Mendocino Village

  • 1/4 mile from Mendocino’s restaurants, shops, and markets

Mendocino Village above a peaceful cove on a sunny day
the river near Mendocino Grove travels through undeveloped forest land

Beaches & Rivers

  • Canoe and kayak rentals across the road from the campground

  • Kayak Sea Tours daily


Hiking & Biking

  • Miles of trails await you and your boots in nearby state parks.

  • The bike rental facility across the road from the campground provides two wheels and lots of adventure.

redwood trees stretch upward into the sunlit mist
a crate with picnic essentials — metal camping plates and mugs, camping utensils, wine glasses, blanket, pan and more

Picnics & Dining



  • Several hammocks are stretched under the trees throughout the campground.

  • Beaches close by are perfect for strolling.

  • Grab a book from our paperback library and read on your tent deck.

  • Gaze into the flames by the firepit.

A young woman rests on a picnic table bench with open book on her belly.
Musicians in an orchestra with violin bows raised and ready.

Do a Thing

  • Take a peek into the past at The Ford House in Mendocino.

  • Take a ride on the Skunk Train out of Fort Bragg.

  • Browse the well-laden shelves of Mendocino Book Company.

  • Take a day trip into Anderson Valley for some wine tasting.

  • Attend one of our annual festivals, from whale-watching to film and music.