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Central Coast Guide
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The best camping spots near Central Coast, California.

Enjoy your stay on the Central Coast of California that sports the nickname the American Rivera.

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...
Summerset Farm Camp
Samantha
Samantha: Summerset Farms was an awesome place to stay! Dale was super easy to get in contact with and had a...
Camping on the Central Coast provides you with a myriad of choices from beach camping to camping in national forests. Stretching from Point Mugu to Monterey Bay, the California Central Coast encompasses six counties and lies to the north of Los Angles and the south of San Francisco. With a variety of terrain, camping on the Central Coast offers you the chance to camp on the Read more...
Camping on the Central Coast provides you with a myriad of choices from beach camping to camping in national forests. Stretching from Point Mugu to Monterey Bay, the California Central Coast encompasses six counties and lies to the north of Los Angles and the south of San Francisco. With a variety of terrain, camping on the Central Coast offers you the chance to camp on the beach tonight and rub elbows with the artists at Carmel-by-the-Sea tomorrow. Beach lovers can find comfortable camping with flush toilets and showers near Monterey and Pismo or enjoy lake camping around Lopez Lake, Lake Cachuma or Lake Nacimiento. Enjoy camping among the trees and wilderness at Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. For off-the-beaten-path camping, load your supplies into a canoe and paddle into the Santa Margarita Lake campsite or pitch your tent at a campsite near the Laguna Seca Raceway.
Songdog East Campsites
Kinga
Kinga: LOVED this spot so much I double dipped. Stayed at Songdog West last weekend and this weekend brought...
Blue Sky Dispersed Camping
Adish
Adish: Blue Sky Camp is the perfect spot to getaway from the daily hustle and bustle of the city. It was a...
In San Luis Obispo, 1.7 million pieces of bubble gum adorn a wall called Bubble Gum Alley.
Private Beach Farm
Topher
Topher: Such a sick spot! The private point break was epic, had the water to ourselves and the waves were...
Songdog Double Fire
Colin
Colin: Songdog Ranch is an incredible oasis of seemingly untouched beauty and vast natural allure. It was...
With beach dunes as high as 500 feet, Guadalupe-Nipomo dunes are the highest sand dunes in the western part of the United States.
The Bunkhouse
Stephanie
Stephanie: We LOVED the bunkhouse! Antje is very communicative -- after we made our reservation, she asked me...
Songdog Glampout
Collette
Collette: Songdog Glampout is THE best spot to go if you are looking to see millions of stars and feel like you...
In Carmel-by-the-Sea, you won't see neon signs, hot dog stands or billboards since they are prohibited by local law.
Refugio Campground
Bryn
Bryn: We used to come to this beach for field trips all the time when I was in elementary school. It's an...
Dare 2 Dream Farms Wooded Camp
Shaugnessy
Shaugnessy: We had a great stay at Dare 2 Dream. The site is a cleared patch under a beautiful spreading oak at...
From November to February, San Simeon beaches are home to 1,700 elephant seals.
Santa Cruz Campground
Carola
Carola: It's been awhile since I camped here, but I loved the tide pools! ( Look, Don't Take!) You can walk...
El Capitán Campground
Allison
Allison: The raccoons are bold here! Put away and safely store your food immediately before you leave your site.
The two longest wooden piers in California are on the Central Coast, one at Santa Cruz Wharf and the other at Ventura Pier.
360° View Camper
Victoria
Victoria: Fantastic little spot - so serene and quiet with incredible views. If you're planning to go...
Eastern Santa Cruz Island (Scorpion Ranch)
Ezekiel
Ezekiel: You'll have to secure transportation to the Island first before booking a campsite. It's very simple...
  MissingJackRanch Big Sky Camp
janis
Janis: This is a remote camp off of Wasioja road in approx 5 or 6 miles west of New Cuyama off of 166 east....
Happy Tales Camping
Vincent
Vincent: Pitch your tent in our Salt Cedar Grove for a private camping experience. Enjoy a shade canopy...
Pinyon Forest Camp
Ezekiel
Ezekiel: Quail Springs Farm is pretty amazing, it’s surrounded on three sides by the beautiful Los Padres...
Speakeasy Lodge
Jeff
Jeff: Quite possibly the best family camping trip ever. The location is really quite perfect for large...
San Miguel Campground
Susan
Susan: Easy access for RVs. Gorgeous views. Can walk to the brewery, restaurants, and stores from here.
Wheeler Gorge Campground
Rebecca
Rebecca: Had a great weekend at Wheeler Gorge! A few things: Plan to arrive during the day because setting up a...