Harbor RV Anchorage

159 Starfish Way
Crescent City, CA 95531

(707) 464-1724
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lenda b.
1 review

Hight prices for nothing.. except a view

I have to say I am very unhappy here but this park has been the lowest priced park in our area,, low income people have been able to afford a place to live,, in our own RVs,, on a piece small piece of asphalt, the winters are harsh, My space fills with water all winter,, Electrical receptacles are falling over, water spickets broke all over the park. I payed 325 when I moved here 3 years ago,, it has been raised each year since we are now at 375,, Noting has been done to improve the park, we still have broken washers and dryers in laundry room..
My neighbor has guns and has threatened people with them.. I counted 18 going into his house after he was suppose to have removed them.. My daughter and I had to hit the floor because the cops were going around his trailer with gun drawn,, while other cops were on bull horn shouting come out... he never has been even reprimanded and still is a drunken terror...
we get nothing for the raised fees not even our safety.. now there is no change except the rent on my space has gone up 75.00. from 375 to 450.. with a 200 deposit and a dog deposit. I cannot afford this ..and many here also can not.. . nothing has changed here except the rules have been better enforced, as to trashy people they had to clean up a bit..
oh one change, our Cable service is being downgraded... fewer channels.. I did not recognize the service name.. today I am moving to a space that is now 400, all of us monthly are being put towards the back of the park.. I have lived here for 3 years.. I am looking for a place that people on SSi can afford to live. I ask the harbor lady to consider us,, she said talk to the city. most here are on a fixed income and have lived here for years.. and I feel we are going to be forced out with the fee raises they have proposed.. I am thrilled they have cleaned up of course it is not harbor they don't take over til june 1st... We were told major repairs will be done that will be inconvenient for us.. water shut of and such.,,, well they ought not put fee hikes on us .. until they do some upgrading....Good luck on tourist renting the 500 spaces... no fishing these day,, and the roads here are a disaster,,, good luck with the new name and changes... I think the new name is camper village,,,...I though anchor was so fitting and a land mark

Date of Stay:
 May, 2017

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Marty L.
1 review

Great Location

We stay here a couple times every year for several days. Management is very friendly, laundry room and restrooms are always very clean.
There is lots of old trailers that apparently either live there permanently or fisherman but they don't bother you and it's very quiet there.
Right next to the Ocean with great views and sound of the Ocean, fire pits to build your own little campfire.
Excellent Restaurants within easy walking distance.
Only downfall is we have had to go after cable box the last couple years. No activity at park just the Ocean, so if your looking for games etc in park it's not for you.

Date of Stay:
 July, 2015

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Heather M.
1 review

Awsome place, location, and people!

We stayed here for a week or so and absolutely loved our stay! The veiw is beautiful and the people that work there are so nice. We have made some new family friends. And a location we will be coming back to over and over! So yes i highly suggest harbor anchorage rv :)

Date of Stay:
 February, 2016

Robin M.
1 review

Awesome View!

We chose this park strictly for the view. Other than that it has nothing to offer. We were directly across the street from the beach and within walking distance to a good restaurant and the sea lions. The park is pretty run down with mostly full time locals. They don't take credit cards as their website suggests and if you need to use their showers it's a $5 deposit for a key. It's paved sites and it was quiet. We were just passing thru and served our purposes. Stayed here in a 38ft class A RV.

Date of Stay:
 February, 2014
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