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The 18 best camping spots near Chanslor Ranch, California with hike / bike campsites.

Bodega Dunes Campground

1. Bodega Dunes Campground

100% Recommend (24 Responses)

Wow. . . this place is HUGE! It’s an ok spread of sites and you will get some privacy, but you will also most likely see/hear your neighbors. You...

Bryn: Some of these campsites are super cool and some are average. Plan to get there early in the day so you have your choice. Either...
90 Saves
Camp Taylor Area

2. Camp Taylor Area

95% Recommend (30 Responses)

When it comes to camping at Samuel P Taylor, this is really the main event. More than 50 campsites with restrooms, hot pay showers and piped...

Alex: Sites 2-17 all have a frustratingly clear view of the major roadway Frances Drake Blvd, would recommend staying away if you're...
102 Saves
Woodside Campground

3. Woodside Campground

100% Recommend (12 Responses)

What’s that amidst the shady pines of Salt Point State Park? It’s Woodside Campground and we’re not gonna lie, it’s pretty good looking. There are...

Courtney: Nice space between sites. Good spots: 96 (one tent space only), 99, 101, 102, 103, 104, and 109. Convenient to the beach if...
29 Saves
Haypress Campground

4. Haypress Campground

Hay everyone… Haypress Campground is sure to impress you! Not only are there no fees, but this flourishing green grassland is located in the...

Alex: This isn't actually a first come first serve campsite - you have to make reservations with the Marin Headlands Visitor Center...
113 Saves
Bicentennial Campground

5. Bicentennial Campground

You can see the breathtaking Golden Gate bridge and a good stretch of the bay glistening below you from the Bicentennial Campground. This is the...

Andy: There isn't a whole lot of privacy, but there is plenty to explore near by.
73 Saves
Rob Hill Campground

6. Rob Hill Campground

Rob Hill Campground is a wild camping oasis in the heart of San Francisco. The campground claims the title of the only overnight campsite in the...

Bryn: Lots of great biking and running nearby if you're into that!
51 Saves
Van Damme Campground

7. Van Damme Campground

94% Recommend (8 Responses)

This site campground has sites spread out along a river and a bog, and has easy access to trails leading to the coast and charming pygmy forest....

Julian: A very underrated campground with upper and lower camp areas. There are brand new bathrooms/showers in the upper area and a...
70 Saves
Huckleberry Campground

8. Huckleberry Campground

97% Recommend (36 Responses)

As Doc Holiday says, “I’ll be your Huckleberry. ” While he most likely wasn’t referring to this Big Basin camping site, this is not a spot to be...

Pol: Very nice campground. Hike-in spots are just like 100 yards from the the parking spot. Bathrooms are surprisingly hotel-clean...
89 Saves
Russian Gulch Campground

9. Russian Gulch Campground

100% Recommend (6 Responses)

Right up the road from Van Damme State Park, this campground is a nice spot to stay if you plan to explore the Mendocino Coast. There are 29...

Krstl: Peaceful little campground near Mendocino. Encountered sea mammals and a couple of raccoons. It's under the highway, but you...
42 Saves
Francis Beach Campground

10. Francis Beach Campground

75% Recommend (10 Responses)

The best place to watch the sunset over Half Moon Bay… particularly if you have an RV. For tent campers, this might not be your best bet, but for...

Kathy: Great family tent camping: hike/bike campsites are off the parking loop, as are 36-37-38; sites 13-14-15 are more isolated with...
186 Saves
Cleone Campground

11. Cleone Campground

100% Recommend (5 Responses)

Cleone campground has regular camping as well as spots for trailers. It’s a great spot for the whole family to settle in and is convenient to the...

Charles: plan on watching the beautiful sunsets from the beach.
16 Saves
Henry Cowell Redwoods Campground

12. Henry Cowell Redwoods Campground

100% Recommend (11 Responses)

Only ten minutes from nearby Santa Cruz and five minutes from Felton, the Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park campground offers you a chance to get...

G.M.: We stayed in site 11 last summer. The sites are spacious and tidy. Lots of poison oak on the outside of the rings, but...
60 Saves
New Brighton Campground

13. New Brighton Campground

98% Recommend (22 Responses)

New Brighton State Beach campground is off use to day visitors, so make use of its many splendors and stay the night! The location is...

Courtney: This campground sits right above a great beach for launching a kayak or paddleboard. Some of the sites are kind of wide open...
99 Saves
Sunset Campground

14. Sunset Campground

92% Recommend (18 Responses)

Sunset Campground offers 90 campsites with sprawling farms on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. While none of the sites offer water...

Krishna: The campground is family friendly. We were 3 families and we shared a camp site and it was easy. The trail to the beach is...
38 Saves
West Ridge Trail Camp

15. West Ridge Trail Camp

This park has a primitive campground with six sites that are reservable by phone only. And when we say primitive, we mean PRIMITIVE: as in no...

Aja: bug spray. we had a magical hike over father's day weekend and ended at the campsite where we had forgotten not only our tent...
66 Saves
Caswell Memorial Campground

16. Caswell Memorial Campground

Caswell Memorial State Campground is right alongside the Stanislaus River in a wooded area. Come stay the weekend here and experience one of the...

Jennifer: We stayed here in October 2015 and really enjoyed the park! It wasn't super crowded, and the sites were mostly spaced out well,...
21 Saves
Rock Creek Campground

17. Rock Creek Campground

Surrounded by awesome steep bluffs and Rock Creek, this is the smaller campground of the three and is reserved for those coming on bike or foot....

3 Saves
Bloomer Primitive Camping Area

18. Bloomer Primitive Camping Area

Bloomer Primitive Camping Area offers a more private experience than most. This is mainly due to the fact that it is mainly “boat in,” however...

Heather: Great hikes in the springtime with green rolling hills, oak and manzanita groves, wildlife, and flowers!
2 Saves