Richardsons Beach Campground Freycinet National Park Coles Bay camping Freycinet Peninsula Tasmania Australia
Freycinet National Park's main campground is popular for a reason. Its campsites are spaced out behind an inviting sandy beach in a bay at the top of Freycinet Peninsula's sheltered west coast. Richardsons Beach Campground boast fine bay views and is close to the town of Coles Bay and walking tracks in Freycinet National Park. With both powered and non-powered sites,... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 14, 2014
Friendly Beaches Campground Freycinet National Park Coles Bay Beach camping Tasmania Australia
Friendly Beaches Campground is a primitive campground in Freycinet National Park on Tasmania's east coast just north of the town of Coles Bay. While the campground lacks many comfortable features like picnic tables, fire rings, and running water (there is a toilet at least), the campground is located on an undeveloped coastline surrounded by light sand beaches, which... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 14, 2014
Camping Mayfield Beach Conservation Area Campground Tasmania Australia Campsites
Mayfield Beach Conservation Area is located near the town of Swansea about halfway up the east coast of Tasmania. Also know as Mayfield Bay Coastal Reserve and Mayfield Bay Conservation Area, the small preserve runs along the west side of Great Oyster Bay across from Freycinet Peninsula and has a free campground set just behind a long sandy beach. The campground is just... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 14, 2014
Stumpys Bay Campground Mount William National Park Tasmania Australia Stumpys Campsites
One of the places to camp (or actually four of the places to camp) in Mount William National Park is Stumpys Bay Campground. The camping along Stumpys Bay is split into four campsites spread out along the coast. Each of the numbered campsites is like a distinct campground made up of multiple individual sites. This campground is first-come first serve, but rest assured,... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 14, 2014
Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park Campground Big Sur California Camping
Pinnacles National Park has spectacular boulder-strewn mountains and gorges filled with talus caves. The park is a playground for hikers and climbers. For campers, there is Pinnacles Campground, a 149-site campground set within an oak woodland on the east side of the park. While the campground isn't amongst all the awesome rock formations, the park's fun is close at... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: July 31, 2014
Camping in Andrew Molera State Park Trail Camp Big Sur California Campground
Andrew Molera State Park preserves nearly 5,000 acres of beautiful parkland at the north end of Big Sur. Hikers can explore the park on over twenty miles of trails, including the Ridge Trail - Panorama Trail - Bluff Trail Loop hike. For campers there is Andrew Molera State Park Trail Camp. This 24-site first-come first-serve campground is located in a grassy meadow near... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: July 28, 2014
Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park Campground Big Sur California Camping
For one of the quintessential camping experiences in Big Sur, pack your tent and head to Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. The park is nestled in a verdant valley with campsites laid out beneath oak and redwood trees and along the banks of the charming Big Sur River. Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park resides in the heart of Big Sur and the campground is surrounded by outdoor fun,... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: July 30, 2014
Camping Limekiln State Park Campground Big Sur California Limekiln Campground Redwood Campsites Ocean Campsites Limekiln SP
Limekiln State Park is located in Big Sur about halfway between Monterey and Morro Bay. The 716-acre park has one entrance along Highway One where you will find a 29-site campground. Some sites are nestled in a shaded redwood grove along Limekiln Creek while others are exposed to more sun and ocean views at the bottom of Limekiln Canyon. Campers have access to a small... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: July 30, 2014
Plaskett Creek Campground Los Padres National Forest Big Sur Coast Camping California
Plaskett Creek Campground is a convenient place for tent or RV camping in Big Sur. The campground is close enough to the coast for visitors to smell the ocean, and there are several short hikes nearby. Trails to Sand Dollar Beach, Jade Cove and Plaskett Rock Point are just across Highway One from the campground and Pacific Valley Bluff Trail is only a mile to the north.... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: July 25, 2014
Kirk Creek Campground Los Padres National Forest Coastal Camping Big Sur California
Kirk Creek Campground might as well be called Amazing Ocean Views Campground. This national forest campground is perched atop ocean bluffs that are over 100-foot tall and overlook miles and miles of Pacific Ocean along the beautiful Big Sur coastline. Kirk Creek Campground is a stunning place to put up a tent or park an RV and is sure to be a treat for anyone able to... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: July 25, 2014