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After losing GPS signal, somewhere on the Avenue of Giants, and getting lost, we rolled in to Hidden Springs around 4pm.
Our tent spot was number 77 - pretty much the last site on the trail & away from the main road. It very VERY...More
We spent two nights at this campground and loved it! It is on a hill, a mile south of the Myers Flat exit off Hwy 101. Site #66 is very private and short walk down to showers/toilets...across from water picket...spots for tents on each side...More
I camped here for only one night, but I can't wait to come back! The campground is in the heart of the Humboldt State Park Redwood Forest's "Avenue of the Giants" and is absolutely beautiful. Most of the campsites I saw were large and secluded,...More
We stopped here on a Saturday night in July with no reservations hoping to get a tent site. We had no problem getting a very private site large enough for 2 tents. The tent sites all have a fire pit and picnic table and a...More
This is one of my favorite campgrounds in the redwoods, and my first experience here was when I was 15. I also used to take my children here when they were young. We used to go tent camping, and the camp sites are very private,...More
How do I make a reservation for this campground? I can't find it on Reserve America and I will be camping 2 weeks before Memorial Weekend. And it says: "Reservations cannot be made at the park" from their website.
Does anyone have any tips? Do I have to make a reservation?
27 March 2016|
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We had the same problem, but if you look closely at the bottom of the page that lists campsites (starts with Albee), you see that you can press "next". Problem is - there a LOT of campsites and it only adds 25 each time you... More
We had the same problem, but if you look closely at the bottom of the page that lists campsites (starts with Albee), you see that you can press "next". Problem is - there a LOT of campsites and it only adds 25 each time you "fast forward". Eventually, you will come to Hidden Springs. Good luck, it is not a user-friendly website
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"#77 - lots of space & isn't too close to other sites. Walk from bathroom/amphitheatre is uphill..."