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Gaviota Campground

Overview

This campground is a part of Gaviota State Park. Gaviota State Park is a popular spot for swimming, picnicking and surf fishing. This section of the coast was first called gaviota (seagull) by soldiers of the Portola Expedition in 1769. A pier on the west end of the beach is used by divers and surfers. A Southern Pacific railroad trestle crosses the creek above the day-use parking lot. Visitors can explore the upland portions of the park from a trailhead in the parking area. Gaviota Peak offers a view of the coast and the Channel Islands.

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Nearby Campgrounds Distance Notification Rate
Refugio
Refugio State Beach
9.0mi 68%
Group Camping Area
Refugio State Beach
9.2mi 64%
Group Area
El Capitan State Beach
11.1mi 58%
Upper Section (Sites 92-132) & Portola Group
El Capitan State Beach
11.3mi 56%
Middle Section (Sites 29-91) & Anza Group)
El Capitan State Beach
11.4mi 56%
Lower Section (Sites 1-28)
El Capitan State Beach
11.7mi 54%
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