Offered near the campground.
Watch out for that tree! No, but really, as biking through these ancient groves may have you craning your neck and looking to t...Read more
Boating isn’t really a thing at this park, but that doesn’t mean you can’t explore these waterways! Grab your paddle and check ...Read more
How does a little catch-and-release in the shade of ancient redwoods sound? Yeah, we think it sounds pretty awesome too. Angler...Read more
Mist rise around your feet as you make your way through a tranquil grove, sun sifting gently through the trees as birds make co...Read more
So, this is actually one of the BEST places to horseback ride in California. Not only are the trails super horse friendly (many...Read more
Emerald waters that meander for 30 miles past looming redwoods and endless pine groves mark your point of entry here in Humbold...Read more
There is nothing more refreshing than taking a dip on a hot summer’s day, unless you happen to be doing it in an ice-cold swimm...Read more
The pace and levels of the river are based on recent melting and weather conditions, meaning that the river could either be sle...Read more
As you would assume, the proliferation of trees mean tons of birds, so keep your eye out for red tailed hawks, wild turkeys, ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Hamilton Barn Environmental Camp.
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Super secluded. Had the entire campground to ourselves. Not a popular spot for families, HUGE plus for us! Went in July. Warm days, cool nights. Sun-ripened blackberries everywhere! Even saw a bear eating apples in a tree (near campsite 5). Rec: Campsite 4.
Secluded and quiet campground, with just three sites total. #3 is nearest the parking area and composting pit toilet. #4 is also in the trees. #5 is furthest from the entrance and closest to the stream, but much smaller and wetter. Overall, if I camped here again, I'd pick #4. Keep in mind that you need to check in first at Albee Creek Campground kiosk to get the padlock number to open the gate to the access road, so don't show up too late in the day (or else you'll be locked out and unable to access the campsites, which are about a mile up and down a gravel road from the locked entrance gate, which is on the north side of the road, west of Albee Creek Campground and the Baxter Campground turn-off).
Really beautiful, private area with an easy, flat walk in. We chose site 4, but, next time, I think we'd go for site 3 as this was nearer the parking area, but still very private - set away down its own path. Site 5 - in the meadow - looked beautiful, but was a bit more of a shlep from the cars. The area really did feel remote - almost an hour's drive from the visitor centre (and wifi/ cell service, if that bothers you...), however, it was close to a lot of trails, and the old growth redwoods - a definite plus. We were there in mid-August and it was COLD at night (and wet, which we hadn't expected!) but warm in the day. Slightly more traffic noise than anticipated, from cars accessing trails, but otherwise peaceful.