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Camping Park Information

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Agua Caliente
 
A very popular park during the winter, this desert oasis is known for its beauty and solitude, and for the soothing mineral waters in its two naturally fed pools.
Dos PicosSheltered by steep, boulder-strewn mountain slopes, this park is designed to highlight the ancient oak groves that make your stay here memorable.
GuajomeOnly minutes away from the Pacific Ocean, Guajome Regional Park is known both for its rich natural habitats (including a small but beautiful lake) and its historic Rancho Guajome Adobe.
Lake MorenaThe spectacular lake is a magnet for anglers, yet the 3250 acres of this East County park offer something for every outdoor enthusiast, from hikers to picnickers to just plain campers.
OakoasisAn overnight campsite is available to youth groups only.  The site includes a covered pavilion tent camping, beautiful views, and an optional cabin that is available for an additional charge.
PotreroQuiet solitude describes this park, but it's also near some adventurous places, such as historic Campo and the colorful Mexican town of Tecate.
Sweetwater
Summit
This park specializes in accommodating equestrians, but all of those who love the outdoors will enjoy their stay in this park, which is also close to major attractions such as golf courses, the San Diego Zoo, and Tijuana.
VallecitoThe reconstructed sod Butterfield Stage Station is at the heart of this desert refuge, which is a great home base from which to explore the wonders of the Anza-Borrego Desert.
William HeiseOne of our most beautiful parks, Heise lies amid 900 acres of mountain forests. The nearby town of Julian is a great place to visit.



All about camping in a County Park:

Making Camping Reservations

Park Fees

Resident Discount Cards

Senior/Disabled Cards

Parking Passes

Gift Certificates

For more information about camping in a San Diego County Park, call (877) 565-3600, or write to:
San Diego County Parks and Recreation Department
5500 Overland Avenue, Ste. 410
San Diego, CA 92123

If you would like to receive an e-mail from us advising you of when the latest issue of the Activity and Program Guide is available, please send your e-mail address to:askparks.lue@sdcounty.ca.gov