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Navarro River Redwoods State Park

Navarro River Redwoods State Park, California

Sometimes people zip their lip about Navarro. You might too, after experiencing the powerful triad of second growth redwoods, river currents and oceanside camping. You might just feel a bit of Read more...
Sometimes people zip their lip about Navarro. You might too, after experiencing the powerful triad of second growth redwoods, river currents and oceanside camping. You might just feel a bit of protectiveness seep into your state-park-loving bones. It’s natural to want to keep this place secluded, but don’t worry, people have been enjoying it for quite awhile and it hasn’t lost its luster. Navarro Redwoods State park is a magnificent 660 acres along a 14-mile corridor of the Navarro River, where you can meander through stunning second growth redwood canopies, dip into restorative crystal river water and play surfside at pacific ocean worshipping Navarro Beach. Kayakers and canoers, you’re invited to submerge your paddles in the late winter and early spring and swimmers you should be rocking all summer long in both salt and freshwater cradles. Located in the Anderson Valley, between Highway 101 and the Mendocino Coast, Navarro Redwoods State Park is an inestimable treasure of versatile waterlife, lush vegetation and secluded camping dreams. Break the silence and savor the rich display that makes Navarro a coveted California secret.
Navarro Beach Campground
Ross: Stopped Campsites on top of one another,in a state of disrepair. Head north just past Ft....
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Classic Tent
Alyssa: We stayed 4 days at the New Mendocino Campground on the second weekend they opened for the season. ...
Jug Handle Creek Farm
Jay: Probably one of my favourite farms to camp at so far, JHCF had everything I needed. A nice campsite,...
Sherwood Camp
Ismael: We had the best week-end we could have possibly wished. Down into the most peaceful part of the woods,...
Old Homestead Camp
Francisco: It was a really great experience. The farm is beautiful and it’s a great set up with port a potty ...
A Coastal Farm Experience
Christina: Getting the chance to stay at Fortunate Farm for a night was a lovely experience. We were greeted with...
Wildcat Campground
Sasha: You can't go wrong here! Nearly every single campsite is spacious and flat, though we prefer the ones...
Bullfrog Pond Campground
Erin: Rustic campground with spacious sites and clean bathrooms. There a 3 categories of sites in the main...
Perseid's Meteor Shower Campout
Shailla: Watching the meteor shower at Mendocino Magic was such a great experience. Everything from pre-event...
Rolling Oak Woodlands & EcoFarm
Jeremy: Absolutely loved it! Lindsay, Keith and crew are the loveliest hosts, it's absolutely beautiful, and...
Russian Gulch Campground
Lori: Campsite #25 is the most private spot as it doesn't face any other spots and is bordered on both sides...
Glamping Tents, Vistas & Stars
Hannah: Ukiah is only three hours north of the Bay Area—it’s a nook of Northern California unlike any other....
Tent Camping or RV - Mendocino
Lisse: We loved our stay at RINC Ranch! The place is incredibly peaceful, with no neighbors in sight once you...
Tents on the River ~ Sites 1-4
Michael: Thanks Gabriella!!! Such a beautiful place along the river. Watch out for unicorns though. We stayed...
Three G Familia Farm
George: Not as advertised at all. 10+ other sites in very close proximity, port-o-pottys all over the place. ...
Van Damme Campground
Julian: A very underrated campground with upper and lower camp areas. There are brand new bathrooms/showers in...
Creekside Camp
Jarrett: This was a great getaway from the city! We really enjoyed the ranch and our campsite. The owners are...
Redwood Camp
Laura: This is a gem of a campsite. The road getting down to the valley could be rough, but walking in would...
Gerstle Cove Campground
Kiran: Love this campsite! If you go during the week it feels extra quiet and secluded. You can even hear sea...
MacKerricher Walk-in Campground
Madeline: We camped here last Thanksgiving in the rain and we still had an absolutely incredible time. Ocean...
Woodside Campground
Courtney: Nice space between sites. Good spots: 96 (one tent space only), 99, 101, 102, 103, 104, and 109....