Camping at Salt Point
Two main campgrounds are available at Salt Point State Park. Space is limited and reservations through Reserve California are encouraged.
Gerstle Cove Campground, situated atop the coastal bluffs on the ocean side of Highway One, offers 30 family campsites. All campsites, with the exception of our overflow camping, are equipped with a fire-ring, picnic table, and food locker. The campgrounds have drinking water and restrooms but no showers. A dump station is not available.
Woodside Campground, located on the east side of Highway One, has 79 campsites for tents, trailers and RVs stretching over two loops. All campsites, with the exception of our overflow camping, are equipped with a fire-ring, picnic table, and food locker. The campgrounds have drinking water and restrooms but no showers. All of the sites are located next to some quality hiking trails.
Maximum Camper Length: 31 Feet
Maximum Trailer Length: 27 Feet
Group Camping is located on the ocean side of Highway One and accommodates a maximum of 40 people and ten cars.
Hiker/ Biker: 10 sites for people without a vehicle are available for campers. They are located behind the ranger office at the Woodside Campground.
Overflow Camping: A day use parking lot located below Gerstle Campground is available for self-contained vehicles only. No tent camping or open fires are allowed. No restroom facilities or drinking water are available.
- Salt Point’s Woodside Campground has 36 camping sites open in April.
- After May 24, 78 sites will be available.
- Salt Point’s Gerstle Cove campground is open.
- The Hike and Bike campground is open.
- The walk-in campground at Salt Point remains closed.
- For camping reservations, see Reserve California.