California, with its impressive grounds is definitely the best place for camping. From gaze at the stars in the desert to jump to a waterfall, here is a list of the best natural places to your next camp.
Yosemite National Park
The breathtaking views of Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada mountains make their camps are a must visit in California. The monolith of granite, the highest in the world, The Captain, the vast landscape, with meadows in expansion, deep valleys, towering groves of redwoods, rivers, hasty and stunning waterfalls. The park has rock climbing, horseback riding, swimming, fishing, hiking, cycling and boating. From may to September, bookings are building up in a matter of minutes
The places for tents and recreational vehicles are available with a variety of amenities, some of which include electricity, drinking water, toilets, rings for campfires and cabinets to store food. If you are looking for showers, head to the Yosemite Valley at Half Dome or Housekeeping Camp, as these are the only places in the park with showers. Wawona Campground is a popular spot in the south end of the park, and comes with an additional advantage, the historic Big Trees Lodge , which is a perfect place to enjoy a cooked breakfast.
An alternative location for camping it is Summerdale in Sierra National Forest, just 1.5 miles from the Yosemite National Park and located in a beautiful meadow of wild flowers between the trees of poplar.
Take a bike, a kayak or a team to climb and enjoy the serene beauty of your favorite place to camp in northern California. The camps of Lake Tahoe are located next to the lake and in the Sierra Nevada mountains that surround the lake. The sandy beaches and the beautiful walks that lead to scenic vistas and the lakes hidden abound, so be sure to see what camp is best suited to your needs. During the summer months, the ski resorts like Squaw Valley and Heavenly open as hiking trails and, if you’re in South Lake Tahoe, don’t miss the opportunity to take a gondola ride up to Monument Peak or walking along Eagle Lake Trail to enjoy the heights.
Take a look at DL Bliss State Park to a spot beside the lake with showers, toilets, and close to Tahoe City and Truckee River, which makes it an exciting rafting in the river. Alternatively, you can opt for the exclusive camp in the boat that is offered in the picturesque Emerald Bay.
Joshua Tree National Park
If you thought that the desert was not the ideal place for camping, Joshua Tree National Park will show you that you’re wrong. The bright and vast blue sky stretches on the convergence of two desert ecosystems are unique, the deserts of Mojave and the Colorado.
Camping among the rare trees, cacti and wild flowers, and enjoy horseback riding, nature walks, rock climbing and a superb observation of stars.
Have you ever gone to the beach and wanted to be able to sleep at the edge of the sea? The campgrounds of Big Sur offer the perfect stretch right the coast, trapped between the Santa Lucia mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Salt of your store and enjoy the sunrise over the ocean, watching the condors of California, go for a walk or surf.
The Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is one of the favorites of the area, located between cliffs of granite, an 80-foot waterfall that drops into the sea, beautiful trees and diverse marine life.
Red Rock Canyon State Park
Camping as a scout in the middle of the red canyons and cliffs of Red Rock Canyon State Park. The park is located at the southern end of the Sierra Nevada mountains and allows visitors to walk among the spectacular rock formations and interact with the unique habitat up close.
The Ricardo Campground is the only camp site developed, while others are more primitive with flush toilets-well, drinking water, fire rings and tables. The camping sites are not available for reservations, so come prepared with firewood and supplies, and enjoy the constellations of stars as you experience the wonderful story geophysics, California.
Sleeps under the protection of the pine trees and wake up to the fresh air of the mountain all the days in Big Bear, with an exciting day filled with fishing, kayaking, water skiing, hiking and cycling. The camps of Big Bear are lined up along the lake, in the mountains of San Bernardino, sufficiently isolated to get close to nature, but close enough to nearby cities to stock up on supplies.
Camping Serrano is the most popular place because it is right on the edge of the lake, but there are other camping sites scattered through the forest that are just as beautiful and they all include running water, toilets, showers, firewood for sale and a gracious host camp to help you with any questions.
Sequoia National Preserve
Sequoia National Park encompasses valleys and groves idyllic full of Sequoia old. The beautiful views of the granite cliffs reveal panoramic views of the park and Kings Canyon, which makes the hiking worthwhile; the places for swimming offer relief on hot days and the fishing is plentiful (you need permission to fish).
The campsites offer picnic tables, food storage, and toilets.