This park is surrounded by lush, green forest, creeks, streams, waterfalls, and the best places to hike or even take a refreshing swim. Watching the wildlife in the park is another favorite activity for guests. There is a 300-foot waterfall near the Topatopa Mountains within the park that people come from all over the world to see.
The campground is large and spacious with nine different campsites to choose from. Each spot has its own firepit, picnic table, and a separate BBQ/grill. Campsites are clean and level as well. You will also find enclosed trash cans around the park. The restrooms are pit-style toilets and there are no showers. There is no freshwater drinking station, so make sure you bring tons of bottled water with you while you camp. Make sure to have enough for your dog as well, since dogs are allowed to come with you.
You must bring your own poop bags because there are none provided at the site. Always clean up after your dog and make sure you discard the bags in one of the trash cans around the park. Your dog should wear their leash at all times due to the type of wildlife in the area.
Many of the areas of the park have some trees and shade, but there is a lot of sunlight and open space with grass and dirt as well. The most popular time to visit this campground is between May and November.
Overall, this as an excellent, bare-essentials campground that gives you a real camping experience while you are surrounded by some of the best California has to offer. Pack your bags and your pooch, and come stay for the weekend!