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About Redwood Harbor RV Resort

Redwood RV Resort is located in the Harbor District of Crescent City in Northern California. In addition to being just minutes from the tallest redwoods, our RV resort is steps away from Crescent City's beautiful South Beach. For convenience to our guests, access in and out of the park is simple and smooth. Additionally, being near US Hwy 101 makes the park surprisingly easy to find.


Close by, you will find the Redwood National and State Parks; multiple beautiful beaches to explore; our local harbor to fish or launch your boat out of; great dining experiences at local restaurants; wild and scenic rivers to play on, and picturesque nature trails to hike. There is plenty to do, horseback rides on the beach and in the redwoods, surfing, boating, fishing, and hiking. You can also enjoy watching gorgeous sunsets over the Pacific, collecting seashells, shopping, and eating at local restaurants.


Crescent City, California, is a coastal city in Del Norte County. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, including a rugged coastline and scenic harbor. Activities you can do in and around Crescent City include:

  • Beach activities: The nearby beaches are popular for activities such as surfing. 

  • Fishing: Crescent City is a hub for sport fishing and offers charter boats for deep-sea fishing trips.

  • Hiking: Many scenic hikes in the surrounding redwood forests, including the popular Redwood National and State Parks.

  • Whale watching: The city is an excellent location for whale watching, with various companies offering boat tours to view the migratory gray whales.


Redwood National & State Park:

With over 100 miles of hiking trails, ranging from leisurely hikes to challenging treks, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the towering redwood forests on foot.


Wildlife viewing: The parks are home to a diverse array of wildlife, including Roosevelt elk, black bears, and numerous bird species.


River Fishing: Several rivers and streams in the parks are famous for fishing, 

including steelhead and salmon fishing in the Smith River.


Kayaking and canoeing: The parks' rivers and coastline offer opportunities for kayaking and canoeing, allowing visitors to get a unique perspective on the stunning scenery.


Scenic drives: Take a drive along the scenic roads that wind through the park and offer breathtaking views of the redwoods and Pacific coastline.


There is something to do for everyone of all ages! So come and stay with us to experience Northern California as you've never experienced it before! We want your stay with us to leave you with unforgettable memories of the wild and scenic northern California coast.

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