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The only place in Redwood National and State Parks where you can actually camp among old-growth redwoods.
Bigger sites make this campground feel less crowded, but you have to get in your car and drive to go anywhere.
A pleasant, woodsy campground conveniently located near some great redwood trails.
A popular campground next to a huge, deserted beach.
Try this park if the campgrounds in Redwood National and State Parks are full. It’s a 15-minute drive away and it has three nice, large campgrounds.
A cheap place to stay in the redwoods that usually has spots available.
A small, densely packed campground about a 15-minute drive south of Redwood National Park.
A small campground in a thin strip of second-growth redwoods between a road and the Smith River.
This isn’t actually a campground, but in the Six Rivers National Forest, you can camp anywhere that’s away from a road, trail, developed area, creek, or meadow. Tent camping only.
Actually a backpacking campground, but a lot of non-backpackers use it because it’s only a five-minute walk from the parking lot.
A nice RV-centric campground in Oregon, a 40-minute drive from Redwood National and State Parks and next to the northernmost redwood grove.