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Exploring the Santa Cruz Beach Camping

Ketki Dongare Sep 9, 2019
California's Santa Cruz is home to some exceptional campgrounds, ranging from forest camp areas to the beach diving coastal parks. Let go of the wired-in gadgets and pitch in your tents amid mother nature, at the best campgrounds around Santa Cruz beaches.

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Once at Seabright Beach, get on a boat and head to the Walton Lighthouse to capture the best sunsets ever, or just drop in some wood at the beach and enjoy a good bonfire with your friends.
While at Twin Lakes State Beach, choose between the Happy Hour at the Crow’s Nest - live music, dancing and unlimited fun, or a leisurely sunbath by the beach.
Welcomed by the famous natural bridge and home for the Monarch butterflies, Natural Bridges State Beach can be your perfect family campground set in the eucalyptus and pine trees grove.
Embark on a scenic coastal camping adventure at West Cliff Drive, lined with Cypress trees, perfect for backpacking and surfing at the Cowell Beach.

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Travel back in time with over 100 years chronicles of surfing at Santa Cruz Surfing Museum.
Live the life of a rancher while camping at Wilder Ranch State Beach. You must go horseback riding for fun and don't forget your cowboy hat while you at it!

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Camp out on the bluff top of the Seacliff State Beach Campground, admiring the summery picturesque beaches.
Ideal for RVs and tents, one can imagine the beauty of camping under the pine trees, sound of the beach waves gushing all over with spectacular views of Monterey Bay, at the Sunset State Beach Campground.

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Experience the redwoods and the famous 40-acre towering redwood grove at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park lodged in the depths of the Santa Cruz mountains.

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Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort is an ideal RV campground to set up a base camp amid California's Redwoods.