Wildwood Campground & RV Park

(9) Reviews

29700 Highway 20, Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

The Wildwood Campground & RV Park is located near the beautiful town of Fort Bragg, and is known as an excellent spot to enjoy fun and relaxing California camping. The campground is quaint, peaceful and filled with helpful and friendly staff members. 


Activities and Amenities

Campers can look forward to wide open spaces, fresh air, clear skies and gorgeous acres of natural Redwoods for exploring and hiking. There's also plenty of opportunities for mountain biking and hiking trails throughout the neighboring woods to the pacific coast. Amenities at the park include: water, sewerage, 30 amp sites, restrooms, showers, tent camping and pets are allowed. 



Just beyond the campground are a number of excellent local attractions, including:

- MacKerricher State Park

- Mendocino Coastal Botanical Gardens

- Guest House Museum

- Sea Glass Museum

- Triangle Tattoo & Museum

- Point Cabrillo Light

- Jug Handle State Natural Reserve

- Skunk Train

- Ten Mile Beach

- Dolphin Cove


And of course, there's no shortage of excellent Fort Bragg eateries and pubs to sample local flavors. This is a great spot for a real outdoor camping getaway!

Last Updated: 07/30/2023

RV Sites

RV sites feature water, sewerage, 30 amp sites, restrooms, showers, tent camping and pets are allowed. Sites are also just a short drive from local attractions like: MacKerricher State Park, Mendocino Coastal Botanical Gardens, Guest House Museum, Sea Glass Museum, Triangle Tattoo & Museum, Point Cabrillo Light and Jug Handle State Natural Reserve.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Dry Camping Sites $25.00 $150.00 $500.00 See More
Full Hookup $35.00 $200.00 $575.00 See More
Partial Hook-Up (Water & Electricity) $30.00 $180.00 $550.00 See More


Check in is at 1PM, check out is at 12PM.

Quiet Hours

Quiet time is between 10PM and 8AM.

Speed Limit

The speed limit in the park is 5mph at all times.

Noise Levels

No Loud Music, Bass or Drums at any time. If your Neighbor can hear it, it is probably too loud. Be courteous to your fellow campers and treat others as you wish to be treated.

Trash Policy

Leave Trash and Recycling bags at the end of your site at check-out or in the mornings before 10am for pick up. Extra bags are available at the office.

Pet Policy

Please pick up after your pet at all times. Waste bags are available in the office if you forget yours. During the day, keep your dog on a leash that is no longer than six feet in length. If you leave your dog in a vehicle, remember that it may get too hot, even with the windows open. Please do not take your dog (unless it is a service animal) into restrooms unless it’s designated. For sanitary reasons, dogs are not permitted on most beaches. Always check with a park ranger for any rules specific to the park you are visiting. Mendocino District 707-937-5804 Contact the District Office for more information. Please keep your dog calm and quiet. Vicious or unusually noisy dogs will not be allowed in the park. At night, please keep your dog in your tent or vehicle to prevent conflicts between your dog and other dogs, passing campers or wild animals. Skunks can ruin your trip. Please understand that Park Staff have the discretion to further restrict areas open to pets (i.e., trails, buildings, etc.). A rabies certificate or dog license may be required.



Community Showers

Water Hookups

Community Restrooms

Dump Station

Sewer Hookups

50 Amps

30 Amps



29700 Highway 20, Fort Bragg, CA, 95437
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Jennifer Henderson

We stayed at Wildwood at the beginning of July. The new owner has done a great job and has great plans for this park. We now have a favorite spot. It was so nice when we got there they helped us to our spot and guided us in place. Staff is friendly and helpful. We have a 30’ trailer and had plenty of room. It’s so nice to be so close to Fort Bragg but still be camping in the woods. We drove by some of the other parks that are closer to the Ocean but there are no trees and everyone is jammed up against each other. We will definitely be back.

John & Gerilynn Hamilton

This was are 7th year at the camp site we really enjoy are time there. And all the staff Jessica, Kay and Travis, they are so helpful and welcoming they are making so many wonderful changes to the park. It a beautiful place.

Jean Landry

Our travel trailer lost a wheel just north of Fort Bragg, so we limped back to town with the spare wheel and missing nuts. While checking if the local RV service shop was open (it was not), this gentleman (Travis) shows up needing to buy some RV supplies. We started chatting, we told him about our problems, and he suggested we follow him to his campground, just a few miles away. He gave us a really nice spot and helped us to fix our trailer over the next two days. He was incredibly nice and helpful, and we would really have been lost without him. The place is currently undergoing a major makeover and should be fantastic very soon. We were actually the first ones to use the site we were assigned. There were still some small details that needed sorting out, but the place is really nice already, and the surrounding Redwood forest is just amazing.

CD Gee

VERY low class, ran by addicts and thugs! They employee a skeletal maintenance man with dark sunken eyes, that drives around with extremely loud and filthy rap music, from before 7am till past 11pm at night. ZERO RESPECT FOR THE CAMPERS!!! Approaching him about it will get you cussed and threatened. Complaining to management does no good, as they NEED someone on staff that is willing to lie to officials and officers. This is a rough and drug infested park. AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!

Jane Doe

Giving 1 star is too much. This place is a dump. We had to pick up trash before setting up camp. The bathrooms were locked all night and most of the day, no port-a-potties available. Human waste on the ground behind our site. No water provided for most of the day.

John Doe

Do not go here worst place ever!....this place is not sanitary & has no water

Günter Dollhäubl

Compared with European campgrounds the location is really nice, and I would recommend it. However, if you compare with many other campgrounds near the Western coast of the U.S. this campground has some room for improvement. The camp host was very friendly and helpful, the sites were big, reasonable, and the hook up was working properly. But there were 3 things which I kept in my mind, because I did not like them. First of all everything was very dirty. No wonder, the paths within the camp are unpaved, and therefore everything is covered with dirt. Many of the campers seem to be permanent campers, and it seems that they are living there like in a trailer park. It is noicy all day long, and even during night time cars and bikes are coming and going. The restrooms need more attention as well, and could definitely be cleaner.

James Hoyt

We were placed in the monthly area that had a spacious site, but was littered with trash and broken glass. Most of the trailers were run down with junk vehicles in the drive, and free running dogs

Davina B

This campground is gorgeous! It's extremely woodsy which is what we were looking for, and well-maintained. We spent most of our stay hiking the trails and even did some mountain biking toward the end, and we liked that the staff and other campers were pretty courteous and pleasant. Fort Bragg was not too far away for supplies and sightseeing which was really convenient. We'll head that way again next summer!

Campground Response

Thank you so much for your review of our campground Davina. We appreciate you and hope you visit again soon!