By keeping some basic guidelines in mind, you can learn how to find cheap camping sites in California. No matter if you are planning to camp for a weekend or for a much longer period of time, camping will not only help you to save some hard earned cash, but will allow you to learn a lot about the great outdoors.
- Determine how much money you are willing to spend. "Cheap" has a different definition for everyone and that's why it is important that you set a budget and try to stick to it as much as possible.
- Talk with friends, family members, and coworkers who are also interested in camping in California or have gone there in the past. They may be able to refer you to some great camping sites.
- Check up on the referrals. Once you collect a few recommendations from friends and family members, do some research on your own. Call the locations, and ask them to mail you any available information. You may also want to do some online research. Typically, most campgrounds today will have at least one website, where people can leave comments. Check for information about facility maintenance, cost, and especially location. A campground may be beautiful and cheap, but if it is two hours out of the way it won't do you any good.
- Book the site. If and when you are able to find a great campsite, be sure to book it ahead of time. This is the only way to guarantee a spot when you finally arrive.
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