Local Attractions

Village Camper Inn RV Park is conveniently close to deep forests, wild ocean shores, tourist attractions, and helpful services for RV travelers and campers.

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Redwood National Park (only 5 minutes away)
Home to some of the tallest trees on Earth, the park is a massive stretch of preserved forest lands including nearly 40 miles of coastline, and several historic sites including Native American and early settler exhibits. More…

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Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park
Featuring untouched old growth coast redwood forest and the wild Smith River. 8 miles east on Highway 199. The park has about 20 miles of hiking and nature trails, river access, a visitor center with exhibits and a nature store. More…

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Stout Grove (in Jedediah Smith Redwoods Park)
Stout Grove is 8 miles east on Highway 199. One of the worlds most magnificent Redwood Groves.

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Smith River National Recreation Area
The last major free-flowing river in California, the Smith River offers crystal clear water, kayaking, fishing, rafting, hiking and swimming in the summer.

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Lake Earl Wildlife Refuge
Offers boating, hiking and bird watching in one of California’s rare coastal lagoons. More…

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Battery Point Lighthouse and Museum.
Historic lighthouse on the ocean near Crescent City, open for tours and accessible by foot at low tide. More…

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Ocean World Aquarium in Crescent City 
A major attraction in the nearby town of Crescent City featuring displays and ‘hands on’ exhibits. More…