Bull Frog Pond Campground

Guerneville, California

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The trip to Bullfrog Pond feels a bit like a fairytale journey: you start in Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve in a quiet, dark, redwood canyon, and climb steeply into Austin Creek State Recreation Area on a tiny road, traveling through oaks and grassland to a high ridge with sweeping views and a campground sheltered by trees around a small pond. Although the campground is open all year, winter camping is soggy, and summers are sweltering. Spring is best, and autumn is fine as well, although late in the year when there’s high fire danger, campfires can be prohibited.

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"The trip to Bullfrog Pond feels a bit like a fairytale journey: you start in Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve in a quiet, dark, redwood canyon, and climb steeply into Austin Creek State Recreation Area on a tiny road, traveling through oaks and grassland to a high ridge with sweeping views and a campground sheltered by trees around a small pond. Although the campground is open all year, winter camping is soggy, and summers are sweltering. Spring is best, and autumn is fine as well, although late in the year when there’s high fire danger, campfires can be prohibited."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Guerneville
Campsites: 24 sites for tents only
Season: Open all year
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Austin Creek State Recreation Area
Driving Directions: Directions to Bull Frog Pond Campground

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May 2018