Whether you hike in, boat in or arrive by bus, every Two Harbors campground offers unique opportunities to explore and appreciate the unspoiled beauty of one of Southern California’s most diverse ecosystems.
Escape to a pristine beach at remote Parson’s Landing. Explore the wonders of land and sea in rustic Two Harbors. Enjoy rugged mountaintop views from Black Jack. Find sanctuary by the sea at picturesque Little Harbor. No matter which campground you choose, an unforgettable adventure awaits you on Catalina Island.
Receive a complimentary night when you reserve one or more nights at Two Harbors Campground. Offer valid for Sun-Thurs stays through Memorial Day, 2020. More great offers at Hermit Gulch in Avalon.
Call Visitor Services at 310.510.4205 to reserve your site today.
Two Harbors Campground – Located about a quarter mile from the village of Two Harbors, this campground offers traditional tent sites and tent cabins, offering a host of creature comforts to elevate your camping experience.
Little Harbor – This beautiful beachfront campground on Catalina’s “backside” was named “One of the Best Campgrounds in the West” by Sunset Magazine.
Brisa del Mar – Located steps from the shore in the Two Harbors Campground, this premium group site provides easy access to a host of water activities.
Bahia Azul – Adjacent to the Two Harbors Campground, this secluded group site offers access to a semi-private beach and amazing ocean views.
Primitive Camping – Perched on a plateau near the summit of Mt. Orizaba, Black Jack campground offers sweeping canyon and ocean views. Parson’s Landing is a remote beachfront campground, offering miles of trails and long stretches of pristine sand.
Boat-in Camping – Nine locations along the shore between Two Harbors and Avalon offer a total of 17 primitive sites that are accessible only by kayak or boat.
Camping Cabins – Available during the winter months in Two Harbors, camping cabins are a simple, yet comfortable way to enjoy the Catalina camping experience.
From the mainland, you can catch the Catalina Express ferry from San Pedro directly to Two Harbors. If you’re coming from Avalon, the Safari Bus makes scheduled runs between Avalon and Two Harbors, with stops at Black Jack and Little Harbor campgrounds.
Click here for Safari Bus rates, passes and schedules. You can also take the Cyclone power boat, which runs between Avalon and Two Harbors from June through October as part of the seasonal Discover Two Harbors tour.
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