Carlotta - Camping at Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park16949 Highway 36
Carlotta, California 95528
Located off of Highway 36, Grizzly Creek Campgound is a small campground but in a pretty incredible location. Surrounded by dense and beautiful redwood trees, its five miles of trails allow visitors to explore the beauty of the area.
Some of the campground's 28 sites sit along the Van Duzen River while others are under a canopy of redwood trees. In the Spring, Summer and Fall, reservations can be made and we highly suggest that you do so. Otherwise, they are on a first come, first served basis.
You can bring your dogs but they must be leashed and are not allowed on the trails. There is typically a host on site.
Contact the park for pricing and group camp options.
Located in the beautiful redwoods off of Highway 36, Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park offers convenience and fun. Activities include; nature walks, fishing, hiking, swimming, barbequeing and just general relaxation. You're also likely to see some wildlife while visiting the park.
How to get there:
From Highway 101, turn East on Highway 36. The park is 17 miles east on 36 and will be on your right.
Entry fee is $5 for day use. Be sure to visit the visitor center and museum while you're there. For more information, visit the Park's Website.
Other things to do in the area:
Van Duzen County Park is a few miles west on Highway 36. A trip through the incredible Avenue of the Giants is always an afternoon well spent. Stop by the Scotia Museum for a look at area history.
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