Description

Navarro Beach Campground is the best of all waterside worlds. Fall asleep to ocean songs. Be a neighbor to swimming holes and translucent river currents. Scale large sandstone rocks and inhale the fresh bite of salt and forest. Cherish views of truly jaw dropping sunsets and partake in the joys of a small scale campground where you can adequately remove yourself from Continue reading...
Navarro Beach Campground is the best of all waterside worlds. Fall asleep to ocean songs. Be a neighbor to swimming holes and translucent river currents. Scale large sandstone rocks and inhale the fresh bite of salt and forest. Cherish views of truly jaw dropping sunsets and partake in the joys of a small scale campground where you can adequately remove yourself from overpopulation anxiety. This beach campground sits beside a stretch of driftwood scattered sand that adjoins the mouth of the Navarro River. Navarro provides a concise 10 site spot and you stake your claim via the more classic first-come first-served approach. This means - plan to grab your spot early and don’t wait to pull in at 11pm with no back up plan. Bring layers, but expect summer heat that differs from the normal coastal camping experience and enjoy the payoff of being close to so much skin cooling, soul warming water and the sweet canopy of second growth redwood giants.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans
No. of sites
10
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 8 people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Picnic table available
No RV hookup
Boating
Fishing
Paddling
Climbing
Swimming
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching
Biking
Hiking
Horseback riding
Wind sports
OHV
Snow sports
Surfing

The vibe at Navarro Beach Campground

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Hipcamper Ross
No recommendation provided

Stopped by...boo. Campsites on top of one another,in a state of disrepair. Head north just past Ft. Bragg to MacKerricher S.P. Waaay nicer and peaceful setting. Hit site 2 or 6 of the walk in sites for nice seclusion and easy walk to beach or tidepools.

Hipcamper Bettina
No recommendation provided

Not Sure Why this Page says Pets No Allowed. The Park Brochure says this: Pets must be under immediate physical control at all times.
Dogs must be on a leash no more than six feet long and
confined in a tent or vehicle at night.

Hipcamper Maegan
No recommendation provided

This campsite can be a little bustlin' as it's also the parking lot for day-use of the beach. Albion River Campground and Mendocino Campground are two options a few miles north; Albion more social and Mendocino Campground more secluded.

Hipcamper Michael
No recommendation provided

Dogs allowed on leash Beautiful driftwood structures everywhere after a storm,
Good walk on Mouth of the Navarro River with tributaries from Anderson Creek, Mill Creek and others.

Park
Navarro River Redwoods State Park
State
California
Phone Number
(707) 937-5804
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
39.191° N, 123.759° W
$25/night
Tent / Van: 10 Sites
(Up to 8 people per site)