Description

Oak Hollow Campground in Calaveras Big Trees State Park is one of two walk-in campgrounds among the redwoods. With more than 50 campsites, Oak Hollow Campground is located about two miles into the park allowing for privacy. Campsites are located along a loop that is mostly away from the road and have access to bathrooms and showers. Sites good for the most privacy are 95, 96, Continue reading...

Oak Hollow Campground in Calaveras Big Trees State Park is one of two walk-in campgrounds among the redwoods. With more than 50 campsites, Oak Hollow Campground is located about two miles into the park allowing for privacy. Campsites are located along a loop that is mostly away from the road and have access to bathrooms and showers. Sites good for the most privacy are 95, 96, 102, 106, 107, 112, 113, 115, with the two absolute best being 112 and 113.

Campsite area
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No. of sites
112
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 8 people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Showers available
Picnic table available
No RV hookup
Biking
Fishing
Hiking
Snow sports
Swimming
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching
Boating
Horseback riding
Paddling
Wind sports
OHV
Climbing
Surfing
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Hipcamper Lindsey
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This campground was further from noise of hwy 4 and tourists than North Grove Campground. Nice, shady sites, some quite large. However, many sites are on slopes which means carrying your gear up/down stairs from your car.

Hipcamper Beth
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Just camped at Oak Hollow 113 over Memorial Day weekend. While North Grove seemed a bustle of both campers and extra day visitors, Oak Hollow (over 3 miles further into the park) has more tranquility. Camp spaces felt more spread out, and somewhat more private depending on the spot. A lot of fallen trees, large stumps and creek beds create natures playground which the kids LOVED! It does look like most campsites only have one really good tent space, and some of them don't look that level. Our second tent was definitely on a slant, but I'd book 113 again because the overall site was extremely spacious and private. A double bear box handled 2 families worth of food, which was necessary because there were a couple bears wandering camp.

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Hipcamper Bryan
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Stayed in site 117. Large site but definitely sloped. There were several steps down from the site's assigned parking area to the picnic table, fire ring, bear locker and tent site. Convenient water spigots and bathrooms throughout the campground. Showers were in a slightly rough shape but overall clean and hot. Staying in Oak Hollow puts you closer to the South Grove loop, an easy two hour hike that's worth doing. Great place overall.

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Park
Calaveras Big Trees State Park
State
California
Phone Number
(209) 795-2334
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
38.273° N, 120.291° W
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