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Parks & Campgrounds in Humboldt County, CA

 

Campground Reservations
National Parks and Forests         877-444-6777 – www.recreation.gov
State Parks           800-444-7275      www.reserveamerica.com

Six Rivers National Forest Headquarters
1300 Bayshore Way, Eureka, CA  95504       707-442-1721
www.fs.fed.us/r5/sixrivers

Lower Trinity Ranger District
Willow Creek, CA  95573      530-629-2118

Boise Creek Campground
2 miles West of Willow Creek, Hwy 299

East Fork Campground
7 miles West of Willow Creek, Hwy 299

Mad River Ranger District
25 miles East of Bridgeville, Hwy 36, Mad River, CA  95552    707-574-6233

Mad River Campground
6.5 miles South East of Mad River Ranger Station on Hwy 36 via Ruth Road

Bailey Canyon Campground
13 miles South East of Mad River off Hwy 36 on Lower Mad River Road

Fir Cove Campground
Single and Group Campsites, 3 miles South of Ruth Dam on Ruth Lake

Orleans Ranger District
38 miles North West of Willow Creek off State Route 96
PO Box 410, Orleans, CA  95556                  530-627-3291

Aikens Creek West
5 miles North East of Weitchpec off State Route 96

Crystal Springs – Group Campground
E-Ne-Nuck Campground
9 miles South West of Orleans

Fish Lake Campground
17 miles South West of Orleans off State Route 96

Pearch Creek Campground
1 mile North East of Orleans, Hwy 96 on the Klamath River

Shasta-Trinity National Forest Headquarters
2400 Washington Avenue, Redding, CA  96601                     530-226-2500

Big Bar Ranger District
Big Bar, CA  96010                            530-623-6106

Big Bar Campground
30 miles East of Willow Creek, Hwy 299

Burnt Ranch Campground
15 miles East of Willow Creek, Hwy 299

Hayden Flat Campground
10 miles West of Big Bar, Hwy 299

Hobo Gulch Campground
35 miles North of Helena on Hobo Gulch Road off East Fork Road off Hwy 299

Pigeon Point Campground
15 miles West of Weaverville, Hwy 299

Skunk Point Campground
2 miles East of Big Bar, Hwy 299

Weaverville Ranger District
210 Main Street, Weaverville, CA  96093                                   530-623-2121
Concessionaire  707-286-2666

Ackerman, Cooper Gulch, Mary Smith, Tunnel Rock
22 miles East of Weaverville, 8 miles North of Lewiston on Lewiston Lake

Alpine View, Clark Springs, Hayward Flat, Minersville, Stoney Creek,
Stoney Point, and Tannery Gulch Campgrounds
Hwy 3, on Trinity Lake

Bushytail, Fawn, Stoney Creek – group campgrounds
Hwy 3, on Trinity Lake

Captains Point, Mariners Roost, Ridgeville, Ridgeville Island
– boat access campgrounds – Hwy 3, on Trinity Lake

Jackass Springs
54 miles from Weaverville, East of Trinity Lake

Preacher Meadow
29 mi. N. of Weaverville on Hwy 3, 2 mi. S. of Trinity Center near Trinity Lake

Bureau of Land Management Parks & Campgrounds
US Dept of the Interior
1695 Heindon Road, Arcata, CA  95521                                    707-825-2300
Call for facilities, availability and fees.

King Range National Conservation Area
Off Hwy 101, 16.5 West of Garberville on Briceland/Shelter Cove Road.
Several campgrounds and day-use only parks.

Black Sands Beach
In Shelter Cove, access to Lost Coast Trailhead

Honeydew Campground
2 miles from Honeydew on Wilder Ridge Road

Horse Mountain & Tolkan Campgrounds
28 miles from Redway on Kings Peak (Horse Mountain)

Mal Combs Park
In Shelter Cove – Picnic facilities, beach access.

