18701 North Highway 1 Hidden Pines Campground and RV Park Fort Bragg

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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Fort Bragg RV Park - Spring Report - Hidden Pines RV Park & The Botanical Gardens - The Pacific Coast In Bloom

The 49 acre Botanical Garden and 50 space 6 acre Hidden Pines RV Park and Campground in Fort Bragg California are exploding with spring flowers. Perhaps the most beautiful place on earth is the North Coast of Mendocino California. Baby whales and dramatic forests are kissed here by the Pacific Ocean. An RV trip to Fort Bragg and Mendocino is affordable and unforgettable. Spend a week, and see The Hidden Pines RV Park and Campgrounds with full services, a great location 1/2 mile north of the Botanical gardens. A secluded sandy beach cove that is an excellent place to get wet is only 1/4 mile from Hidden Pines RV Park. Ask about spring get away RV or camp site vacation deals. These are for 3 nights or longer and are available now at Hidden Pines. Call daily (707) 961-5451.  Best time to call is noon to 5 pm daily. 

Monday, March 23, 2015

Fort Bragg RV Park and Camping Report - Hidden Pines RV Abalone Camp - 2015 -

RV Park abalone divers set up camp in Fort Bragg at Hidden Pines starting April 1st 2015. Tent campers come too for a great location with showers, restrooms, and a fish cleaning station. Boat parking and large sites are also available for groups or individuals.  RV park guests enjoy abalone season as it get's underway and if you are a good cook that can go far at an abalone camp. April tent and are RV sites are available now with an advance purchase discount for trips lasting 3 nights or longer. Call 707-961-5451 between noon and 5 pm daily. We always save a few for the night travelers who can self register after 5 pm at the night office. Enjoy the pictures as you scroll the page.  Look -Mike and Steve Diving For Abalone - Hidden Pines Campground - U Can Too - Call 707 961-5451 -

    RV Camp Sites 33,34,and 35 are ready for 2015 Abalone season - April 1st -

- :0) YUMMY :0) -

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Hidden Pines RV Park and Campground - Fort Bragg - Whales and Irish Prepare for St. Patrick's Day - March 2015

Some RV Parks have winter in March. Hidden Pines RV Park in Fort Bragg has green grass and forests with ocean tide pools, sandy beaches, whales, and travelers arriving in Fort Bragg early this year for St. Patrick's day. I asked a few RV birds where they are going. One is heading to Utah, another to Washington, and several are going to San Francisco. Their stops here at Hidden Pines in Fort Bragg are  often extended and many travelers are arriving early too. Why I ask them?  Weather and pleasure are the reasons I here. The Whales are many this year and so are the travelers. Enjoy some pictures on this page and our home page,  call (707) 981-5451 for Free Planning. Ask about our Large RV sites that can fit any size RV, or about camp fire wood and propane prices. Free WIFI and cable TV too.
Ask us about the March 2015 - 3 night RV deal from $99 - terms apply. Ask about a beach week.
Whale of a tail for u and lucky clovers too. Do you want to know more?  Call me - (707) 961 5451.

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Hidden Pines RV Park and Camping Report - March 7, 2015 - Fort Bragg

Fort Bragg and Mendocino on the Pacific North Coast of California are host to Gray Whales, RV Park guests, and campers during March at The Hidden Pines Campgrounds and RV Park. Scroll this page for more photos, seasons, RV sites, camp sites, camp store, and more information.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Fort Bragg RV Park Campers Enjoy Hidden Pines RV Park - The Mendocino Pacific North Coast of California 2015 -

Fort Bragg and Mendocino RV Park camping fans enjoyed Championship NFL games at Hidden Pines campground and RV Park. The February Valentines Day holiday has green and beautiful sites with tables and fire rings too  as does The St. Patrick's Day Holiday. Cable and Wifi for guests who enjoy both at their RV site. Please scroll these pictures. Most sites are priced from $25 to $40 and Hidden Pines is just 1/4 mile from a beach or 1/2 mile to the Botanical gardens. Camping and RV site purchases are available by phone subject to the terms of  purchase.  Promotional rates are available through March 2015 starting at  $99 for 3 nights or 7 nights for $189 - "based on 2 people & 1 RV - Selected pets, boats, and/or more people can be added to most sites with reasonable rates too. Summer swimming in an indoor pool , camp fire wood, and propane are all available and well priced too at the Hidden Pines Camp Store. This picture shows tent I camp I plus RV camps 10 through 14.
                                                                          Game Room
A Group camp is set up here at RV Sites 10 and 11.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Hidden Pines RV Park - Fort Bragg - January 2015

Hidden Pines RV Park and Hidden Pines Campground are open all seasons. This January 2015 picture are group Tent  sites T, J plus RV site 29... looking up from the bottom loop. Site 29 offers a blue water view of the pacific ocean on a clear day, and is only 1/4 mile from a sandy beach cove.

