BIG BASIN REDWOODS STATE PARK
Big Basin is California's oldest State Park, established in 1902. Home to the largest continuous stand of Ancient Coast Redwoods south of San Francisco, the park consists of over 18,000 acres of Old Growth and recovering Redwood Forest, with mixed conifer, oaks, chaparral, and riparian habitats. Elevations in the park vary from sea level to over 2,000 feet. The climate ranges from foggy and damp near the ocean to sunny, warm ridge tops.
Dogs are permitted in the campsites, picnic areas, and on paved roads only. They must be on a leash and attended at all times. Dogs ARE NOT permitted on any of the trails.
The park has a surprising number of waterfalls, a wide variety of environments (from lush canyon bottoms to sparse chaparral-covered slopes, many animals (deer, raccoons, an occasional bobcat) and lots of bird life-- including Steller?s jays, egrets, herons and California woodpeckers.
Full Hookup Sitesyes
Food, beverages, essential camping supplies, single speed bike rentals and more are available at the Big Basin Redwoods Store located across the street from Park Headquarters. Open daily 10:00am to 4:00pm. Closed during the months of December and January.
Located next to the Big Basin Redwoods Store, you?ll find a wide selection of gifts, postcards, and clothing and more. Open daily 10:00am to 4:00pm. Closed during the months of December and January.
Registration for the Tent Cabins is at the Gift Shop or after hours at the Host Site at Huckleberry Campground. Tent Cabins are managed by a private concession.
Six people per site
Reserve via Big Basin Headquarters
Sequoia Group Camp (2 Group Camps) Open All Year
Fifty people per site 18 Vehicles
Sky Meadow Group Camp (2 Group Camps) May 26-Oct 28
Forty people per site 15 Vehicles