Camp at Camp Navarro

Philo, California

based on 3 reviews


Added by Adam Wells

Spend a night (or several) under the redwoods in Mendocino County, CA. 

Camp Navarro is located about 2.5 hours north of San Francisco. This redwood getaway is nestled between branches of the North Fork of the Navarro River. 

Equipped with a lodge, coffee, shop, water and toilets, Camp Navarro allows you to escape from the stresses of city life while still enjoying a bounty of comforts. The camp is home to  200+ acres with 15 cabins, 29 Adirondacks (open air cabins), and 42 Teepee tents. There is substantial event infrastructure and power throughout the campground. Wifi is also available (although we hope you don't need it!). 

Head to the Camp Navarro website to make your reservation!

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Adult Beverages
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Picnic Area
Swimming Hole

Camp at Camp Navarro Reviews

This place is perfect for a weekend getaway with your significant other or a group of friends. Just enough amenities so you're not roughing it too much, but definitely "out-there" and secluded. The owners and workers are super friendly and there are awesome hikes all around the property. All in all a homerun of a place...definitely GO!

Camp Navarro is an amazing campground located 2.5 hours north of San Francisco in Mendocino county. Yes, the drive is a little windy once you hit the 128, but it's well worth it once you make it to Navarro. There's something for everyone at the campground: creeks, swimming holes, campfires, beautiful redwoods, etc. This is a must-do if you're looking to have a group camp out!

Camp Navarro is a great location to have a group camp-out. The grounds were beautiful and you're surrounded by amazing redwoods, but also have the nice amenities of real toilet and running water. The Camp is like being at summer camp (because they do host summer camps here!). Complete with fire rings, picnic tables, and 3 walled shelters with bunk beds, I will definitely be back to host a group camp-out. Also be sure to find the hollowed out redwood tree that makes for epic acoustics in the evening!

Leave No Trace

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!


Hike Montgomery Woods State Nature Reserve Loop

Explore Navarro Beach

Fern Canyon Scenic Trail

Kayak Mendocino's Big River

Paddle Redwood Outrigger Canoes up Big River

Explore Big River Beach