Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Camp Fort Bragg A Good Deal

October camping in Fort Bragg means warm, clear weather with fresh salmon and tuna. Hidden Pines Campground has a great deal on a week at the beach, for your camping pleasure. RV sites are available from $125 to $160 for an entire week. That includes your water and electric! Tent sites are available from $95 to $105 for a full 7 night vacation. Hidden Pines Campground is located on the coast hwy 1/4 mile south of Fort Bragg city limits, it is less than a mile from Noyo harbor where there is fishing, or a mile from the Skunk Train ride, or 2 miles for horse back riding on the beach, and only 1/2 mile from shopping, dinner and the theater. Take a stroll through the Botanical Gardens which are located 1/2 mile south of Hidden Pines Cam[pground. Each of these activities are fun and they are a simple chore from Hidden Pines Campground. Each sunset can be viewed on a sandy beach after an EZ walk from your camp, "walk about 1/2 of a kilometer from the camp store - and you're on the beach". The camp market has the best price in town for propane only $2.89 per gallon on this date, the ice is only 20 cents per pound and coffee, tea, or sodas can be enjoyed for a buck. Watching NFL Football on Sunday in the game room, with a fun camp BBQ - playing Foosball - and shooting pool are common in the fall. Enjoy some art, buy a Georgia Pacific saw blade, for 5 bucks you take a private swim in an indoor pool and enjoy a hot shower... Camp dinners for guests are only $9 and after noon plates can be arranged for $6 and yes sportsmen can share some of their catch with the staff... who are happy to prepare it. I have recently enjoyed salmon, albacore, ling-cod, rock fish and abalone.

 PS - Wood bundles are 6 bucks, so don't buy a box of wood at Safeway for $18 - LOL - The camp store is open daily 10am to 2pm and again from 4pm to 8pm for a convenient check in and check out.

For Reservations call 707-961-5451  - Have fun :)