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Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $41.00
A nice park amongst the redwoods, however pricey for what you get. Why do places charge extra for pets - $2.00/night. Charge extra for Wi-Fi - $4.00/night/device. In my opinion the owners are just squeezing as much money as possible. On the Wi-Fi, the bandwidth was terrible. They charge and don't deliver. I also didn't like the aspect that they ran electrical conduits up the old trees and installed hookups. Also had a satellite dish fastened to a tree for a nearby permanent camper. All in all, not a pleasant experience. I would avoid it. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $40.00
This is a 10 as a campground but very average as an RV Park. The setting is spectacular among the redwoods. There is plenty of space to maneuver big rigs. But you will be short on amenities. It is almost impossible to get satellite TV and there is no cable. The 30-amp electricity often fell below 110 volts. The wifi was expensive and inconsistent. On the plus side full hookups are available. The park is not near restaurants or supermarkets but there is the Pacific Coast Highway to the south toward Fort Bragg and Redwood State Park to the north. The closes small town is Garberville which bears the title of “marijuana heartland of America.” We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $48.00
We were pleasantly surprised to find an amazing campground where we could actually camp among the giant Redwood trees. The park was extremely clean, quiet and beautiful and the staff could not have been more accommodating and friendly. We had several Redwood trees right in our large pull-through site. The grounds were beautiful and you can hike down a moderate trail to the Eel River with a great little sandy beach. We will definitely be returning again soon! We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $48.00
Pass this one by! If you're traveling and looking for an overnight stop, this is way overpriced at $48. The place is dusty with no grass, just dirt. No cable, no TV period. WiFi is $3 per day extra on top of the already inflated price of $48. Decent Verizon service. Next time near here, we'll just keep on truckin'. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $49.00
Great campground. We went the week before Memorial Day and they were not cleaned up yet. However taking into consideration the RV site is under the Redwoods, we didn't care our site wasn't cleanup. Lots of room between each RV. Our site had only trees behind us for as far as we could see so we loved our site. The only negative on our site was that highway 101 was just above us so we had road noises all night long. That we could live with to have our site. The women's showers were clean but in one shower the handle looked like it was ready to fall off. When I turned on the shower the water sprayed a lot of places other than where it should. I couldn't get the water warm. I tried another shower and the handle was also bad but the water did get warm. Not a great amount of pressure but OK. This is the only reason I didn't give them a full 10 rating. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $15.00
This was our first time at this campground. The Redwood trees in the park are beautiful, and our space (No. 40 - nice and long) was right next to two of them. This is an older park and had not been cleaned up since winter. Our main complaint was that it took us close to an hour to level our RV. Space needed gravel, told staff, and they added it to the list of sites to fix. We were just below 101, but noise didn't bother us at all at night. Our Verizon MiFi worked, but slow. No TV. Lots to see including Chandalier Drive-Thru tree. Confusion Hill, and Avenue of the Giants. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $40.00
Nice rustic park surrounded by mature redwoods. Our site was dirt but level and backed right up to redwoods. Lots of room for our toy hauler and motorcycles. Store was small but stocked well. Pool was nice. A little noise from highway but not bad. There is a STEEP path down to Eel river but there are benches along the way to take a break. Nice little park. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $40.00
Nice park shaded by many redwoods. Most sites only have 30 amp service. Nice pool and friendly staff. Good Wi-Fi. Satellite service difficult due to all the redwoods. Expensive for only 30 amp service. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $36.00
Pleasant campground right on Hwy 101 just North of Leggett. Easy access, friendly staff. Convenient store with firewood, ice, and basic necessities. Wi-Fi is slow, but available for extra $3.00 per day. Trail to the river is steep. Worth the walk but take your time. The three benches along the way were welcome. Mosquitoes were pesky but not obnoxious. Would return here. Nice central location to area's tourist venues. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $32.00
Entrance is a few miles North of Leggit on a curve, so have to watch closely for the rather un-obtrusive sign on the west side of the road. We passed it and had to turn back. The park is located on the southern end of the old highway 101, what is aptly called the "Avenue of the Giants" for its meandering passage through a fantastic Redwood forest. What made the experience for us was parking among and right under those huge Redwood trees! Wow, that was something. The only problem was that the highway was right above us and road noise spoiled the peaceful aura. I would have given it a higher score but for the road noise. It still was worth it being in those magnificent trees, and after dark, traffic diminished somewhat. Its an old facility and Wi-Fi was extra, but there are not many RV parks in the area and as mentioned the big Redwoods made it worthwhile, would stay here again just because of that. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $22.00
Rustic is how I would describe this park. Some awesome redwoods to see in the park. Interior roads are very bouncy for big rigs. We stayed as Enjoy America so payed much less than our neighbor. We asked for a satellite spot and they gave us one of the best in the park. Added $3 but that was okay. it was when they added $2 for my little dog that I didn't like. She said it was in the book, but it is not in the EA writeup. The park is at Confusion Hill. Don't miss it like we did. Would probably stay again. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $38.00
This is a very old, very nice campground. It's in the middle of redwood trees and is very quiet. It has a wonderful children's play area. There's a path down to the Eel River. The sign states it's 350 yards ahead. That's probably true, but the path is very steep with quite a few switchbacks. Once you get down to the river, it's Shangri-La. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $40.00
We wouldn't stay here again, in spite of the few nice features it did have. The good: pool, playgrounds, hike down to the river, scenic redwood trees, cute little general store on site. The bad: dirt and potholes everywhere which filled with water when it rained so the whole place was muddy the entire weekend. Can't use your satellite dish because the trees block the signal. The extra fees for kids/dogs/wi-fi were annoying. The ugly: the bathrooms were gross. I wouldn't even consider showering there without wearing shoes. I don't like having tent sites right next to RV sites because the tent campers were outside partying well into the night and kept us awake. Then when we got up in the morning to make breakfast over the fire they were shooting us dirty looks for waking them up. But the best part? I got a bladder infection from swimming in their pool. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $36.00
So the septic and bathroom issues mentioned in previous reviews seem to be resolved. There was no smell and a brand new building with bathrooms; the old building is being torn down. You can hear highway noise but where I was in #7 it was faint enough to sleep through. I liked the setting in the woods and I noticed lots of family friendly amenities such as a fort, mini golf, pool, activity center etc. The hike down the creek is a steep but well maintained trail. Wifi is $3.00/day. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $37.00
We agree with other reviews regarding the beauty of the campground and the the horrible septic connection. We stayed one night, passing through on our way to Oregon, so we didn't use any of the facilities. The traffic noise from Hwy 101 was VERY loud and we had trucks using their "Jake" or "Compression" brakes all night long! The rates were the highest we paid during our two-week road trip, surprising for this time of year. Also, they were the only RV Park we stayed in that charged a fee for Wi-Fi. We were assigned a camp site directly under an oak tree and were bombarded with falling acorns the entire night. Not a lot of sleep available in this campground. We camped at Redwoods River Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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