Manchester Beach KOA

Address: 44300 Kinney Road, Manchester, California, 95459, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 44300 Kinney Road, Manchester, is near Point Arena Lighthouse & Museum and Manchester Beach.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsManchester Beach KOA

    Reviewed by chrisleslie

    Our first KOA\Camping Experience

    Reviewed Jul 13, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Very friendly staff who didn't mind my numerous camping newbie questions. Clean facilities. Saturday night being Karaoke night was an added bonus.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by kjer_rasmussen


    Reviewed Jun 12, 2012
    by (13 reviews) Copenhagen Region , Denmark Flag of Denmark

    Som overskriften hentyder, var det rent faktisk muligt at campere midt på stranden i telt, hvilket også fortæller lidt om, hvor tæt motorhome pladserne var på selv samme. Fantastisk beliggenhed, fåes næppe meget bedre og kan varmt anbefales. Fantastisk solnedgang. Pladsens faciliteter virker dog noget slidte, men beliggenheden vinder klart over denne mangel.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Manchester Beach KOA

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Manchester

    Behind Schedule !!!

    A travel blog entry by davey1212 on Jul 21, 2013

    38 photos

    ... it but I realised it too late. Then a third bike arrived so I flagged him down and I asked if he was with the others..."Yes" he said. Is one of them a Brit ?...."No, but I am. We swapped bikes". Didn't get his name but he has just completed the TAT (Trans American Trail) , all off road.Closer to the coast the mist/fog thickened and it became much colder. The scenery, though, was stunning and I followed ...

    Coastal Road

    A travel blog entry by pertunia22 on Jun 01, 2013

    5 photos

    ... problem, haha massive hill very pleased i have been walking the Withers otherwise I think it would have killed me lol. So up we hiked as we got to the summit there was the Cable Car so we just jumped on, it was just starting to move as I got on but Stephen was a bit slow and it was well and truly moving by the time he made it, was great got to hang onto the side bit and go down this massive hill lotsa fun. Not sure why ...

    Today we accidentally drove through a tree!

    A travel blog entry by matthew-harvey on May 21, 2011

    33 photos

    ... In the midst of finding our way back, we accidentally drove through a tree. The tree involved is called the Chandelier tree and is a redwood that has been disfigured by having a hole tunneled through it! Somehow it is still alive though and looked otherwise healthy. We didn't plan on driving through it but took a wrong turn down a one-way road so thought we might as well. How often do you drive through a tree? After we got through, a woman said "you didn't ...

    Flora, Fauna, and even Merry Weather

    A travel blog entry by trapp1700 on May 23, 2009

    ... really steep drop offs, and rarely a guard rail. Not a problem for me normally, but when tired....? And fearing more of the road might be that way? We decided to change the trip a bit. Instead of going all the way in to Redding, we'd stop for the night at the first place we could find. Since we made that decision, when I saw the "world famous drive through tree" in Leggit, I had to pull in just for the fun of it. And fun, we ...

    MJ buys a new hat and we see more redwoods

    A travel blog entry by marty_chrissie on Jun 21, 2007

    8 photos

    ... on the hover-bikes thru the trees. After a Subway (which wasn't that good as we had the special and it turned out being a spam-type ham) we took the road back to the coast and wow...was it a windy ( as in clock, not yacht) road or wot. The sign at the beginning said no services and "windy road" for 22 miles. It climbs for 8 miles and then goes down for 8 miles - absolutely exhausting as it's all switch-back ...