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Dillon Beach, California

Where to Camp:

North of San Francisco, find this scenic, dog-friendly, off-leash beach. Set up camp for a few days and you'll have access to the wide beach, picnic tables, fire pits, and a cute town with a general store and some restaurants nearby.

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Bodega Bay, California

Where to Camp:

Be sure to bring some firewood to this pet-friendly beach so you can roast marshmallows over one of the many fire pits available. Fellows campers warn that this popular spot fills up fast, so be sure to reserve your campsite ahead of time.

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Goleta, California

Where to Camp:

Campers rave about this pretty park just outside of Santa Barbara. "If you're looking for an alternative to the parking lot style of RV beach camping so typical in Southern California, then El Capitan Beach State Park is just the ticket," one reviewer wrote on Yelp. "There are two sites with spectacular views of the Channel Islands and the beautiful blue of the Pacific Ocean." Even better, it's known to be a clean spot that's well maintained and not too crowded.

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Half Moon Bay, California

Where to Camp:

For miles of oceanside views, head to this destination just south of San Francisco. "[It's] one of the most elegant and beautiful beaches I've ever seen," one guest wrote on . You might even see a whale swim by as you take in the great views from the clean and easy-to-access site.

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Lompoc, California

Where to Camp:

Just south of Santa Maria is Lompoc's pristine beach, with spots for RVs and campers right next to the sand. "It's a bit of a hidden treasure along the California coastline," one guest wrote on . And foodies, you'll definitely want to try the Jalama burgers available on site, which are "legendary," according to campers.

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Watsonville, California

Where to Camp:

This kid-friendly spot is great for families who want a camping experience that's not too far away from shops and other necessities. This gorgeous area, just south of Santa Cruz, offers a wide stretch of sand, so it never gets too crowded, and there are usually great waves for surfing.

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La Selva Beach, California

Where to Camp:

While this campsite is a bit of a walk from the parking area (meaning you'll have to carry your gear), it's still a great place to visit and relax for a long weekend.

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Capitola, California

Where to Camp:

Thanks to its incredible ocean and cliff vistas, this site tends to book up fast, so plan your trip in advance. This coastal spot is just 20 minutes from Santa Cruz and just a few minutes from Capitola's cute beach shops and restaurants.

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Santa Catalina Island, California

Where to Camp:

The perks that come with reserving a spot here are hard to beat. Campers get access to their very own fire pit and picnic table at each spacious campsite, in addition to firewood. "Parson's Landing Campground is in a league of its own when it comes to backcountry camping," one reviewer wrote. Plus, this sweet spot feels like its very own private island thanks to the surrounding hills and secluded setup.

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Trinidad, California

Where to Camp:

Whether you want to spend the day swimming in the ocean or hiking the nearby cliffs and hills, you'll find plenty of beautiful areas to explore at this Northern California beach. Bonus: Redwood National Park just an hour away.

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Malibu, California

Where to Camp:

Experience the Malibu vacation of your dreams without the expensive hotel rooms at breathtaking Point Mugu State Park. Here, you'll find beachside hiking trails, picnic spots with ocean views, clean and crowd-free spots in the sand, and great waves for surfing.

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San Clemente, California

Where to Camp:

Surfers head to San Onofre to ride the waves at one of their four surf breaks. Still perfecting your technique on the board? Each break is suitable for a different level of expertise, from beginner to advanced.

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Watsonville, California

Where to Camp:

This spacious campground offers easy access to the beach and all the camping essentials (clean bathrooms, fire pits, barbecue areas). Plus, you'll likely see tons of wildlife—whales, dolphins, and pelicans—while you're there as well as sweeping ocean views. "Even if you're not a big fan of camping, you could come here just for the pictures," one guest wrote on .

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