Offered near the campground.
There is one hike/bike site, but it doesn’t seem like there are any biking trails in the park. The hike/bike site is close to t...Read more
The Van Duzen River is great for non-power boating. Although the river fluctuates depending on the season (it can get pretty lo...Read more
Grizzly Creek remains cool year-round for some relaxing, secluded fishing. Catch and release fishing is allowed in the Van Duze...Read more
Hikes here are short and sweet: the Memorial Trail, open during the summer thanks to a seasonal footbridge over the Van Duzen R...Read more
The Van Duzen is a rad river for kayaking and canoeing. The rapids are class III for those with intermediate experience. Be war...Read more
The section of beach below the campground is a designated swimming spot in the river. The currents can be strong, so be careful...Read more
Paddling downstream on the Van Duzen River is sure to become one of your favorite rafting spots once you try it! The scenery is...Read more
Among the silent redwoods, you can hear twigs cracking beneath your feet. If you were one of the black-tailed deer living here,...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Grizzly Creek Redwoods Campground.
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We camped here and were the only people at the site. The camp host was great, and there's lots of good hiking nearby (no dogs allowed on the trails). The river is nice and the lots are big and private.
This is right off the highway and when I saw "right off" I mean when you get there & you take 5 steps for forward you are quite LITERALLY standing on the highway. Beautiful scenery, but traffic all night long. Imagine 18 wheelers zooming by your tent all night...that's pretty much this. Unless you book one of the 5 spaces that isn't butted up to the highway.