The Redwoods Rv Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Redwoods Rv Resort Crescent City
Nice friendly gentleman who runs the park - very helpful and knowledgeable. We were there the end of September, so it was not full. Nice size pads, gravel, level, wi-fi and cable tv. Close to State and Federal Parks and Stout Grove is a must in your car only. Would definitely stay there again.
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(Day 152-154) Today we left Gold Beach where we were on the "jetty" facing the beach and hearing about severe winds and rain, and decided another day there wouldn't be quite so smart, so we headed south to try and out run the storm. We ended up at Redwoods RV Park and we were nestled in a small grove of Redwood Trees (please don't let the time for …
I drove through two trees today!! On purpose. We entered the Redwood forests of the Northern California coast, touring the Avenue of the Giants in all of its enormous and kitschy glory. Muir Woods is fantastic, but I was not prepared for the awesome magnitude of these forests.
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Cannon beach played home to the hideout of the Goonies Fartellis and the cave that led to Chester Copperpots gold. The ocean emerged rock, shaped the same as Chester Copperpots medallion that assisted in finding the cave that can be seen from the hills of Ecola park where we stood. As could the other beautiful sights cannon beach's coast has to offer. Far from picturesque Hawaiian clear blue ocean waters and soft sand beaches, the coast of the northwest has a different ...
... It is very nice, clean and extremely well kept. And as you can see has a very nice swimming pool. Always a plus. We say surprise since it is located on the Oakland estuary which is the Oakland waterfront. Which is were they load all the container ships. The estuary itself is not as wide as the 1000 foot long container ships moored along it's banks. On the way in we passed these mammoth ships and then we came upon marina after ...
... decided to find a hotel first. We stayed at the first one we drove into after Wayne renegotiated the price down and decided to head straight off in search of the Boardwalk made famous by the film. The lights were all on as we approached and Craig was now beyond ecstatic. However, as we pulled up in the car, all of the lights from the roller coaster went off. I thought Craig was going to stamp his feet there and then as this was the picture ...