Sleepy Hollow RV Park

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30661 North Highway 101
Willits, CA 95490

(707) 459-0613
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Park Features & Amenities

Camp Basics

Park Type:

Private

Sites:

18

Pull Through Sites:

6

Full Hookup Sites:

18

Pets Allowed:

Yes

Age Restrictions:

None

Extended Stay:

Yes

Shaded Sites:

Yes

Big Rigs:

Yes

Credit Cards Accepted: NA

Utilities & Amenities

Power: 30 Amps

Restrooms:

Yes

Showers:

Yes

Laundry:

No

Dumping:

Yes

Propane:

No

Wireless Internet:

Yes

Cable TV:

No

Recreation

Clubhouse:

Yes

Billiards/Pool:

Yes

Owner Notes

A small family owned park, a safe stop over on your way to and from your destinations.

Traveler Tips

*Cash or Checks only. NO credit cards accepted.


*Laundry, propane and pool nearby.



Traveler Reviews


Byron L.
24 reviews
2

Too Much Road Noise

Called to check availability and got voicemail. Went on in and the place was empty, the office and the park. Sign said office is open 4-6 pm and had instructions to pick a site and leave cash with registration card in locked box. Stayed two nites and never did see anyone. Grass needed mowing. Nice duck pond. Sites are very narrow, no picnic table or fire pit there and really no room for your own chairs or small table. FHUs and pretty good WiFi. No cable and no TV reception. Our Verizon cell phone and jet pack also got no service. Even at Passport America half off rate of $20 it was over priced.

Date of Stay:
 April, 2018
Rate Paid:
 $20.00

ktom
21 reviews
2

Drive through

We drove thru on the driveway?
The spaces were long but the drainage ditch at the end of the spaces was terrible. We didn't get off the driveway . We were afraid we would. Bottom out trying to get out of space.

Date of Stay:
 September, 2017

sandybee
9 reviews
2

Just Passing Through

We scouted this park as we were hoping to find an rv park
in the Willits area other than the very popular and crowded KOA. Sleepy Hollow is a tiny campground right next to Hwy 101 just north of Willits. This campground has the feel that someone has turned their front yard into a campground to earn a few dollars. There was no one in the office to talk to when we scouted. This campground would be OK for an overnight stay. Maximum stay is 3 nights according to the sign on the door. The sites are long and will handle big rigs. If the campground is empty, all sites are pull through. If the campground is full, they would be back ins. Backing in might prove a challenge. All sites are full hook ups. As it's on Hwy 101, traffic noise is constant. They have a very small pond with a couple of chairs for guest use. This park, as well as many of the campgrounds along the Redwood Highway (101) are old and struggling to survive. However, this park had the appearance of being clean and tidy. We did not see the bathrooms or showers. We found pamphlets for Passport America, so we imagine that this park honors those rates. The rate listed is what was posted on the door. We did not stay here but if we needed a place to stop over night, this park would do nicely. Keep in mind that this is a campground only. Stores, gas stations, restaurants, etc are 10 miles away in Willits.

Rate Paid:
 $30.00