For $35 a night it was great! We had a Groupon for a buy one get one. Two nights.
The place was empty. Hot showers not so clean, Bathrooms were clean though. I'm camping, not staying at the Hyatt.
For a privately run place it was good. The manager only came by one time and she was very laid back and didn't ask a bunch of questions about our big sweet Rottweiler, which is so often the case when we camp.
They had a microwave, toaster oven, and a coffee pot to use too. If my grill would've crapped out, the wife and I could have easily walked to Mendo to get snacks and supplies.
There is a central camping area and a group area. We found a nice sheltered site away from these. #38. Not sure how many sites are like this. Got to make a big ol' fire and play our music, drink, eat, and just be left alone! Perfect!
Gave 'very good' rating only because there was some clean-up that needs to happen and when we first arrived we weren't too sure that we hadn't rolled into a refurbished squatters site.
I hope thy keep improving this campground and can discourage those who don't have the pack in pack out mentality.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to The New Mendocino Campground. A luxury camping experience in the coastal woods of Mendocino. Enjoy all the romance of camping without the hassle of tent wrangling and gear. We are redefining the camping experience with roomy tents, comfy beds, crisp white linens and down comforters. The site is an easy walk to the historic town of Mendocino and beach at Big River. Make reservations now for our very first season. Are 2016 Season opens July 25 and runs through Labor Day. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Mendocino Campground Hotel Mendocino