Albee Creek Campground

Weott, California 95571

Albee Creek Campground

Albee Creek Campground Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Drive 5 miles off US 101 on Mattole Road through incredible stands of redwoods (use daytime headlights) and come to Albee Creek Campground 0.3 mile up an access road on the right. This beautiful campground is framed by Albee Creek on the east and Bull Creek on the south.

A big draw in the park is the Eel River, with springtime canoeing and the wildflower bloom. Hike down along the Eel, and pick up the River Trail where the Big Trees–Albee Creek Trail loops back around near the Rockefeller Loop. From here, the River Trail heads down the west side of the Eel to the Children’s Forest, where a stone marker records the names of local children who died in the early 1900s. The fire-hollowed trees here once were goose pens. The round-trip just tops 5 miles."

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Trail Information

Weott
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility
40
Campsites
May–mid-October
Season
Hiking
Additional Use
Wildflowers
Features
Camping kiosk 707-946-2472; headquarters 707-946-2409; www.parks.ca.gov or humboldtredwoods.org
Local Contacts
$35
Fees per Night
Picnic table, fireplace, food locker. Water, flush toilets, coin- operated showers, firewood for sale, wheelchair-accessible sites.
Facilities