Experience life elevated when you enjoy vistas of wildflowers, star gazing, and summer campouts atop Figueroa Mountain. Lose yourself in a grove of beautiful red manzanita, oaks and pines as Figueroa Campground lifts your spirits and your senses. Take a leisurely walk up the mountain ridge to watch a beautiful sunset or walk the trail around the campground to see the wildlife and all of nature's beauty. During the spring season, the area features an amazing wildflower display. This easily accessed pedestal in the pines is also very popular with hunters during the annual deer season. This facility is currently under Fire Restriction from the USFS. Charcoal or wood fires are not permitted. Please bring a propane stove for cooking. Propane Fire Rings are also permitted. For further updates check our website at www.campone.com . Camping fee includes 1 vehicle and 1 tent, trailer or RV. $10 fee for each extra vehicle. No drinking water is available. No public showers in the region. Fireworks are prohibited at all times. The nearest stores and gas are a 15 minute drive down the mountain to Los Olivios along Hwy. 154. No cell service at the campground. Avoid hiking alone. Tell someone where you plan to go and then stick to your plans. Avoid unnecessary risk-help for emergencies is miles away. Carry a first aid kit and other safety gear with you when hiking. Nights are often cold, even during the summer months; jackets and sweaters are recommended. Bring gnat/mosquito repellent during spring/summer/fall 2-night minimum stay on weekends 3-night minimum stay on holidays Click here for more information on Los Padres National Forest. Figueroa Campground is a "Campfire Use Site." Campfires are normally permitted year around without a California Campfire Use Permit. Under some conditions, wood fires and barbecues may be prohibited in all areas of the national forest. Fires at the campground are only permitted in fire rings provided by the Forest Service. Don't Move Firewood: Protect California's forests from tree-killing pests by buying your firewood locally and burning it on-site. For more information visit firewood.ca.gov .