I wish we could have stayed here longer. I’m writing this review long after we stayed, and I can’t remember if we only stayed one night because we were in a rush to get somewhere else, or because it was all booked up — I think it it was Full (in Fall!). And for a reason— it’s a really beautiful park. The claim to fame, Silver Falls, a very tall but thin waterful that you can hike behind is a real treat.
We met up with my parents on one of their camping trips up the coast at this National Forest Campground. It was a wonderful place to stay. Private, wooded sites. Ours backed up to a meadow with no one across from us, and trees all around. The sites were paved and level, and it’s important to note that, though the website says “electric hookups are for small appliances only”, it’s standard 30amp hookups. Lots of trails and some lovely short hikes through the woods, and over the dunes to the ocean. We would definitely stay here again.
A lovely, wooded county park on the edge of a river. Not only does this campground have full hook-ups, but they also have WiFi (that works)! Pretty good for a county park. We would definitely stay here again if we’re in the area. There’s an off leash dog park adjacent to the campground.
We stayed here on our very first shakedown trip for the Airstream. The original intention was to stay for four nights, but circumstances kept us there another night, and the hosts were very accommodating. For an “RV Park”, Olema Ranch has a decent amount of atmosphere— certainly not “parking-lot-like”. Though right next to Highway 1, it’s surrounded by trees, and the spots near the back are sheltered from the road noise. Aside from the row of spots made for mobile mansions near the front, the rest of the spots are arranges around circles. There isn’t much privacy between spaces, but …read more »