Mattole Campground
Off Lighthouse Road, in Petrolia

Nadelos & Wailaki Campgrounds
23 miles from Redway on Chemise Mountain Road –
group camping available at Nadelos

Lost Coast Headlands
4 miles West of Ferndale on Centerville Road – day use, no fees

Samoa Dunes Recreation Area
On southernmost end of Humboldt Bay’s north spit, Hwy 101 to Samoa Bridge (Hwy 255), 4.5 miles South on  New Navy Base Road.  Day use, no fees.  Popular off-highway vehicle use area.
Redding Field Office
355 Hemsted Drive, Redding, CA  96002                                             530-224-2100

Douglas City Campground
7 miles South East of Weaverville on Hwy 3, ¼ mile off Hwy 299

Junction City Campground
7 miles West of Weaverville, Hwy 299

Steelbridge Campground
10 miles South East of Weaverville, Hwy 299

Steiner Flat Campground
Along Trinity River on Steiner Flat Road, past Douglas City Campground

Redwood National and State Parks
1111 2nd Street, Crescent City, CA  95531                         707-464-6101
www.nps.gov/redw/

Freshwater Lagoon Split Overnight Use Area
1 mile South of Orick, along West side of Hwy 101and adjacent to the
Pacific Ocean, no reservations.

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park                   707-465-7354
50 miles North of Eureka, Norton B. Drury Parkway off Hwy 101

Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center                     707-465-7765
Talks and walks during summer, exhibits, gift shop, picnic area,
along Hwy 101 just South of Orick.

California State Parks – North Coast Redwood District
3431 Fort Avenue, Eureka, CA  95503                                                  707-445-6547
www.parks.ca.gov
Unless otherwise noted, state parks offer camping and a variety of recreation.
Campgrounds can be reserved by calling 800-444-7275 or visiting our website at www.reserveamerica.com

Azalea State Reserve            707-445-6547
Day use, 2 miles North of Arcata off Hwy 101 on North Bank Road

Benbow Lake State Recreation Area
707-923-3238 summer                        707-247-3318 winter
2 miles South of Garberville on Hwy 101

Fort Humboldt State Historic Park                   707-445-6567
3431 Fort Street, East on Highland Avenue, 1 block off Hwy 101, Eureka

Harry A. Merlo State Recreation Area              707-488-2169
32 miles North of Eureka on Hwy 101, adjacent to Humboldt Lagoons SP

Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park                 707-777-3683
18 miles South East of Fortuna on Hwy 36

Humboldt Lagoons State Park
Environmental camping is first come, first served, contact the park information,
40 miles North of Eureka on Hwy 101

Humboldt Redwoods State Park                        707-946-2409
Avenue of the Giants, 20 miles North of Garberville

Little River State Beach                       707-488-2041
5 miles North of McKinleyville on Hwy 101

Patrick’s Point State Park                   707-677-3570
6 miles North of Trinidad off Hwy 101

Richardson Grove State Park             707-247-3318
7 miles South of Garberville on Hwy 101

Sinkyone Wilderness State Park                   707-986-7711
36 miles South West of Redway on Briceland Road off Hwy 101

Trinidad State Beach           707-677-3570
In Trinidad, day use

Humboldt County Parks       
County Parks Division – Public Works                             707-445-7651
www.co.humboldt.ca.us
Campgrounds are on a first come, first served basis, some are day-use only.
Call for fees.

A.W. Way County Park
Near Honeydew, Mattole Road, 22 miles North of Garberville

Big Lagoon County Park
7 miles North of Trinidad.  Campgrounds and boating.

Centerville Beach County Park
5 miles West of Ferndale, day use

Clam Beach County Park
7 miles North of Arcata near McKinleyville

Fields Landing Boat Ramp County Park
5 miles South of Eureka, exit Hwy 101 at Fields Landing, day use

Freshwater County Park
7 miles East of Eureka on Freshwater Road, day use.

Luffenholtz County Park
2 miles South of Trinidad on Scenic Drive, day use.

Mad River County Park & Boat Ramp
5 miles North West of Arcata, Giuntoli exit off Hwy 101

Samoa Boat Ramp County Park
6 miles West of Eureka on Hwy 255

Swimmers Delight & Pamplin Grove
On the Van Duzen River, 12 miles East of Hwy 101 on Hwy 36

Toby County Park
2 miles South West of Garberville on Sprowel Creek Road.  Picnic areas,
9 hole disc golf course.

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