Shelter Cove Campground and RV Park in Shelter Cove California is located on the “Lost Coast” of California. Providing full hookup RV, partial hookup RV and tent camping in an open setting on naturally irrigated soil (grass depends on recent moisture). Pull thru and backin sites on a slight grade with majestic views of the rugged Northern California Coastline. Sites have picnic tables and the office has a small store with supplies. There is a restaurant on site with tasty fried and specialty foods (popular for tourists coming to the area too).

    Access to this park is via the very windy and narrow two-lane road from the Benbow Area. Novice RV drivers or those not sure about their abilities should not try this route. There are numerous switchbacks, hairpins and steep elevation changes. Call ahead to local chambers of commerce or the park for current road conditions. Although big rigs can fit in the park you are, frankly, better off not taking a large coach or trailer out to this destination. The final decent is via a long and extremely steep decent.

    The Cape Mendocino Lighthouse, inactive, is located in a lot just across the road from the campground. There is a black sand beach located on the northern side of Shelter Cove. There is a boat launch located just across and down the slope from the park. The community is very very remote and primarily draws anglers, surfers and others looking to experience an incredibly remote beach experience. The RV park and campground is a place you come for the location, views and unique place to stay.

    the property is immediately adjacent to a small airport for private, non commercial planes. It is lightly used by single and dual prop planes that take off or land over the cliffs of the ocean.

    Webber Lake Campground in Sierraville California offers 45 primitive (no hookups) RV and tent camping sites adjacent to the shores of a fresh water lake. Recently opened to the public this facility provides access to a 5 mph max boating lake with boat ramp and world renown for fishing. Originally stocked in the 1800’s the land trust took over the property and maintains this setting. A 6 mile hiking trails meanders around the property through meadows. Advanced reservations are recommended.

    Sites have picnic tables and fire rings and are situated on packed . Up to a 50′ max RV the sites are situated in a wooded and shaded setting (note: The smaller the RV the better due to the forested setting and tight navigation).

    Portable toilets are currently in place while vault toilets and water service are being added. There is no dump station or water fill at the campground; come prepared. In addition the location is remote.

    Located off paved Jackson Meadows Road the short road to the campground and all of the interior campground roads are packed gravel. Overall a very unique location to camp.

    From the site: “And while few today are familiar with the campground, lake and adjoining Lacey Meadow, it was once a mainstay on the overland route to California during the Gold Rush. The last hotel along the historic Henness Pass wagon train route still stands on the property, one of the oldest standing buildings in Northern California dating back to 1860.”