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Sounds of the Sea R.V. Park, 3443 Patrick's point dr. Trinidad Ca. 95570

Good Sam Rated (8/*10/8)8.0  9.0* 10.0

Woodalls Approved FIVE Diamond

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Full refund to any camper requesting a refund on campsite fees and leaving within two hours of check-in. Guarantee applies to campsite fees only.

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Located 5 miles North of Trinidad, California, on Patricks Point Drive, 1 mile South of Patricks Point
State Park, approximately 300 feet above sea level,
you'll find Sounds of the Sea !

Good Sam Rated (8/*10/8) Woodalls ApprovedCalifornia Travel (CTPA) ApprovedAAA Approved

Gateway to : Patrick's Point State Park

Redwood National Park - Fern Canyon -

Ladybird Johnson Grove - Tallest tree in the world




Historical Patricks Point School Built 1912

First Class Health Facility..no charge 18 and older -Certified Trainer Available $35.00 for one Hour Consultation           

Walk to the Beach or Ride to town

Large SuperLots
  • Ocean View
  • Private Wood Deck
  • Fire Ring
  • 100 Channel Cable
  • Full Hook up w/wifi Public Business/email Center


Park Model Rentals
  • Ocean View
  • Fire Ring
  • 100 Channel Cable
  • Completly Furnished w/wifi




The Tsurai (Cher-eye) Indians discovered it more than 350 years ago.  And their descendants are still here, carving graceful seaworthy canoes from giant redwood logs.

A Portuguese sea captain, Sebastian Rodriguez Cermeno, discovered the bay  in 1595.  Then it was discovered by the Spanish captains Hezeta and Bodega, who anchored here June 9, 1775; they named the port La Santisima Trinidad.   In 1793 Captain George Vancouver found the natives friendly and courteous, just the way you wll find them today.  Russian and other seafaring fur traders found harbor in Trinidad Bay in the early 1800s.  In December of 1849, Josiah Gregg and seven companions discovered Trinidad  after a harrowing month-long struggle over the mountains from the gold diggings (they went on to discover Humboldt Bay), and the rush was on.  Gold-seekers from all over the world used Trinidad as a supply port for mines on the Klamath, Trinity, and Salmon rivers goods, gear, and miners were offloaded, and lumber to build San Francisco was on-loaded for the trip back.  Seekers of treasure of all kinds, gold, timber, whales, fish, crabs, recreation, burls, beauty, the good life have discovered Trinidad.  Now it is your turn.

The piers history dates from the 1850s when Trinidad was a boom town supplying the gold rush.  Later, it was the only local seaport to ship lumber from the flourishing sawmills of the area.  In the early 1900s the pier served as a whaling station. 


Questions? Give us a call at (toll free in North America) 1-877-489-6360  OR 1-707-677-3271




3443 Patrick's Point Dr, Trinidad, California 95570 Phone: (707) 677-3271