Arroyo Seco Camping

Arroyo Seco Campground is a semi-rustic, but developed facility in California’s westernmost national forest. It offers a great escape from bustling city life, into the mountain air and provides access to a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities.

Arroyo Seco Campground

The campground offers views of the Ventana Wilderness mountain peaks and one small.It is nestled into the hillside, surrounded by abundant shrubbery and large oak trees. It is situated next to the Arroyo Seco River at an elevation of about 1,200 feet. A variety of birds and wildlife make their home in the area.

You can grill food, play games, swim in the lake, hike, do bonfire and at the same time enjoy wilderness by staying in tents. They also have washrooms and showers  :) It’s an idle outing for families in summer :)

The best part..It’s just 2 hours away from South Bay!

Some basic info:


Open Seasonal: No

Open All Year: Yes


Rate: $20 per day – “developed”

$18 per day – “primitive”

Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14


Total Sites: 49

No. Tables on Sites: 49

No. Grilles on Sites: 49

Equestrian Camping:  No

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Castello di Amorosa, Napa Valley

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Mumbai Fish Market

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The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, la Rambla, Barcelona, Spain

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