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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
Pol: Very nice campground. Hike-in spots are just like 100 yards from the the parking spot. Bathrooms are...
Big Basin Tent Cabins
Jamie
Jamie: The tent cabins are perfect for winter camping weekends. It got pretty cold and rainy and the heater...
Sky Meadow Group Camps
Cristina
Cristina: Stayed at campsite 1 on Labor Day weekend and the site was spacious and private. There were almost 40...
Blooms Creek Campground
Ashley
Ashley: Site 122 is one of the best! Right next to the water but super well set up and private!!
Wastahi Campground
Serena
Serena: Campsite 85 is uphill but definitely secluded and had lots of space for our kids to run around. First...
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M.C.C. Redwood Ring
Shelly
Shelly: Beautiful spot, friendly and accomodating hosts. Short but STEEP slope up to the sites, be prepared!...
M.C.C. North Slope
Jeremy
Jeremy: We enjoyed our stay at McCormick Creek. Grateful (the camp attendant) was very clear in directions and...
Bunker Bay View Drive in
Vanessa
Vanessa: The Bunker Bay and River campgrounds at the Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve offers such a fun...
Wild Tender Ranch Sweeping Views
Tommy
Tommy: This place is fantastic. Driving by the grazing horses on your way in sets the stage for this serene,...
Oak Tree Ranch
Liam
Liam: Oak Tree Ranch was a great campsite! You're set up in sort of the backyard of a house in the middle of...
Wild Tender Ranch Light House View
Jessica
Jessica: We stayed at the Light House campsite for New Years Eve and could not have picked a more magical spot...
Garden by the sea
Nic
Nic: Garden by the Sea is tucked away in the rich coastal community of Bolinas. Most of the inhabitants...
Mossy Bench Camp
Rob
Rob: this was a beautiful campground and robin was very welcoming! we enjoyed it muchly!
Rusty Hill Farm Homestead
Jeff
Jeff: Wow! Christine and David's little goat farm is the best. We even stayed on a weekend that a few...
Portola Redwoods Campground
Katey
Katey: This place can be a real gem if you get a nice secluded spot close to the creek/river. Otherwise,...
Napa River View Walk-in
Madison
Madison: This is definitely the most private site on Mare Island because it can't be accessed by car and it's...
Henry Cowell Redwoods Campground
G.M.
G.M.: We stayed in site 11 last summer. The sites are spacious and tidy. Lots of poison oak on the outside...
First Generation Farmers Non Profit Community Farm Camp
Jay
Jay: Staying at FGF was much more than just a regular camping experience. Because it also hosts a wwoofing...
Flamenco Romántico Paraíso Camping
Gui
Gui: We definitely had a wonderful stay. It is very quite and remote but also very close to Capitola where...
New Brighton Campground
Courtney
Courtney: This campground sits right above a great beach for launching a kayak or paddleboard. Some of the sites...
M.C.C. Sheltered Campfire
Aeron
Aeron: Close by Pescadero but being deep in the hills feels like a world away from the coast. Short hike up...
Castle Rock Trail Camp
Alex
Alex: The higher numbered sites are all heavily wooded, you can see into one other site from some place in...
Cozy Up To The Redwoods
Madison
Madison: Only an hour and a half out of San Francisco and we found ourselves completely secluded, surrounded by...
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...
Sunset Campground
Jessica
Jessica: Look at the sites before you pitch your tent! The locations are very different. Also- there is a large...