Monday, January 5, 2015

Fort Bragg RV Park - RV Park and Campground Open All Seasons - Propane and Fuel Are Low!

The green winter of January 2015 has Fort Bragg, Hidden Pines RV Park travelers and campers excited. Green winter grasses and lush forests of Fort Bragg make a great place to winter. Best fresh forest mushroom season in many years. RV Park and propane are at their best prices too. The RV Park is hidden behind the camp store, 18701 North Highway 1 Fort Bragg, south of both bridges.

The front driveway at the store opens into an RV parking area behind the store plus two large loops so any size RV can tour the park easily without turning around to leave. Blue skies, mild temperatures and gentle breezes add smiles to visitors at their camp fires. Fresh crab with forest mushrooms yum yum. Hidden Pines RV sites are large with WIFI, cable, fire pits, and picnic tables. Fuel prices, propane, and Hidden Pines  RV park rates are all outstanding right now.  

Campsites too are open all year including winter. Register daily noon to 5 pm at the camp store or self register after 5pm at the night office behind the store. RV park tours are easy.
Just follow the driveway behind the store then follow the road with two loops. Showers, bathrooms, RV and camp sites are open to look at. Questions or advance purchase by phone are available daily. Be sure to leave your name and phone number if you get the answer machine so we can return your call at our earliest convenience. Guests can enjoy a private sandy beach only 1/4 of a mile from the camp store. 

Monday, December 22, 2014

Fort Bragg RV and Camping Report - December 2014 - Open For Winter Season

Fort Bragg RV parks and campgrounds enjoy low gas prices. Winter RV and camp site rates from $25 to $ 40 are available now at the Hidden Pines Campground 18701 North Coast Highway One, just 1/4 south of Highway 20 and 1/2 mile North of the Fort Bragg Botanical Gardens. Leave a message if we are busy, we are open every day all year long.  Call  (707) 961-5451
Large RV sites with Wifi, Electric, Cable and RV holding tank disposal are $33 per night purchased in advance or try a full week for only $189. Hidden Pines Campground also features fresh forest winter mushrooms, available now for $12 per pound at the camp market. Winter forest mushrooms include Golden Chanterelles, Black Trumpets, Pine, Hedgehogs and Yellow Feet.
These delicious and nutritious wild forest mushrooms are found in Mendocino forests and they are used by many fine restaurants whose chefs delight in their flavor and aromas. Winter crabs and mild temperatures await your visit. Today is the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. Temperatures were from a low of 52 to a high of 59 degrees today. Holidays are upon us now. Good, loving and tender moments are available to those who seek such things - if you are such a seeker may you find and seize them in abundance and may they fill your heart to overflowing for today and throughout the new year.  :0)  

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Fort Bragg RV Park November Preview - Mendocino Coast Fall Camping

November green grass and fair weather comes to the coast in Fort Bragg, good news for RV travelers and campers. Mendocino and Fort Bragg historically enjoy good weather in the month of November. Beach, boat and forest pleasures include a beautiful botanical garden, wild forest mushrooms, abalone and crab, surf and spear fishing, camp fires and songs. Great prices this year for gas and RV camping offers to many people a green light for their travel budget. November at The Hidden Pines Campground and RV park in Fort Bragg California offers advance purchase discount vacations plus great rates for the first come first serve guests too.  Call (707) 961-5451 for free planning or to make an advance purchase. This season find a reason for making a November RV or camping trip.

Enjoy these photos and then come see more, click on the HOME PAGE LINK at the top of the blog, and scroll down. Flowers, seascapes, and forest mysteries abound. My abalone card is only 1/2 used now, so November seafood and ocean Kayaking are in my plans. Crab season opens this November for sport fishermen and Dungenous crab are tasty.

