It has recently started to enter the hot weather. With summer vacation and the July 4Th, it's time to find the right campsite and go camping! Whether it’s the seaside or the forest, pitching a tent with relatives and friends, sitting around a campfire and sharing joy, is the best travel plan in early summer.
9000 W Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265
Hornhill Broome is a sea-view campground about 2 miles long（which is close to PCH). It is a dreamy and romantic paradise that exists between the cliffs and the waves. Thornhill Broome is a favorite with RV campers. While the beach is the main campsite, most of the campsites are on an elevated position, protected from the surf, allowing you to relax and enjoy the view.
There are more than 60 camping locations in Thornhill Broome, each of which includes picnic tables, fires, water sources and a shower. Even better, you are also welcomed to bring your dog to enjoy the sunny beach, which is very suitable for family.
Table Mountain Campground
22223 Big Pines Hwy, Llano, CA 92397
Visitors can view the spectacular sunrise across the sea of clouds and desert. They can also feel the gorgeous golden glow of the sunset in the mountains, and see the light spread from the mountain peaks to the ridges. It is like experiencing a spiritual baptism.
Table Mountain Campground is sparsely populated, where you can stroll in the cool, grassy air amid lush pine forests and enjoy a rare moment of peace with yourself.
Crystal Lake Recreation Area Campground
California 39, Azusa, CA 91702
If you are looking for the purest peace of mind while exploring a hike full of wonders, Crystal Lake Recreation in Azusa will not disappoint you. This is one of the closest campsites to downtown Los Angeles, but it also has the quietest and most exclusive space to experience the comfort of camping facilities while maximizing the serenity of nature with fewer visitors.
In addition, there are also large lakes here. The lake-colored lake is always shining in the sunlight. Camping and perching by the lake is like walking into a fairy tale. It should be noted that the lake is very deep, so it is not recommended for everyone to play in the water, but there are fish swimming in the lake all year round. If you want to rest your mind, this is also a good place for fishing.
Pismo Beach Campground
555 Pier Avenue, Oceano, CA 93445
400 S Doliver, Pismo Beach, CA 93449
The unique natural environment makes North Beach and Oceano Campground in Pismo Beach the most popular beach camps. Here you can climb, swim, surf, and fish at the same time, and every autumn and winter, there is a magnificent scene of monarch butterflies moving in the sky. The camp is right by the beach and offers full facilities, even a visitor center.
Joshua tree natinal park Campground
74485 National Park Drive, Twentynine Palms
The closest national park to Los Angeles is Joshua tree natinal park. It's about two hours from downtown Los Angeles. The park is named after the Joshua tree. It's a kind of fairy palm plant that grows in the desert like a tree.
The park is located in the Mojave Desert, and there are not only many plants to see such as dwarf pine nuts, juniper, shrubs, oak forests, yucca, and all kinds of strange rock faces. Camping next to these peculiar plants and rock walls, watching the stars and the Milky Way, must have a fun!
Malibu Creek Campground
Malibu Creek State Park, Calabasas
Malibu Creek State Park, owned by 20th Century Fox, has volcanic lava more than 20 million years old, forming a peculiar landscape. If you're just getting started with camping, or just want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and embrace nature on the weekends, Malibu Creek, which doesn't require a longdrive, is perfect.
Each campsite has basic barbecue grills and fires, as well as showers and drinking water supplies, and the price of 45 per night is also reasonable. Most importantly, it is not far from Los Angeles. MalibuCreek's campsites can be reserved in advance. If you want to have a close contact with nature on the weekend, you must confirm the reservation before setting out!
Angeles National Forest Campground
701 N. Santa Anita Ave., Arcadia
Known as the "back garden" of Los Angeles, this is a good place to visit the mountains and forests and have a half-day leisure! The forest is located in the mountains just north of Los Angeles and allows a variety of outdoor activities, including six ski areas, two fishing lakes, three wild areas with bears, birds, bighorn goats, and hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails.