- 210 Golf Club Dr., Santa Cruz, CA 95060, USA
24 sites, each with a picnic table, and space for your car. Within walking distance of downtown Santa Cruz. It is beside the Big Trees Railroad tracks, and the train passes twice a day on weekends. 3 flush toilets, and one shower with good hot water. A quiet, non-boisterous, safe family camp with an on site manager. Only a few RV sites w/o power. The rest are tent sites. Peaceful.
Email: [email protected]
Max RV Length: 18
Check-in Time: before 8pm
Check-out Time: 11 AM
Latitude/Longitude: 36.98975 , 122.036583
Total Sites: 24
Camping Season: April 15th to September 30th
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
Take Hwy 1 to River St./Hwy 9 junction, and go North 3 blocks to Golf club Dr. Turn on Golf Club, and proceed under the trestle, and look for 210 Golf Club DR
First come, first served
Dogs on a leash for $2 per day
paid per night
Tell your friends
quiet beautiful campground close to down town
August 26, 2011
I really enjoy camping here
I come in to see the concerts on the boardwalk
I've been coming for about 7 years
the best show I've seen was eddie money
it's a quick trip to the beach
the staff is really cool and it's laid back
you call them to make a reservation at is no deposit
it's tents only so it's very peaceful and quiet
there's a shower that's always hot
two clean bathrooms
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October 26, 2008
We have stayed here quite a few times. It's a little ways from the beach and down town, but it's clean and quite. The owners are friendly and a host/manager patrols frequently. We have met some great people during our stay here.
The price is definitely affordable and the showers are great! Hot water, mirrors, clean and cheap!
Dogs are allowed on a leash and are welcomed if they are well behaved. The owner even has a friendly dog that greets you as you arrive.
You check in at the house which I didn't know the first time.
Some sights are better than others.
You can hike from the campground and spend the day hiking around UCSC- it's literally a few hundred yards away from the base of the University. Sunsets are great from the top!
I recommend this place! If you don't have to be ON the beach and you don't require open fires (not that Santa Cruz allows that anywhere these days), it's a great place to put up tent for a few nights!
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