This 1,897-acre park has spectacular views of the Pacific from its forested vantage point. Visitors can enjoy picnicking, hiking, and fishing here. Accessible camping, restrooms, parking, and campfire center. Located off Hwy. 76, up Hwy. S6, then left on Hwy. S7 State Park Road at the junction near the peak. (760) 742-3462.
• Exhibits and Programs • Family Campsites • Fishing • Group Campsites • Guided Tours • Hike or Bike Campsites • Hiking Trails • Nature Trails • Wildlife Viewing •
• Campers (Max. Length)27' • Parking • Picnic Areas • Restrooms • Trailers (Max. Length)24' • Visitor Center • Vista Point •
Visit http://www.reserveamerica.com/camping/Palomar_Mountain_Sp/r/campsiteCalendar.do?page=calendar&search=site&contractCode=CA&parkId=120066&topTabIndex=CampingSpot for reservations.
Find rates and fees at http://www.reserveamerica.com/camping/Palomar_Mountain_Sp/r/campsiteCalendar.do?page=calendar&search=site&contractCode=CA&parkId=120066&topTabIndex=CampingSpot
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Reviews of Palomar Mountain State Park
Reviewed by papasmurf454 on July 13, 2010
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We really liked this campground. It was nestled back among the trees and was quiet and peaceful. Several of the campsites were close together, which is great when camping with friends, but not so good when by yourself. The restrooms were not so great, but maintained and there were showers for longer stays. Overall, I would say we are going back.
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