Many campers have been coming for generations. The peaceful setting at the Woodlands provides a unique environment for retreats, training seminars, dance, music, church, youth, nature study groups and more. Your group will be a welcome addition.
Woodlands Camp FAQ's:
Question: What is the Mendocino Woodlands Camp Association?
Answer: The (MWCA) is a nonprofit corporation that has operated and maintained the facilities at the Mendocino Woodlands State Park since 1949.
Question: What is The Mendocino Woodlands State Park?
Answer: The Park is a National Historic Landmark built in the 1930s and is nestled in 700 acres of redwood trees, ferns, and glades. Refer to Mendocino Woodlands page below.
Question: What else does the (MWCA) do?
Answer: Environmental education is an essential and special component offered by MWCA.
Question: What type of education is offered?
Answer: Qualified professional staff members guide campers and students in exploring and learning about wildlife and plant communities to better understand and respect our natural world.
Question: What kind activities does the Woodlands Camp provide?
Answer: The camp is ideal for retreats, training seminars, dance, music, church, youth, nature study groups and more.
Mendocino Woodlands Camp
The Mendocino Woodlands Camp Association (MWCA) is a nonprofit corporation that has operated and maintained the facilities at the Mendocino Woodlands State Park since 1949. The Park is a National Historic Landmark built in the 1930s and is nestled in 700 acres of redwood trees
Mendocino Woodlands State Park
The park sits in the heart of the redwood forest, nine miles east of Mendocino. With its 200 buildings, originally located on 5,000 acres, were built by hand by unemployed skilled workers of the Federal Works Progress Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's.
Historical Facts Mendocino Woodlands
Mendocino Woodlands Recreational Demonstration Area (added 1997 - Mendocino County - #97001262) Also known as Mendocino Woodlands Outdoor Center 11301 Little Lake Road, Mendocino (7200 acres, 93 buildings, 88 structures, 181 objects) forest seven miles
Driving directions to the Mendocino Woodlands
A map with directions to the Mendocino Woodlands from Santa Rosa, Bay Area, Eureka, Clearlake, Williams area, and from Sacramento area.
MapQuest driving directions to the Mendocino Woodlands
MapQuest allows you to print off the directions to the Mendocino Woodlands. You can also email the Mendocino Woodlands directions to pda's, laptops and computer's of your family, friends and other campers.
Mendocino Woodlands Photo's
Mendocino Woodlands Pictures
Mendocino Woodlands photo's of the landscaping and buildings of the Woodlands
Mendocino Woodlands Camp from Space
Address: 39350 Little Lake Rd, Mendocino, CA 95460
Check Campsite Availability:
Mendocino Woodlands Camp/Calendar of Camps
This is the place to check availability when planning your group??s camp, or to see about joining an existing camp. Joining an existing group is a wonderful way to come to the Woodlands and enjoy all that this magical place has to offer. If any of these camps are of interest to you, be sure to contact them soon, as space is limited.
Get a Job:
Mendocino Woodlands Employment
To apply for a position, please submit your résumé and cover letter Jeanne Coleman, Environmental Education Director. Mail: Mendocino Woodlands Camp Association
P.O. Box 267, Mendocino, CA 95460 Fax: 707-937-5415 E-mail: Education@MendocinoWoodlands.org
Don't' Get Lost:
CA State Park Latitude/Longitude, Area, & GIS Maps - Mendocino Woodlands
Make sure that when you are hiking in and around the Mendocino Woodlands that you have the right coordinates for you GPS, it is easy to get lost for days without one.