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Crystal Cove State Park

Crystal Cove State Park, California

Crystal Cove… sounds intriguing right? Naturally, visitors and locals alike are drawn to this gorgeous state park. This is a water baby’s paradise--there are some waves for surfers, an underwater park Read more...
Crystal Cove… sounds intriguing right? Naturally, visitors and locals alike are drawn to this gorgeous state park. This is a water baby’s paradise--there are some waves for surfers, an underwater park for snorkelers and scuba divers, rad tidepools for explorers, and a beautiful beach for those who just want to get their tan on. If you prefer land, the bluffs offer great trails for horseback riders, bicyclists, avid hikers, and even backpackers. This park has everything-- not to mention killer views!
Moro Campground
Jason
Jason: Newer campground that sits above Hwy 101 across from the beach. Great views. The entire campground...
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Angeles Crest Creamery
Ren
Ren: Great place to get away too and not far from LA! Our hosts were helpful and around, but not on top of...
Wine Country Camping
Heather
Heather: Such a beautiful, unique camping experience! Our hostess was wonderful, making sure we had everything...
Two Sisters Farms
Sarah
Sarah: This landshare has a great night vibe cast by circus lights, a fire ring, and noises from the goats...
San Mateo Campground
Rheanne
Rheanne : The showers run on tokens, you can use the machine to exchange single dollar bills for tokens only....
Doheny Campground
Eric
Eric: The campsites view tends to be blocked by sand hills. The daily camp area is open from 6am to 10pm. ...
South Carlsbad Campground
Jason
Jason: Have camped here many times. Very quiet a lot of the year and at night. Not much car noise or train...
San Onofre Bluffs Campground
Lauren
Lauren : Camping is pretty easy here. You can pull right up to your campsite in your car, there are bathrooms...
Lake Cabin in San Gabriels
Asa
Asa: This cabin was great! We got a ride down the mountain because it was too muddy to drive our car, and...
San Elijo Campground
Leeann
Leeann: Great surf, close to good coffee and groceries. Fills up fast! You can hear the train and highway if...
Bolsa Chica Campground
Camping here is for RVs only, offering more than 50 campsites with electric and water hookups. Perfect...
Arroyo Campground
Yadira
Yadira: Make sure you leav all cell phone at home and enjoy nature to the fullest.
Schult Zeppelin in Joshua Tree
Douglas
Douglas: The Schult Zeppelin is a 1954 vintage 33-foot trailer home which features beautifully restored wood...
Doane Valley Campground
Lia
Lia: Nice clean campground- some sites are really small for a large tent and the parking of a large truck...
Buckhorn Campground-Open
Jason
Jason: Camped 6/23/16. 36 miles in from base of highway (La Crescenta). Best spot that close. Lush green...
Mr. Joe's Farm Camping
Jay
Jay: Stacey and Joe were awesome hosts! Stacey took the time to give a full tour of the farm including...
The Pioneer's Penthouse
Emily
Emily: Two of my girlfriends and I stayed in the Pioneer's Penthouse for a quick escape from the bustle of...
Live Oak Grove Campground
Joy
Joy: Camped here in January 2017, then again in March 2017. It's a lovely campground, full of wildlife and...
Valley Forge Trail Camp
Yosemite
Yosemite: At rear base of mt Wilson, nice shaded campgrounds usually not too crowded on the off weekends. There...
Malibu Creek Campground
Hipcamper
Hipcamper: Site 36 is super spacious, and campsites 36-41 all face a lovely, open meadow.