This is the best park to stay at for big rigs in the Fort Bragg area. The spaces are private, long, and plenty wide enough. There is a nice grassy area where pets are allowed. Fire pits and tables are at each site. The location is right in town but feels like you're in the woods. We will stay here again.
Wish we had read the reviews before staying here. There are very few spaces open for short stays and they are tight and hard to negotiate. Many cars are parked in front of trailers making the road narrow and the turns are not very wide. The back part of the park is in extremely bad shape. The office staff was very friendly but this park costs way too much for they type of park this is. Good Sam needs to re-rate this park as it does not come up to their standards.
The location is the best thing about this park. It is right along the ocean and you can hear the waves crashing. The sites are narrow and just gravel and dirt. The camp host was very helpful. We would stay here again because we loved being so close to the water.
This is a nice little park right along Highway 101. It seems to be fairly new. The trees are still small but there is lots of lush green grass between each site. Spaces are very long and most are pull-throughs. We would stay here again.
This was a nice park with grass and shade at most of the sites. Negotiating the roads through the park could be challenging because two of them had dead ends you couldn't go through if the sites at the ends were occupied. The staff were friendly and you were allowed to walk your pets on the grass so long as you cleaned up after them. I would stay in this park again.
This is about your only option for Monument Valley, and it's fine for a day or two. The sites are fairly close together, and the roads are a little tight; however big rigs seemed to manage fine. The grounds are kept fairly nice, but there's no grass at the sites, just red dirt. The free museum at the lodge is a must see. I would stay here again.
This is a really nice place to stay if you want to get away from it all. It's a mile off the highway on a private ranch with a private reservoir you can fish in for free. The views are lovely and there are several large grassy areas where dogs are allowed. There's even a volleyball net and horseshoe pits. The sites are gravel but most have great shade. I would stay here again.
This is a small park, not a lot of sites, but the views of the lake can't be beat. The sites are paved and all fairly long. There is no grass, just a lot of weeds and stickers. We've stayed here many times and always enjoy it, but it's getting hard to get into without reservations well in advance.
This is a nice park with lots of grass. The sites at the back part of the park are a nice size with plenty of grass. Some of the sites in the first few rows are pretty narrow. We were assigned a very narrow site at first and asked if we could be moved to a site further back and they were very accommodating. The pet area is a HUGE grassy area the size of a football field and was great. We would stay here again.
This park looks nice on the surface but the attitudes of the staff made us downgrade the rating. When checking in the clerk emphatically highlighted in orange a separate restrictions page before handing our paperwork to us. They don't allow pets anywhere on the grass and you cannot even have a portable pen set up outside your trailer on the concrete. We were yelled at by a staff person for briefly being on the grass with our pets while walking over to our site. However we watched permanent residents take their dogs onto the grass to do their business several times. There seems to be a double standard here between the permanents and those traveling through. I would not stay here again.