Top RV Camping near Maricopa, CA

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Best RV Camping Sites Near Maricopa, CA (78)

    Camper-submitted photo from Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area
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    Camper-submitted photo from Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area

    1.

    Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area

    12 Reviews
    23 Photos
    91 Saves
    Tupman, California

    Buena Vista is a man-made site located approximately 25 miles southwest of Bakersfield. When the site was completed in April 1973, it took 43 days to fill both Lake Evans and the much larger Lake Webb with over 2,300,000,000 gallons (or 6,800 acre feet) of water.

    Lake Webb is an elongated shape of 873 acres available for boating, jet‐skiing and fishing, as well as an additional 125 acres for jet‐skiing (maximum speed 45 mph). Projecting midway into the lake, a horseshoe‐shaped spit of land contains 112 campsites in a double row. To maintain the landscaping through the dry season, a sprinkler system operates, requiring campers to place their things in designated spots.

    Lake Evans, at 86 acres, is the place for the more serene pursuits of sailing, fishing, and boating at no more than 5 mph.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    Camper-submitted photo from Cachuma Lake Recreation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Cachuma Lake Recreation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Cachuma Lake Recreation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Cachuma Lake Recreation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Cachuma Lake Recreation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Cachuma Lake Recreation Area

    2.

    Cachuma Lake Recreation Area

    55 Reviews
    239 Photos
    803 Saves
    Santa Ynez, California

    Set amidst acres of wilderness flanked by the picturesque Santa Ynez and San Rafael Mountains, lies glimmering Cachuma Lake. Here you will find practically everything you need for a relaxing getaway in the great outdoors. Mild temperatures, typically sunny skies, and celebrated fishing conditions make camping here during winter months exceptionally rewarding. The County entered into a long-term lease with the Federal Bureau of Reclamation in 1953 to manage the 9,000 acre Cachuma Lake Recreation Area. Cachuma Lake was formed by the construction of Bradbury Dam in that same year. Located off scenic Highway 154 in the Santa Ynez Valley, Cachuma Lake is midway between the beaches and bustle of Santa Barbara and the Danish Community of Solvang. At any age... in any season... you'll find that the Cachuma Lake Recreation Area offers a fun and relaxing getaway.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    Camper-submitted photo from Reyes Creek Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Reyes Creek Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Reyes Creek Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Reyes Creek Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Reyes Creek Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Reyes Creek Campground

    3.

    Reyes Creek Campground

    15 Reviews
    47 Photos
    301 Saves
    Pine Mountain Club, California

    Overview

    Hammock spots, dipping holes and a fishing stream make Reyes Creek Campground an ideal hideaway. Located near the Sespe Wilderness alongside Reyes Creek you will find renewal and replenishment, Reyes Creek-style.

    Recreation

    Trail hiking, fishing, swimming, group camping, mountain biking, hunting, horseback riding, nature viewing, and recreational mining are favored activities. Day trips to higher elevation snow play in the winter is also enjoyed.

    Facilities

    Trail hiking, fishing, swimming, group camping, mountain biking, hunting, horseback riding, nature viewing, and recreational mining are favored activities. Day trips to higher elevation snow play in the winter is also enjoyed.

    Natural Features

    This shaded streamside campground located at 3,500 feet elevation boasts an ample supply of riparian oak and cottonwood trees. The creek area is well shaded and runs year-round. Overhead you may catch a glimpse of red-tailed hawks soaring above the trees. If you are lucky, you may see a California condor!

    Nearby Attractions

    Located south of Ozena Valley, this campground provides access to the Sespe Wilderness via the Reyes Creek Trail linking to the Piedra Blanc National Recreation Trail. This site is the trailhead for Gene Marshall-Piedra Blanca National Recreation Area ideal for hiking or mountain biking.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Equestrian

    $150 - $154 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Bakersfield River Run RV Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Bakersfield River Run RV Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Bakersfield River Run RV Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Bakersfield River Run RV Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Bakersfield River Run RV Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Bakersfield River Run RV Park

    4.

