GoCampingAmerica.com | Posted November
3rd, 2014


California Camping Guides: North Coast


Happy Camper Blog



North Coast is synonymous with lush forests, great hikes, and beautiful
coastal views. This region has some of the best camping in California, so
give yourself time to explore.

Foggy Forest (Redwood National Park, https://www.flickr.com/photos/grantloy/)

River Rapids RV Park

Unanimously agreed as one
of the best RV parks in Northern California, Mad River Rapids RV Park offers
wonderful amenities, clean facilities, and a stunning location.


This campground is found
inside Redwood County, close to the beautiful coastline. The area has some
fantastic golf courses, fishing rivers, and forests to


River offers numerous amenities to make your camping experience as
comfortable as possible.

  • Full Hookup RV
    Pull-Throughs: Enjoy in the comfort of your RV with full hookups provided.
  • Free
    Wi-Fi: Mad River provides complimentary wifi at every
  • Heated Pool and Spa: Relax with friends or family
  • Games Available: Play ping-pong, billiards,
    horseshoes, and half-court basketball.
  • Video Arcade: Let
    the kids relax inside this modern arcade room.


Mad River RV Park
only accommodates RV campers. The nightly rate is $38, and $440 per month.
This rate is for two persons per site, additional people with up to six
guests will be charged an additional $3 per day, $20 per week, and $40 per

The Lost Coast (California’s Lost Coast, https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrubhiker/)

Pomo RV Park
& Campground

Enjoy 17 acres of beautiful
wooded campground at Pomo RV Park & Campground. This is another
campsite that people love to visit thanks to its beautiful location and great


Pomo Campground is
located in Fort Bragg. Enjoy the sights of the MacKerricher State Park, check
out the famous Mendocino County Botanical Gardens, and explore the iconic
Glass Beach.


This campground
provides you with all the amenities you will need to have a pleasurable stay
alongside the beautiful California

  • Convenience Store: Grab any
    last-minute supplies here.
  • Firewood Available: Pomo
    campground provides you with firewood.
  • Complimentary
    WiFi: Enjoy free WiFi during your stay here.
  • Picnic Area:
    Enjoy some family and friend time here at the picnic
  • Restroom/Showers: Take a hot shower after a long
    day of hiking. Available 24/7.


offers different options for both tent and RV

  • RV Sites: Full hookup sites run for $47 a
    night, power/water with cable costs $45 a night.
  • Tent Sites:
    Two people per site. Rates start at $30 a night. An extra child will cost $5
    more a night, an extra adult will cost an additional $15 a

Visit http://www.pomorv.com/index.html
for more information.