Some popular campgrounds in California include Tahoe National Forest, Redwood National and State Parks and Crystal Cove State Park, according to the Travel Channel. Each campground offers a unique experience for campers.
Tahoe National Forest has more than 75 campgrounds and covers around 150,000 acres of wilderness. Campers can spend up to 2 weeks at one of the camping sites at Tahoe National Forest. Visitors have the option to either camp at an undeveloped site or to rent a cabin.
Crystal Cove State Park spans more than 2,400 acres of woods and wilderness and more than 3 miles of beachfront. The park is located between Corona del Mar and Laguna Beach. Campers can choose between RV camping, family and bluff camping or tent camping. There are also rustic cottages built in the 1930s and 1940s that campers can rent on the campground's coast.
Redwood National and State Parks is nestled in the oldest redwoods in California. There are four campgrounds to choose from and the parks are located about 325 miles north of San Francisco. Other popular campgrounds in California include Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Forest, California's Big Sur and Lake Tahoe Basin, as stated by the Travel Channel.