Benbow KOA

Humboldt County, California

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Mountain views and some of the tallest redwood trees in the world will wow visitors to the Lost Coast of Northern California - and so will the amenities at this KOA, located on the East Branch South Fork Eel River. Settle into a Deluxe Cabin, RV or seasonal Tent Site and savor the beauty of Benbow Valley. Kids love the playground, sport court and splash park that accompany the pool and Jacuzzi. Families enjoy the 9-hole golf course, putting green and FootGolf course. Seasonal planned activities offered Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day weekend. Gathering spaces include the Village Hall for groups up to 140, and Friendship Hall for groups up to 30 (full kitchens). Visit Benbow Historic Inn, a few steps beyond this park. A member of Historic Hotels of America, the inn offers fine dining, a full lounge and summer entertainment under the stars. Campers can enjoy seasonal fishing and swimming in the Eel River, a designated National Wild and Scenic River. Pool: May 1 - October 31. Max pull thru: 55 feet.

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