Our Oak Glen Campsite is located on a one of a kind 60 Acre property in the middle of the Los Padres National Forest, and it’s conveniently only a 15 minute drive to town! Oak Glen Campsite is a tent camping site that features a bathroom building with flush toilets, sinks to wash up, and an equipment storage area. It also has picnic tables, sleeping platforms, running water and a covered porch.
As part of your stay, you will have access to our volleyball court, private hiking trails, program center, and amphitheater. We also have an Archery range available for an additional fee.
Please message us with your email address if you are interested in booking this site, we will need some additional paperwork from you before we can approve your booking request. Once we receive the additional paper work your booking request will be approved!
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 5 months out
- Response time: Within 24 hours
- Response rate: 80%
The vibe at Oak Glen Campsite
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Oak Glen is part of the whole Camp Lakota camping site (60 acres!). OG is ideal for group camping. There are platforms with roofs, but it still makes you feel like you're completely in nature. No tent is needed although Josh, the ranger & host, said that we were more than welcome to pitch a tent. One of the platforms had a pile of clean sleeping pads, which I used underneath my sleeping pad. We saw a few horseback riders on the main road (it's all dirt road by the way but any passenger car can drive through it). There were goats and sheep on the other side of the campsite, which they move around. We visited in September, which was already chilly but they do have a pool under renovation which would be pretty nice in the summer. There is a ropes course, archery, a sports field, stables (you can bring your horses). You'd just have to let the host ahead of time. I came to this campsite with one other person but I think it's best for larger groups! You're also about 15 minutes driving to Mt. Pinos. We explored a private trail nearby too. There's plenty to do here and right outside of this campsite. Lots of renovation going on too so if you're interested in learning more about what's available, check in with the host!
Loved this site! Me and eight of my friends went to Camp Lakota for the weekend and had a blast. The ranger Josh was super helpful! Nothing bad to say. We played with the goats and sheep, hiked Mt. Pinos and checked out Frazier Park. Great time.