Offered near the campground.
You can bring your own boat, but it’s highly recommended to go with a park authorized operator and contact park rangers before ...Read more
There are some massive fish over here…but if you’re paying to boat over to the Channel Islands, they had better be legendary! T...Read more
Trails vary on each island, from flat and maintained in Anacapa Island, to mountainous wilderness in Santa Rosa. Make sure you ...Read more
Kayaking the Channel Islands is probably one of the coolest and most exciting things you could do in your life, but be warned t...Read more
The best surf is found on Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa and San Miguel Islands, depending on the swell. Currents are variable so make ...Read more
There are thousands of species inhabiting these islands thanks to the diverse environments found here. The tidepools house a va...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Santa Rosa Island Campground.
The vibe at Santa Rosa Island Campground
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Is anyone willing to let a party of two set up their small tent for one night on August 2? We have reservations for the following nights, but misread the ferry schedule and are not covered for Sunday night. We would not be in the way or need access to the wooden shed. Per regulations, 5 people can be at a campsite at a time. Let us know if you willing to share. It would save our trip! Thank you!