Mad River Rapids RV Park

Address: 3501 Janes Rd, Arcata, California, 95521-4529, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 3501 Janes Rd, Arcata, is near Arcata Community Forest, Clam Beach County Park, Los Bagels, and Humboldt State University Natural History Museum.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Arcata

        Redwood National and State Parks (Completed)

        A travel blog entry by jaysfrontier on Aug 17, 2015

        2 comments, 64 photos

        ... areas. Although there have been occasional rain here and there, the fire danger remained high that 'no campfire' mandates were in effect region-wide.

        It rained my final two days at GNP and with the Arizona heat having thinned out my blood, I got cold rather easily. This was not my first rodeo so I brought along with me proper layering in anticipation of the cold and rain. However, it seemed no amount of layering was enough once I ...

        Fake tales of San Francisco...

        A travel blog entry by skaiiskaiiskaii on Aug 11, 2015

        21 photos

        ... neck ache watching it. On the front door, which, is literally a door (you have to come upstairs to the reception box), there is a bell they you ring when you're outside to alert the receptionist that you want to be let in: we are in perfect earshot of said bell that rings quite regularly. BUT, one benefit is that we have a little sink (that doesn't drain) and a fridge (that we have yet to use) and there seems to be bus stops right outside (no ...

        Cal-li-for-nia Here We Come

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

        2 comments, 48 photos

        ... the Pacific Ocean – right there! It was amazing as we rode along to have the forest on one side and the ocean on the other. The redwoods grow in this area because of the fog. The elements are just right for these huge trees to thrive. They soak up moisture from the fog and can even cause rain on the lower branches and ground below. Pictures don't do them justice but we took them anyway! And we will take this same highway out of California ...


        A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 10, 2014

        ... writing these two blogs with a very negative tone which I really shouldn’t as it hasn’t been awful or anything I guess it just hasn’t matched our expectations.

        The end of the two days on the Oregan were quite nicely compounded when we arrived in Eureka and had to find a hotel/motel which took a bit longer than yesterday but we found quite a nice Econolodge. The weather here is horrible with a fog/grey everywhere around this really depressing town. When I got ...

        Its all about SEALS !!!

        A travel blog entry by griesenj on May 20, 2014

        25 photos

        ... to walk toward the seals.
        We walked about a mile across the beach over ocean and sand polished rocks and soft sand then harder sand that had been compressed by the weight of the water and wave action. Bright green sea algae littered the beach and hung on to anything like driftwood or large rocks. On our left, across the Mad River were a large collection of Harbor Seals basking in the warm late morning sun. ...