2 Parks near Redcrest, California
Sep 2015 - $40.00
The only comment I have about this park is that there is NO cell phone service. You are advised this when you check in. It is located in a quiet, beautiful setting. Internet is acceptable. - travelingpeople
Sep 2015 - $35.00
The park has paved roads and RV sites, there's a nice distance between sites with grass. The park is surrounded by trees but doesn't have any mature trees in the middle, so hardly shaded.
The spots that could be more shaded are the back ins. It relatively quiet and the people are really nice, no dog park and it's not geared to families, which we liked since we prefer the quiet.
Wifi worked great for us, one of the best!
Showers and bathroom are not fancy but very comfortable and clean. - MikeMayNaama
Sep 2015 - $46.00
What a friendly, genuine greeting upon arrival at Ancient Redwoods RV Park. We got a thorough introduction to the surrounding area attractions as well as a fabulous guide book. Our pull-thru site had water with excellent pressure, electricity, cable television, and an RV dump receptacle. The site length(s) in all the spots we saw could accommodate the largest of motorhomes and 5th wheel trailers. Site width is excellent as well. The motorhome parked next to us was about 25 feet away, allowing for decent privacy. Satellite TV reception was no problem in the pull-thru sites. In the 2015 drought months, one might wish for a cooling swimming pool, but, alas, there wasn't one. Other than that, Ancient Redwoods RV Park comes highly recommended! - Professor Ken
Sep 2010 - $40.00
This is a nice small resort, but it needs a little TLC. Everything seems just a little faded, although all the cabins seems to have been recently painted, with some new picnic tables. The RV park is very small, with only 2 pull-through's, and 6-7 back-in's. Tough to turn a big rig around in it. Good Wi-Fi, and free cable TV (only 10 channels, but there's no other TV). Verizon didn't work here. Nice hot tub spa and group fire pit, with free firewood provided for it. Campfires can be had at individual sites, but only in fire tubs provided (which are the inside tubs of old washing machines. These work very well for campfires). The main attraction for this park is its location, right on old Hwy 101 (Ave of the Giants). Superb location to view some of the greatest ancient redwoods. Priced a little high, but big rigs won't fit in any of the CA state parks. - dennmattgano
Sep 2007 - $30.00
The staff were friendly and helpful. The sites are fairly large and level. We found this park to be excellent value as all services were included in the price including cable TV and WiFi. It does not have a pool but does have a hot tub. We would return to this park. - BC Wanderer
Jul 2006 - $30.00
Although the bathrooms were old, decrepit, and not very clean, this was actually a pretty nice park because it was so shady and quiet. It is right next to Avenue of the Giants, and not far from Highway 101, yet we could not hear the road at all. The campsites are shaded by redwood trees. The sites were not level, and the mixed dirt/gravel surface might get muddy in the rain. There were no markets or gas stations in the area. However, if you want to visit the Humboldt redwoods, this may be the most convenient private campground in the area, especially since it is at the north (i.e. cooler) end of the Humboldt State Park. - Prof Dan