Botanical gardens tours and education include wild forest mushroom information. Many of the finest restaurants pay dearly to obtain fresh wild forest mushrooms.

Artists hang out in Mendocino and so do musicians. Only 7.8 miles south from Hidden Pines is Mendocino Village where people come from around the world to experience their joy and romance. Art, sculpture, music, drama, and a few hippies too.

How about a one week RV park stay, with campfire ring, table, WIFI, cable, electric, water and sewer all included... The Advance purchase discount price is available now,  - $189 -
Do you want to know more? Call me.
(707) 961-5451.

All of these photos are at The Hidden Pines Campground and RV Park or within 1/2 mile from it. Want to see more pictures? Come to the HOME PAGE. 

- THE HOME PAGE LINK  - Just click on it.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Fort Bragg RV Park News - Fall Hidden Pines Vacation Deals - Spear Fishing & Abalone and more - October 2014

Fort Bragg RV park planning can include. Price, sunshine, fresh seafood, music and peace on the beach are fall activities int the RV Park and Campground at Hidden Pines in Fort Bragg. Spear fishing and abalone diving are very good in October. November is crab and spearfishing. December are the wild forest mushrooms. Food is healthy and delicious here on the north coast of California. With grocery store costs rising, consider using your time to come do a harvest, almost for free from the sea and forest. Call for more information (707) 961-5451.

A week at a beach for just a song? Well it is a bit more than a song, but not much. Sing songs and come see the sea. October is a great time to purchase vacations at Hidden Pines Campground. 

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Fort Bragg RV Park Guests and Campers Enjoy Fair Weather For Abalone Cooking

Some saved money and had fun in the sun this weekend in Fort Bragg, here at the RV Park or in a tent camp at Hidden Pines RV Park and Campground. Sites from $25 to $33 were popular picks, also a group camp and some larger RV sites were enjoyed as well. Abalone has six weeks plus change until the season will close. This week a blood moon eclipse and monster tides churned up the water a bit so viability was a challenge, but I found a few fresh red abalone and tried out a new secret recipe.

Friday, October 3, 2014

Fort Bragg RV Park - Heat Wave On The Beach - October 3, 2014

Warm weather on a Fort Bragg beach is a good day. The north coast of California in Mendocino county has blue skies, great weather and calm seas for the first weekend of October 2014. Hidden Pines RV park and campground is open all day every day on highway 1 in Fort Bragg where getting into the pacific ocean from a sandy beach in a protected cove, is just a short walk from camp. Some days gazing at the sea is all you can do. Today roll up your pants or put on your shorts, then walk along the sandy shore and wade toward the gentle waves and feel them work their magic on your legs and feet. I like to rub my toes in kelp that washes up on to shore. Some places sell kelp baths - yet I like the pacific salt spray and  massaging motion of the waves running towards the beach over my feet and then flowing back to the sea and around my ankles. Abalone season has 4 weeks remaining. If your in Fort Bragg or Mendocino stop by and have a look at the Hidden Pines RV Park and Campground. Check in at the store or use the self register night office. (707) 961-5451 :0)

Saturday, September 27, 2014

September 27, 2014 - Fort Bragg RV Park News - Beach Get Away

Hidden Pines - Beach Camp Get Away - a better way to use your RV - Parking or storing your RV ?  Use your RV as your beach house. Families from the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Chico often enjoy RV sites at Hidden Pines this way. Big sites, camp fires, great location - Beach, Botanical Garden, Dive Shop, Starbucks, Harbor and Shopping are other good reasons to stay at Hidden Pines. The family, your dog, and your friends will thank you.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

September 2014 - Fort Bragg RV Park - Camping Near A Beach.

