If you’re thinking of heading out to Lake Beryl for a night out, you may have to take a bit of a risk.
A total of 22 campsites are set up in the lake and you’ll need to book your campsite online.
There are no showers available but you can use your own toilet and showers are free.
If you’re camping on a tent, you’ll also need to purchase your own tent.
There’s no camping on the lakes shore but there is an outdoor pool with showers and toilets, as well as picnic tables and picnic tables are provided.
If there’s a lack of campers, you can also rent a car to get you around the lake, which is about 25 minutes from Santa Barbara and 10 minutes from the beach.
There is no internet access and you can only book overnight camping.
The lake is one of the best places to be in California, so if you’re looking to relax in a remote spot, this is the perfect way to do so.
Lake Beryl camping Camping fees Campers $18 per night $30 per night*Includes breakfast and refreshments *Per person limit applies for overnight camping*Camping fee information Lake Beryl Campground Address 1350 N. Santa Barbara Ave.
Santa Barbara, CA 92610Phone (760) 566-9888Hours Daily 9am-6pm, 7 days a week*Please note: Lake Beryl is closed for the season, due to the Lake Oroville fire and a number of other natural disasters, so please stay safe.
*Campgrounds are open 24 hours a day and seven days a weekend, and may close for safety reasons.
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