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Beach Camping in California

Megha Dahake
A census-designated place (CDP) in Marin Region, California, United States, Dillon Beach features attractive Point Reyes Peninsula sight from any position.
Dillon Beach, California
Located in Northern California, diagonal to the Golden Gate Strait from San Francisco, it was once called as Hippie-haven which has now developed into an elegant and well cultured county.
Marin County
Bodega Bay is a city situated in in Sonoma County, California, United States. It is a home ground for fishing boats and lavish seafood dinners.
Bodega Bay, California
Goleta is a metropolitan in southern Santa Barbara Region, California, United States. Formerly named as “The Good Land” by the Spanish, Goleta was once wealthy in agronomy.
Goleta, California
Half Moon Bay is a town on the California shore, south of San Francisco. A famous sight at Half Moon Bay is the 'Jetty,' occasionally named as, 'The Breakwater”.
Half Moon Bay, California
Lompoc is not only well-known as “The City of Arts and Flowers" but also famous for wine and the lovely Lompoc beach which is an amazing spot for campers.
Lompoc, California
Watsonville is a town in Santa Cruz County, California, United States. This stunning place delivers a wide expanse of sand, so one will never find the beach as crowded and just love the campfire lit here.
Watsonville, California
La Selva Beach is a census-designated place in Santa Cruz County, California. Though it is a private beach, it has public entry neighboring Watsonville.
La Selva Beach, California
Capitola is a metropolitan in Santa Cruz County, California, United States, on the shore of Monterey Bay and is famous as the hoariest beach resort on the West Coast.
Capitola, California
Santa Catalina Island is a rock-strewn isle off the shore of Southern California in the Gulf of Santa Catalina. If you love campfire then visit to this beach is must for you.
Santa Catalina Island, California