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Planning to Camp for 4th Of July? Here’s A List Of Campsites That Are Now Open!

By kmvq on June 12, 2020
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 11: Noah (in hammock) and Valentina Gonzalez from the Sacramento area relax in their campsite on June 11, 2020 in Yosemite National Park, California. Yosemite National Park reopened today with many restrictions after shutting down in March to protect people from COVID-19. Only about half of the average June visitors will be allowed in, and they must make an online reservation for each car. The park will issue 1,700 day passes each day and an additional 1,900 passes for reservations at campsites or hotels in the park. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

4th of July is right around the corner and its time to make some plans. Reserve California released a statement saying that,”At this time, State Parks has reopened campground sites at 29 park units with limited capacity and with new camping guidelines”. All 280 state parks closed March 19th when the Shelter-In-Place order was in place, and now 29 of them are reopened today with the new social distancing guidelines applied. The department goes on and says, “The department is collaborating with local officials on a phased and regionally driven approach to increase access at park units where compliance with local and public health orders can be achieved.”

Here’s the list and start planning your trip today:

 

Bolsa Chica SB
Chino Hills SP
Colusa-Sacramento River SRA
Crystal Cove SP Moro Campground
Cuyamaca Rancho SP
Big Basin Redwoods SP (Little Basin Campgrounds)
D.L. Bliss SP
Doheny SB
Donner Memorial SP
El Capitan SB
Folsom Lake SRA
Grover Hot Springs SP
Half Moon Bay SB
Lake Perris SRA
Leo Carrillo SP
Malakoff Diggins SHP
Mt. San Jacinto SP
Palomar Mountain SP
Point Mugu SP
Refugio SB
Salton Sea SRA
San Clemente SB (Holidays Vintage Trailers)
San Elijo SB
San Onofre SB
Silver Strand SB
Silverwood Lake SRA
South Carlsbad SB
Sugar Pine Point SP