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Lake Berryessa Guide
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The best camping spots near Lake Berryessa, California.

Gorgeous lakeside vistas and year-round recreation make Lake Berryessa a choice spot for wildlife and water aficionados alike.

Bullfrog Pond Campground
Erin
Erin: Rustic campground with spacious sites and clean bathrooms. There a 3 categories of sites in the main c...
Old Tennis Court Yurt Camp
Nic
Nic: The Old Tennis Court Yurt was excellent and is definitely somewhere I will be coming back to. The Mar...
Lake Berryessa is one of California's largest man-made lakes, and where there are large amounts of water, there's going to be large amounts of fun. Nestled in the Vaca Mountains, Lake Berryessa offers nature lovers plenty of birdwatching and wildlife viewing opportunities. On the eastern shore of Lake Berryessa you'll find the Lake Berryessa Wildlife Area, which proudly Read more...
Lake Berryessa is one of California's largest man-made lakes, and where there are large amounts of water, there's going to be large amounts of fun. Nestled in the Vaca Mountains, Lake Berryessa offers nature lovers plenty of birdwatching and wildlife viewing opportunities. On the eastern shore of Lake Berryessa you'll find the Lake Berryessa Wildlife Area, which proudly protects the natural habitat of both plants and animals in the region. On the waterfront you'll see campers enjoying a full day of fishing, boating, water skiing and swimming. Nearby campsites at Pleasure Cove can accommodate both RVs and tent campers. And for a completely unique Lake Berryessa camping experience, rent out one of their fully equipped houseboats. Imagine a day of wine tasting with friends in nearby Napa and a relaxing evening of fireside chats and scrumptious s'mores. You won't want to leave this little slice of heaven called Lake Berryessa.
Treehouse at Swallowtail Studio
Madison
Madison: I don’t typically use the word “magical,” but there’s no better word to describe this property. It’s o...
Treehouse Magic Grove
Madison
Madison: I don’t typically use the word “magical,” but there’s no better word to describe this property. It’s o...
The Lake Berryessa Wildlife Area, on the eastern shore of the lake, contains 2,000 acres of grasslands and blue oak woodlands.
Vista History Garden Yurt
Madison
Madison: This is one of my favorite Hipcamp properties, hands-down. It's perfect for a midweek adventure, being...
Enchanted Forest Yurt
Steph
Steph: The yurt was such a treat! Extremely well equipped and conveniently laid out. We comfortably fit 5 peo...
Wildlife species around Lake Berryessa include deer, coyote, bobcat, grey fox, American white pelican, ruby-crowned kinglets, and towhees.
Big Mesa Farmstead Glamping
Kelly
Kelly: Wow! Big Mesa Farmstead is absolutely amazing. You can not beat the proximity to SF, yet far away feel...
Cabin Near River Swimming
Ksenia
Ksenia: Nice cozy cabin on a property with ducks, chickens, and lots of cats :) We stayed one night and really...
When full, Lake Berryessa spans over 20,000 acres with approximately 165 miles of shoreline to explore.
Geodesic Dome - West Sebastopol
Kiran
Kiran: A night’s stay in this clean and cozy dome was just what I needed! The inside includes: hardwood floo...
Bunker Bay View Drive in
Vanessa
Vanessa: The Bunker Bay and River campgrounds at the Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve offers such a fun ...
Both warm and cold-water fish species thrive in Lake Berryessa. Expect to see largemouth bass, carp, rainbow trout, and Chinook salmon.
Walnut Grove Camp
Kristina
Kristina: This is such a gem! Camilla is such a great host and our campsite was so perfect! We had a little runn...
Immen Ranch
Marcus
Marcus: We stayed at #2, and it was absolutely wonderful. Great location, good size, and views to kill for (no...
The reservoir was named for the first European settlers in the Berryessa Valley, José Jesús and Sexto "Sisto" Berrelleza.
Vale Site
Tiffany
Tiffany: Miwok was a fantastic spot! Large open area great for groups or the solo camper. This was my first cam...
Napa River View Walk-in
Madison
Madison: This is definitely the most private site on Mare Island because it can't be accessed by car and it's o...
Amazing Views, Private Cabin
Jane
Jane: We had a great time here for a quick Thanksgiving camping trip! We didn't get the chance to meet Matt,...
Earth Castle Retreat
Jay
Jay: I had an awesome stay at ECR! The host, Anna Thea, was incredibly kind and welcoming. I had a great ti...
Shelter Rock Camp
Will
Will: A little windy the night we stayed but loved the site for a casual overnighter!
Yuba River Cabins
Kelly
Kelly: We would HIGHLY recommend. It's an easy drive from SF and minutes away from Nevada City. There is no c...
Red Tail Point Camp
Maggie
Maggie: We ended up switching campsites and camped at Shelter Rock instead. This was a really good decision be...
Hogback Site
Debra
Debra: Breath taking views in all directions. Secluded sight in the heart of Bodega Bay. We will be back.