Calaveras County has got some incredible (and surprisingly easy to snag) camping spots. Here are some places we think are worthy of a great outdoors family vacation (sleeping under the stars style).
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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. Check out our full … Continued
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 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
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. The South Shore features the following campsites: Coyote Flat … Continued
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
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. Angels Camp RV Resort Located just a few miles south of historic downtown Angels Camp, you’ll have a perfect spot to … Continued
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
Good food, great golf (of all sorts), gorgeous hiking and mountain biking trails and so many other surprises make this little town worth the stop.
Copperopolis is filled with history that you’ve probably never even realized was right here in Calaveras County!
Ties to “The Gentleman Bandit” and the Civil War, come discover all the beauty in “Copper”!
Bring a little small town charm into your holiday shopping experience this year with Calaveras’ Christmas celebrations. Our down home tree-lightings, lighted Christmas parades, craft fairs, and historic downtown shopping events serving complimentary warm beverages and fresh baked goods will get you in the holiday spirit of giving and generosity. And don’t miss your chance to say hello to Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Did you know that Calaveras County is home to hundreds of miles of trails perfect for mountain biking? Find your next mountain bike adventure with our guide to Mountain Bike Trails in Calaveras County and the Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway corridor below.