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Calflax, California

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10 Reviews of 4 Calflax, California Campgrounds

TThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 23, 2021

Parking lot, but clean

This campground is basically a parking lot, with very few shaded areas. There are some trees that offer shade, but only a few. It has full hook up. It has level, gravel sites. The office staff is kind. The bathrooms are impeccably clean. Really nice showers. Nice pool. Far enough off of route 5…

Month of VisitAugust
Tammie L.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 20, 2021

Almond Tree oasis

Great stop off if you are heading in San Francisco. Sites are level, just wide enough for Rv with slides and long enough if you are towing a car. Not many shade trees. I got lucky and pick spot 44 which is right across from the pool and showers and best of all a huge shade tree.

Month of VisitAugust
Reviewed Dec. 11, 2020

Great location, good spots

This is a great location halfway between northern and southern California along I5. Clean and not too busy so we were nicely spaced out.

It being in the middle of nowhere, there is nothing to walk or bike to, but the town is about 10 miles inland.

Meg R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 20, 2020

A true oasis

My job in agriculture brought me to the area to visit farms nearby. I was glad to find the Almond Tree, which turned out to be a perfect base camp for the week. It is truly a little oasis in a vast agricultural landscape without many lodging options or attractions. And my Dyrt PRO membership…

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Reviewed Jul. 23, 2020

bad experience

this has already been written but the map and location are not correct.  This campground is very bad.  The campground is overrun by a redneck RV community.  The bathrooms and showers are gross.  No one adheres to COVID social distancing or mask regulations.  Most of the campsites are very small,…

Month of VisitAugust
John W.
Reviewed Jun. 9, 2020

Epic Campground on the river

I've been coming to Riverside campground fo the past 46 years and I'm 48 years old.  I've never taken anyone here who hasn't fallen in love with it.

It's on the north end of Big Sur which is great since you can come from the north or drive through Big Sur to get there (which is beautiful).


  • Driving down into the campground from Highway 1.  You can bring a large RV there believe it or not.
  • One of the Riverside sites that can take an RV
Debi R.
Reviewed Apr. 24, 2020

Little Piece of Heaven off of Highway 5

If you’re doing the long drive from the Bay Area to LA, a nice place to stay is Mercey Hot Springs.  It takes about 20 minutes to get there from the freeway and is in the middle of nowhere.  Camping is $50 per person, but it gives you access to the pool and the hot tubs.  There are both clothing…

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Month of VisitMay
Reese F.
Reviewed Aug. 25, 2019

Beach camping, friendly staff, awesome secluded tent sites.

I was lucky enough to spend four nights here last winter. It was breezy and rained on and off. The walk in sites are secluded and this park has all the amenities including free showers. Dog friendly. I hear it gets very busy in the summertime. There are a few year round residents, and it’s…

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Nicole R.
Reviewed Oct. 25, 2018

It was ok!

Passing through for a night with discount was $32. Pull through full hookup gravel sites that are very tight and couldn’t put slide out as there was car parked in way. Dog park isn’t fenced off and running out of bags. Not many trees for shade and very close to noisy truck stop. Pool closed also.…

Month of VisitNovember

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