Nice location. City needs to take care of the property. Grass needed cutting, restrooms needed work. Could be a great place.
Thought we'd land at local walmart but found it does not allow overnight parking. Went on RV Parky app to find alternative. Ended up staying extra nights at Shoreline. Spaces are very large with water views. In mid April there were dozens of spaces open. The other RV parks in town were crowded and tight. They don't even compete. We paid $36.30 per night but awesome location and really great base camp for exploring Redwoods. Staff very nice and friendly. New utility posts and nice bathrooms although a walk to get to them.
Right on the water... Great beach for walking or running your dog... The only place to stay in Crescent City. Two other places not good! We have a a 40x Fleetwood and would stay here again!
For what California has to offer in the way of oceanfront RV parks, Shoreline is one of the very best we've found. We stayed in 1991 when the park had many trashy looking locals residing. About 10 years ago we checked it out with the dinghy and it had further deteriorated. Having read that major improvements had been made, we revisited. It's great. Mid-November we got a front row pull in site that gave our Class A front window an awesome vista of Crescent City Harbor. Any seasoned Class A traveler will readily acknowledge how rare pull in sites are. A small concrete patio is provided where a DP door would be. Gravel pads provided excellent support for our 37' gasser at a time when the area was saturated with much needed precipitation. The grass between the sites could use some weed killer but looked good. And the view out our front window . . . We've paid 3 times the price for lesser waterfront views on the rare occasion when we could find them. In a separate area (so no dreaded side-by-side hook-ups) towables can be backed into harbor front sites also. The ever present distant foghorn simply added to the coastal ambience for me as did the occasional barking of sea lions. This park is the model the state of California needs to follow with its aging, over-priced, overcrowded beach area RV parks. The city of Eureka is to be commended for providing this well designed facility at a bargain price. (An added benefit is the access to a bike path at the very entrance of the park. It's a nice ride for the casual rider.)
Nice park but the people who were working in the office came off as a little bit rude. The lady was extremely loud and obnoxious and the man was aloof and seemed almost angry. The location is great and the park was fine. The cost was @$36.00 per night which isn't bad for full hook ups. The grounds were well-kept. BUT! We only stayed one night in order to not have to deal with those people. The city is wonderful. Lots of things to see and do and lots of amenities.
We stayed here two nights in a 40 foot motorhome. Excellent base to explore the redwood area. Staff was friendly and helpful in providing information on places to see and eat in the area. Sites are spacious, level and have full hookups with EXCELLENT wi fi and cell service.
Drove into Crescent City, looked at 2 I won't let my dog stay in if I had a dog. Checked out RV Parky, got mixed reviews but tried anyway. Ray & Charles were very friendly and helpful. Bath/showers were old but clean, above average. Laundry clean and priced right. So nice we'll spend another night and see the redwoods. Highly recommend the Shoreline RV Park.
Staying here in January and the lady at the front desk was excellent. The park is open and spacious and comfortable and right on the beach. New hookups, cable TV. I only say the wifi is slow, but I am on the far end of the park. Also, the restrooms, laundry and trash are very far away, I would recommend they at least put a restroom on this end of the park at some point.
Lady at front office super helpful and doing a good job . The park has newer utility poles and concrete patios. Big gravel sites . Sadly the longer term residents don't pick up after their pets .
Stay here, when in Crescent City. Newly refurbished. Full hookups. Large gravel pull-throughs. On beach/jetty. Fair priced laundry. However, not enough machines. Friendly management.
Very clean. Excellent staff, they would even wait for us after hours on x-mas day. Wifi was ok. Impressive view right at the beach. Beware of their address on your gps. Ours sent us to a different spot about 2 blocks away and there is another very ugly rv park so don't get confuse like we almost did. The manager said they are currently working on a new entrance sign
We found this park by accident and could not have been happier. What a great location on the water. We used our own amenities so I can't comment on the facilities but the staff were great accommodating us on the last minute arrival. The weather this week could not have been better. Unheard of for this time of year. Lots to do and see in the area. Too many hikes and got a private tour of the Battery Point Lighthouse. Chart Room restaurant walking distance from park was outstanding for fresh fish and chips. Local Brew House just a walk down the street and sea lions for the viewing. Will be back!!!
Bid sites, full book ups, reasonably priced - some with ocean views. Nothing fancy but was great for a night.
Okay spot WiFi was basically non existent quiet gravel pad with concrete patio stayed 2 nites
We stayed here as our last stop before leaving California, as we drove up the west coast. We arrived and went for an incredible dinner at a tiny local diner run by a fisherman on the dock, called Crescent Seafood. The park is a nice location, on the water with pretty good size lots. We were there for a wicked storm coming off the ocean which made for a loud, windy and unsettling night. The campground is close to town and even the guy at the desk told us the locals look to steal men s bikes so make sure ours were locked up. Restrooms were clean.
Beautiful, peaceful, with awesome views. Great camp host. Will be back. Has weekly and monthly rates. Improved wi-fi, worked great.