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While the park doesn’t have many non-paved options, it does have a paved three-mile bicycle trail.
While motorized boating isn’t really a thing at this park, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy exploring the waterways! Grab your...Read more
Although there are some limitations for what you can fish for in the Russian Gulch, some fish that you can find (and keep) incl...Read more
Russian Gulch has some unbelievably gorgeous options for hikers. Whether you are into waterfalls, fern lined canyons, or Redwoo...Read more
Russian Gulch State Park boasts its own horse camp. You can park your trailer at the designated horse site (located on the Eas...Read more
This is another great spot to get your kayak on! The Big River has an outlet to the sea, sea caves, and a great view of histori...Read more
Swimming at Russian Gulch shouldn’t be overlooked - the water here is extraordinarily blue, making it a great place for a casu...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Russian Gulch Campground.
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Campsite #25 is the most private spot as it doesn't face any other spots and is bordered on both sides with thick, high and lush plants. A quietly burbling creek runs directly behind the campsite. #25 has it's own potable water spigot, the food locker looks brand new and is very clean and the two closest bathrooms have flush toilets, plentiful toilet paper, sinks, mirrors and interior lights. They are well-maintained and didn't smell at all. The fire ring's grate is bent though. Firewood can be delivered for $7/bundle from the camp host.
Peaceful little campground near Mendocino. Encountered sea mammals and a couple of raccoons. It's under the highway, but you can't hear it from the campground. Cute little stream runs through the grounds. We stayed for two nights and really enjoyed this spot a few hours north of San Francisco! Great weekend getaway.
We stayed here. Our camp host, John was wonderful, even gifted us free firewood leftover from another camper, and mapped out a shortcut to the waterfalls (very helpful with three small kids!). The bathrooms were cleaned each morning and the showers were clean. One night, we had a loud, cursing neighbor who blasted his music, but overall, our experience was wonderful. The village of Mendocino is 2 miles away and fun to explore.
27 is the best site - one of the largest, quietest & definitely the most private/ furthest from neighbours. Sites 25, 26 & 28 are also good for the same reasons. 22 and 23 would be our choices if all the above are taken (nice, but slightly smaller). 21 is ADA and not really space for a tent. 18, 19 and 20 are more exposed, & sites 29 & 30 are basically on the same plot, so no privacy. Sites 1-20 have a risk of noise from the highway, if you're sensitive to that kind of thing (21-30 are VERY quiet traffic-wise). Overall definitely a more peaceful alternative to Van Damme, with hiking trails directly from the sites, and just under a ten minute drive from Mendocino.
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- 39.331° N, 123.8° W
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- Tent Only - Group: 1 Site (Up to 40 people per site)
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- Tent / RV / Trailer: 25 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)
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- Tent / Van: 24 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)