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The best camping near Escondido, California.

Surf, hike and stargaze your way to the perfect Escondido day.


Dome Asylum Front Cactus Garden
tent forest people
Dome Asylum Front Cactus Garden
Dome Asylum Front Cactus Garden
Dome Asylum Front Cactus Garden
Meredith
Meredith: Dome Asylum is amazing! There is so much beauty in one place it's almost overwhelming b...
"The Eyrie Farm" sign, with white petunias.
Farm Sanctuary in Wine Town
Party Tree! 'nuff said?
Farm Sanctuary in Wine Town
Farm Sanctuary in Wine Town
Farm Sanctuary in Wine Town
98% 28 Responses
$20/night
Olivia
Olivia: This is such a quaint site!!! Our hosts were so kind, and gave us a tour of their farm ...
Nestled into a circle of rocky hills just north of San Diego, the town of Escondido has a diverse array of nearby camping opportunities for anyone looking to escape the city life. From the beach campgrounds to the west, to the high, forested hills to the east, Escondido camping will satisfy any type of adventure seeker. Head to the San Elijo or South Carlsbad State Beach to set Read more...
Nestled into a circle of rocky hills just north of San Diego, the town of Escondido has a diverse array of nearby camping opportunities for anyone looking to escape the city life. From the beach campgrounds to the west, to the high, forested hills to the east, Escondido camping will satisfy any type of adventure seeker. Head to the San Elijo or South Carlsbad State Beach to set up camp right beside the Pacific. Stunning sunsets, great surfing, and awe-inspiring cliff views make for memorable beach camping. For a little more seclusion, venture up to the woods of Palomar Mountain; hike the hills by day and then head to the famous Palomar Observatory to give your stargazing a whole new dimension. The Escondido region boasts many vineyards and farms, some of which offer land for camping, or even comfortable lodging if you're looking to make your Escondido camping experience a little different. With mountains to the east, ocean to the west, and even big city life to the south, there's no way you won't find something to love.
Camping with Rescue Animals
Chanel.........need I say more?
Cozy campsite
This horse has one blue eye and one brown eye
Gepetto
Eithel
Eithel: Our experience with Camping with Rescue Animals was nothing short of amazing. The prope...
hermitage cabin
Between Palomar & Anza Borrego
Between Palomar & Anza Borrego
beautiful scenery
breakfast in the open patio area
Brie
Brie: This is a great place to come for peace and quiet to relax or have solo time away to wr...
Caltech's impressive Palomar Observatory operates every clear night, and is located just a short hike away from nearby campgrounds.
Natural Poolside Cabana
Make some cocktails and relax over here.
The cabana on left and soundbooth on the right
The cabana is on the right and the other 2 are communal spaces to chill in
Doing some writing. There's also wifi available.
Stepfanie
Stepfanie: Staying here was fun! I liked the decor, the host's friendly dogs, and many of the thin...
Painted hexayurt w sluice box and chickens @ the Dome Asylum
Painted hexayurt w agave planters @ the Dome Asylum
Dome Asylum Natural Pool Patio
The yurt, tucked away from the rest of the camp ground.
The natural pool, perfect for relaxing.
Myles
Myles : This site is an amazing little oasis. The property offers so much, and the yurt is a pe...
This geographic region is home to the Kumeyaay Native Americans. Escondido is known as "Eskondiid" in the Kumeyaay language of Diegueño.

