Albion River Campground
34500 N. Highway 1
Albion, Northern California
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 95
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 17
Tents Allowed: Yes
About: Albion River Campground & Marina offers a unique camping and boating experience for both RV and tent campers. Located south of Mendocino, California on the Albion Cove where the Albion River meets the Pacific Ocean, the campground is one of only two sites on the Mendocino Coast that provides both sheltered river moorage and ocean access. The campground is an annual destination for abalone dive clubs, avid cod and salmon fishing groups, crab lovers, and kayak & canoe enthusiasts. Boaters can either brave the ocean swells or explore the scenic Albion River.
From US 101 at Cloverdale, California: Take SR 128 W 56 miles to where SR128 becomes N. Highway 1/CA-1. Take N Highway 1/CA-1 north 3.5 miles to where you cross the Albion River Bridge. Immediately after crossing the bridge take the first right at the Albion River Campground sign. The campground is on the river below the bridge.
From Fort Bragg, California: Head south on N. Highway 1/CA-1 for 16 miles. The campground entrance is the second left after you pass the Albion River Inn. The campground entrance will be on the left immediately before the Albion River Bridge. Look for the Albion Campground sign on the left side of the road at the entrance.
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