Overview

Location
Address: 25050 Coast Hwy 1, Jenner, California 95450
GPS: 38.570204, -123.324581
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Local Directions: Located 20 miles north of Jenner on Highway One.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-707-847-3221
Website: http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_...
Email: info@parks.ca.gov

Open
All year

  Sites
109 RV Sites, 119 Tent Sites, 119 No Hookup

Rates
Daily Rates: $25.00 - $35.00

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, No Showers

Recreation
Biking, Boat Ramp, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking

Policies
All Ages, Pet Restrictions

Restrictions
Max RV Length 31 ft
 
Description
Campgrounds

Gerstle Campground
- has 30 sites
- Gerstle Group Camp can accommodate up to 40 people, 10 vehicles at $200/night.

Woodside Campground- 79 sites

Hiker/Biker sites
-10 sites are available for campers on foot or bicycles. These sites are first come, first served basis and located behind the ranger office near Woodside Campground.

OVERFLOW CAMPING
A day use parking lot located below Gerstle Campground is available for self-contained vehicles only. No tent camping or open fires are allowed. No reservations.
Sites
Total Sites119
RV Sites109
   
Tent Sites119
Max RV Length31 ft
   
  
  
No Hookup (119)
Rental Units
None
Rates
Sites
Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
Bathhouse / Restrooms  
Dump Station  
Flush Toilets  
Handicap Facilities  
No Showers  
Recreation
  Hours Description Fees
Biking  
Boat Ramp  
Boating  
Canoeing  
Fishing  
Hiking  
Horseback Riding  
Kayaking  
Sports Field  
Events

    None

Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 star rating
(2.5)
Based on 2 reviews
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3 star rating
Spectacular sunsets
SilverLiningSkipper
Gold
July 7, 2015
We stayed in the Overflow area at $28.00. I agree with the previous reviewer that although it is beautiful, this campground is significantly overpriced. Overflow equals sloped parking lot but has better views than the campground. No facilities at all in overflow.

We stayed here in a Class B Motorhome.
 
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2 star rating
Pricey for a dry camping place
Ray Sp
Silver
July 20, 2012
For the hiking and the views it offers, Salt Point is a beautiful state park. I give it that. But for $35 a night, I can easily get a full hookup site elsewhere. Here, it's dry camping and the gravel spot on the campsite is not even level. Sure, the place is clean, and it does have restrooms and a dump station. But still... I don't think the price was worth what I got for my stay here.

We stayed here in a Class B Motorhome.
 
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