By Julie Cleek
Camping in Northern California has become one of the most popular areas to bring your RV, family, and pets to camp.
A few exceptional places I would like to highlight are Fort Bragg, CA, Tahoe National Forest, and Dillon’s Beach.
Fort Bragg has many different camping options, but a great place to choose is Westport Beach RV Park and Campground. This park is located in Mendocino County and it offers Cottages, cabins, full hookup RV sites, and tent camping as well. It has a 4.4-star overall rating with amenities such as volleyball and horseshoe courts, a kids playground, and private beach. The average price for an RV site is only $65 per night and it is only 19 miles from the famous Glass Beach attraction.
The Tahoe National Forest is one of the most beautiful places in CA. Lake Tahoe is a large freshwater lake in Northern California that is home to winter sports, summer outdoor recreation, and scenery enjoyed throughout the year. Meeks Bay Resort and Marina Campground offers full RV hookups and tent sites with waterfront sites so popular that many are reserved more than a year in advance. The average RV site cost depends on the season and ranges from $45-65 per night. The resort is proud of its overall star rating of 4.1.
A great place to camp on Dillon’s Beach is Lawson’s Landing RV Park. Lawson’s Landing is a Year-Round boating and fishing resort and is situated at the mouth of Tomales Bay, California which is 50 miles north of San Francisco. They also have a 4.1 overall star rating and their campsites range from $45-60 per night. To the west of the campground, they offer over 1 mile of ocean beach with clamming, fishing, boat launching, and boat rentals. In addition, they also offer Tomales Dunes which are some of the last mobile dune systems left along the California coast.
If you are looking for places to camp in Northern California, then look no longer! These options are some of the best choices around, and you won’t be disappointed!