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Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 + #3

Mount Madonna County Park

San Francisco Peninsula + Santa Cruz, California

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Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 + #3

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  • Lone Maple picnic site.- Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 + #3
  • Generously sized camping spaces at Mount Madonna Valley View Campground.- Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 + #3
  • Generously sized camping spaces at Mount Madonna Valley View Campground.- Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 + #3
  • Azalea Knoll picnic shelter.- Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 + #3
  • Potable water at each site.- Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 + #3
  • Clean and well-maintained restrooms at Mount Madonna Valley View Campground.- Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 + #3
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Very spacious camp sites.
Cons: 
Sporadic weather. Uneven tent sites.
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Region:
San Francisco Peninsula + Santa Cruz, CA
Managed by: 
Santa Clara County Parks
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
General Day Use Fee
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Yes
Current Local Weather:
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Mount Madonna Valley View Campgrounds #2 and #3 are tucked away just a half mile from the information and payment kiosk located on Pole Line Road. These sites do not offer the RV camping or yurts that are available in Mount Madonna Valley View Campground #1, but these spaces are much larger. Being away from the main road makes these sites more quiet and peaceful. 

All sites include potable water, food lock boxes, picnic tables, and a barbeque pit. Each campground has a clean and well-maintained restroom with flushing toilets. Lone Pine and Azalea picnic areas are close to the Valley View Campgrounds and offer dozens of tables and barbecue pits as well as picnic shelters.

While most of the sites are roomy and level, there are quite a few that have very little level space. This limits your ability to erect a tent away from redwood trees, a good idea when avoiding the dew and sap that can rain down from the branches in wet weather. The weather stays relatively cool compared the nearby Central Valley, but it can be sporadic at times, so bring layers of optional clothing. 

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