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A wonderful firepit looking into the outdoor kitchen - fantastically furnished and has so many amenities for your gourmet cooking!
Small seating niches all throughout their vast property
Terraced landscapes - we had such a great time exploring!
Victoria’s Cellars Winery & RV Camp
Victoria’s Cellars Winery & RV Camp
Natasha
Natasha: Think of a being on a walk through the grape fields on a hot summer day in the hills of...
Lantana, Wine Country Glamping
Lantana, Wine Country Glamping
Lantana, Wine Country Glamping
Lantana, Wine Country Glamping
Lantana, Wine Country Glamping
Derek
Derek: Had a wonderful time at Temecula Wine Country Glamping with my girlfriend. Not really c...
Grapes, oranges and avocados are grown in abundance in Escondido.
tent forest people
Poolside Glamp & Chill
Inside of the tent
The perfect place to relax!
A peaceful outdoor bathroom next to the pool.
Poolside Glamp & Chill
90% 10 Responses
$51/night
Myles
Myles : If you're looking for a warm getaway close to San Diego, look no further. The property'...
Our site, small but perfect!
Communal fire pit!
Not exactly how cornhole is played...
The group site is massive and completely private.
Saddling up for a morning ride.
Kelsey
Kelsey: This camp is pure magic! Seriously, a pallet palace! Everything you've ever needed i...
The hills of Escondido are home to the Deer Park Monastery, one of three monasteries in the US led by famed Zen teacher Thich Nhat Hanh.
Lilac Oaks Campground
Lilac Oaks Campground
Lilac Oaks Campground
Lilac Oaks Campground
Lilac Oaks Campground
Ferdelyn
Ferdelyn: There’s a lot of nice old grown trees in the area for shade. Short loop trail. I was on...
Sunsets over the canyons in Temecula are stunning.
Sunrise over the canyon is also pretty stunning.
Our campsite and tent setup near the pig pen!
Love the diversity of plants and wildlife all over the farm, especially during golden hour.
Bees! These make fresh honey for their namesake farm.
Andy
Andy: If you love expansive canyon views and farm animals, this is the campsite for you. The ...
Escondido means "hidden" in Spanish, and may have referred to "hidden water" or "hidden treasure."
Hawk Rock campsite at Saddle Up Ranch is named that because of the giant rock that looks like a hawk.
Hawk Rock campsite
Camping under the stars
Camping under the stars
Outdoor shower at Saddle Up Ranch
Saddle Up Ranch Retreat!
88% 125 Responses
$10/night
Ingrid
Ingrid: Not the best time. Our site was given away we were given a different site which was jus...
Dome Asylum Sweet Orchard Spot
Dome Asylum Sweet Orchard Spot
Dome Asylum Sweet Orchard Spot
Dome Asylum Sweet Orchard Spot
tent forest people
Kira
Kira: 💯 % amazing! This place is an Oasis within Ramona. My boyfriend and I showed up around ...
Vintage Glamping in Daffy
Full Moon rising over Daffy
Common area in fore ground, R->L Daffy and friends.
Vintage Glamping in Daffy
Vintage Glamping in Daffy
Danielle
Danielle : Raymond was an amazing host that was very helpful at getting us to the correct spot and...
Our neighbors at the elfin forest
Private park available
When people gather there's nothing but laughter
Massage and private chef available upon request
Peaceful Hearts Elfin Forest
Marin
Marin: Elfin Forest at Peaceful Hearts was cute and super awesome! It's in a beautiful area of...
Early wake up call!
Sunday funday
Steps to the Beach - Oceanside RV
Another beautiful day in California
Steps to the Beach - Oceanside RV
Ali
Ali: I have never camped at an RV park before, but it was fun! It was a different experience...
Mt. Somewhere - 360 views of SoCal
Mt. Somewhere - 360 views of SoCal
Mt. Somewhere - 360 views of SoCal
Mt. Somewhere - 360 views of SoCal
Mt. Somewhere - 360 views of SoCal
Sarah
Sarah: The top flat is a 0. 5 mile hike from the parking & main house.   If it is your...
Teepee camping in the Punkin Lounge @ the Dome Asylum
Dome Asylum Punkin Lounge
Dome Asylum Punkin Lounge
Dome Asylum Punkin Lounge
Dome Asylum Punkin Lounge
Chad
Chad: This is a really unique site. It's not so much out in the wilderness so hopefully that'...
Olivenhain Creek Camp
Olivenhain Creek Camp
Olivenhain Creek Camp
Olivenhain Creek Camp
Olivenhain Creek Camp
Steve
Steve: Pitch your tent on our 4 acre property (~2 acres available to you) and enjoy beautiful,...