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Camping in Calaveras

Camping is one of the best ways to experience Calaveras County’s four-season recreation environments from the rolling foothills of the Gold Country to the spectacular High Sierra. Wherever you choose to stay, be sure to look up into our night skies – free of light pollution, the views are awe inspiring. Angels Camp: New Melones … Continued

Camping at New Melones

The Glory Hole Recreation Area offers great camping at New Melones, with sites overlooking the lake. There are 140 campsites at 2 campgrounds: Big Oak and Ironhorse, most accommodating either RV or tent camping. Campground amenities include: campfire rings and picnic tables at each site | campfire programs | amphitheater | interpretive hikes | horseshoes | … Continued

Pardee Lake Camping

Pardee Lake Camping is a peaceful, quiet experience, perfect for seniors and families, offering 141 oak-shaded camp sites with picnic tables and fire rings in two separate campgrounds available on a first-come, first-served basis. The Lakeview campground is closest to the marina area, with a short walk to showers, laundry room café, restrooms and swimming pools … Continued

Lake Camanche Camping

You can book your campsites online choosing from more than 550 tent camping sites spread over the North and South Shores. Campsite amenities include bbqs. water, picnic tables, hot showers, laundry facilities and restrooms. Primitive sites usually have no amenities like water, picnic tables or restrooms close by. If you’re new to camping, Lake Camanche has … Continued

New Hogan Lake Camping

New Hogan Lake camping, picnicking and RV sites are well designed to give beautiful views of the lake. There are 207 campsites available for reservation at three campgrounds: Acorn, Oak Knoll & Deer Flat with boat-in camping, plus one group campground that can accommodate up to 50 people, called Coyote Point. While here, you can … Continued

Salt Spring Valley Reservoir Camping

Salt Spring Valley Reservoir camping is located right next to the lake for great access to fishing, boating, swimming and jet skiing. There are 80 acres of campgrounds with tent and RV camping available, a dump station, restrooms, showers, and picnic tables. Sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Just 15-minutes’ drive from Copperopolis, … Continued

Angels Camp RV & Camping Resort

Angels Camp RV Camping Resort is a family-friendly park with over 100 sites. The resort is perfect for groups, families, and couples. With full hookups, comfortable lodges, rustic cabins and tent sites available year-round. Located just a few miles south of historic downtown Angels Camp, you’ll have a perfect spot to relax between your adventures … Continued

Camping in Bear Valley area

There are multiple high country campsites along the Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway including: Stanislaus National Forest Camping is available at Spicer Reservoir on a first-come, first-served basis. To get to the campground, take Spicer Reservoir Road 9 miles off Highway 4. For individual sites, (6 people and up to 2 cars – $5 for … Continued

Stay in Angels Camp

Perfectly centralized in Calaveras County, Angels Camp delivers on the romance, family-fun, history, outdoor adventures, and the world-famous, one-and-only Jumping Frog Jubilee. Angels Camp is easily located an hour and a half from Sacramento Airport or Yosemite or a little over two hours from San Francisco, San Jose, or South Lake Tahoe. Ideally situated above … Continued

Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail – Upper

See our full listing on the Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail. The watershed trails in Amador and Calaveras Counties offer 29 continuous miles of trail to the public. Please note however, that NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED, there is NO CAMPING and an inexpensive trail permit is REQUIRED. Permits are available online at ebmud.com/recreation. Questions? Call EBMUD at 209-772-8204. You can request a beautifully … Continued

Stay in Arnold – Calaveras County

As the starting point for the Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway, Arnold might be considered to be the gateway to the Sierra (and the big trees for that matter), but this rustic mountain town (elevation 4,000-feet) is a vacation destination in and of itself.

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