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New Brighton State Beach California

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New Brighton State Beach Campground

New Brighton Exit fron Hywy #1
Capitola, California
Phone: 831-464-6330
Website: New Brighton Beach Website
RV Camping: Yes
Hook-ups: No
Reservations: Yes
Toilets: Yes
Showers: Yes
Max RV Length: 36 ft

New Brighton State Beach & Campground Reviews

New Brighton State Beach & Campground is located in the town of Capitola near Santa Cruz, California off Highway #1. It has a variety of RV Camping facilities including Tent and RV pads (No Hook-Ups). The campground is on a bluff above New Brighton State Beach offering nice long beach-walks and the the famous Sea Cliff Cement Ship. The campground is part of the California Parks System. It has clean facilities, is rustic but right in town.

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Traveler Review of: New Brighton State Beach & Campground
From: San Jose, California
Overall Rating: 4
Road Access: 4
Cleanliness: 3
Natural Area: 5
Shade Area: 5
Friendly Staff: 3
Remarks:
"We brought our 25 ft Winnebago to camp at New Brighton Beach recently. We liked the campground because it was close to town, yet gave us a feeling of being deep in a rural area with lots of big coastal redwood and pine trees offering a lot of shade and a mountain feeling. It was really quite nice. The campground sits on a plateau with the beach about 100 steps below. This is a popular beach and had a fair amount of day use people. We spent the bulk of our days just hanging at the beach and evenings camping in the woods 100 steps up the hill. The campground had pads for RVs and a ringed fire area, but no water or electric. Water was available out of a central outlet. We had fun and enjoyed it however, we had to reserve months in advance to get the weekend reservation." – George from San Jose, California