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Campsites in California (Open and COVID Safe)

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So what open campsites are there in California right now? If you’re looking for a safe way to get out of the house and travel this pandemic, camping is a great activity. Checkout this list of the top five campgrounds still open in California (with COVID precautions in place).

And if you’re looking for a delicious, travel safe snack to bring with you, shop our Wild Game Jerky!

Campsites in California

Yosemite RV Resort

El Capitan Half Dome and Merced River , Yosemite National Park , California in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Adobe RGB. ultra wide angle.

The Yosemite RV Resort is located in the heart of Yosemite Valley. They have breathtaking views of waterfalls, rolling hills, and ancient redwoods. If you’re looking for more family fun, their location has pools, playgrounds, and horseshoe pits. There are all kinds of beautiful trails to travel while you get lost under the Yosemite sky. From cabin rentals, yurts, RV spots, and tent setups you can stay however you’re comfortable! They also have free WIFI, gift shops, and they’re pet friendly!

San Luis Reservoir

On May 29, 2019, San Luis Reservoir’s storage is 1,455,336 acre feet, 71 percent of total capacity. An aerial drone view of the San Luis Reservoir, in the foreground is the Basalt Boat Ramp. The Reservoir is located 12 miles west of the city of Los Banos near the historic Pacheco Pass, is part of the San Luis Joint-Use Complex, which serves the State Water Project and the federal Central Valley Project. San Luis Reservoir is one of the nation’s largest off stream reservoirs, meaning it has no watershed. Instead the reservoir stores water diverted from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta for later deliveries to the Silicon Valley, San Joaquin Valley, the Central Coast, and Southern California. California. Ken James / California Department of Water Resources, FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY

The San Luis Reservoir is located near the historic Pacheco Pass. It’s an awesome site for boarding, boating, camping, and picnicking!  They are open from 6am to 6pm through February. They have four year long campgrounds: Basalt, San Luis Creek, Medeiros, and Los Banos Creek.  It also has three lakes: San Luis Reservoir, O’Neill Forebay, and Los Banos Creek Reservoir. If you love water sports, this is the campground for you!

Modesto Reservoir

The Modesto Reservoir is currently open to both residents and non-residents. With full-hookup campsites, picnic shelters, barbecues, and an archery range this site has a lot to offer! You can swim, fish, boat, jet ski, bird watch, and if you have the permits you can even hunt Waterfowl. This location however is not pet friendly and asks pet owners keep their furry friends at home to preserve their water quality.

Manresa State Beach

If you love the beach this one is hard to miss. Especially with beautiful views like the Santa Cruz Mountains to the northwest and the forested hills of the Monterey Peninsula to the southwest. This campsite doesn’t accommodate RV’s but you are able to bring your tents. If you’d like to fish a license is required but you have the chance to catch Starry flounder, California halibut, barred surf perch, striped bass and surf smelt.

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