With our trailer following behind us, we were making good time as we headed down California’s North Coast. And then, just a hop, skip and a jump from our destination, we came upon a traffic jam, causing Reg to hit the brakes. Twenty minutes later we were on our way and saw no visible signs of a cause for delay.
Our destination was a private campground across the road from Patrick’s Point State Park, the only place we could find when hunting for a last minute reservation. We checked in and were given a sheet of rules listing all the offenses that would cause us to be required to leave. A little over-the-top, but since our camping buddies weren’t joining us, we figured we could restrain ourselves from causing too much of a ruckus!
Patrick’s Point State Park hugs the cliffs of Northern California, offering spectacular ocean views and a network of forested trails. Had the weather been a little nicer, we may have spent more time exploring. We did drive through the campground and the sites looked amazing. Good incentive to reserve early for a return trip.