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Gualala River Redwood Park - Gualala, CA - RV Parks

Welcome to Gualala River 
Relax amidst the cool magnificent Redwoods,  explore miles of beaches, walk your pets along the river, or float lazily one mile down the Gualala River to the sea.
Free Camping Offer
Become a Wagon Master 10 or more sites get one on us for the length of your groups stay!
A wagon master, is one person who volunteers to organize their groups camping trip. Essentially, you are the leader of your group. In order to be a wagon master, you must have 10 or more sites. Any changes to the group is done with-in the group, and only permitted by the wagon master. GRRP will only make changes or cancel sites when approved by the wagon master. Wagon masters have the privilege of holding sites, 3 years in advance. Another privilege is the wagon master receives their site free of charge for the duration of the stay. The responsibility that the wagon master holds is as follows:You will need to have the following information in order to organize your group:

Contact Info

Website:
Hours:
Check In Time: 2:00 p.m.
Check Out: 12:00 noon
Quiet Time: 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.

Amenities

Within Facility
+120 Sites
+20 Sites with River Views
+All Sites have Electric, Water, Fire Pit and Picnic Tables
+Store with Firewood, Ice and RV Supplies
+Playground
+Bocce Ball
+Volleyball
+Ping Pong
+Basketball

Nearby Activities

Gualala Point Regional Park
2 1/2 miles South
Take a lunch and spend the day on the beach at the Pacific Ocean, watch the whales at Whale Watch Point or the deer running free. Don’t forget to stop at the Visitor Center, This park is also the start of the beach and cliff access trails through the Sea Ranch and ends at the Sea Ranch Lodge. The town of Gualala — pronounced Wah-lah-lah, a Spanish version of the Pomo Indian word Walali “meeting of the waters” — is north of the county line on the north shore of the Gualala River. It was a redwood lumber town until the 1960s. The art center stages its annual Art in the Redwoods and Summer Fair — held in mid-August. Trails lead to the riverside beaches.

Historic Point Arena Lighthouse
16 miles North
The first Lighthouse was constructed in 1870 and severely damaged in 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The New Lighthouse began operation in 1908. It stands 115 feet tall and features the first Fresnel Lens over six feet in diameter and weighing more than two tons. In 1976 the fog signals at the station were silenced permanently and replaced with a bell-bouy placed nearby. Take your coat, it could be windy and cold.

Russian Fort Ross
27 miles South
Go back in history and visit Fort Ross State Historic Park. The Russian-American Company, a commercial hunting and trading company established the settlement of Ross in March 1812. Pack your lunch and take a walking tour of the compound of Fortress Ross.

Annapolis Winery
9 miles South on Highway 1 & 7 miles on Soda Springs Road
Visit a small family owned vineyard above the wind and fog. A delightful place to picnic in the sunshine and enjoy the lovely view with a bottle of our fine wine.

Sea Ranch Golf Links
3 miles South
18 holes of championship golf along the northern Sonoma Coast. Though the site is naturally spectacular, it is the quality of the challenge, and the reward, which set this Scottish-style links course apart. Call 707-785-2468 for reservations.

Fort Bragg Skunk Train
66 miles North
Let California Western Railroad Train transport you back in time. The railroad was founded in 1885 as a logging railroad and added passenger service in 1904. Today, the Skunk Train offers its passengers a slow paced and relaxing trip through the scenic redwoods, along the Noyo River and over the coastal mountain range. The conductor’s call of “All Aboard” at the Fort Bragg or Willits depot will signal the start of a breathtaking sightseeing experience you will not soon forget. Call Fort Bragg Depot 707-964-6371 for times and reservations.

Rates

(Daily, Weekly, Monthly)
Check Current Rates:
River View Sites
Includes two people $49.00
Campsites
Includes two people $42.00
Extra Occupants
seven years of age and older $5.00 per person
Extra Vehicles
Includes but not limited to cars,boats, motorcycles $20.00
Dogs (No Rots or Pit Bulls; max of 2 per site) $3.00
Extra Tents $15.00
Deposit
Non-refundable 50% of your stay
Reservation Change fee $0.00
Day Use $5.00 per person
Firewood Bundle $8.50
Firewood Bucket $100.00
Firewood Bulk $325.00
Extra Tables $10.00
35 gallon Blue Boy $20.00

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Location

Address
46001 Old Stage Rd # 501a
State/Province
Zip Code
Latitude
38.77
Longitude
-123.51
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