How much does it cost to camp at New Brighton State Beach?

How much does it cost to camp at New Brighton State Beach?

New Brighton State Beach Campground

Reservations at New Brighton State Beach Campground
Maximum Vehicle Length: 36 feet
Wheelchair accessible Sites: #27, 77, 80, 95, and 107; and all restrooms
Fees: Standard sites – $35 Hook-up sites – $50 Premium sites $50 Hike & Bike Site $5 per person

Does New Brighton campground have showers?

Area Recreation & Activities New Brighton State Beach Campground has paved roads and parking spurs, an RV dump station and snappy restrooms with flush toilets & hot showers. The popular park also has a group picnic area, day-use parking for 235 cars, and almost one mile of shoreline.

Does New Brighton State Beach have hookups?

New Brighton State Beach is one of the most popular beachfront campgrounds in California, offering over 100 developed campsites, including 11 RV hookup sites.

Are dogs allowed on New Brighton beach?

Leashed dogs are allowed on the beach but must be attended at all times. Dogs also are allowed at campsites.

Does New Brighton have a beach?

New Brighton has a an incredible expanse of beach that stretches along and out into the River Mersey and estuary.

Can you fish at New Brighton beach?

Located just outside of Santa Cruz, New Brighton State Beach boasts a wide variety of recreation options, including surfing, fishing, picnicking, swimming, hiking, and nature watching.

Can you swim in New Brighton Beach?

Beach information Wherever possible, swim at a lifeguarded beach.

How safe is New Brighton Beach?

There are good facilities and a camping ground is within the immediate surrounding area. The safest conditions are in surf under 1 metre, however conditions are readily changeable due to the exposed nature of the coastline.

Can you swim in the sea at New Brighton?

Our Open Water Swimming Lane provides a safe and secure environment to swim and enjoy the outdoors. Please note, we have had long standing communication with the Wild Swimmers at Marine Lake and held a public consultation prior to planning to discuss the swimming arrangements.