Mad River Rapids RV Park

Address: 3501 Janes Road, Arcata, California, 95521, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 3501 Janes Road, Arcata, is near Arcata Community Forest, Clam Beach County Park, Los Bagels, and Humboldt State University Natural History Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Arcata

    Cal-li-for-nia Here We Come

    A travel blog entry by ingram.mho1 on Jul 27, 2015

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... which made it easier to get around. It was a neat experience for Jim and me.

    Later in the afternoon we went to a park in a little town called McKinleyville to hear a cover band that Emilie’s brother, Alex was playing in. Well look out, there were more hippies everywhere! The band played “Grateful Dead” music (which Blake told me). This was another new experience for us so we enjoyed it and Alex and the second ...

    28MR15 Saturday evening around 10pm

    A travel blog entry by whiteraven on Mar 28, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... the Comfort Inn in Fortuna. Along the way we saw a cool Old Money mens club Victorian Style and took some pics and chatted with a friendly old man there. Tomorrow we head out to Ferndale and The Lost Coast road, an obscure driving route of small roads (many cannabis growers out there), that hug the coast and backcountry, no towns about 4 hours long. Not sure were we will be tomorrow night yet! This trip just keeps getting ...

    Sea stacks, Tide Pools, and more Tall Trees

    A travel blog entry by susunk on Oct 07, 2014

    60 photos

    ... and would be a good place to figure out a plan of attack had we needed to at that point.

    We had heard there were Roosevelt Elk in the area so were on the lookout and found the main herd at the appropriately named Elk County campground where they had taken over. Roosevelt Elk are the largest elk and are rare, so it was exciting to see so many together.

    We were ...

    Pacific Ocean and Redwoods

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 17, 2014

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... redwoods and then with logging I guess we were lucky they put the area under the Park protection so we can see these giants. Also this is the 50th anniversary for a deadly tsunami that hit Crescent City from an earthquake in Alaska. In Alaska many towns were lost along with lives then the waves made it to CA in 4 hours and the fourth wave produced a 21 foot wave of debris.

    We need to get ready for the trek across CA tomorrow heading to ...

    From Low to High, Wet to Dry

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Nov 20, 2013

    22 photos

    ... hours, we had not only made it to the edge of Yosemite Park but had climbed from sea level to about 8,000 feet. We had left Vegas in t-shirts with a temperature of around 24C. Now in the small town of Lee Vining, there were patches of snow on the ground and in the diner there was a chalk board with of all the mountain roads - called passes - and whether they were open or closed.

    A point of conjecture with me is the pronunciation ...