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Florence Keller County Park & Campground

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Florence Keller Park is located 3 miles North of Crescent City at Elk Valley Crossroad and Cunningham Lane. It has 50 tent sites located in second growth redwoods. Vehicles up to 32 feet long may be accommodated. Tent sites are $10 per night, on a first come, first serve basis. Extra vehicles are $5 per site. A large day use picnic area is available for $60 per day. It will accommodate up to 100 people. The large picnic area contains horseshoe pits, volleyball court, tether ball and swings. A small day use area is available for $30 and accommodates up to 25. The park offers 7 easy walking trails, one of which is wheelchair accessible. Reservations for the day use picnic areas must be made a minimum of 30 days in advance.

Recreational Opportunities

volley ball court
tether ball

What�s close to Florence Keller:
Drive-In Theatre
28 par golf course for nine holes

Seasons Accessible

year round

Fees: Tent sites are $10 per night, Extra vehicles are $5 per site. A large day use picnic area is available for $60 per day.

 ADA Accessibility Notes
The park offers 7 easy walking trails, one of which is wheelchair accessible.
 Pet Friendly Notes
Pets on a leash are welcome.

For More Information, Contact:

Del Norte County Parks Department

840 9th Street, Suite 11, Crescent City, CA 95531
(707) 464-7230

Brian wrote on May 03, 2015: Just got back from there yesterday. Favorite site is #20. Make sure to walk the short John Dee trail. It's a paved trail and wheelchair friendly. The ferns are incredible, and take a couple of minutes to wonder at the fallen log with 5 young redwoods growing from it! Before you go, read up a little on the redwoods, it really tells you what to look for and enhances the experience!

Amanda wrote on March 15, 2015: This is the absolute most-beautiful campground I've camped at. Such stunning scenery to spend nature in, spacious sites and a wonderful location in proximity to other acivities -- such as visiting the beautiful coast.

brendon wrote on August 11, 2014: sites are now $15. still a deal.

Sarah wrote on January 28, 2014: When all the other campgrounds around were charging $30 a night, we found this place for only $10 a night. The scenery was like something out of a fairytale and the tent sites were beautiful. I'm very glad we stayed here.

Dan Peck wrote on September 08, 2013: OMG!!!! Was a amazing place I camped three 3 day and every place I turned as even more beautiful than the sites I just saw. I was n site 20 . You will have a guardian horse above youand you will have a tree goddess in front of you. Had to be at top 5 best places I've camped

JP wrote on August 13, 2013: Simple and convenient...not to mention beautiful and affordable

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Longitude: -124.151537400
Latitude: 41.808700600
Elevation: 62 FT (19 M)
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