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Ride along the beautiful Santa Barbara coast, the central Monterey coast, or anywhere you want in this huge forest. The recomme...Read more
You can fish in the rivers and streams located throughout the forest, and fish in the ocean on the Monterey coast at Sand Dolla...Read more
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The Saint Lucia Mountains have been taken by horseback many a’ times, and the time you visit should be no exception. To truly f...Read more
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BEWARE this is a terrible campground! We were there last weekend and (9/15) it was infested with huge black widows. We saw more than 10 on the perimeter of our site. There were also nests and baby black widows under our camping table. The bathrooms were out of order and there was one portable bathroom in terrible condition. It looked and smelled like it hadn't been emptied in months.
Very empty and quiet during the week. Easy to walk up to. Close proximity to Solvang, Lake Cachuma, and the Santa Yñez river swimming holes. Large plots, bathrooms, and water for cleaning. No showers though. Didn’t encounter the host once during a 3 night stay, no problems at the site though. The closest store (might’ve been called paradise campground something) was closed down, along with the restaurant there. Very easy 30 min drive over the mountains to Santa Barbara.