Arroyo Seco Campground

Area Status: Open
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[image] Arroyo Seco Campground

Developed campground, accessible sites; two small lakes in the area. Arroyo Seco River runs by the campground.

Modern campsites allow only one vehicle per single site or two vehicles per double site. Extra vehicles are $10.00 per vehicle and will be paid upon arrival. There are water hydrants throughout the campground and close to all sites. All sites are large enough to accommodate any size RV, however, please be aware that there are no electrical, water, or sewer hook-ups available and there is no dump station on site. All sites have a picnic table, fire ring, and a pedestal barbecue grill. The modern camping area offers paved sites, coin operated showers and flushable toilets, which are handicap accessible.

  • Modern Single Campsite - $30 per site, per night, Double Campsite - $60 per site, per night.

Primitive campsites allow only one vehicle per single site or two vehicles per double site. Extra vehicles are $10.00 per vehicle and will be paid upon arrival. There are water hydrants throughout the campground and close to all sites. All sites have a picnic table, fire ring, and pedestal barbecue grill. The primitive camping area offers pit toilets.

  • Primitive Single Campsite - $25 per site, per night, Double Campsite - $50 per site, per night.

Group Campground by reservation only through www.recreation.gov or 1-877-444-6777

  • $125/night (50 people, 10 cars including in the price) $10/nigiht per extra vehicle

Reservations: 80% of campsites are on the reservation system (approx. 40 sites) www.recreation.gov . 20% of campsites are on a first-come, first-serve basis (approx. 8 sites). 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: By reservation. www.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777 or first-come, first-served
Operational Hours: The day use facility offers water hydrants, flushable toilets, picnic tables, fire rings, and 3 large covered patios. Summer hours are from 9am until 6pm. Winter hours are from 9am until 4pm. Day use/picnic fee parking: $10/vehicle. 
Reservations: Reservations: 80% of campsites are on the reservation system (approx. 40 sites) www.recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777.
Area Amenities: Accessible,Tent camping,Camping trailer,Fee charged for some activities,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking
Fees
  • Modern Single Campsite - $30 per site, per night
  • Double Campsite - $60 per site, per night.
  • Primitive Single Campsite - $25 per site, per night
  • Double Primitive Campsite - $50 per site, per night.
  • Group Campground - $125 per site, per night.
Interagency Senior or Access Pass entitles pass holder to 50% off of camping fee only - not for day use.  Day use fee: $10/day or display the Parks Management (PMC) Annual Pass - $50. Annual PMC Pass can be purchased at www.campone.com or by calling 805-434-1996. Camp Host sells firewood and water.
Usage: Heavy
Best Season: Spring
Busiest Season: Summer
Restrictions: 14 day maximum stay.
Closest Towns: Greenfield, Soledad and King City
Water: Water is available
Restroom: Flush/Showers are available ($1.50 for first minute/.25 for additional minutes)
Passes: Interagency Senior or Access Pass entitles pass holder to 50% off of camping fee. 
Operated By: Managed by Parks Management Company www.campone.com or 805-434-1996
Information Center: Monterey Ranger District: (831) 385-5434

General Information

Directions:

From Highway 101 north, exit at Arroyo Seco road near the city of Greenfield and proceed 16.2 miles to the junction of Carmel Valley Road and Arroyo Seco Road and bear left; the sign at the junction says ""Public Campground."" Follow the road 3.4 miles to the campground. From Highway 101 south, south exit at Arroyo Seco road and make an IMMEDIATE LEFT at Elm Ave. (If you get to the ""Entering Greenfield"" sign you have passed the left turn.) Follow Elm Street for 6 miles and turn left at the ""T"" onto Arroyo Seco Road. Proceed 6.5 miles along Arroyo Seco Road to the junction with Carmel Valley Road and bear left; the sign at the junction says ""Public Campground."" Follow the road 3.4 miles to the campground.


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Picnic tables Yes
Drinking water Drinking water is available. It currently needs to be boiled until the water system is repaired
Toilets Flush Toilets
Parking Additional vehicles for camping and vehicles for Day Use are $10/day
Fee charged for some activities Pay Showers are available
Tent camping Yes
Accessible Yes
Camping trailer Yes
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Location

 
  Latitude : 
36.2347

  Longitude : 
-121.4833

 

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