Calvareas Big Trees State Park Campground

Calvareas Big Trees State Park Campground Overview

Calaveras Big Trees State Park campground is located next to two giant groves of some of the oldest living redwood trees in California.  Visitors can hike through the massive redwoods, fish, bike, picnic, and see a variety of wildlife throughout the park. The peaceful campground has 109 campsites (47 tent-only) in two area. Large redwood trees offer plenty of shade to all campsites. There are also 3 group camping sites at the campground.  Each campsite has a table, fire ring and grill.  The campground has no hookups, but it does have a dump-station, flush and vault toilets, as well as hot showers. Don’t forget to check out the visitor center and learn all about the park, history of the area and giant redwoods.

  • Management:
    California State Parks
  • Reservations:
  • Coordinates:
    Lat. 38.278011 / Long. -120.309062
  • Elevation:
    4,800
  • Season:
    Year Round
  • Campsites:
    109
  • Toilets:
    Flush and Vault
  • Water:
    Yes
  • Hookups:
    No
  • Showers:
    Yes
  • Dump Station:
    Yes
  • Fire Pits:
    Yes
  • Picnic Tables:
    Yes
  • Area Features:
    Mountains, River, Redwoods, River, Fishing, Hiking, Biking, Wildlife Viewing, Canoe/Kayaking, Camping, PIcnicking
  • Weather:
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