Right on the ocean behind dunes, 8$ per night, firerings, tables. At the end of the Lighthouse Road.
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Not great views cause ur p much surrounded by dunes and fog. Parking lot vibes. Circle dirt lot, one after another. No privacy. Yes the camp host also keeps that generator going outside their storage contain home(?) wouuuld not stay again, although the river to the beach was very pretty. I didn’t walk all the way out to the beach. Also big crazy fly bugs hhahahaReport Check-In
Lovely. Drive in from north side was fine. No cell whatsoever. Starlink works well. $8 per day still.Report Check-In
Believe it or not there really is an established campground down these roads haha! When we pulled up there were many tents and rigs of travelers and coastal hikers. $8 payment to a drop box just to keep the place looking beautiful.Report Check-In
Visited mid-week and the campground was only half full. Met a pleasant family the next morning. It is hard to get back here, but it is worth it to get away.Report Check-In
Second time at this great site. Generally pretty quiet here and the road getting in isn’t badReport Check-In
Spent 2 nights. Park half full. Windy at times. May have seen 2 sea otters at
Mouth of lagoon. Fire wood on beach. Keep in mind this is also a trailhead for a well used coastal trail. I have a vw westy. Good site for me. Road is what I would call very interesting.
This is a very nice location and we mostly enjoyed our two nights here. There are cool beaches, hikes and views all around. We got lucky and found a spot in the mostly full campground when we pulled in on a Sunday night in March. Wonderful sounds of surf all night! On the down side: There were three large RV's that seemed to have long-term residents who may be working in the area. Multiple dogs were roaming the campground freely and our first night folks talked loudly and ran generators till 10:45pm. Others ran generators at 4:30 am. As it's a BLM campground, it seems a bit lawless. Never saw an authority or camp host. Bathrooms were a bit dirty, but did have some TP. No water or cell service here. A mixed bag in a great spot.Report Check-In
Great camping if you’re really a camper...no hook ups for RVs! $8 cash only for great sites on the Lost Coast trail head. Only 15 sites so it probably fills up. We got there early in the day from Shelter Cove, a 2-2.5 hour drive. There is no water and decent drop toilets. Can’t beat the price or location.Report Check-In
Came here just to park and do a day hike on lost coast to the lighthouse and back. Road is gravel in most sections but pretty manicured. Able to park at the trailhead with no issues and no charge. Water is cut off at the trail head.Report Check-In
arrived on a Tuesday evening around 5:30 PM and campground was maybe have full. we took site 8, which in my opinion is the best site. beautiful views and not a lot of people. Well worth the $8 a night!Report Check-In
Road extremely poor to access (3 miles rough gravel, large area washed away!) but managed it in a 2wd van. Campsite still $8 a night but was full when we arrived. Trail heads and beach access from this area. Pit toilets for the campsite in the parking lot. None of the sites are shaded but all have fire rings and picnic tables. No water available.Report Check-In
Beautifully located at the beach and close to a lagoon with plenty of waterfowl. Excellent value at $8 per site.Report Check-In