Summer Rates 2017 - Hidden Pines RV Park and Campground

Hidden Pines RV Park and Campground Daily Rates.  August 2017 Daily Rates are $45 to $60 for selected sites. A few Vacation deals for August are available 

Call - (707) 961-5451. 

First come first serve check in begins daily at noon at the camp store.  After 3pm Self Register 1 night stay sites are posted at the night office, behind the store.

Popular Fort Bragg Hidden Pines RV Park beach week vacations are available at Hidden Pines. Consider Hidden Pines RV park in Fort Bragg, very near Noyo Harbor. The park features large RV Sites. Sites 10 through 35 include table, fire ring, WIFI, cable TV, water, power, and RV drains. Hidden Pines vacations for any size RV can include 1 to 30 people. Ask about Hidden beach.

Call or visit the camp store for check in, vacation planning, and advance purchasing. Phone planning and purchasing are available noon to 5 pm daily.  Call (707) 961-5451. 
Sites 1 to 9 are available for RV, camper,van,or tent  - Daily rates are $55 for 1 to 4 people. Pets are $5 and extra vehicles are $5 Summer Beach Week Vacations for 1 to 4 people are $275 or a midweek 3 night stay is $120 and these sites include; water, power, cable, WIFI and disposal of your RV holding tanks at our RV dumping station. Pets, boats, extra vehicles or more than 4 people are additional.

Sites #10 through #38 - Daily rates $60 
Ask about beach week vacations for 1 to 4 people for $295 . 
Sites 10 to 38 include RV drains plus water, power, cable TV, and Wifi. -  Pets, boats, extra vehicles or more than 4 people are additional.

Dry sites A through L - Table and fire ring. No water or power.
Daily rate for 1 to 4 people is $45 or a beach week vacation for $250.
Try a midweek 3 night stay for 1 to 4 people - $125 - Call for details or come to the camp store.
707-961-5451

RV sites 10, 11 and 12 are favorites for many guests at Hidden Pines.

Sites 8 - 9 and H and I  are very popular for RV and tent group camps.

This Hidden Beach cove is only 1/2 mile from Hidden Pines Campground. The north trail access is provided by Mendocino Land Trust = people who enjoy wild life.