A guide to our favorite camping and glamping spots in California.
Ventana Big Sur
Ventana Big Sur is fit for every style of camper with campsites, glampsites and resort options. Don’t forget to check out the on‑site SurStream for drinks and snacks and Nepenthe nearby for breathtaking views.
Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Complete with Coastal Redwoods, river front campsites, and hiking trails throughout. 15 mins from Pfeiffer Beach and only 5 mins from Big Sur Bakery. Standard camp sites are $35/night and river front are $50/night.
Modern camping near Mendocino. The property is complete with hiking trails, yard games and hammocks. Most importantly, it’s pup friendly. This glamping experience fills up fast, so book in advance!
Jalama Beach Camp Site
Surfer and beach lover paradise. All 98 campsites over look the ocean or are beachfront, each including a picnic table and fire pit. There’s even 7 cabins for our glampers out there.
El Moro Campgrounds (Crystal Cove State Park)
Just an hour south of LA, this spot is perfect for swimming, hiking and surfing. RV sites and campsites available for $55/night.
Two Harbors Campground
Camping on Catalina! After arriving by boat or ferry, choose from traditional campsites, camping cabins, or villas. At the Isthmus Pier, you can sign up for activities, get hiking/biking permits, and rent camping gear. Don’t forget to check out the beach front palapas at Harbor Sands!
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