My wife and I came here from Oregon. What a great location, although the bay area is very shallow with no waves. When the tide is out, it's far out and you don't really see the water too much. But when the tide is in, the water is just on the other side of the rocks.
Once you get out of the gravel roads in the park, there are plenty of places to ride bikes, all flat. You can ride for as long as you'd like or for just a short ride to the park.
We stayed in the front row. The spaces are on the narrow side but Charlie (the guy in the office) tries to leave empty space between RVs. We found this park to be pretty quiet so it wasn't too bad having smaller spaces.
I talked with Charlie a couple of times when we were there and he seemed like a nice fellow. We're about the same age and I enjoyed joking with him. Boy, he sure had some horror stories about some of the campers and what they try to get away with! He's been here for MANY years and has seen it all!
I suspect that some campers just don't like to follow the rules here and that's why they don't like him - he certainly was polite and courteous around me and my wife.
We stayed at Shoreline for several days, just relaxing. There is a dredging project going on in the harbor and it was enjoyable to sit and watch the tugs move huge barges around and then tow them out to sea. We liked hearing the fog horn and even the sea lions barking over at the marina.
We'll stay here again.
- Also Known As:
- Shoreline Rv Park And Campground Hotel Crescent City