Burlington Campground

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About Burlington Campground

Description

Slightly larger than Albee Creek with 57 sites, this campground is located next to the visitor’s center and is in a grove of second growth redwoods. Three sites are designated “hike-and-bike”, and the campground has a summer bridge across the river that provides access to hiking trails. It also has a nice proximity to the water if you are heading here in the summer: there is a Read more...
Slightly larger than Albee Creek with 57 sites, this campground is located next to the visitor’s center and is in a grove of second growth redwoods. Three sites are designated “hike-and-bike”, and the campground has a summer bridge across the river that provides access to hiking trails. It also has a nice proximity to the water if you are heading here in the summer: there is a nature trail just across the street that will take you to the river. This campground is open all year.
Fires are not allowed
Potable water is not available
Pets are not allowed
  • Listing type: Public
  • No. of sites: 55
  • Phone: (707) 946-2409
  • Accessible by: Drive
  • Accommodation: Tent Only

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Hipcamper Ross

Convenient base on Avenue of the Giants, but is used by many RVs. Also, wetter than the SF bay area, so be prepared.

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Hipcamper Christina

Stayed at site 25 for a couple nights. Lots of RVs and right by the road, but there was surprisingly little traffic and it wasn't too loud overnight. Right in the middle of Avenue of the Giants, close to Founders Grove and next to the main visitors center with an exhibit and lots of maps and helpful advice. I took my dog who was allowed in the site but not on any of the adjacent hiking trails. Worth stopping in Miranda for groceries, not too much in the smaller towns and Weott and Myers Flat

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Hipcamper Xanthe

The quietest campground I've ever been in, though admittedly, it was February and rather rainy. So atmospheric in and amongst nature's cathedrals, just spectacular. The whole campground is very shady nestled amongst the redwoods which makes it deliciously cool in summer but a little chilly in winter.

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Hipcamper Gihane

Stayed at campsite 38 for just 1 night. I have to say, though the campground was beautiful and most other sites appeared flat, this specific site was on a steep hill and very uncomfortable to camp on. My other complaint was that there was no swimming hole, and while there was a path to access the river, by mid July even on a year with high rainfall, the water was barely calf deep. I would consider staying here again #1 if it were at a different site and #2 if it were earlier in the year before the low river and algae blooms set in. Otherwise a truly gorgeous setting providing easy access to the avenue of the giants. Just a few miles down the road from Founders and Women's Federation Grove, where I've heard the swimming is much better.

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Park
Humboldt Redwoods State Park
State
California
Phone Number
(707) 946-2409
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
40.309° N, 123.91° W
Unknown price
Tent / Van: 51 Sites