Mendocino Campgrounds & RV Parks are dotted along the Mendocino Coastline and tucked into redwood forests. Many of the waterfront parks cater to sportsman, fisherman and boaters, with boat docks and fish cleaning stations. Imagine the adventure! ... Camping amongst giant redwoods, hiking fern lined trails and getting back to nature.
Fire evacuees with tents and RV's are welcomed at our State Parks (at reduced rates).
Campgrounds & RV Parks on the Mendocino Coast
Enjoy the Luxury Bed & Breakfast experience while "Glamping" in the redwoods above Mendocino Bay, with all the romance of the outdoors in this roomy tent with deck, comfy beds with crisp white linens and down comforters, and breakfast delivered in the morning.
Westport Beach RV Park
North of Fort Bragg, they offer 75 full hook-up sites for RV's, 60 tent sites, and group sites on a private beach. Campground amenities include children's play area, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, hot showers, campground store and laundromat.
...Come camp at the Beach!
Caspar Beach RV Park
Camping and RV park, located just 3.5 miles north of the village of Mendocino. Beach access, on-site grocery, dive and fishing gear and many other surprises. Nice variety of sites, from full hookups with TV and WiFi to tent camping across from the beach.
This State Park features 100 acres of virgin old-growth Redwood trees, family-friendly
swimming hole and the Navarro River runs through this park with camping and nature trails. Picnicking sites are located near the banks of the Navarro River in full view of Big Hendy Grove.
Manchester State Park Campground
760 acres of beach, sand dunes, and flat grasslands, with nearly 18,000 feet of ocean frontage. The beach line curves gently to form a "catch basin" for sea debris, which accounts for the volume of driftwood found here. Five miles of gentle, sandy beach stretches southward towards the Point Arena Lighthouse..
MacKerricher Campground - STATE PARK
FORT BRAGG/CLEONE, Popular with campers, hikers, joggers, equestrians and bicyclists. This park is best known for all the seals that live in this beautiful and varied habitat of sandy beaches, ocean bluffs, sand dunes and tide pools to forests and wetlands.
Van Damme Campground
These 1,831 acres of beach and forest feature beautiful campsites and a lush Fern Canyon scenic trail that takes you to the Pygmy Forest where mature cone-bearing cypress and pine trees stand six inches to eight feet tall..
Russian Gulch Campground
Featuring 1,162 acres with 7,630 feet of ocean frontage, with rugged headlands, beaches, tide pools and the Devil's Punch Bowl sea cave on one side and on the other side you'll find the heavily forested Russian Gulch Creek Canyon and the 36-foot high waterfall and beautiful campsites.
Mendocino Woodlands Campground
The park sits in the heart of the redwood forest, nine miles east of Mendocino. With its 200 buildings, originally located on 5,000 acres, were built by hand in the late 1930's, by unemployed skilled workers of the Federal Works Progress Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps.