For Immediate Release: 5/13/2015
Gold Bluff Beach Campground on reservations May 22- September 6
Gold Bluff Beach Campground in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park will now be available for reservations during the summer peak season. Historically the campground was first come first serve year round. Starting immediately Gold Bluff Beach Campground is available for reservations on www.reserveamerica.com or by calling 1-800-444-7275. Twenty four sites will be available to reserve from May 22- September 6 for the 2015 year. The off season will remain first come first serve.
Following requests from park visitors, this transition to reservations will allow people who live farther from the park in other states or countries to enjoy the campground. Access to Gold Bluff Beach Campground is on Davison Road a six mile long rough 15 MPH dirt road to the campground. There are no trailers of any kind allowed on Davison Road. Maximum single vehicle length is 24 feet and maximum width is 8 feet. Gold Bluff Beach campground is tent only, motorhomes less than 8 feet wide and 24 feet long are allowed. Dogs are allowed in the campground and on the beach, on leash only. Gold Bluff Beach features Fern Canyon, eight miles of coast line, scenic cliffs, whale watching, Roosevelt elk as well as the campground.
For more information about Gold Bluff Beach Campground, call Mike Poole at (707) 465-7335, or stop by Redwood National and State Parks Headquarters in Crescent City between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information about Prairie Creek State Park, visit www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=415.
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