South Lake Tulloch RV Campground & Marina|
14448 Tulloch Road, Jamestown 95327, 800-894-2267 12.00 miles
Lake Tulloch offers over 55 miles of shoreline with many coves. Surrounded by the majestic Table Mountain range with stunning views and mature oaks throughout, it boasts some of the best water skiing in California.
At Lake Tulloch RV Campground and Marina you can enjoy your choice of 130 sites on over a mile of waterfront. These include lake front hookups with space to keep your boat right at your site, lake front cabins with your own dock and full hookup sites with 50 amp service, water and sewers. Many tent sites with water, picnic table and fire pits are also available.
Angels Camp RV and Camping Resort 15.50 miles
3069 Highway 49, Angels Camp 95222, 209-736-0404
Full service RV sites, tent sites, laundry, store, pool & playground. Sparkling restrooms & showers. Kitchens & BBQs. Tables, fire rings at all sites. Dump station, propane. Also log camping cabins, sleep 4-6; Furnished apartment, sleeps 6. Two night minimum. 64 sites, 28 full hookup, 35 pull throughs. Located 2 miles south of Angels Camp.
Frogtown RV Park 17.10 miles
Highway 49 & Gun Club Road, Angels Camp, 95222, 209-736-4237
At the county fairgrounds, Hwy 49 two miles south of Angels Camp. Frogtown RV Park has 65 full hookup (water, sewer and power) sites and accommodations for RV groups as large as 500. On-site amenities include newly remodeled restroom and shower facilities, a dump station, buildings and kitchen facilities (available for rental), landscaped lawns, and picnic tables.
The RV Park is open year round with discounts available for senior citizens and RV groups, as well as special Fair time rates. Reservations are accepted at 209-736-2561.
Gold Strike Village Mobile Home RV Park 27.30 miles
1925 Gold Strike Road Route 2, San Andreas 95249, 209-754-3180
Gold mine and mining artifacts, Olympic swimming pool, shady trees, clean heated restrooms, hot showers, laundry, propane refills, clubhouse, hookups, facilities for tents and clubs. Open year round and located in the oak-studded foothills, below the winter snow and above the winter valley fog.
New Melones Lake/Bureau of Reclamation 21.10 miles
6850 Studhorse Flat Road, Sonora 95370, 209-536-9094
320 paved campsites with showers, BBQ grills, tables and shade trees in two recreation areas (Gloryhole and Tuttletown). Dump stations, day-use areas, hiking/biking trails, ramps. First come, first served, $14 a night. Visitor Center/Museum with gold rush and natural history exhibits, and administrative complex locate 1/4 mile south of Stevenot Bridge on Highway 49.
Stanislaus National Forest 31.10 miles
5519 Highway 4, Hathaway Pines 95233, 209-795-1381
The Calaveras Ranger District of the Stanislaus National Forest manages 15 developed campgrounds with individual tent and/or trailer sites along the Highway 4 corridor from Dorrington to the Sierra crest. Sites are first come first served, reservations available on a few sites at Big Meadow Campground only; call (877) 444-6777. No hookups. Camping is also available at undeveloped sites throughout the District (no potable water, tables or fire rings; campfire permit required). 14 day maximum stay at all campgrounds.
Calaveras Big Trees State Park 39.60 miles
1170 East Highway 4, Arnold 95223, 209-795-3840
Calaveras Big Trees State Park features two giant groves of some of the oldest living redwoods trees in California. Located on the western slope of Sierra Nevada, the park includes a visitor center. Beaver Creek tumbles through acres of pine trees. The two groves of Big Trees survived heavy 19th century logging. A nature trail guides visitors on an easy stroll through th grove. Other areas of the park provide places for picnicking, fishing and hiking - including a magnificent view of the Sierra Nevada.
Facilities: Dump Station, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Iron Ranger, Nature Trails, Picnic Area, Showers, Swimming, Visitors Center.