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Welcome to Camp-California.com,

This website provides links to more than 300 campgrounds in beautiful locations throughout California, the majority of which now have furnished cabins or tents. You can use our "Find a Park" tool to locate campgrounds along your travel route.

We are just beginning to develop travel planning information and travel itineraries in Spanish to help you plan the trip of your dreams, but we hope to add more information in the near future.

You can click on the links below to start your trip planning.

We appreciate your visit and hope you will include California campgrounds in your upcoming trips across the Golden States.

Sincerely,

The Camp-California.com Team

English - Camp-California SoCal Amusement Park Tour

Southern California Amusement Park Tour

Many of the world’s most famous amusement parks are located in Southern California. In this section we suggest several of the most popular parks as well as campgrounds that rent cabins or have spaces for your motorhome or tent.

Amusement Parks in the Los Angeles Area

Disneyland (https://disneyland.disney.go.com/)

Knotts Berry Farm (www.knotts.com)

Magic Mountain (https://www.sixflags.com/magicmountain/plan-your-visit/espanol)

Universal Studios (http://www.universalstudioshollywood.com/?view=2)

Campgrounds with Cabins

Canyon RV Park, Anaheim, www.canyonrvpark.com

Los Angeles KOA, Pomona, http://www.fairplex.com/fp/accommodations/koa.aspx

Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina, Newport Beach, www.newportdunes.com

Campgrounds Without Cabins

Golden Shore RV Resort, Long Beach, www.goldenshorerv.com

Malibu RV Park, Malibu, www.maliburv.com


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San Diego Area Amusement Parks

Balboa Park, (http://www.balboapark.org/espanol)

Legoland, (www.california.legoland.com)

San Diego Zoo, (http://zoo.sandiegozoo.org/)

San Diego Zoo Safari Park, (www.sdzsafaripark.org)

Sea World, (http://seaworldparks.com/en/seaworld-sandiego/)

Campgrounds with Cabins

San Diego KOA, Chula Vista, http://koa.com/campgrounds/san-diego/

Campgrounds without Cabins

Campland on the Bay, San Diego, www.campland.com

Chula Vista RV Resort, Chula Vista, www.chulavistarv.com

Mission Bay RV Resort, San Diego, www.missionbayrvresort.com

Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve, Santee, www.santeelakes.com

English - Camp-California SF to Yosemite Roundtrip

From San Francisco to Yosemite Roundtrip

Description

This trip starts in San Francisco. We pass through the historic “Gold Country” where gold was discovered in 1849 before arriving in Yosemite National Park. We then return to San Francisco.

Days 1 - 2

San Francisco

Campgrounds without Cabins

San Francisco RV Resort, Pacifica,

(http://www.rvonthego.com/california/san-francisco-rv-resort/)

— Novato RV Park, Novato, www.novatorvpark.com

Campgrounds with Cabins

— San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA, Petaluma, www.petalumakoa.com

Days 3 - 4

Coloma and the Gold Country

Travel approximately 3 hours to the town of Coloma in California’s historic “Gold Country”where gold was discovered in 1849. In addition to taking a tour of James Marshall State Park you can go whitewater rafting or kayaking down the South Fork of the American River, take tours of gold mines and see the historic towns that are located along State Route 49.

Campgrounds with Cabins

Coloma Resort, Coloma, www.colomaresort.com

49er Village RV Resort, Plymouth, www.49ervillage.com

Marble Quarry RV Park, Columbia, www.marblequarry.com

Ponderosa RV Resort, Lotus, http://www.rvonthego.com/california/ponderosa-rv-resort/

Days 5 - 6

Yosemite

Spend your days in Yosemite National Park and discover the incomparable Yosemite Valley.

Campgrounds with Cabins

Yosemite Lakes Resort, Groveland,

(http://www.rvonthego.com/california/yosemite-lakes-rv-resort/)

Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging, Groveland, (www.yosemitepinesrv.com)

Yosemite Ridge Resort, Groveland, (www.yosemiteridge.com)

Day 7

Return to San Francisco

English - Camp-California LA to SF Via Yosemite

From Los Angeles to San Francisco via Yosemite

Description

This trip starts with visits to the most famous Southern California amusement parks. We then go to Yosemite National Park and conclude our trip with a tour of San Francisco.

Days 1 and 2

The Los Angeles Area

Enjoy the famous amusement parks:

Disneyland (https://disneyland.disney.go.com/)

Knotts Berry Farm (www.knotts.com)

Magic Mountain (https://www.sixflags.com/magicmountain/plan-your-visit)

Universal Studios (http://www.universalstudioshollywood.com/?view=2)

Campgrounds with Cabins

Canyon RV Park, Anaheim, www.canyonrvpark.com

Los Angeles KOA, Pomona, http://www.fairplex.com/fp/accommodations/koa.aspx

Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina, Newport Beach, www.newportdunes.com

Campgrounds Without Cabins

Golden Shore RV Resort, Long Beach, www.goldenshorerv.com

Malibu RV Park, Malibu, www.maliburv.com

Day 3

Travel approximately 5 hours from Los Angeles to Oakhurst in the outskirts of Yosemite National Park.

