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Gualala River Redwood Park

Mendocino Coast + Clear Lake Area, California

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Gualala River Redwood Park

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  • Entrance to Gualala River Redwood Park.- Gualala River Redwood Park
  • Gualala River.- Gualala River Redwood Park
  • Beautiful redwood sign at the entrance to Gualala River Redwood Park.- Gualala River Redwood Park
  • Fish station at Gualala River Redwood Park.- Gualala River Redwood Park
  • The swimming hole at Gualala River Redwood Park.- Gualala River Redwood Park
  • Gualala River Redwood Park.- Gualala River Redwood Park
  • Facilities at Gualala River Redwood Park.- Gualala River Redwood Park
  • Laundry at Gualala River Redwood Park.- Gualala River Redwood Park
  • Trail marker at Gualala River Redwood Park.- Gualala River Redwood Park
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Wi-Fi and electericity to all sites. Great swimming holes. Old-growth redwoods. Great for families.
Cons: 
Lots of sites could be really busy.
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Region:
Mendocino Coast + Clear Lake Area, CA
Congestion: 
Moderate
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Camping fee: 
$42.00
Day-Use/Parking Pass Required:
General Day Use Fee ($5.00)
Picnic Tables: 
Yes
Dogs allowed: 
Yes
Current Local Weather:
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Today

Clear throughout the day.
62°F
50°

Fri

Clear throughout the day.
65°F
48°

Sat

Clear throughout the day.
69°F
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Sun

Clear throughout the day.
73°F
53°

Mon

Clear throughout the day.
76°F
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Tue

Partly cloudy overnight.
79°F
56°

Wed

Mostly cloudy until afternoon.
77°F
58°
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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A must for travelers in southern Mendocino County, Gualala River Redwood Park has a little something for everyone. A full list of amenities includes a camp store, showers, Wi-Fi, and electricity in in every site. Swimming holes and a lazy summer river make family time in camp a great option. There are large and small group campsites, playgrounds, and heaps of fascinating old-growth redwoods. This little bend in the river is exposed to the southern sky, which adds to the park's summer appeal. 

 The campground is under a canopy of incredible redwoods. Tall and robust, these trees have connected with the river valley watershed to grow to spectacular heights and are certainly one of the big attractions here. The campsites are large, though not exactly private. There are some nice little bonus features like a fish cleaning station, and the walking trails in the campground are also well worth the exploration. 

 

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