Huckleberry Campground is located along Sempervirens Creek, about 1½ miles from Big Basin Redwoods State Park headquarters. Majestic groves of old-growth coast redwoods draw visitors from around the country. Big Basin is one of the best parks in the state for families, with easy to explore trails leading in many directions, gurgling creeks, wildlife, and a host of interpretive programs for all ages.
There are 33 campsites in Huckleberry Campground, including a number of walk-in sites. The campground also has 36 tent cabins. Campsites #42-#59 are closed November 1 to March 26. They are open for Friday and Saturday nights only during the shoulder seasons (late March to mid-May and September 11 through October). Sites #60-#75 are open year-round.
Reservations for all Big Basin campsites are available from 2 days up to 7 months in advance. Reservations become available in one-month blocks on the first of the month, 7 months in advance. For example, on January 1 campsite reservations become available for all of July.
Huckleberry Campground Tent Cabin
Huckleberry Campground Tent Cabins
Thirty-six tent cabins are located in a loop adjacent to the traditional campsites in Huckleberry Campground. Three levels of cabin comfort are offered - tent cabins, total package tent cabins, and deluxe tent cabins. Tent cabins all feature a raised platform tent with mattress pads, table, wood stove, and lockable door. Outside are a picnic table, fire rings, and space for 1 traditional tent. Tent cabins sleep 4 inside. Another 4 may sleep outside in a traditional tent.
Tent Cabin - $75 per night
Total Package Tent Cabin - For those without their own camping gear, the package includes use of 4 sleeping bags, a cook stove, cooking utensils, pots and pans, a lantern, a 60-quart cooler, plus a bundle of firewood and bag of ice every night. $130 per night
Deluxe Tent Cabin - Beds made up with sheets, blankets, and comforter. Cabins have curtains, lantern, bath towels, and washcloths. $105 per night