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05/15/20

Campgrounds Now Accepting Reservations

San Diego County officials recently announced the gradual reopening of County campgrounds. We have reopened at half capacity—to tent and RV campers—with new guidelines in place to comply with COVID-19 related public health orders.

Our online reservation system is now open to book overnight stays.

Click the maps below to view which campsites are open, pending availability:

We’re thrilled to be able to be able to open some of our most popular park attractions. Building connections with our customers through safe and enjoyable park experiences is at the heart of all we do, and we’ll continue to work behind the scenes, enhancing recreation opportunities while protecting our land and local wildlife.

FINE PRINT:

  • Campgrounds are operating at half capacity. Cabins remain closed but select tent and RV sites will be open based on their proximity to nearby sites.
  • Reservations must be booked online. The system cannot accommodate same-day reservations however, walk-ups/on-site bookings are allowed.
  • All campers should bring face masks and be prepared to wear them, should they come within 6 feet of another park guest or ranger, per social distancing directives.
  • Campsite occupancy will be limited to individual households (others are not allowed to occupy or visit the site); no groups or joint reservations. The max capacity per campsite is eight people.
  • All other camping guidelines apply.
  • Parking lots and restrooms are open, though some on-site amenities like playgrounds, picnic tables and the pools at Agua Caliente County Park will remain closed.
  • Refunds for previously canceled reservations are still being processed and may take up to 6 weeks.

Learn more about our department response to COVID-19 on our COVID-19 information page and review our FAQ webpage.

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