Reyes Peak Campground

Templeton, CA
National Campground
  • Tent


At an elevation of 7,000 feet, Reyes Peak Campground, rises above the Sespe Wilderness and is situated along a ridge with spectacular views of the Cuyama Badlands on one side and the Pacific Ocean from the other side. On clear days you can even see some of the Channel Islands! 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 . 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 not permitted. The nearest stores and gas are 15 miles south along Hwy 33, in Ojai. Spotty cell service can be found in the campground. Don’t hike alone. Tell someone where you plan to go and then stick to your plans. Don’t take unnecessary chances-help for emergencies is miles away. Make sure you have a first aid kit and other safety gear with you when hiking. Bring your gnat/mosquito repellent in Spring/Summer/Fall 2 night minimum stay on weekends. 3 night minimum stay on holidays. Campfires are normally permitted year-round 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.

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  • BBQ
  • Fire Pit
  • Picnic Table
  • Restroom


  • Pet Friendly

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Reyes Peak Campground


PO Box 1018, Templeton, California, 93465