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Redwood Resort RV Park is located at 150 Grove Street in Boulder Creek, California. It has a current HCD permit for 1 mobile home and 20 RV sites. In addition to the 21 licensed HCD spaces, it has 8 cabins, 2 additional RV sites with 30 amp electric and full hook ups, and a seasonal campground with 22 camping sites. Of the 22 camping sites 19 are for tent or dry, 2 RV sites with 30 amp electric, and 1 RV site with 20 amp electric and full hookups. All campground sites have a pedestal, BBQ grill, and a picnic table. There are bathrooms and showers open 24/7 for the tenants. There is a swimming pool, ping pong table, and badminton area. The park is open to all ages.
Boulder Creek is located in Santa Cruz County. Boulder Creek sits just below the peak of the Santa Cruz Mountains, a short distance over the hill from Silicon Valley. Walking through downtown can feel like entering a time capsule, with some of the towns popular bars and restaurants occupying buildings dating back to the early 1900’s. Boulder Creek is the gateway to Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California’s oldest state park. Santa Cruz County is home to the University of Santa Cruz and Bethany University. The total population in the county is 270,861
What is there to do near Redwood Resort and RV Park in Boulder Creek, CA?
There are several things to do near Redwood Resort and RV Park in Boulder Creek, CA. Some of the popular activities include hiking among the giant redwoods in the nearby Big Basin Redwoods State Park, enjoying water sports such as swimming, fishing and boating on nearby Loch Lomond Reservoir, visiting the museums and art galleries in the nearby town of Santa Cruz, exploring the Quail Hollow Ranch County Park for hiking, horseback riding and wildlife viewing, taking a scenic drive on the Pacific Coast Highway, or visiting the Mystery Spot for fun optical illusions. Other nearby attractions include the Seymour Marine Discovery Center, the Roaring Camp Railroads and the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.