    Bakersfield River Run RV Park

    19 Reviews
    28 Photos
    63 Saves
    Bakersfield, California

    "The PLACE To Stay". Bakersfield's Premier RV Park, we are centrally located in Bakersfield, CA right off of Highway 99 and Rosedale Hwy. Each site offers full hookups including 70 channel cable TV and Wi-Fi so that you can stay connected while relaxing in the park. Many nearby attractions including Buck Owens Crystal Palace, Rabobank convention center and many other sports and entertainment venues. We strive to make every guest feel welcome by providing friendly staff, clean and safe facilities and exceptional service. If you are traveling through the area, we hope that you will choose to stay with us.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $42 - $49 / night

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      5.

      Wheeler Gorge Campground

      29 Reviews
      10 Saves
      Ojai, California

      Overview

      Wheeler Gorge Campground is a great place for families to explore the Los Padres National Forest all year long. Informative tours of the area are led by forest rangers at the nearby visitor center. The campground provides scenic views of a nearby stream, as well as vast mountain vistas.

      Recreation

      The Wheeler Gorge Nature Trail begins at the upper end of the campground. It is a relatively short loop that leads through thick vegetation along the creek banks and to a hillside view of the area. Wildflowers often bloom along the path. The creek flows near some of the campsites and a small swimming hole is frequented near the side of the highway. Fishing is rough in the area and may produce a catch of trout, but the stream is not stocked. Kayaking or canoeing in the creek is not recommended. Educational programs, including ranger-led hikes, are offered year-round.

      Facilities

      The Wheeler Gorge Nature Trail begins at the upper end of the campground. It is a relatively short loop that leads through thick vegetation along the creek banks and to a hillside view of the area. Wildflowers often bloom along the path. The creek flows near some of the campsites and a small swimming hole is frequented near the side of the highway. Fishing is rough in the area and may produce a catch of trout, but the stream is not stocked. Kayaking or canoeing in the creek is not recommended. Educational programs, including ranger-led hikes, are offered year-round.

      Natural Features

      The campground is adjacent to Matilija Creek, and is bordered by a mixed forest of oak and sycamore trees and evergreen shrubbery. Most sites are shaded and summer temperatures reach up to 95 degrees. The campground was originally built by Boy Scouts nearly a century ago, as well as a historical stone home that is also on-site.

      Nearby Attractions

      Ventura and the Pacific Ocean are about 20 miles south of the campground.

      • Pets
      • RVs
      • Tents
      • Standard (Tent/RV)
      • Toilets

      $34 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Mcgill Campground And Group Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mcgill Campground And Group Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mcgill Campground And Group Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mcgill Campground And Group Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mcgill Campground And Group Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mcgill Campground And Group Campground

      6.

      Mcgill Campground And Group Campground

      11 Reviews
      45 Photos
      190 Saves
      Pine Mountain Club, California

      Overview

      Escape from the city to the remote and beautiful McGill Campground. The campground, bursting with views of mountains and valleys, is an ideal base for several biking and hiking trails. A dense stand of Jeffrey pine and ponderosa pine shade the campground and each campsite is nicely spaced.

      Recreation

      Explore the area along the accessible Exploration Trail, Mount Pinos Trail and McGill Campground Trail. McGill is for hiking and biking and meanders along 3.7 miles of scenery.

      Facilities

      Explore the area along the accessible Exploration Trail, Mount Pinos Trail and McGill Campground Trail. McGill is for hiking and biking and meanders along 3.7 miles of scenery.

      Natural Features

      McGill Campground sits in a mixed tall pine forest in the Pinos Mountains, at an altitude of 7,300 feet, just over an hour's drive from the campground. It is quiet and serene landscape with terrific views of the valleys below.

      Nearby Attractions

      Head out on the Jacinto Reyes National Scenic Byway, which travels past breathtaking cliffs, rock formations and lush riparian areas.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • RVs
      • Tents

      $150 - $154 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Santa Cruz Campground — Carpinteria State Beach
      Camper-submitted photo from Santa Cruz Campground — Carpinteria State Beach
      Camper-submitted photo from Santa Cruz Campground — Carpinteria State Beach
      Camper-submitted photo from Santa Cruz Campground — Carpinteria State Beach
      Camper-submitted photo from Santa Cruz Campground — Carpinteria State Beach
      Camper-submitted photo from Santa Cruz Campground — Carpinteria State Beach

      7.

