Jumbo Rocks is likely one of the most interesting parts of JTNP, with massive rock formations that describe millions of years of geology - and best of all you get to camp among these rounded giants!
The campground is far larger than you think...
The campground in the Hoh is always a sweet and sour, but still one of my favorites - Sweet: huge moss draped Old Growth trees, river views, and peaceful mornings; Sour: perpetual rain, and the long twisty-and-bumpy road to get here....
You're camping right on the beach, sites are angled the correct direction for most Airstream windows, with unobstructed views, and yet you're close to town for groceries/gas/propane. Book early to secure a beachfront spot, but be prepared for a...
Amazing views, easy access off the I-5, cheap full hookups, and close to town for groceries/gas. The lake was super low when we were there.
One downside is that there surprisingly isn't a lot of hiking trails in this area, which is a bit of a...
We stayed here for a couple of nights as a stop-over before visiting Vinnie's Airstream Repair on Monday morning. Opted for a full-hookup site as I was unsure about the non-hookup portions of the campground as some folks had reported low-hanging...
Regardless of the completely crumbling roads, absence of signage, extremely un-level sites, and strange location, this campground is still one of our favorites. Rarely do you get such a beautiful camping experience bring right next to mature...
Had a lovely (and cold) week of camping in the middle of the Mojave. Possibly one of the quietest places we've ever camped - you could hear a pin drop outside it was so quiet. It is however in the middle of nowhere, with lots of driving needed to...
We stayed here as a quick jumping off point while going up the coast. It was mostly empty in April/18, so we got our pick of sites. Very quiet and clean sites, though there's not much in terms of restaurants and groceries nearby.
"Gorgeous camping, but with the right spot!"
"Green, Wet, and Beautiful Wild Camping"
"Great place to stay that's close enough to the city for a weekly getaway!"
"One of the nicest "RV Park" we have stayed at"
"Convenient location, but nothing special - Bird watcher paradise!"
"More practical 'camping' in JTNP, but choose your site carefully!"
"Simple quiet camping in the middle of nowhere"
"Quiet waterfront camping for local dunes"
"Good jump-off Oceanfront camping for the Samual H Boardman area"
"Dark campground with tight loops and huge trees"
"Woodsy sites with easy access to Redwoods trail, local wine tasting, and great restaurants"
"Beach camping... literally"
"Beautiful long sandy beach with an amazing coastal bluff trail!"
"Full hookup camping in the forested hills above Oakland"
"Beautiful centrally located destinational stay on the coast"
"Oceanfront camping at it's finest, and quieter than San Elijo SB"
"Typical NPS Camping: Tight loops with crumbling infrastructure"
"Lots of opportunities for exploration"
"Quiet and peaceful in the heart of the red rocks"
"Has everything you want!"
"Quiet and peaceful national park camping"
"THE VIEW ... and a lot of other things"
"Amazing riverside camping - come on off days to snag the river spots!"
"Excellent RV park with everything you need, but Verizon is a letdown"
"National forest camping at it’s finest... complete with random encounters"
"Comfortable stay in the middle of Marble"
"Gorgeous camping among the Aspens, near Aspen"
"Fantastic centrally located campground"
"Well-maintained campground near the city - but very close to the highway"
"Nice quiet campground with good hiking and biking"
"Decent enough, but a bit sketchy"
"A bit cramped but available!"
"Fantastic stay in the Owens valley among the fall colors"
"Typical national park camping"
"Fantastic oceanfront camping not too far from LA"
"Simple, quiet, and peaceful"