This Might Just Be The Most Beautiful Campground In All Of Northern California
By Jill S.|Published June 30, 2017
Jill is a freelance writer from a small Northern California town and lives in the Sierra Nevada mountains. If you have an idea for an Only In Northern California story, email her at email@example.com.
It’s so hard to pick the most beautiful place in Northern California where you can sleep outside overnight because there are so many outstanding contenders. We think the Mattole Campground in the Kings Range National Conservation Area hit’s the nail on the head, however. Misty redwood forests, the sound of waves crashing, and 360 degree views all make this a pretty stellar camping area.
To find the Mattole Campground at the north end of King Range at the beach, take U.S. 101 and the Garberville, South Fork/Honeydew, or Ferndale exits. Follow signs toward Petrolia, turn on Lighthouse Road toward ocean.
For more information, visit them online or call (707) 986-5400.
Have you ever camped in the Mattole Campground in Northern California? How likely are you to go after reading this? We’d love to hear what you think!
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