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Big Basin Redwoods State Park

Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California

In the heart of the Santa Cruz mountains you can find California’s oldest state park. It is home to the largest continuous stand of ancient Coastal Redwoods. Some of the giant trees are more than Read more...

In the heart of the Santa Cruz mountains you can find California’s oldest state park. It is home to the largest continuous stand of ancient Coastal Redwoods. Some of the giant trees are more than 50 feet around and as tall as the Statue of Liberty. In addition to the beautiful, historic trees (some which predate the Roman Empire), the park offers insane views of the Pacific Ocean (hikers adore the 10.5 mile Skyline to Sea Trail!). Berry Creek falls is just one of the many waterfalls to explore.

Elevation in the park varies from sea level to above 2,000 feet and the natural features are diverse, ranging from wet forest to arid and desert-like. With over 18,000 acres of area to hike, bike and play in, there is no opportunity for boredom at Big Basin. Big Basin offers 146 campsites, four group sites, tent cabins, backcountry hike-in trail camps, and horse camping. So what’re you waiting for? Book your Big Basin camping adventure!

Huckleberry Campground
Pol: Very nice campground. Hike-in spots are just like 100 yards from the the parking spot. Bathrooms are s...
Public campground
Sempervirens Campground
Nikki: This place is beautiful but populated with party jerks.
Public campground
Big Basin Tent Cabins
Jamie: The tent cabins are perfect for winter camping weekends. It got pretty cold and rainy and the heater k...
Public campground
Sequoia Group Camps
Nathan: Mosquito repellent!
Public campground
Sky Meadow Group Camps
Cristina: Stayed at campsite 1 on Labor Day weekend and the site was spacious and private. There were almost 40...
Public campground
Wastahi Campground
Serena: Campsite 85 is uphill but definitely secluded and had lots of space for our kids to run around. First ...
Public campground
Blooms Creek Campground
Ashley: Site 122 is one of the best! Right next to the water but super well set up and private!!
Public campground
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Bullfrog Pond Campground
Erin: Rustic campground with spacious sites and clean bathrooms. There a 3 categories of sites in the main c...
Direct book$35/night
Bunker Bay View Drive in
Vanessa: The Bunker Bay and River campgrounds at the Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve offers such a fun ...
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Garden by the sea

Garden by the sea

97% Recommend – 34 Responses
Nic: Garden by the Sea is tucked away in the rich coastal community of Bolinas. Most of the inhabitants pr...
Request book$50/night
Rusty Hill Farm Homestead
Steven: This place is absolutely amazing. Christine and David are amazing hosts and have created a truly uniqu...
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Wild Tender Tipi Ocean View

Wild Tender Tipi Ocean View

96% Recommend – 140 Responses
Jessica: We stayed at the Light House campsite for New Years Eve and could not have picked a more magical spot ...
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Wild Tender Ranch Sweeping Views
Jacqueline: I brought my mom and aunt here for a ladies weekend of filled with campfires, stars and laughs, and we...
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Napa River View Walk-in
Madison: This is definitely the most private site on Mare Island because it can't be accessed by car and it's o...
Direct book$45/night
First Generation Farmers Non Profit Community Farm Camp
Jay: Staying at FGF was much more than just a regular camping experience. Because it also hosts a wwoofing ...
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Moon Rocks and Mountain views
Joe: Lovely spot with a strikingly different camping environment. The 'moon rocks' are real, made from an a...
Request book$80/night
Glamping @ Big Mesa Farm

Glamping @ Big Mesa Farm

99% Recommend – 71 Responses
Kelly: Wow! Big Mesa Farmstead is absolutely amazing. You can not beat the proximity to SF, yet far away feel...
Direct book$155/night
Flamenco Romántico Paraíso Camping
Gui: We definitely had a wonderful stay. It is very quite and remote but also very close to Capitola where...
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Glamping In The Redwoods
Erika: Nestled in the redwoods, Waldhaus is a gorgeous property with 4 tent cabins surrounding a main buildi...
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High Mountain in Los Gatos
Steven: Ameer was very communicative, which was great because the GPS takes you to the wrong place. The campsi...
Request book$49/night
Old Tennis Court Yurt Camp
Nic: The Old Tennis Court Yurt was excellent and is definitely somewhere I will be coming back to. The Mar...
Direct book$135/night
Mossy Bench Camp

Mossy Bench Camp

100% Recommend – 30 Responses
Danielle: I stayed here on my own for a few nights, and it was an absolute joy. It's in the middle of a grove of...
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Vallejo Pride Bonfire Retreat
Keith: What a treat to spend the night near the Mare Island Shoreline Preserve Park (http://www.mareislandpre...
Direct book$45/night
Vista History Garden Yurt
Madison: This is one of my favorite Hipcamp properties, hands-down. It's perfect for a midweek adventure, being...
Direct book$125/night
Cozy Up To The Redwoods
Madison: Only an hour and a half out of San Francisco and we found ourselves completely secluded, surrounded by...
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Sleepover Under the Stars Tents
Geoffrey: My four year old and I tent camped here over the weekend and had a good time. Myrna is very accommodat...
Direct book$45/night
Whiskey Ranch

Whiskey Ranch

93% Recommend – 57 Responses
Sabrina: Whiskey ranch is perfect for animal lovers looking for an amazing glamping experience! My boyfriend a...
Request book$110/night