. Our Verizon data reception was marginal but with our MiFi we got good Internet. - MrSunshine
Mar 2010 - $26.00
A nice park with very nice managers. Our site was great and very quiet. We were entertained by the stellar jays and woodpeckers. Wonderful redwoods all around the area. - wildhorsecoach
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Jul 2017 - $58.00
Looks like a free for all campground, kids, dogs, people, cars, trucks, rv's everywhere. Sites are "marked" but it appears it doesn't matter. We had a back in site that was supposedly 40' and our 32' motorhome barely fit. Entrance on a curve and road to camp area is steep. - CruiserGary
Aug 2016 - $56.00
Well, If you like access to a beach this is for you. Everything else is substandard. They have some nice sites but, they were empty the 7 days I was here. The sites are small: some that appear you should back into, you pull forward into and need a long sewer hose to hook up. Bring your dog shoes, they have bad stickers. Sites are very, very close. Below Highway 1 traffic not bad, but a few logging truck go by using their jake brakes. WIFI OK. - valtar
Aug 2016 - $56.00
Stayed 3 nights in our 30' coach over a weekend in August. The camp was packed with cars and rigs everywhere. We had a pull-thru site that was very narrow, so much so that when the trailer next to us put out their awning it was 30" from our door, and we couldn't use the fire pit for fear we'd burn down the motorhome. There were LOTS of children and LOTS of dogs, so it was pretty noisy most of the time. Nice beach though, and that was the campsite's saving grace. - sail2blue
Jul 2017 - $54.00
We used this park as a stopover for one night. Excellent staff service, very friendly and helpful. Site we had was level and had enough space for sitting comfortably. Close to Highway 101 so you do get a little traffic noise. The premium sites are on the end of the rows and are very nice with new lawn furniture. If you are staying longer go for these sites. - John Borajkiewicz
Jun 2017 - $59.00
Very nice park. It was close to the Hwy so there was some road noise. - 17Yosemite
Jun 2017 - $66.00
A typical KOA. All services included. Had to bring everything in at night as sprinklers go off. - HB Taxlady
Nov 2016 - $35.00
We've been full timing for 7 years now. The place wins the award for the biggest dump we've stayed at. The site was paved but very narrow. It had been raining a lot so our coach was in a lake due to poor or nonexistent drainage and we were in a huge mud hole. The rest rooms were disgusting at best and the showers have a patina of crud every where you looked and were barely warm. There are a lot of full time folks with rigs covered with tarps and garbage everywhere. They have wifi but we could get nothing from their site. Verizion and MIFI works down there. Traffic nose from 101 is pretty loud but the traffic is only moderate. We may stay here again because it's the closest place to some friends we like to visit. Even if they dropped the price down to $5/night I wouldn't recommend it. They have a dump station that had the lid open and 6" of rain water standing in the containment basin. I really surprised that the health department hasn't shut this place down. - pumper9x9
Jun 2014 - $27.00
Stayed at 183 campground in the last 5 years since we retired - this has to be the worst ever.
In the 6 days we stayed there in March 2014 restrooms were not cleaned at all I took a GI shower in the MH as it was nasty. We finally moved to site with sewer but left a day early and gave up the money.
Park is full of run down Rv's that are in horrible shape. Most of the park is full time folks. Dogs running loose all over. I walked our dog out of the campground.
Good Sam rating of this campground is not to be believed. - rr2254545
Jul 2010 - $40.00
We wanted a stop over spot for one night, and had a RV site and a tent site. Dean Creek is a pretty little campground right off Hwy 101. You will hear the traffic. It is an older campground that looks like it is getting some upgrades, but has a ways to go. The staff was friendly. They have a pool, spa and sauna. They have an old minature golf course that is free and was fun despite needing repairs. The sites are very close, if you have slide outs you are right over the next site's picnic table or fire pit. I was also overcharged and am waiting to see if they make it right. - seabreezervers