We stopped here for one night. The owners were friendly. There are some sites with a wonderful view overlooking the city (we used a pull-thru site instead). The Wi-Fi worked great. The entrance was a bit intimidating with a bit of a hill, but we navigated that OK with the 35' motorhome.
This is a very large campground with a lot of amenities. Unless you like boating or fishing, there's not a lot else to do outside the park. The lower (older area) has some small trees for shade, but the upper area is out in the sun. Some of the sites are not very level, but most are OK. As others have mentioned, the Wi-Fi is almost useless (not enough bandwidth for the hundreds of users). Our biggest problem with this park is that there was no cell phone service -- it's in a dead spot.
We liked this park because it was a short walk across the dunes to the beach. The grassy sites are plain, but adequate. This property is adjacent to a small airport, but in truth we didn't see an airplane all day. Half the sites look toward the ocean, and the other half face the open field of the airport beyond a fence.
One of the best places to stay if you want to camp among the giant redwood trees. The camping spaces are nicely nestled in the middle of an old growth grove of trees. We had a 35' motorhome, and there were quite a few spots we would fit. The road is narrow and twisty coming and going. I would not recommend if you have anything larger than 35ft.
This is a larger park with plenty of space. Lots of pull-through spaces that can accommodate the largest rigs. I would definitely stay here again. One caution -- the location given on this web site is not the true location. Also, the GPS coordinates listed in the Trailer Life directory are wrong. If you use Mapquest, it will show the wrong location, and typing the address into my Garmin GPS came out wrong as well. Actual location is about 4 miles north of Eureka (2 miles south of Arcata) right off U.S. 101. The map on the KOA web site is correct. Wi-Fi was good when it was working, but was out half the time. Office is closed between noon and 3 PM.
This is a wonderful park in a wooded setting. We were in a back-in space that was plenty wide. There were trees and bushes between spaces, so it seemed like we were all by ourselves in the woods. The park was off the highway a ways, so it was quiet. On checking in, they had lots of brochures to give us on things to see and do. The only little quirk was that they don't take credit cards -- cash or check only. Our cell phone didn't get a signal here (Verizon), but the Wi-Fi worked fine.
This little gem is located outside of town in a country setting. It's very quiet. There are nature trails adjacent to the park for a nice morning hike. Some of the spaces are a bit close to each other, but I really liked the country setting. It's about 2 miles drive to the town of Napa, CA. I would definitely stay here again for an extended stay.
This is located just off I-5 in an almond grove. It's a great place for an over-night stay if you are in the area. The owner was friendly and directed us to our spot. Plenty of longer spaces for bigger rigs.