Big Lagoon County Park Campground
Review by Justin Wilson
Big Lagoon Campground in Humboldt County, California is small rustic campground offering shaded beach front camping.
Big Lagoon County Park Campground is located in Humboldt County, California and is a small rustic campground offering shaded beach front camping. The campground is easily accessible from US Highway 101 and the nearby city of Eureka and is popular with windsurfers and kayakers. While Big Lagoon County Park Campground is rustic, it does offer a number of amenities, a boat launch, including picnic tables, fire rings, bathrooms, and firewood sales. All campsites in Big Lagoon County Park Campground are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Big Lagoon County Park Campground Bottom Line
Big Lagoon County Park Campground is an easy camping getaway if you are in the area, but we would not recommend it as a camping destination. Since Big Lagoon County Park Campground lacks privacy many campers try to create privacy by stringing rope and sheets or positioning cars between campsites. If you do plan to camp here, we recommend that you get one of the campsites situated along the beach/lagoon, as they offer more privacy. A few great things about Big Lagoon County Park Campground is that you are allowed to have beach fires, the boat access to the lagoon, and you are near the ocean.
Big Lagoon County Park Campground Features
Number of Campsites:
Medium – High
Cell Phone Service:
Kayak rentals are available at the boat ramp Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Humboldt County, California
Paved Road Access:
Proximity to Stores:
Approximately 8 Miles to Trinidad
7 miles north of Trinidad. Take Hwy. 101 to Big Lagoon County Park Road and follow the signs
Summer – There are lots of water activities available at Big Lagoon County Park Campground in the summertime. Keep in mind that there is often marine layer cloud cover in this area, do not expect it to be sunny.