We stayed at Albee Creek in Humboldt Redwoods State Park in July 2013. I definitely found Albee Creek to be somewhat of an oddity. It could be because the name continuously reminded of a very odd character in the show Big Love. Anyway, after having stayed in the northern redwoods at Jedediah Smith and Del Norte campgrounds, Albee was unique in that while there were very large trees in the campground, there was no other understory vegetation. You could literally see everything your neighbors were doing, and vice versa. Space #16 and those on the northern side of Albee are all on a slope. Certainly they flattened out areas for tents and tables, etc., but someone was always sliding a bit. However, the southern side of the campground is down on the flat meadow, where you can watch the deer graze, as well as bear grabbing apples from the trees. This was a very fun part of staying at Albee. It seems to me that space #25 is the best, because it is down on the edge of the meadow near the deer. It has even fewer trees so again, there is no privacy, but there is more natural light, which is lacking in general around all these massive trees.
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