Exploring California's Best Campgrounds

Yosemite's Legendary Campsites
Yosemite's Legendary Campsites
Yosemite National Park's campgrounds are nestled among towering cliffs and waterfalls. Camp 4, famous for its rock-climbing community, is a must-visit for adventurers looking to tread historic grounds.
Big Sur Coastal Beauty
Big Sur Coastal Beauty
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park offers the unique experience of camping near McWay Falls, which cascade directly into the ocean. The sight of the 80-foot waterfall is a camper's and photographer's dream.
Sequoia's Giant Forest Retreat
Sequoia's Giant Forest Retreat
Amidst the giant sequoias, Lodgepole Campground provides a serene base to explore the largest trees on Earth, including the General Sherman Tree, and hike the High Sierra Trail.
Joshua Tree's Starry Skies
Joshua Tree's Starry Skies
The stark landscapes of Joshua Tree National Park become magical at night. Camping under the unobstructed celestial canopy at Jumbo Rocks Campground offers a stargazing experience like no other.
Lake Tahoe's Emerald Waters
Lake Tahoe's Emerald Waters
DL Bliss State Park overlooks the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tahoe. With access to sandy beaches and the Rubicon Trail, it's a paradise for both relaxation and outdoor activities.
Desert Oasis at Death Valley
Desert Oasis at Death Valley
Furnace Creek Campground is an oasis in the heart of Death Valley, the hottest place on Earth. This unique desert environment is full of stark beauty and survival stories.
Lost Coast's Remote Wilderness
Lost Coast's Remote Wilderness
For those seeking solitude, the Lost Coast's environmental campsites offer an unparalleled rugged coastal experience. It's one of the few coastal regions in California not accessible by highway.
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What is Camp 4 known for?
Serenity among sequoias
Starry night skies
Rock-climbing community