Huckleberry Campground

Big Basin Redwoods State Park

San Francisco Peninsula + Santa Cruz, California

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Pros: 
Old-growth redwoods. Cabin camping. Showers.
Cons: 
None.
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Region:
San Francisco Peninsula + Santa Cruz, CA
Managed by: 
California State Parks
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Reservation Fee
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservation phone number: 
831-338-8861
Reservations possible: 
Yes
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Nothing is finer than cabin camping in the woods, except maybe cabin camping among the old-growth redwoods of the California Coast. Big Basin Redwoods State Park is packed with multiple hiking trails, waterfalls, wildlife, and redwoods. If you wish to explore these with a little luxury, reserve one of the 39 cabins at Huckleberry Campground.

There are traditional tent camping spaces that are accessible by car and eight walk-in spaces here as well, so if the cabins are not in your budget you can still find a great spot here. Restrooms with showers, potable water, food boxes, fire pits, picnic tables and parking for one vehicle all come included with your rental.

This campground, as well as the rest of Big Basin Redwoods State Park, is “Crumb Clean,” meaning they encourage tidy and responsible camping. This area is a natural habitat for the endagered marbled murrelet, and leftover food scraps tend to attract jays and ravens that eat the eggs and kill the young murrelet chicks.

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