Best Campgrounds in Northern California 


Castle Crags State Park Campground

From hiking on the numerous trails to fishing in the Sacramento River, there are plenty of recreational activities to enjoy here.  

Indian Well Campground 

Lava Beds National Monument features a fascinating landscape with its eruptive history. Visitors love to explore its lava tubes.  

Jedediah Smith Redwoods  

The campground is close to the historic Howland Hill Road. If you like to fish, the beautiful Smith River is also a short walk away.  

Burlington Campground is the only one where you can camp year-round.  It has three campgrounds.You can easily reach the ground via the Avenue of the Giants, famous for its towering trees.

You’ll find numerous impressive tidal features such as the Devil’s Punchbowl and bluffs with numerous trails going around.  

Russian Gulch  

MacKerricher State Park

Perched north of Fort Bragg, this scenic coastal park draws many campers to enjoy its lush surroundings.