Mendocino Grove

Mendocino Grove

9601 CA-1
Mendocino, California 95460
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Local Phone: (707) 880-7710
E-mail: [email protected]

Mendocino Grove (formerly New Mendocino Campground) is a luxury camping experience in the coastal woods of Mendocino. Enjoy all the romance of camping without the hassle of tent wrangling and gear.

Features include roomy tents, comfy beds, crisp white linens and down comforters. The site is a 1-minute drive to the town of Mendocino and beach at Big River.

This secluded historic property is located on 37 acres of woodland 1/4 mile south of the charming town of Mendocino and a spectacular beach at the mouth of Big River.

These roomy safari tents (12-feet-by-14-feet) housed on wooden platforms come fully outfitted with a queen bed, down comforter, cotton linens and sling back chairs. Fire pits are nearby or at your site. The bathroom facility is newly renovated with hot showers and heated floors.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Cost per dog: $35 Per Stay
  • Other comments: Well behaved pets over the age of 1 (no puppies) are welcome.

Property amenities:

  • Cozy Dog Beds
  • Dining/water bowls
  • Special treats
  • Dog Park
  • Dog Wash Station with hot water, shampoo and towels

Glamping - Photo Credit: AutoCamp
Glamping - Photo Credit: AutoCamp
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Photo Credit: @colby_1_kenobi
Photo Credit: @colby_1_kenobi
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Glamping at the Mendocino Grove campground
Glamping at the Mendocino Grove campground
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