Me and my family stay there for 7 days in may 2016.. clean and comfortable laid back great family place very close to anything you could possibly need grocery stores gas station laundromat Pharmacy... And a wonderful family camping experience..
Be advised if you stay at this placeWe stayed here a couple of days July 4th, 2012 with our motor home and a towed-in vehicle. We were charged for the tow vehicle which is very unusual; all other campgrounds we've stayed at Do Not charge for a towed in vehicle. Our reservations for the site were charged out immediately on our credit card. This is illegal, campgrounds, hotels, motels can hold reservations for you but must not charge it out until you present the card. When brought up to the owner; she simply replied that that was the way they'd always done it.The sites were some kind of horrid burdock, no grass and very little tree cover for the RV sites.The showers and rest rooms were fairly well maintained. There is an understandable fee to use the pool and showers.The dump site was very difficult to use.Over-all we would not stay here again.
Hidden Pines is a gem, or um, a flower! Honestly, there is greenery and plants in all the the sites. Its clean, quiet, breezy and peaceful here. The location in proximity to the town/coast cannot be beat - right on Hwy 1; next to Hwy 20. RV repair, gas station, Harvest Market, Noyo Harbor, Pomo Bluffs... Botanical Gardens all within walking distance. Yes, the ocean access is across the Hwy, it is not far, and leads to the semi-private beach at Hare Creek. Imo, Caspar and the KOA farther north have more accessible beach, but they are quite far from most attractions and amenities. Hidden Pines has the absolute best balance of both. You can see and smell the ocean from the Hidden Pines park, but also maintain some privacy and distance from the beach. The owners and residents are kind and courteous; plus there's Wi-Fi in all the sites!