Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $16.00
Amazing park to camp in in late October with the salmon runs continuing in the river. Many private and pretty sites with fabulous trees! We got a fantastic site right near the river. We practically had the place to ourselves. Just the hosts and two other campers. Restrooms clean and redwood trail is within a 1 mile hike. This redwood stand is the northern most range of sequioa sempervireons, the coastal species. I highly recommend this beautiful park. We camped at Loeb State Park in a Travel Trailer.
If you are in a motorhome greater than 32 feet, forget this park. They have sites greater than 55' but pulling into the site off a 9' road makes this almost impossible. All but 3 sites are in heavy shade so no satellite service. Cell is limited to Verizon only and broadband on Verizon is extremely limited based on site. This is more a campground for small units. Unable to get a 40' unit into a space except 1 and no satellite service. Road in park is challenging. Would be great place if you wanted to get away from about everything. Nice park people. It is 8.5 miles from 101; about when you think you will drop off the edge of the earth. We camped at Loeb State Park in a Motorhome.
Very old park. Sites are very difficult to get into unless you are in a travel trailer or short 5th wheel. Spaces are at right angle on a 9' road with trees and stumps to avoid. Would not recommend a rig over 28'. There is no cell or satellite service due to location and trees. We camped at Loeb State Park in a Motorhome.