Central California camping is a wonderful way to experience the wonders of the nature. Things you found in central California are most unlikely to appear anywhere else. Just a single camping trip to this location leaves wonderful memories that last for lifetime.
Natural beauty is the biggest attraction in central California. Big Sur is the ultimate place for hikers and campers. You can observe gray whales, elephant seals, humpback whales, and more.
Scuba divers can have most unforgettable experience at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. This park has 800 foot waterfall and delightful redwood valley picnic spot near the entrance of the park with strangely shaped redwood trees for sparking your attention.
Andrew Molera State Park is a wonderful place for camping while you enjoy some activities like hiking, biking, horseback riding, etc. This park is located in 500 acres place. Miles of hiking trials will take you through dreamy meadows, beaches, and inspiring hilltops. You will find 24 campsites here and each site can have maximum of four people.
Not all the state parks in California offer camping on a first come first served basis. So, you need to reserve the campsite at least seven months in advance. Don’t forget to determine how primitive your chosen campsite is before planning your trip so that you can include the things you need at the campsite.