Huckleberry Campground

Richardson Grove State Park


Richardson Grove State Park


Huckleberry Campground, Richardson Grove State Park, CA

Huckleberry Campground

Richardson Grove State Park Attractions

Richardson Grove State Park is home to some of the most magnificent stands of old-growth coastal redwoods in California. For visitors to the park there are plenty of interesting spots to explore and enjoy.

  • Stroll along the Exhibit Trail, Tourney Trail, and Settler's Trail.
  • In late summer swim or wade in the Eel River
  • In the winter fish for steelhead trout
  • Hike up to Panorama Point and Lookout Point
  • Bring your camera as you visit some of the park's tallest redwoods such as Hartsook Giant
  • Take a stroll through the walk-through tree, visit the bat tree, and learn from the tree-ring study conducted in 1933
  • Follow the easy-going Race Track path which passes many unusual redwoods such as the chandelier tree with multiple trunks branching out
  • Drop in at the Visitor Center and the nature store.
  • Campfire programs, Junior Rangers program, guided nature walks
  • Tour the 1930s Richardson Grove Lodge in the summer.


Key Campground Regulations

  1. Wood collecting is not allowed, including twigs and leaves.
  2. Generators may only be operated sparingly from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
  3. Bicycles are only allowed on paved roads.
  4. Diving or jumping into the river is not allowed.

Huckleberry Campground

Huckleberry Campground is on the west side of Highway 101 in Richardson Grove State Park. Campers at Huckleberry enjoy fishing, swimming, and boating in the Eel River, whenever water levels are safe. A swim beach is near the campground. A number of interesting, self-guided nature trails meander through the park.

Huckleberry Campground offers 36 campsites. Nine sites are designated for tents only, while the rest can accommodate RVs, trailers, and tents. The campground is arranged in two loops between North Creek and Durphy Creek.

Campground Basics
Location: Richardson Grove State Park, Highway 101, southern Humboldt County.
Elevation: 490 feet
Camping season: year-round
Number of Sites: 36
Max. People per Site: 8 (including children)
Vehicles per Site: 1 vehicle and 1 legally towed vehicle or trailer (fee for additional vehicle)
Pets: On leash, always attended
Park Headquarters: (707) 247-3318

Reservations
Reservations accepted: January through September; otherwise first-come, first-served
Booking Window: Reservations can be made from 2 days up to 7 months in advance of arrival date.
New dates are made available in 1-month blocks on the first of each month.
Maximum Vehicle Length: Trailers - 24 feet, RVs - 30 feet
Wheelchair accessible Sites: None designated
Fees: $35 plus an $8 reservation fee
Online Reservations: Huckleberry Campground Reservations
Check-in, check-out: 2:00 PM, Noon

Huckleberry Campground Amenities
Campsites: Picnic table, food locker, fire grill
Campground: Restrooms with flush toilets, tap water, WiFi near the ranger station
Showers: Yes, 25 cents for 2 minutes
Dump Station: Nearby
Campground Map: Richardson Grove Campground Map
Nearby attractions: Hiking trails through the redwoods, Eel River, Visitor Center, self-guided nature trails, The Grove Interpretive Trail

Richardson Grove State Park, CA

Reservations Tips

Reservations for all Richardson Grove State Park 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.

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