At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

Heading to Questival in Los Angeles, CA and want to camp? We put together this list of popular campsites nearby.

Where to Camp Near Questival Los Angeles

Questival Los Angeles kicks off at Los Angeles State Historic Park! Our campground recommendations start with top campgrounds by camping type, and then list campgrounds from closest to furthest, along with more information below.

Top recommendation for tent campers: Monte Cristo Campground

Monte Cristo Campground is the closest campground to Los Angeles State Historic Park, providing sites for tent campers. Reservation, distance, and cost details below.





Best backup for tent campers: Buckhorn Campground

Buckhorn Campground Reservation is the second closest campground to Los Angeles State Historic Park. Reservation, distance, and cost details below.

Top recommendation for RVers: Dockweiler RV Park

RV campers are in luck in Los Angeles. Dockweiler is not far from Los Angeles State Historic Park and you’ll be right on the water! Reservation, Distance, and cost details below.

1. MONTE CRISTO CAMPGROUND

Distance: 31.4 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: 19 standard sites.

Cost: Standard sites: $12/site/night

Reservations?: No, first come, first served.

Phone number:(626) 574-1613

2. BUCKHORN CAMPGROUND, CA

Image from Dyrt user Alexa S.

Distance: 47.8 miles

Website: Click here

Rating: 5-star: “Each campsite had a picnic table and fire pit, and although the campground said the water spigots were broken they worked just fine.” Read reviews here.

Number of sites: 38 standard sites.

Cost: $12/site/night

Reservations?: No. First come, first served.

Phone number: NA

3. HORSE FLATS CAMPGROUND

Image from Dyrt user Leslie R.

Distance: 43.3 miles

Website: Click here

Rating: 5-star. “There are a few campgrounds in this area of the Angeles National Forest. Horse Flats is not as popular as Buckhorn, and is a little less “green” with regards to the immediate scenery.” Read reviews here.

Number of sites: 26 standard sites.

Cost: Beach front: $12/site/night.

Reservations?: No. First come, first served.

Phone number: NA

4. GLENN CAMP CAMPGROUND

Distance: 41.7 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: 10 standard sites, walk or bike-in only.

Cost: $5/vehicle/day

Reservations?: No, first come, first served.

Phone number: NA

5. DOCKWEILER RV PARK

Distance: 19.9 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: Over 100 sites for RVs.

Cost: $55-65/site/night.

Reservations?: Yes, reserve online.

Phone number: (310) 322-4951

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    Ryan Fliss

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