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Calaveras Big Trees State Park

Calaveras Big Trees State Park, California

It’s not every day that you can say you camped and explored among trees that are upwards of 2,000 years old, and descended from trees that were standing when dinosaurs roamed Earth. Located at the Read more...

It’s not every day that you can say you camped and explored among trees that are upwards of 2,000 years old, and descended from trees that were standing when dinosaurs roamed Earth. Located at the mid-elevation level of the western Sierra Nevada, Calaveras Big Trees State Park is comprised of over 6,400 acres and there is much exploring to be done. There is a vast array of recreational activities and miles of established trails to scout out. From hiking, picnicking, fishing, and enjoying the wildlife, this state park is not to be missed. Calaveras Big Trees State Park camping includes tent and RV camping, as well a few reservable cabins. Each site has fire rings and picnic tables, piped water, flush toilets, and pay showers nearby.

North Grove Campground
One of two walk-in campgrounds in the Calaveras Big Trees state park is the North Grove campground and...
Oak Hollow Campground
Lindsey: This campground was further from noise of hwy 4 and tourists than North Grove Campground. Nice, shady ...
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Mike: Quiet and feels remote yet close to everything. Nice tent sites, woods and meadows.