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6 Peaceful Campground Getaways in Los Angeles

The Great Outdoors are not as far away as you think. Located close to civilization but far enough to feel miles and miles away, you can find some much needed peace of mind in the form of a campsite. A mini road trip to an overnight staycation is just what the doctor ordered. Nothing beats a few restorative days sleeping under the stars and taking in some much needed fresh air, so why not escape somewhere close by and experience more of what Mother Nature has to offer. Give yourself a break this weekend and enjoy one of these excellent campground getaways. And just a little tip: always remember to check road advisories and if campgrounds are open before you go. No ones likes to head back home before planned. camping spots in los angeles

Thornhill Broome Campground

Located in the glorious Point Mugu State Park, the Thornhill Broome campground sits on the beach and hugs the breezy shoreline. Spend the day driving to the nearby sand dunes, enjoying dolphin and seal sightings, laying out on the sand, or soak in the breathtaking ocean view. Top off your night by watching the sun set into the ocean and hear the waves crashing against the rocky shore while you sleep.

9000 W Pacific Coast Hwy
Malibu, CA 90265
310.457.8143

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Buckhorn Campground

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At a 6, 300 foot elevation, the Buckthorn Campground takes its campers to the next level with its peaceful atmosphere and spacious campsites. Feeling like you’re in good shape? Test out your stamina by hiking the 15 mile Burkhart Trail and relish in the glorious views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Would rather hang out by the water all day? Head out to Buckthorn Falls or Cooper Canyon Falls and take a dip at the bottom of a waterfall.

Angeles Crest Hwy
La Canada Flintridge, CA 91011
626.574.1613

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Chantry Flats

Chantry flats is a great place to go to enjoy the best of the outdoor world. The campground is surrounded by ample shade and a hike away from the deep pools of Hermit Falls and Sturtevant Falls. There are hiking options for every level around the area, but the strenuous 14 mile loop to Mt. Wilson is a popular favorite.

Santa Anita Canyon Rd
Sierra Madre, CA 91025
626.574.1613

 

Leo Carrillo Campgrounds

Located right off the Pacific Coast Highway, the Leo Carrillo campgrounds are shaded by beautiful sycamore and oak trees. There is a convenience store walking distance away, showers, and WI-FI available for those who enjoy less rustic camping options. Wake up to a beachside retreat and explore the tide pools and ocean caves until the sun goes down.

35000 W. Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90265
310.457.8143

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Table Mountain Campground

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Let winding roads take you to the serenity of Table Mountain Campground. Find a campsite tucked away in the pine trees and sprawl out in one of the campground’s spacious camp sites. Hop on the Table Mountain Nature Trail the next day and enjoy the abundant wildlife that surrounds you… Maybe consider even taking up a little bird watching for the afternoon.

22223 Big Pines Hwy
Llano, CA 92397
760.249.3526

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Henniger Flats

Hike up 3 miles to this awe-inspiring campground and be rewarded with spectacular panoramic views of the greater Los Angeles area. Enjoy the pretty city lights after sundown and watch the marine layer come in after most of the city has fallen asleep. Wake up on a clear day and take in the view of Catalina Island 2, 600 feet above sea level.

1750 N Altadena Dr
Pasadena, CA 91107
626.398.5420