My husband and I spent one night at Mill Creek before we hit the trails for some backcountry camping. Site 95 was a beautiful and secluded site. While many of the other sites are side-by-side and separated by some trees, this site was nestled up amongst the trees and at the base of a redwood and tree roots. You park and walk up a set of stairs to get to the campsite. We had a small two-person tent but the site could probably fit comfortably two 6 person tents. While the temperature was in the high 50s and low 60s, there were still a good number of mosquitoes.
The women's shower on the Site 95 loop was great. Good water pressure and hot. My husband said the men's shower did not have good water pressure and was only warm, not hot. The showers only take quarters but if you don't have any quarters, there are two camp hosts you can get quarters from.
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