      Santa Cruz Campground — Carpinteria State Beach

      46 Reviews
      104 Photos
      893 Saves
      Carpinteria, California

      Twelve miles south of Santa Barbara, Carpinteria camping offers a mile of beach for swimming, surf fishing, tidepool exploring and camping. Although dogs are not allowed on beach, we have a great picnic area where they are allowed to enjoy the outdoors as well. Lifeguards patrol the beach year round and lifeguard towers are staffed roughly from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The Spanish named the area Carpinteria because the Chumash tribe, which lived in the area, had a large seagoing canoe-building enterprise, or "carpentry shop" here. This was because of naturally-occurring surface tar, which was used to waterproof the canoes.

      Seals and sea lions can be seen in the area December through May, as well as an occasional gray whale. Tidepools contain starfish, sea anemones, crabs, snails, octopi and sea urchins.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access
      • RVs

      $180 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Orange Grove RV Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Orange Grove RV Park
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      Camper-submitted photo from Orange Grove RV Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Orange Grove RV Park

      8.

      Orange Grove RV Park

      22 Reviews
      70 Photos
      73 Saves
      Edison, California

      Every one of our extra-long, pull-thru sites offers the shade of two or more leafy orange trees. With their snowy white trunks and fragrant, flavorful fruits, the trees form a 40-acre oasis of shade and serenity in Bakersfield’s desert climate. And guess what? You can pick all the sweet, delicious oranges you want. Swim, hike, and explore at California’s most unique destination – Orange Grove RV Park.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access

      $43 - $54 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Casitas Recreation Area
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Casitas Recreation Area
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Casitas Recreation Area
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Casitas Recreation Area
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Casitas Recreation Area
      Camper-submitted photo from Lake Casitas Recreation Area

      9.

      Lake Casitas Recreation Area

      37 Reviews
      91 Photos
      430 Saves
      Oak View, California

      Lake Casitas camping offers over 400 sites, so you can choose the camping experience that suits you best. Some sites are lakeside, close enough to hear the lapping water, others are nestled among the trees, and still more are located on hillsides offering splendid views of the sparkling lake.

      We have sites to accommodate tents, tent trailers, campers and RVs, all with picnic tables and fire rings, and some with children's playgrounds close by. Shower houses with bathrooms are located at the front gate and towards the back of the park. We also have a convenient, fenced, dry storage facility for recreational vehicles, boats, canoes & kayaks

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access
      Camper-submitted photo from Mt. Pinos Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mt. Pinos Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mt. Pinos Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mt. Pinos Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mt. Pinos Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Mt. Pinos Campground

      10.

      Mt. Pinos Campground

      10 Reviews
      19 Photos
      100 Saves
      Pine Mountain Club, California

      Overview

      Mount Pinos or in the Native American Chumash language, "Iwihinmu," was considered to be the center of the world, the point where everything was in balance. At 7,800 feet, the campground, bursting with views of mountains and valleys, is an ideal base for several biking and hiking trails. The dark and clear night skies make this a picture-perfect stargazing setting.

      Recreation

      Ride your bicycle to the top of Mount Pinos or hike the Mount Pinos Trail, McGill exploration trail, or enjoy the views of the valleys below from your campsite. Mount Pinos is considered to be one of the best star gazing locations in California due to its dark skies, extremely low light pollution and frequently clear skies. It is a favorite place for amateur astronomers. On a clear day, you can see the entire San Joaquin Valley and the surrounding mountain ranges.

      Facilities

      Ride your bicycle to the top of Mount Pinos or hike the Mount Pinos Trail, McGill exploration trail, or enjoy the views of the valleys below from your campsite. Mount Pinos is considered to be one of the best star gazing locations in California due to its dark skies, extremely low light pollution and frequently clear skies. It is a favorite place for amateur astronomers. On a clear day, you can see the entire San Joaquin Valley and the surrounding mountain ranges.

      Natural Features

      Along with views of the Lockwood Valley and Frazier Mountain, Mt. Pinos Campground is best appreciated by camping enthusiasts who prefer being nestled within the shaded enclave of Jeffery pines that dominate the scenery.

      Nearby Attractions

      Hiking trails, biking, fishing and swimming are all within 30 minutes of the campground. Restaurants, gas and shopping are within 15 miles at Pine Mountain Club or 19 miles in Frazier Park. Lake of the Woods and Frazier Park are about 10 miles to the east. Lockwood Valley and Cuddy Valley are located at the base of Mt. Pinos.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Phone Service
      • RVs
      • Tents
      • Group

      $30 - $34 / night

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