Joshua Tree, California – Camp Nylen
In case all of the Joshua Tree permits are sold out, have no fear because this group campsite located just outside the iconic California wildlife park will fully accommodate all your needs. Surrounded by undeveloped private and public land, this campsite is the perfect option for hikers and mountain bikers on a budget.
Andes, New York – Turtle Creek
This secluded campground might be a bit far from the Andes mountains, but this serene site will allow you to experience a healthy dose of hiking and flyfishing while enjoying the true peace and quiet of mother nature.
Nevada City, California – Yuba River Cabins
Situated on a habitat preserve that stretches for 1,400 acres, the Yuba River Cabins provides visitors with access to the Yuba River beach, a picnic area, hammock, chairs, and an optional river campsite. Take a dip in the private swimming holes, or soak in some rays on the sun-warmed rocks. You won’t regret it!
Bodega Bay, California – Salmon Creek Ranch
Located conveniently near the California coast, and just 45 minutes from wine country, the 400-acre Salmon Creek Ranch provides the option of three different private campsites. You’ll be able to enjoy the shade of the beautiful redwood trees during daylight hours. If you’re planning on visiting in winter, however, make sure your car has 4-wheel drive.
Mariposa, California – Sky Ranch
Not far from Yosemite National Park, bring along all of your adventure-seeking friends to stay in the on-grounds five-person cabin and avoid packed campgrounds or issues with campground reservations.
Long Eddy, New York – “The Falls”
Camp right alongside your very own private natural swimming hole lined with smooth rocks. “The Falls” gets its name from the beautiful nearby 12-foot waterfall which empties into the native trout stream. It’s the perfect accommodation for hikers and fishers alike!