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Yongkie

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Hi folks,

Any recommendations for RV Parks for Crescent City all the way down to Fort Bragg? DW needs clean bathrooms since we only have class B, we depends on the RV Parks showers. We are exploring the redwoods trees and I want to ride the Skunk train.

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If you want a really neat place for a night or two the Willits KOA is excellent. In Ft. Bragg Pomo RV park is nice. If you want a beautiful place on the beach go 17 miles North of Ft. Bragg to the Wages Creek KOA.


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The Benbow RV park at Garberville right off 101 is nice.
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Riverwalk RV Park is a nice spot in Fortuna. It's a good spot to stop and visit the Redwoods, Ferndale, and the Lost Coast that are within 20-30 minutes. There is also a nice microbrewery next door!

I second Benbow further south. There are lots of state parks, but few have hookups and many only allow smaller rigs.

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dupreet wrote:

Riverwalk RV Park is a nice spot in Fortuna. It's a good spot to stop and visit the Redwoods, Ferndale, and the Lost Coast that are within 20-30 minutes. There is also a nice microbrewery next door!

I second Benbow further south. There are lots of state parks, but few have hookups and many only allow smaller rigs.

Enjoy!

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Riverwalk is nice - and not far from the Redwoods ... KOA's are clean too

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McKerriker state park is 3 miles north of Fort Bragg. Nice campground with beach acces and lots of seals. We went on the Sunk train and it is lots of fun. Check this park out you will like it.

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YC 1 wrote:

If you want a really neat place for a night or two the Willits KOA is excellent. In Ft. Bragg Pomo RV park is nice. If you want a beautiful place on the beach go 17 miles North of Ft. Bragg to the Wages Creek KOA.
The skunk train will pick you up at KOA in Willits and you can buy your tickets in the kamp store


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Thank you all for the recommendations, there are three RV Parks in Crescent City? Which one would you pick?

Sunset Harbor RV Park, Shoreline RV Park or Bayside RV Park?

As always, many thanks in advance

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Garberville or Benbow will be right before you turn off towards Fort Bragg.
i'd recommend there since driving Highway 1, between Leggett and FB, is not for the faint-of-heart and will be stressful, even with a Class B.

also, lots of RV resorts in the Klamath River area.


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Yongkie wrote:

Thank you all for the recommendations, there are three RV Parks in Crescent City? Which one would you pick?

Sunset Harbor RV Park, Shoreline RV Park or Bayside RV Park?

As always, many thanks in advance


We've stayed at the Redwoods RV Park just north of Crescent City (next to Fort Dick).

Very clean bathrooms, very quiet, and right in the middle of a stand of trees.


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