Offered near the campground.
Navarro is popular with anglers in the late winter and spring and during the months that fishing is allowed, Steelhead fishing ...Read more
Navarro River Redwoods State Park provides the opportunity for quiet-seeking canoers and kayakers to paddle the river and oce...Read more
After laying in the sand at Navarro Beach, give your ocean kissed fingers some exercise with easy to moderate climbs (good ch...Read more
If you daydream all winter about varying bodies of water in which you could build mermaid villages, then you’ll be satiated by ...Read more
Choppier currents await you, 26 miles of them actually, suitable for rafting and kayaking upstream of Rancheria Creek. Check ou...Read more
Wildlife at Navarro takes shape on fin, foot and wing. If you’re not looking for the splash of steelhead as you cast a wayward...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Navarro Beach Campground.
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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.
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.
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.