The vibe at Wildcat Campground
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Nicely kept campsites with a good amount of privacy. Try to snag a spot on the outer side of the outer road for even more privacy. Good hiking trails from the campgrounds but mostly just to walk amongst the redwoods rather than vertical climbing. Showers are coin operated so bring quarters or save water!
Your shirtless host reporting on Hendy Woods S.P.
I think this S.P. is the ultimate escape.
This ancient Redwood forests is only about 3 hours from San Francisco.
The trees our est. to be 300' tall and could be up to 1000 years old. Hike around the massive stumps and fallen trees and the red wood groves.
The day use and the picnicking area is on the banks of the Navarro river-over looking the the Big Hendy Grove.
The camp hosts @ this camp keeps the camp sites clean and well maintained.
This park has a dump station
Make sure you hike the nature trails though out the park.
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Loud - lots of people and depending on their camping manners you might be listening to their loud music until 2am and have 15 kids running through your campsite at 5am. Rangers don't really enforce the #of people per campsite or quiet hours. Fun to be near the river though, and is beautiful.