Camping in Eureka?

I am going to the cage fights in Bluelake and wondering if anyone knows of good camping around that area. I will be in a 28' motorhome and hate parking lot camping.:busted:

Patricks point. Not a bad place but a little up north from Eureka.

isn't there camping out at Samoa Dunes?

isn't there camping out at Samoa Dunes?

I don't think so. I think it's day use only.

There is a beach just north of McKinleyville and south of Patricks Point that has some camping...can't think of the name though. You can drive on it too.

Also make sure you go to Six Rivers Brewery in McKinleyville for the best beer up there.

I bet there is something in Blue Lake. Even a forest servce cg maybe a little east of Blue Lake on the 299?

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I don't think so. I think it's day use only.

There is a beach just north of McKinleyville and south of Patricks Point that has some camping...can't think of the name though. You can drive on it too.

Also make sure you go to Six Rivers Brewery in McKinleyville for the best beer up there.

Your thinkin of Clam Beach probly?? I go there a lot and its a really nice beach and im pretty sure there is a area where you can but dont hold me to my word.

Isn't blue lake a little south of Eureka. I'm sure there is camping closer to Blue Lake than Eureka. Unless they are pretty much the same place?

Your thinkin of Clam Beach probly?? I go there a lot and its a really nice beach and im pretty sure there is a area where you can but dont hold me to my word.

Yes, Clam Beach. It's a small campground though.

Personally, Unless I was going to relax and enjoy the Redwoods, I would just stay in Hotel Arcata. There's a bunch of bars right outside the door and a few good resturants too. It costs less than $100 a night there and it's pretty nice for an old hotel. It's also only a few miles from Blue Lake.

Isn't blue lake a little south of Eureka. I'm sure there is camping closer to Blue Lake than Eureka. Unless they are pretty much the same place?

Blue Lake is North East of Eureka, not far though.

Yes, Clam Beach. It's a small campground though.

Personally, Unless I was going to relax and enjoy the Redwoods, I would just stay in Hotel Arcata. There's a bunch of bars right outside the door and a few good resturants too. It costs less than $100 a night there and it's pretty nice for an old hotel. It's also only a few miles from Blue Lake.

It is pretty small. but its nice because theres not many people there usually. Hotel Arcata is a very nice hotel and its in a great part of town. Its a short walk from Redwood Park also witch has some awsome walkin trails if your into sight seeing all the trees. its probly bout a 15 dollar taxi ride to blue lake from there also

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Thank you guys for all the help. This site is awesome.I had people back out so I wont be taking the gas hog. I would love to car camp secluded but I will look into Hotel Arcata as well.There are some tickets left so if you are in the area go watch the fights at Blue lakes casino.

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