Offered near the campground.
At Mill Creek Watershed, an addition to the Del Norte Coast Redwoods, visitors can find an expansive maze of dirt and gravel ro...Read more
When in Del Norte Coast Redwoods park, the opportunity to go boating is never far-fetched. The park is not far from several wa...Read more
Right next to Mill Creek Campground is the Klamath River. The fishing grounds near this area are popular due to the large popul...Read more
Near Del Norte Coast Redwoods park, visitors have the option to break out their kayak. The Klamath River offerS mostly stage I...Read more
Not far away from Del Norte Coast Redwoods Park is Crescent City, with beaches for playing in the wind. South Beach is a gre...Read more
Closeby to Del Norte Coast Redwoods park is South Beach, which is the ideal stop for some local surf. The beach has a pretty st...Read more
The lush landscape of this park means it is a great habitat for a variety of wildlife. Wildlife watchers and animal lovers c...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Mill Creek Campground.
The vibe at Mill Creek Campground
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Out of all the campgrounds in the area this one has the most camp spots. The benefit of that is you are more likely to get a last minute spot in the high season. Even with all the people many of the camp spots have lots of vegetation making them feel private.
I stopped in here without a reservation on a cloudy August day and was pleased to find that there were still spots open. There was not a lot of privacy, but sites were separated enough to feel comfortable staying the night. My buddies and I spent the evening just south of this area at the DeMartin Beach picnic area and it was amazing. Even though we did not get a sunset, cooking sausages and smores backed by beach music and the sound of the surf with an incredible view was extremely peaceful. I would definitely go back here as it has that remote and rugged peaceful feel.
Report from your Shirtless Host on Del Norte Coast Redwood State Park.
O- My God what a park not only do you get Redwoods you get the coast line also! It has a spectacular view of the coast line and don't for get the old growth Red woods. Wild life is abundance, rest room are clean, and well taken care of. Camp sites and also one of a few State Parks with a dump site in the park.
They for the kids and families a out standing porgrams, along with guided tours. If you like fishing bring your pole
This is one out standing camp grounds the whole family will enjoy there time here lots to do hiking and family fun.
So bring the family and let's all go camping because camping fun but family camping is more fun
Shirtless Host Steve
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