Camping or an RV trip close to a Fort Bragg beach is a good way to end summer or begin the fall season. This year the weather is living up to the legacy at Hidden Pines Campground and RV Park. Here you can walk to a Fort Bragg sandy beach, only 1/4 mile, where the joy of the pacific and beauty of her sunsets are awaiting your visit to Mendocino county. Open 24 hrs - every day all year  so you can check in  any time you want after 1 pm at the camp store on Highway 1 or after 5 pm use the EZ self register office behind the store. For 3 nights or more you may wish to buy your site in advance - (707) 961-5451 and enjoy fall or winter promotional discount dates. Visit this link and scroll the blog for more pictures www.hiddenpinescampground.blogspot.com or call  707-961-5451 for questions, be sure to leave your phone number and name if you get the message machine. Thanks.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Fort Bragg RV Park - Breaking News Report - Fort Bragg & Mendocino - September 18, 2014 -

Hidden Pines Campground and RV Park in Fort Bragg, Mendocino county. Great location, RV Park is ready for fall big Red Abalone diving and wild forest mushrooms.  Fine dining :0)

2014 - Sunset At Fort Bragg Beach

Check in 1pm to 5pm daily at the camp store or use the self register night office after 5pm daily. A walk on a sandy beach or dip in the pool? Both are great ways to end the summer. Bring any size RV, camper or tent and enjoy a great location with bathrooms, showers, wifi, cable tv, fire pits and tables ready for your visit. Advance purchase is advised for more than 2 nights. First come first serve is recommended for 1 or 2 nights. Welcome to this RV Park in California, such a lovely place, such a lovely space... There is plenty to do at this RV Park in California  - You can check in any time you want to... but you may never want to leave. :0) Drive well and leave a message - 707-961-5451.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

RV Park News Report - Hidden Pines September 3, 2014 -

September 2014 is the season for adult RV camping in Fort Bragg. Kids are back at school as grown ups occupy the RV Park and campground at Hidden Pines Campground. Labor day weekend was warm with good fishing and abalone diving. The park was full and now the cleanup is completed. Beach week promotional sales provide large RV camps with fire Ring, Table, WiFi, Cable TV, Water, Power, and Sewer connection.  Call now and ask about - A Seven Night, $199 beach week. One week Tent Camps from $179. Scroll the blog for more information, maps, and photos.

Monday, August 25, 2014

Hidden Pines RV Park - Labor Day Report

The 2014 Labor Day holiday is here, and now is the time to come to the RV park or tent campground. Check in from 1pm to 5pm at the camp store, located at 18701 North Hwy One - in Fort Bragg, Mendocino county. Enjoy this spectacular north coast of California. Great sunsets and play time on a beach at the Pacific ocean :0) This picture was taken last week from across the street at Safeway in Fort Bragg. The Pacific ocean is laying flat and being pacific. I like the view, how about you? Abalone diving, spear and sport fishing too, drive safe. 
         A few recent pictures at Hidden Pines Campground, Fort Bragg.

    Notes for this weekends 2014 labor day - First come first serve camp sites can sell out fast. They begin at 1 pm daily at the camp store.  As I write this blog, one group tent camp for 12 people is available for advance purchase by calling 707-961-5451 - the price is $240 it includes; Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights with checkout noon on Monday with 2 tables, a fire ring and up to 8 people people plus 2 vehicles. One RV site is also available for advance purchase and includes; 3 nights; 1 vehicle, 1 RV, and up to 4 people for $150 - Note: pets are subject to breed restrictions, leashes and a fee of $15 per pet for 3 nights. Pool sessions are appointment only and cost $5 per swimmer or 3 swimmers for $10 - An adult must supervise all minor swimmers. The beach is free just 1/4 mile from camp. Blackberries are ripe and free for the picking :0)

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Fort Bragg RV Park Camping Report - August 2014 Planning Tip

RV parks in Fort Bragg are preparing camps in August for big Red abalone divers. Great salmon fishing in June and July has been the ticket in 2014. Hidden Pines Tent or RV sites are ready and waiting priced from $30 to $40 for 1 or 2 people, other sites are available that can accommodate from 3 to 10 people, call for price and availability. Calm seas for fishing and boating with clear, warm weather on this 24th day of July. Hidden Pines Campground offers a 1 night stay sold at the camp store 1pm to 5pm daily plus self register sold after 5pm, at the night office. RV or tent camping extended stays can be purchased in advance by the phone at 707-961-5451. If you get the message machine - please leave your name and number as we may be helping other people. The RV Park and campground are open every day. Ask about; free planning before your camping or RV site purchase, night arrivals with self registration, and first come first serve sites. Purchasing camping or RV sites at Hidden Pines Campground? All sales are final sales, rain or shine without refunds or changes. Plan before you buy. Buy what you can afford to risk if you have a change of plans.