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This is a very reasonable and clean park especially for this part of California. Provides for easy access to San Clemente, Laguna, and connected areas. The park staff was friendly and helpful. The sites were large and included power and water, no septic. We were...More
We almost came across this place by accident. Heading up the East coast and most beaches are State owned. RV parking is expensive and most places are booked well in advance. Quick Google search brought us here.
With a small senior discount we paid $21...More
i have camped here a bunch of times. really feels like out in the woods far from home. some sites are a bit small and close to each other but there are some really nice ones , ask for a list and go pick one...More
The park is beautiful and there are some fantastic spots available, however, there are no pets allowed other than horses. This was disappointing to us as we have a small dog and that's one of the reasons we want to camp. I have it a...More
This is one of my favorite hike-to-go place! Every time, the place makes me feel very good to be there and rejuvenating. Wish we have more rains here, so we can cress-cross the creek as we hike. It's so pretty when there is water in...More
Even if it's cold, you can get outdoors at Caspers Wilderness Park. There's so much: camping, hiking, walking, playground, kid activities, visitor's center, historic farm sites.
Lots of acreage and many different hiking and walking trails take you and your family through riverine, desert, and...More
My wife and I enjoyed a nice picnic lunch on pergola cover tables near the nature center, which was closed and so the crowds very lite. The view were great. We hiked a moderate trail and really enjoyed the openness. We saw sign of mountain...More
Bring your hiking shoes, water, snacks and a camera!
This is a great park in which to spend an afternoon hiking and exploring. With the recent rains, it's green and the creek has a nice amount of water. We walked down near the edge and...More