Samoa Boat Ramp | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
7 months ago
Altitude:
5.2 masl
Website:
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Eugene Bernosky

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Dry camping location on parking lot next to the bay. Showers were closed but bathrooms are OK. Some spots have tables and fire rings. When it's quiet, it's nice. But when it's crowded, generators from RVs disrupt the otherwise quiet peaceful site.

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It’s now $30 a night. On the cusp of being overpriced. Two shower stalls but one was out of order. Not clear whether showers are free or takes quarters. Host on site which is always good. Picnic tables, water and fire rings on some sites.

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Clean restrooms and pay showers. Water hookups. Host on site. Tables & fire rings.

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Quaint. Random large boats beeping some nights. Coast guard helicopters circling for hours some days. Somehow, peaceful otherwise. Fire pits and tables at some spots. Showers are broken. Not worth $25 a night + $2 per dog in my opinion. If it was $10 or so I'd say heck yeah why not. Lots of beaches to explore nearby, including the Grove across the bay. Seals, birds of all kinds, even saw a whale snort.

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not free - 25 dollars a night
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Not really my kind of place, but OK for one night. Does have nice water views. Bathrooms OK, but showers closed at this time. Nice little beach & recreation area close by. Not many people here, but seems to have a few permanents, despite 7 day limit. More beach areas down the road, but no camping.

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Beautiful spot right on the inlet. Minor annoyance is the drag strip across the highway, otherwise idyllic.

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Yes, as others have said, generator noise. Other than that, a nice place for a night on the Pacific Coast Highway.

According to the ranger the showers are open only when the place is busy - so, high season. Closed now.

NPR at 91.5

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22 a night for Sr and 2 for dog. super windy but not crowded and no genie noise yet. nice views of the water.

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Cost 25$ per night.. definitely not free

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So, it's not exactly nice. Definitely noisy with generators. But there were plenty of open spaces on a Friday afternoon in August. The upside is the cool weather, even in the summer, and strong 5G connection on both Verizon and Google Fi.

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Dry camping location on parking lot next to the bay. Showers were closed but bathrooms are OK. Some spots have tables and fire rings. When its quiet, its nice. But when its crowded, generators from RVs disrupt the otherwise quiet peaceful site.

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