Westport-Union Landing State Beach RV & Campground Guide


Lose yourself in the sound of the sea at Westport-Union Landing State Beach. As the waves crash against this 3-mile stretch of rocky Pacific shore, you'll feel the rest of the world fade away. Spend your days hiking along cliffs dotted with wildflowers or try your luck at surf fishing. The dramatic landscape is rife with opportunities for photography, and you'll often see professionals out capturing the sunset or the mountains that rise to the east. You won't find crowds or amenities here; the closest town is tiny Fort Bragg, 19 miles south, and Sacramento and San Francisco lie about 200 miles away. As you're packing for a trip, prepare for conditions that can swing from hot and sunny to cold and windy in the space of an hour. In most cases, the coastal temperatures are cool, so wearing a warm layer is a must.

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Spring 45-60 F
Summer 50-65 F
Fall 45-65 F
Winter 40-55 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Westport-Union Landing State Beach

Given the cool weather at Westport-Union Landing State Beach, an RV is the perfect warm and dry home base for your adventures. Don't worry if you don't own an RV yet: An RV rental gives you the chance to try out the motorhome you've always wanted.

Westport-Union Landing State Beach Campgrounds

If you're hoping to get on the beach early in the morning, the Westport-Union Landing State Beach Campgrounds are the ideal place to camp. There are three campgrounds within the beach boundaries, each perched on the bluffs. Grab a site on the western edge for the best sunset views; no matter where you park, you'll be able to fall asleep to the sound of the surf. Sites here are all primitive with no hookups or dump station access, so it's important to prepare accordingly. Keep in mind that these campgrounds offer sites on a first-come, first-served basis. Expect a nightly fee starting at $35.

Westport Beach RV Park and Campground

Looking for RV sites with full hookups? The closest option to Westport-Union Landing State Beach is Westport Beach RV Park and Campground, which lies just to the south. Here, you can choose sites with views of the ocean or Wages Creek; primitive sites are also available. Limited Wi-Fi service is available, and you'll also have access to a store, coin-operated showers and a dump station. The park is ideal for families thanks to the on-site playground, volleyball courts and private beach. Premium sites with full hookups start at $70 for two people while standard full-hookup sites are $62 for two people. The park charges an extra $7 per night for each additional adult and $5 per night for each child. Pets are allowed for a $2-per-night surcharge. If you're visiting in the winter, you'll get a great deal as RV sites are just $49.

MacKerricher State Park Campground

Watch seals relaxing on the beach a short walk from your campsite at MacKerricher State Park Campground. With 140 sites, this is a great spot to check out if everything is full at Westport-Union Landing State Beach. MacKerricher is popular with families; during the summer, rangers run a full schedule of campfire programs and other activities. This park doesn't offer hookups, but every site comes with a picnic table and campfire ring. There's a dump station inside the campground as well as bathrooms with hot showers. Sites at MacKerricher start at $35 per night, and many can be reserved online in advance.

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Inside Westport-Union Landing State Beach

The best way to explore Westport-Union Landing State Beach is on foot, and with 3 miles of shoreline to cover, there's plenty to see. Bring your camera and be sure to come for at least one sunset because the rocky shoreline and sea stacks are remarkably photogenic. The park is also a popular spot for surf fishing during the day and net fishing after dark. Even if you don't plan to fish yourself, it's worth the walk to watch the anglers at work.

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How to Get to
Westport-Union Landing State Beach

The only way to get to Westport-Union Landing State Beach is on Highway 1. Take this well-traveled road north from Fort Bragg or south from Leggett and Piercy. If you're coming from farther inland, you can access Highway 1 from Highway 101 or Highway 20.

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Entering Westport-Union Landing State Beach

Westport-Union Landing State Beach is open every day of the year from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Entry is free for day use, so you can come and go as you please.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Westport-Union Landing State Beach

Are pets allowed at Westport-Union Landing State Beach?

Delve into nature with your pets at Westport Union Landing State Beach. They will need to be on a leash of no longer than 6 feet and chaperoned wherever they go, even on the beach.

Is Westport-Union Landing State Beach accessible for disabled visitors?

You can book a beach wheelchair for free at Westport Union Landing State Beach. Bookings need to be made at least seven days ahead by calling 707-937-5721. You will need a way to move the wheelchair to different locations.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Westport-Union Landing State Beach?

While there aren’t designated RV camping spots, RVs up to 25 feet can stay in one of the 86 primitive spots spread out over three campgrounds. There aren’t any hookups available for RV camping, however.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Westport-Union Landing State Beach and what is the cost?

Westport Union Landing State Beach doesn’t accept any type of reservation. Camping spots are only offered in person. The $35 per night fee can only be paid by cash or check.

What is the climate of Westport-Union Landing State Beach?

Northern California enjoys a moderate oceanic climate. This coastal area has cooler summers that only reach an average high of 74 degrees by July. The rainy winter generally falls to an average of around 46 degrees.