Redwood Coast Cabins and RV Resort0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Prior to our visit, I read the reviews. I even gave the park a call to get their take on the complaints. The biggest concerns prior to our visit were the long-term campers, noise, trash, electrical grid issues, the pool being closed, and the lawn between sites being left un-mowed. The young woman I spoke with was friendly and understanding as I asked what the story really was. She explained that there are “long-term” campers, the playground and bathrooms occasionally see a bit too much litter from careless guests, the pool would be opened for the season in a few days, the electrical grid issue was fixed aside from a few sites, and the lawns were not mowed due to an equipment breakdown. Here’s the good news...upon our arrival, the grounds were clean, a staff member was mowing, and the pool was in use. We stayed 5 nights, and from what I could tell, most of the “long term” campers are actually staff, there were ZERO noise issues, the guests were the real cause of trash being left about (apparently they never heard of using a trash bin), and our hook-ups worked just fine. My one and only complaint was that the sites we were in did indeed have overgrown weeds for “lawn”. However, after a few days, we got over it. A few additional positives: the staff was very friendly and helpful, the laundry facilities were always clean ($2 per wash and $1 to dry), the showers and bathroom were very nice, and the beer selection in the store is not too shabby! As a bonus, our kiddo enjoyed being able to ride his bike around the park and make friends with the other kids staying in camp. If in the area, we’d gladly stay again.
I booked this room off the internet to stay closer to my father who suffered multiple heart attacks and was in the hospital.. It advertised cable and clean cabins. Linens were included. When we arrived for check-in everything went bad. There wasn't any cable (just videos) the cabin was unlocked (we were unable to lock it) The cabin opened to a major unsafe construction site. There were no linens (we were told we could go to Target to buy some) . WE were on the premise 15 minutes and handed in the keys saying the cabin was not as advertised and unsafe. The office worker tried to cancel the week reservation but was unable. I was told the charge would be reversed. The next week I called numerous times and left many messages. I was then shocked to see a charge of 733.00 on my credit card! We did not stay there! Now trying to get ahold of the manager we have been having difficulty. We stop in daily and leave messages. ALEC finally called us. Basically he said he will not refund the $$ cause we are harassing his staff daily. Bottom line. If I can discourage or warn 1 family about this dirty, unsafe place that false advertises and then has the conscious to keep money for a cabin we were not in and didn't have keys for, I hope I help you. fyi -we rented it the same day we checked in so we didn't cost them any $$ by not allowing them to book it to someone else.
Even though we were experiencing hard rains, we decided to move else where. This was a KOA and you can see the remnants of it's past. Lot's of full time rv residences. The breaker popped numerous times so were unable to run even the smallest of utilities. Even our refer had to run on gas. Go else where until the get this figured out
Located outside of Eureka, in a quiet spot, free wifi, free hot showers, lots of space, pool inside the campground. We had no run in with staff because we came in later but it's cheap to stay there for a long time so people bring their RVs and live there for 2 months and it kinda becomes a trailer park. My boyfriend and I were tenting so it's not as nice if you're surrounded by trailers with no privacy.
Staff at their sister resort (Shoreline) recommended this park because they couldn't accommodate us. We love Shoreline, very clean and easy to get to. The staff at Redwoods were great, helpful and pleasant. The site was a pull through and wide but not concrete. Full hookups were also wonderful, no cable but we were staying only one night. Bathrooms were very clean but for the amount of sites they probably should add more. Our biggest issue was there are a lot of people living in the park and it seemed to bring down the quality of atmosphere. Our neighbor had so many vehicles sticking out of his site we had to back out of our pull through site to leave which was a challenge with our 30 foot trailer. During this process a woman was screaming at the top of her lungs using profanity, not at us but obviously having a bit of an issue. My husband also used the restroom upon leaving and unfortunately left it as quickly as possible due to 2 men well, showering together. I think the park could be very nice but needs to have more security at all hours, and enforce rules a bit better. We use eureka as a stop over when travelling to and from oregon and will make sure we use shoreline in the future.
This cabin, tent, and RV stop in the Redwoods of California is the most delightful place to stay. It is in the heart of the Redwood coastal area in northern California. They have a swimming pool and hot tub. A beautiful play ground for young children. An outside chess board and checkers set along with a miniature golfing area. The best was a wonderful dog park with lots of room for our black lab to play. We were able to drive north to see the redwood and south to play on the bay on the island of Samoa. Great restaurants are near with lots of variety. 3 miles north of Eureka and 1 1/2 miles south of Arcata. We listened to Osprey call while we ate our lunch. It was wonderful outside fun in the sun.
We took a chance on taking a road trip without making reservations, felt very thankful that we stopped by & Kyle, at the registration desk was able to hook us up with a rustic cabin, which meant it had a queen size bed, 2 twin bunks, a small table & chair, and power. The cabin was clean, had a swinging chair on the front porch, a fire pit & picnic table. We were near the bathrooms/showers, which were also clean. The showers do not require coins or tokens, lovely! The pool & hot tub were nice, a few more lounge chairs would have made it better. We did bring our own food, ice and firewood, didn’t purchase anything from the store. Of course the prices are higher, you are paying for the convenience. Overall great experience, visited with the neighbors, played horseshoes, sat by the fire. Would certainly come back again.
We had our family reunion there (6/2018) At first we were very skeptical when pulling in as you have to go through a business parking lot and down a funky little road (made reservations online, sight unseen) however it is a GREAT place for kids! Clean pool, hot tub and lots of outdoor games (chess, checkers, horseshoes) playground! Clean bathrooms and showers, laundry facility, clean park. Very friendly staff. Cute little cabins. The only downsides are; ppl within 10' of you in every direction, it would be nice if there were some trees or shrubs planted throughout the park, to make it look not so "parking lot camping". There is no offramp or overpass off of the highway, so you have to pull off of and onto the VERY busy hwy, it was super sketchy! You can sometimes hear cars on the hwy, but it wasn't bad. There were a few campers that seem to be living there, but they had their area tidy. The perimeter fence is in need of replacing. The onsite store is spendy and does not carry much at all. We highly recommend going to see Fern Canyon, it's a bit of a drive, but definitely worth it! The Sequoia Zoo in Eureka is a cute little zoo. Great Mexican Restaurant in Eureka called, Luis's! We had a great time!
We were impressed with this RV Park We got an email with great directions The lady in reception was really pleasant and helpful The WiFi was good , we had full hook up and plenty of space around us The showers were good and clean The whole Park was tidy with a mix mixture of cabins, which looked great, and rvs We would definitely stay again and would recommend
When you stop at a RV park for the night and the person checking you in is charging you $48.00 bucks for the night informs you that cable tv is broken, the hot tub was down, the wi-fi did not work and mentioned no discount at all. If it was not late in the day, and no other options that I new of. These type of places need to be shut down and the one way that can happen is to avoid them. I know it's a crap shoot sometimes but buyer be were. Plan ahead and shop early don't wait and maybe you will end up in a better place.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Outdoor pool
Located in Jacoby Creek, Redwood Coast Cabins and RV Resort is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center and within a 5-minute drive of Finnish Country Sauna & Tubs. This 15-room campground welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi. Other standard amenities include a balcony or patio and a private yard.
At Redwood Coast Cabins and RV Resort, guests have access to an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a seasonal outdoor pool. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Helpful staff is there to provide front-desk service during limited hours, as well as offer insight about the area. Additional amenities include a picnic area and barbecue grills.
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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 15 reviews