| Located just inland from Spooner Cove, the park’s 40 primitive campsites beside Islay Creek have tables and woodstoves. Pit toilets are nearby. Trailers and motor homes are limited to 27 feet long and there are no hookups. Water for the campground is trucked in to fill the two large water tanks.
Family campsites accommodate up to 8 people. They are developed campsites with amenities that vary from park to park, and may include fire pits or fire rings, picnic tables, showers, a water supply, and a cleared area for your tent.
Each campground has a maximum limit of 10 consecutive nights that a camper may stay. Once this consecutive night limit has been reached, the campground must be vacated, and no one in the party may return to camp in the same park for 48 hours. After that, the party may return for up to 10 more days, for a total 20-day stay limit per calendar year.
A parent or guardian must accompany youths under 18 years of age. The Supervising Ranger may approve the stay of a youth that presents written consent from the parent or guardian that states the dates of the authorized stay and the park name.
Fees include entry for 1 vehicle and 1 legally towed vehicle or trailer.
A maximum of 2 licensed vehicles/autos, travel, boat, and utility trailers-may be parked at most campsites.
Montaña de Oro has a few en route campsites that are available to self-contained camping vehicles only. Because these areas are used as parking lots during the day, visitors must leave them by 9:00 a.m. the following morning. Call ahead to make sure that your vehicle can be accommodated for current phone numbers please visit the contact page.
Environmental campsites are located in relatively undisturbed natural settings. Each site has a table, a clearing for your tent, and a primitive toilet nearby. Environmental campsite fees and hike-in distances vary between parks. Plan to arrive at your campsite before dark because the hike-in distance is 200 to 500 yards. Stays are limited to 7 nights. No pets allowed, except service dogs.
Hazard Horse Camp has 2 sites (Madrone and Oak) for groups up to 50 people and 4 family camp sites for up to 8 people. Montaña de Oro has pit toilets and no hook-ups. All campers must haul out own trash and muck-out stalls. There is water for horses only, campers must bring own potable water. No dogs are allowed on the trails.