FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

1: Do you have laundry, restrooms and showers?

Yes, the Restrooms and Showers are included in your site fee. Laundry requires quarters and averages $3.00 per wash and $2.00 per dry. We do have quarters for purchase.

2: What is your cancellation policy?

Two weeks or more prior to arrival date: $10.00
Less than two weeks: 50% of first night deposit
Less than 48 hours: 100% of deposit

3: Can we fish in the river?

Yes! The path is near the volleyball net and site #26. For information about seasons, type of fish, etc. contact Brown's Sporting Goods, (707) 923-2533, or the California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, (707) 445-6493
https://apps.wildlife.ca.gov/sportfishingregs/

4: Can we sleep in our car or put a tent up?

No tent or car camping is allowed.

5: What time is check-in and check-out?

Check-in for the cabins is 3 pm, for RVs it is 1 pm. Check out is 11am for everyone.

6: What is the longest amount of time we can stay?

The maximum stay for an RV sites and Cabins is 28 days. We do not have long term sites.

7: Do you sell propane?

The closest propane (removable tank only) is Redwood Garden Supply ΒΌ mile from the park. The next closest is Miranda.

8: Do you have Wi-Fi?

Yes.

9: What are your longest sites?

We have sites up to 110' feet long for Big Rigs.

10: How far in advance can we book?

We can accommodate reservations up to two years in advance. We recommend booking early to guarantee a site during the busy season (April-Oct) and Holidays.

11: When booking online, if I have one vehicle and an RV, do I count it as one or two?

The site price includes your RV (Type A,B,C and Trailers) and your towed or towing vehicle. The extra vehicle charge is applicable when you have two or more additional vehicles.

12: Where's the nearest gas/diesel/grocery/dump station?

The Miranda Market is 6 miles south of us on the Avenue of the Giants. It has gas and diesel, propane fill (removable canisters only), grocery, and dump station. There are 2 restaurants in Miranda also.

13: Do you allow use of your dump station/showers/river beach or other amenities for a fee?

We do not allow use of facilities, including the dump station, for non-guests.

14: Where are the tallest Redwood trees?

The tallest Redwood Trees are in the Redwood National Park and in the Humboldt Redwoods State Park which the Avenue of the Giants is part of. Stop by our office for a map of the State Park and a list of local hiking trails to see the trees.

15: How far are you from Highway 101/Avenue of the Giants?

We are one quarter mile from Highway 101 and the Avenue of the Giants.

16: Why doesn't my confirmation email have a site number?

Your reservation is for a site type, not a specific site. We do have the ability for guests to choose a specific site and lock it for a fee using the online interactive map.

17: What is the procedure for late check-ins?

After hours, your packet will be at the front door of the office, which is well lit after dark. Please stop to pick it up. A map with directions to your site, bathroom codes and wifi password will be inside. There is Direct TV at the power post. You will need a coaxial cable to connect.

18: What time does the gate close? Is there a code?

Our gate is currently open 24/7. It does not have a code or lock. If at some point the gate is closed, it can be pulled open to drive through and then reclosed.

19: Do you allow campfires?

We do allow contained campfires in the site fire ring when there are no seasonal Burn Bans in effect. Due to the risks and regulations involved with moving firewood, the State Department of Agriculture and the US Forest Service ask that you "buy it where you burn it". We do sell firewood. Fire season starts around August and at times they do ban fires all across Humboldt county. 

20: Can we swim?

We do have a swimming hole in our park, however, swimming is seasonal. Best times for swimming are during Spring and early Summer. Around August, sometimes we have algae alerts and it is not a safe time for swimming. During that time we wait for the rain to come to clear the river out.