In a large motorhome you have to park in the parking lot, for the same price as the actual spots. It was quiet and we hiked on the beach, undisturbed, with our dogs and again along the shore the next day. Not sure why the state won't let motorhomes park in the main parking lot at night. We live nearby so it was an ok stay for 1 night. We prefer Bodega Dunes but it was sold out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the few campgrounds in Calif. located on a beach. Surf is dangerous here not safe to go into (my father saw a swimmer drown here during his stay). Tight sites. Dry camping. I know the beach is lovely but not my favorite place to camp. Must have reservations to camp on beach but some overflow spots may be available on any given day. Close to Bodega Bay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love this place. Lots of sand in spaces 1-9. Had to use 4 wheel drive to back up in spot #7 due to sand, low trees in some spots lots of shade. Its hard to get into if you can not back up good in lower spaces. We go here 2 to 3 times a year. Love it, NO tv NO phone [ no cell ] you can get Directv. You need to get reserv. to stay in summer. It gets book full on weekends and summer days. We stayed there 7 nights in Jan.2009 had sun ervry day but 1. We love IT We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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This campground is part of Sonoma Coast State Beach. Mixed tents and RV sites. I don't think it is suitable for big rigs - 40 feet +, but saw some there. Two pull-through sites. Fresh water and flush toilets. Showers and RV dump are available at Bodega Dunes campground which is about 6 miles away. Usage is free for campers at Wright's Beach. Beach is pretty, but swimming is not recommended as it is dangerous. Dogs restricted from trails, as is the case at many California state parks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.