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The 10 best camping spots near Los Angeles, California.

Watch the sun set below the Pacific Ocean, the hills, or the valley from a seaside tent, secluded Airstream, or canyon teepee.

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...
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...
There are few places in the world where you can surf in the morning and ski in the afternoon. Whether you're from the City of Angels or visiting the area, a great way to experience the epic beauty and uniqueness of Los Angeles is through an outdoor adventure. You don't have to travel deep into the desert or drive up to NorCal to enjoy camping. There's an abundance of camping Read more...
There are few places in the world where you can surf in the morning and ski in the afternoon. Whether you're from the City of Angels or visiting the area, a great way to experience the epic beauty and uniqueness of Los Angeles is through an outdoor adventure. You don't have to travel deep into the desert or drive up to NorCal to enjoy camping. There's an abundance of camping near Los Angeles. Los Angeles is special in that it has beaches, mountains and deserts all in close proximity. Hike on wildflower-covered ocean bluffs, ski down snowy slopes, bike up canyons with dramatic mountain views, or kayak alongside dolphins , all without having to travel far. You'll never forget the time you spent the night on an open hillside overlooking the ocean, a rolling vineyard tucked behind the vines, or a field under the stars.
Malibu Creek Campground
Hipcamper
Hipcamper: Site 36 is super spacious, and campsites 36-41 all face a lovely, open meadow.
Buckhorn Campground-Open
Jason
Jason: Camped 6/23/16. 36 miles in from base of highway (La Crescenta). Best spot that close. Lush green...
Los Angeles is a basin, surrounded by the San Gabriel Mountain range and divided by the Santa Monica Mountains.
Canyon Campground
Anna
Anna: Great place to take a break - not exactly super secluded, but a short drive from LA and the tide pools...
Valley Forge Trail Camp
Yosemite
Yosemite: At rear base of mt Wilson, nice shaded campgrounds usually not too crowded on the off weekends. There...
LA County has 75 miles of coastline stretching from Long Beach up to Malibu.
Musch Trail Camp
Aja
Aja: Visting LA but don't have a friend to crash with and aren't a hotel person? (me neither. showers? who...
Moro Campground
Jason
Jason: Newer campground that sits above Hwy 101 across from the beach. Great views. The entire campground...
Griffith Park is the largest city park in the U.S. It has 400 square feet of recreational space and 50 miles of hiking trails.
The Gypsy Escape Camp
Nash&Kim
Nash&Kim: Our adventure to Topanga was a short but memorable trip. Pictures can’t do this place justice. The...
Honeymoon Cottage
Bryan
Bryan: Sturtevant Camp was a great spot for my girlfriend and I but it would be pretty fun with groups as...