Springtime at Figueroa Mountain is where it's at! Dust off those flower identification books because these hillsides are known for being jam packed with wildflowers. Birds come from all over during their migration to stop at this beautiful spot, and so do the people—being in such close proximity to various trailheads, this campground can be used as your home base for quick access to more good times. The grounds are large and spread out, with a first-come, first-served system. Make sure you plan for your own water and stay hydrated throughout your stay! Icing on the cake would be making sure to pick up a growler from Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company on your way.
Offered near the campground.
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There was a patch of a few miles of non-paved road, which my Honda Civic survived but if you have a low car I wouldn't suggest using it. It was really open and you aren't too close to your neighbors. The bathrooms are pretty gnarly. But a beautiful site!