Two NorCal Campsites Named on List of Best Places to Camp in the Pacific Region

The Dyrt has recently unveiled its 2023 Best Places To Camp: Top 10 in the Pacific Region, largely based on reviews and ratings from its extensive network of campers. Numerous highly rated, acclaimed, and highly desired campsites throughout the Pacific Region have made the cut, with two fantastic camping spots located in Northern California.

“Our 2023 Camping Report reveals that more people are camping now than ever before,” explains Sarah Smith, the founder of The Dyrt. “We’ve seen a doubling of reviews, photos, and tips from our community over the past year, totaling to 8 million contributions. These have painted a comprehensive picture of the 50,000 campgrounds, resorts, and dispersed camping areas in the US. Among these, the top-tier ones are in the Pacific Region.”

The list includes standout campgrounds in Northern California such as the Gold Bluffs Beach Campground in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park and the Giant Redwoods RV & Cabin Destination. California’s Alabama Hills and Whitney Portal also made the list.

Here’s the full list from The Dyrt:

  1. Wonder Lake Campground  — Alaska
  2. Alabama Hills Recreation Area  — California
  3. Bay Point Landing  — Oregon
  4. Gold Bluffs Beach Campground – Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park — California
  5. Polihale State Park  — Hawaii
  6. Whitney Portal — California
  7. Giant Redwoods RV & Cabin Destination  — California
  8. Elkamp Eastcreek — Washington
  9. The Lamp Camp  — Washington
  10. Fort Stevens State Park  — Oregon

Gold Bluffs Beach Campground, nestled within the expansive Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, offers an enchanting experience, blending beachfront views with towering redwood forests. The Giant Redwoods RV & Cabin Destination offers a unique camping experience amidst the grandeur of the world’s tallest trees.

“There’s never been a better time to be a camper,” asserts The Dyrt’s CEO, Kevin Long. “With the surge in camping’s popularity, campground managers and private landowners are rising to the occasion by extending their seasons, enhancing amenities, and diversifying camping options. While the 2023 Best Places to Camp are truly the crème de la crème, the competition is robust and the future holds promise.”

See all of the 2023 Best Places to Camp Regional Awards on The Dyrt.

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