Campgrounds with Cabins

High Sierra RV Park, Oakhurst, (www.highsierrarv.com)

Day 4

Spend the day at Yosemite National Park and discover the incomparable Yosemite Valley.

Campgrounds with Cabins

Yosemite Lakes Resort, Groveland,
(http://www.rvonthego.com/california/yosemite-lakes-rv-resort/)

Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging, Groveland, (www.yosemitepinesrv.com)

Yosemite Ridge Resort, Groveland, (www.yosemiteridge.com)

Day 5

Travel from Groveland to San Francisco. If you leave in the morning you will arrive in San Francisco with enough time to begin your tour of the city.

Campgrounds without Cabins

San Francisco RV Resort, Pacifica,
(http://www.rvonthego.com/california/san-francisco-rv-resort/)

— Novato RV Park, Novato, www.novatorvpark.com

Campgrounds with Cabins

— San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA, Petaluma, www.petalumakoa.com

Days 6 and 7

San Francisco

Campgrounds without Cabins

San Francisco RV Resort, Pacifica,
(http://www.rvonthego.com/california/san-francisco-rv-resort/)

— Novato RV Park, Novato, www.novatorvpark.com

Campgrounds with Cabins

— San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA, Petaluma, www.petalumakoa.com

English - Camp-California Coast Tour

From Los Angeles to San Francisco Following the Unforgettable Route One

Description

State Route One is famous for its incomparable views of the Pacific Ocean, its high cliffs as well as the beautiful cities along the way. Taking this route will give you opportunities to see forests and waterfalls, state parks and Spanish missions that were founded near the end of the 18th century. You will also pass through Monterey, the old capital city of California, before arriving in San Francisco where you will see the famous Golden Gate Bridge.

Day 1

The Los Angeles Area

Enjoy one of the famous amusement parks:

Disneyland (https://disneyland.disney.go.com/)

Knotts Berry Farm (www.knotts.com)

Magic Mountain (https://www.sixflags.com/magicmountain/plan-your-visit)

Universal Studios (http://www.universalstudioshollywood.com/?view=2)

Campgrounds with Cabins

Canyon RV Park, Anaheim, www.canyonrvpark.com

Los Angeles KOA, Pomona, http://www.fairplex.com/fp/accommodations/koa.aspx

Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina, Newport Beach, www.newportdunes.com

Campgrounds Without Cabins

Golden Shore RV Resort, Long Beach, www.goldenshorerv.com

Malibu RV Park, Malibu, www.maliburv.com

Day 2

Tour of Ventura and Santa Barbara

The Santa Barbara area is one of the prettiest in Southern California. Here is where you will find two historic missions — The San Buenvaventura Mission in Ventura, founded in 1782, y the Santa Barbara Mission in Santa Barbara, founded in 1786. Besides seeing these historic missions, the Santa Barbara area has campgrounds with a great variety of onsite activities.

Campgrounds with Cabins

El Capitan Canyon, 20 miles west of Santa Barbara: This campground rents very elegant cabins and safari tents. Spa treatments and massage services are also available. During the summer the campground features outdoor concerts with a great variety of music. www.elcapitancanyon.com

Ventura Ranch KOA in Santa Paula: This campground has a zipline divided in two sections, one that is 800 feet long, while the other is 600 feet. The park also has furnished cabins and tipis. There is also a trail where Bigfoot is sometimes seen. http://koa.com/campgrounds/ventura-ranch/

Rancho Oso RV Resort & Campground, in the mountains between Santa Barbara and Solvang. This campground offers furnished cabins as well as a tipi and pioneer style covered wagons for rent. www.rvonthego.com/ca

Campgrounds without Cabins

— Ocean Mesa Campground 20 miles west of Santa Barbara: You can overlook the Pacific Ocean from this campground, which is right next to El Capitan Canyon. www.oceanmesa.com

Days 3 and 4

Big Sur, Carmel and Monterey

Following Route One to the north you will pass through San Simeon and the famous Hearst Castle, the town of Big Sur, famous for its forests and waterfalls and high cliffs, and the city of Carmel, home to one of California's most beautiful Spanish missions, founded in 1770, as well as the historic city of Monterey, which was established by the Spanish as the capital of California.

Campgrounds with Cabins

Big Sur Campground and Cabins in Big Sur, www.bigsurcamp.com

Fernwood Resort en Big Sur, www.fernwoodbigsur.com

Campgrounds without Cabins

Carmel by the River RV Park in Carmel, http://www.carmelrv.com/

Days 5, 6 and 7

Carmel / Monterey to San Francisco

After following Route One to San Francisco, you will have time to explore the various attractions in one of California's most beautiful cities, including the Golden Gate Bridge.

Campgrounds without Cabins

San Francisco RV Resort, Pacifica,
http://www.rvonthego.com/california/san-francisco-rv-resort/

— Novato RV Park, Novato, www.novatorvpark.com

Campgrounds with Cabins

— San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA, Petaluma, www.petalumakoa.com