A huge Thousand Trails park that has lots to offer. We did walk around or ride bikes, but I would recommend using the car since may items are far apart. The Pool was closed when we were there, but the lake swimming area entertained the kids for some time. If you go to this park take you fishing equipment for the private lake, but leave the fire stuff at home, since no wood fires are allowed. Also take what you need since the nearest town is several miles away. Also if you want TV, be sure to select one of the upper sites, since TV / Satellite reception is not possible on the lower sites. We will be back if in the area for a longer stay!
Great location for exploring the Redwoods and surrounding area. The Park is flat and level sites and also include a concrete patio. Some sites also include patio furniture. The older 3" sewer connection does require an older connection, which is available at the store. I would have given this site a 10, but the internet connection did not work until I contacted the office for a router reset, then within about 30 minutes I could connect. I will be back when in the area!
A large KOA with all of the frills. We have camped here before and will probably return. It is however a campground for family's and those camping with kids. The restrooms are generally clean and the staff works hard to keep them clean. The price is a little high and they now have a very unfriendly $10 per day per person visit fee. Some sites will not work for units with push-outs due to trees.
This is an older KOA, but still a good overnight location near the freeway. Not a lot of frills like some KOA locations but the pool was open, no hot tub!. The space was off level, but shaded and clean. The restrooms could use a little work. The Wifi worked very well and there are lots of cable channels.