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You may want to set up a tent somewhere after 2020, but you may not realize that there are campsites in the nine majestic national parks of Golden State. The state has opened on June 15, 2021. This is an excellent time to take to the streets, sleep under the stars and hone your skills. But which camp should you go to first? We will break down here and select the best campgrounds in California, from rural to romantic.
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01. JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK
Joshua Tree Nation Park is located about 140 miles east of Los Angeles and neighboring Palm Springs. Joshua Tree has a lot of attractive features (as if it has just landed on Mars) and a landscape of wild desert flora. Joshua Tree National Park is one of the most popular hikes. 49 Palms Canyon Trail is considered medium and varied, with rock formations and cactus gardens suitable for climbing. There are many campsites to choose from, including Indian Cove near 29 Palms, where you can relax and enjoy the brightest stars at night.
02. POINT REYES NATIONAL SEASHORE
Point Reyes National Seaside Beach is located in luxurious Marin County (near Napa Winery) and is a great place to watch elephant seals rolling along the beach. The salty air, thunderous waves, and soft-colored sunsets on the coast also make it the perfect romantic park to visit with special people. If you choose to stay overnight, the comfortable coastal campground is ideal for pitching a tent on the grass.
03. PINNACLES NATIONAL PARK
Don’t forget to bring your high-speed binoculars! The Pinnacles National Park is a great place to watch the endangered California condors and yellow-bellied stars, tall road runners, canyon wrens, California thrushes, prairie eagles, and other animals. It offers pet tents and group camping, as well as caravan camps with picnic tables and bonfires.
04. CHANNEL ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK
The Island Parkland Visitor Center is located near the village of Port Ventura and provides access to the five islands of Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, City Island, and São Miguel, which are only 14 miles from the coast. Cruise trip. There is also a viewing tower called the Yankees Galapagos, where you can spot 445 species of birds, or go deeper into scuba diving, snorkeling, hiking, kayaking, and exploring the island’s surroundings Sea cave. This protected area is on all islands; however, you should book a ship first for a longer visit.
05. KING’S CANYON & SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK
For more hardy trees (they call it the “land of the giants” for a reason) and the tall redwoods at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia National Park, challenging adventures are rafting Great place. Explore caves and hike to the waterfall. In winter, you can also go hiking, horse riding, and cross-country skiing. There are campsites, but if you have enough noise, be sure to go to Sanhe Town to buy shops, coffee, and craft beer.
06. REDWOOD NATIONAL AND STATE PARKS
If you haven’t seen a mature forest in the redwoods, Redwood National Park is home to the tallest trees in the world. You can bring your pet and make it a family-run country campground. You may need to apply for some permits before going out and check the air quality before visiting, as this may be affected by seasonal fall fires in the area.
07. LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK
Although there can be 4 varieties of volcanoes close to the Cascade Shasta area, Lassen Volcanic National Park additionally has pristine lakes, bicycle trails, lovely wildflowers, and crystal clear stargazing. Lake Manzanita offers great campsites, luxury tents, and museums. Or, you can stroll along the lake on a simple half-mile loop and enjoy the beautiful views of Lassen Peak. You can also rent kayaks or kayaks from Manzanita Lake Camper Store.
08. FURNACE TREE CAMPGROUND
Don’t let this name fool you. Death Valley may sound unattractive, but the largest and most popular park has otherworldly charm. One place to look for the mirage is the Death Valley Oasis. The desert is in stark contrast with date palms, gardens, swimming pools, and golf courses. Legends like Clark Gable, Ronald Reagan, and George Lucas have spent time here and played here. Go to the nearby Furnace Tree Camping, where there are many shady places, or if you are lucky, drive two hours to Las Vegas.
09. YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
If you are an Ansel Adams photography enthusiast, visiting Yosemite National Park in person should be number one on your park list, there are many unforgettable attractions worth visiting. World-class granite climbing boulders and summit hikes are not very convenient-there is a 14-day camping restriction in the area, but there is also public transportation, and you can’t move around without a car.
10. LEO CARRILLO STATE BEACH
The 1.5-mile-long beach is perfect for visiting coastal caves, exploring tide pools and coral reefs, not to mention surfing and windsurfing. Head to Leo Carrillo State Beach in Malibu, hiking, and camping in the shade of plane trees. The popular park is close to Los Angeles County and Ventura. And the famous seafood restaurant Neptune’s Net filmed the scene of the movie “Point Break” with Keanu Reeves. If you are tired of beach views (never!), Malibu’s trendy shops and restaurants are at the end of the coast.
11. CRYSTAL COVE
Crystal Cove is a public beach park located between Corona del Mar and Laguna Beach. It is located along the Pacific Coast Highway in Orange County, dotted with comfortable bays. This is one of the best open seaside attractions to stroll along the beach—snorkeling and snorkeling, as well as swimming and surfing. Go to the mountain bike trails inland and enjoy the equally breathtaking sea views. Camping along the hillside canyon is primitive, but you are also close to the historic Crystal Bay area, which has lovely white houses and some rental options.
12. SAN ELIJO STATE BEACH
After all, we are in California, so pick up your longboard and head south to San Elijo State Beach, close to San Diego Encinitas, Solana Beach, and the seaside town of Cardiff. This includes the category of the most famous surfing spots—the golden state. The campsite provides easy access for upward patrols. There are also volleyball courts, picnic areas, showers, and nearby camping shops selling firewood, surfboards, and other necessities. Maybe he will never return to civilization.