Tuesday, November 28, 2006

California Coastal Campground nearly Empty this time of year

Entering El Capitan State Beach is a little like Alice entering Wonderland.

Leaving the bustle of Highway 101 seventeen miles west of Santa Barbara California, ducking under the Union Pacific trestle, motorists burrow through a canopy of coast live oaks and sycamores along El Capitan Creek to emerge in a different, quieter world.

While the park's 128 campsites are invariably crammed full in summer, autumn is a different story. On a recent visit only three campsites occupied.

Sunset Magazine called El Capitan's site 85 the most beautiful campsite in California. Nestled in trees atop a bluff, within the sound of the surf, it has a magnificent sunset view up the coast. It was empty. Full Story...
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