Camp Noyo is hidden deep in the Mendocino redwood forest in the Noyo River basin. Relax and unwind with family or friends and enjoy the crystal clear water, beautiful redwoods, and abundant wildlife. Choose between the River View Chalet, pre-equipped tent sites, or the group camping / event cabins.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 86%
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AMAZING!!!!!!! This place is a little slice of heaven. Dog friendly, amazing space, friendly campers and hosts, and amenities. It’s an experience from start to end. My only recommendation is to make your stay no less than four days to enjoy all activities in the campground. You need a day for hiking, one for kayaking, and another for just sitting In a hammock while watching the wind blow through the trees. Thank you so much for keeping this space alive and open to the public <3
It was a magical weekend! Our site had river sounds lulling us to sleep and Savanah and her family have thought of everything we could possibly need! And everyone was so nice! Will definitely come back!
After a long winding drive on dirt roads we finally arrived at what we thought was Camp Noyo, but a man with a furrowed brow and a beer in hand walked into the middle of the road towards our car, so we had a panic that we made a wrong turn and we were about to accidentally have a tango with someone on their private property. After complaining about the dust our car kicked-up (we were driving slow- not much we could do), Jeff said he was the "host". His rundown of the camp was done in a somewhat patronizing tone. We continued to be friendly and he did warm up further into our camping trip. Important to note that Savanah, whom we spoke with on the phone before the trip, was very friendly and helpful, much appreciated. My wife, two teenage daughters, and I really enjoyed Camp Noyo overall. The kayaking/canoeing was really amazing and beautiful. Our hike to the train track trestles was really nice too. Spacious camp with nice amenities that we're not used to while camping (though probably not worth the significant extra price in our estimate). We had to get to Fort Bragg on our last day, and since you're completely off the grid, I asked about how long it takes. In responding, we were told we need to get to Fort Bragg by first going to Willit, which is the complete opposite direction. As soon as we got signal, we realized this and turned around (adding about 45 min to our trip, but thankfully we build a lot of cushion). This is somewhat consistent with the map provided to Camp Noyo as the mileage estimates a surprisingly off. We still made it, but it wouldn't be that hard to mark the exact mileage one of the trips into town instead of being off by a factor of 2 even in a couple cases.
Camp Noyo was truly magnificent. We stayed at Summit campground and it was very private yet accessible to all of the campsite amenities. The site came with lots of kitchen gear including pots, pans, plates, bowls, cups, and utensils. It also came with a three burner propane stove. Swimming and floating in the nearby river was also a dream. I will definitely be coming back to camp Noyo!
Left my heart at camp noyo
As a first time Hipcamp user and first time visitor to Camp Noyo I would recommend this place to any of my friends. Savanah communicated the info we needed expeditiously and respectfully. Although I did not meet her I am thankful for her participation with the booking end of our trip. Camp Noyo is a place with history and family care. It a wonderful first camping experience for my parents and would be a beautiful setting for anyone who camps often. A high clearance vehicle is best but not completely necessary, an open heart to adventure is always a must. Come here if you want a secluded experience filled with beauty and relaxation. Although it’s only 3 hrs from our home in SF it felt like we were completely away from it all. The sites are all accommodated with everything you need but Ryan our camp host made sure we were set up for a successful trip. Even our puppy was welcomed and loved by fellow campers. Paul (entry guide to the camp) Ryan and Savanah from the bottom of our hearts thank you for the welcoming stay and an experience worth repeating. We loved it all 100% and plan on coming back. We wish you the best with Camp Noyo and hope to see you again in the near future. - Familia Peña
You can immediately tell how much care the owners take to keep this historical camp in pristine condition. Camp Noyo is a beautiful, special place, and I can't recommend it highly enough.
Let me start by saying I love this place and had an amazing weekend! The property itself is beautiful. The campsite was large, tucked away, and very well apportioned. The proximity of the river for swimming/activities was great. Bathroom/sink/shower/dishwashing station was set up nicely and functioned well. Camp host was friendly and easy going, and he kept us informed of wildlife sightings so we could be mindful. Things to keep in mind:
-the mosquitos will get you, so be prepared to load up on bug spray continuously throughout your stay
-these are NOT drive up sites. You have to unload your gear, haul it across a suspension bridge and then onward to your site. They have carts available to help you but be prepared to work for your setup. Pack accordingly.
-the road in from Highway 20 to camp is miles of adventurous, curvy, bumpy, dirt road. You’ll be bouncing around in a dust cloud for a ways. Pick your vehicle accordingly.
Even with these challenges I would come back in a heartbeat, our stay at Camp Noyo was memorable and we’re grateful for our great stay!
Oasis with well equipped campites
A bit of a trek to get to, but totally worth it. Beautiful, private campsites with lots of amenities. Wonderful beach on the river where you can swim or relax and plenty of kayaks and canoes to explore the river.