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The 10 best camping spots in California.

The land where ‘Ski, surf, hike, and camp in one California day’ rings true.

Songdog West Campsites
Abraham
Abraham: This place is a gem. I'm almost afraid to rate it so well because I don't want it to get crowded, but...
Desert Mountain Majesty
Ricky
Ricky: Sky Camp made for the perfect Joshua Tree retreat. Just a short drive away from the national park, it...
Camping in California is about as diverse as it gets from camping near the lowest point in the United States in the Death Valley desert to the highest point in the lower 48 states at Mt. Whitney in the Inyo Forest. Nearby, you can camp near, and hike among the oldest living organisms in the world, some over 5000 years of age in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. Head west and Read more...
Camping in California is about as diverse as it gets from camping near the lowest point in the United States in the Death Valley desert to the highest point in the lower 48 states at Mt. Whitney in the Inyo Forest. Nearby, you can camp near, and hike among the oldest living organisms in the world, some over 5000 years of age in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. Head west and you’ll be greeted with 1,100 miles of coastline, perhaps most renowned by those looking to pitch a tent or park an RV along the Big Sur coast. City-dwellers take advantage of the micro-climates when camping near San Francisco, and Los Angeles where you can comfortably pitch your tent nearly 365 days a year. Find almost anything your heart desires from bike-camping, wine-camping on vineyards, to snow camping in Sierra huts and yurts to tree-houses galore throughout. Golden in the summer, and often green in the winter, the Golden State welcomes campers with open arms.
Irish Creek Camp
Francesco
Francesco: Irish Creek Camp is a fantastic place! It was exactly as advertised and what I was looking for – a...
Columbia Flat
Jay
Jay: Angela and Jeff's property is truly a hidden gem! It’s tucked away in the mountains but with so much...
Visit the Inyo National Forest to see one of the oldest trees in the world—Methuselah, a nearly 5,000-year-old bristlecone pine.
Pianetta Ranch & Winery Camp
Tim
Tim: We had a short but sweet stay at Pianetta Ranch. Everyone we dealt with, from reservation to on-site,...
Pfeiffer Big Sur Campground
Nate
Nate: We stayed at campsite 177 based on Sarah's recommendation and loved it. Right on the river, and within...
Reaching more than 14,000 feet toward the sky, Mount Whitney is the highest peak in the lower 48 states.
Camp Nylen Group Camp
Anisha
Anisha: Camp Nylen was a DREAM! The campgrounds at Joshua Tree National Park were completely booked for the...
Private Beach Farm
Topher
Topher: Such a sick spot! The private point break was epic, had the water to ourselves and the waves were...
The summit of Mount Diablo State Park offers views more expansive than from any other peak in the world besides Mt Kilimanjaro.
Forest Camping
Nic
Nic: Wow! I can't say enough about Maple Creek Ranch. The property itself is a nearly 500 acre, working...
Old Tennis Court Yurt Camp
Nic
Nic: The Old Tennis Court Yurt was excellent and is definitely somewhere I will be coming back to. The...