Santa Barbara Coastline: Perfect for Beach Camping
Well, first things first! Every camping site at Santa Barbara needs a reservation. Book a tent or a place long before your visit the coastline with 'banana belt' climate and enjoy California's sunny, sandy breezes.
Perfect recreational venue, the stunning coastline of Santa Barbara with rugged terrains jutting out into the beaches make for a fun-filled adventure.
Santa Barbara's one of the most rugged terrains and a powerful sea, the Jalama County Beach Park with its 107 campgrounds is famous for its hamburger available at the campground grill.
Near to downtown Carpinteria, Carpinteria State Beach, with benches set among the trees, is a great picnic spot and one of the finest beach to camp at!
Palm trees lined coast, plenty picnic sites, and kayak tours make the Refugio State Beach a distinctive campground of Santa Barbara.
The extensive Monterey Formation off the shoreline and the gentle sea present a mix of soft and rugged ambience to the Gaviota State Beach campground.
The El Capitan State Beach, particularly has campgrounds on a bluff of the beach, offering panoramic views of the beach.
Book a ferry from Ventura Harbor, and head straight to the sparkling blue coastline of Channel Islands National Park. Campground above the Landing Cove gives spectacular vistas of the beach.