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Fort Bragg camping

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I am planning a late season camping trip in the Fort Bragg area in the next few weeks and am looking for opinions about campgrounds. Based on the info on the state parks web site, the campgrounds at Van Damme, MacKerricher and Hendy Woods are open or partially open this month. I haven't been to this area in ages, so I don't really remember the pluses and minuses of the campground in these parks. I am looking for some opinions from anyone familiar with the area.

We'll have a small group of adults and will be staying in a camping trailer and a tent. We are hoping for decent weather - the early storms to pass and then have some clear weather for awhile - but if it rains we can crowd into the camping trailer. Basically we just want to get together and hang out before the holidays, unplug, and enjoy some scenery. If the weather is good, we'll do some hiking, beachcombing, and photography. If the weather is bad, we'll hang out in the trailer and play cards and go into Fort Bragg and Mendocino to poke around and hang out.

Thanks.

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