DBTC Staff Peninsula Picks: Baja Camping Spots

DBTC Baja camping spots - www.discoverbaja.wordpress.com

Ah the great outdoors! There’s nothing better than the smell of the ocean or mountains and spending the evenings around the campfire with friends and family. Here are a few of our favorite camping spots on the peninsula.

“October!  I can’t think of a better time of year to visit Meling Ranch with it’s quaking aspens and poplars turning their rich autumnal yellow and gold tones.  And you can either camp outdoors or stay in rooms with pot-belly stoves to keep you warm at night. Either way, all the facilities (including the dining room-yum!) and ranch activities are available to you.  Continue on up the paved road to the Parque Nacional Sierra San Pedro Mártir to visit the observatory or hike through the inviting pine and oak forest.  This is a camping experience that will reward you with lasting memories.” -Hugh

Gonzaga Bay - www.discoverbaja.wordpress.com

“One of my favorite camping trips was Gonzaga Bay with the family over Easter one year. There was a full moon and we had the highest tides of the year.” -Carol

Campo Villarino - www.discoverbaja.wordpress.com

“Campo Villarino in Ensenada is a beautiful spot right on the beach. It’s close to La Bufadora, you can tent camp or bring your motorhome, and there’s a mini market right at the entrance for stocking up on cerveza and snacks.” -Maythe

Rancho Ojai - www.discoverbaja.wordpress.com

“Rancho Ojai in Tecate is a great campsite for the whole family. There’s a pool, horseback riding, minigolf, basketball, volleyball, bikes and even a farm and corral. They have tent camping, cabins and an RV site too.” -Monica

Concepcion Bay - www.discoverbaja.wordpress.com

“Camping spots don’t get more beautiful than Concepcion Bay.” -Jen

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