Modesto - campsite and camper parking - cheap camping

Great outdoor adventures on camping pitch the wild of Modesto.

If you are going for vacation into Modesto and you choose to stay in a camping stay focused on the following things. Places like Putnam Pond Campground usually are equipped with concrete pad for parking but you should always have a lantern in your bag.

Quite and well equipped campsites in Modesto

If you looking for a campground with piped potable water you can check Putnam Pond Campground located at 763 Putts Pond Rd, Ticonderoga, NY 12883, United States with is only 933.72 kilometers away from Brevoort Lake Campground located at N 4149 Camp Rd, Moran, MI 49760, United States. There shouldn't be a problem with flush toilet or dish water.

Best campings in Modesto 

Camping in Putnam Park has been known to attract some of the toughest creatures of all time. It has been said "There are only a few spots along California's coastline that are more dangerous than the one you can see on television," but when camping in Putnam Park on an adventure like this, that is exactly the claim.

There are plenty of other campsites with good quality outdoor living and dining areas but if you have time to look around on the beach it can be very nice.

But you will still need adequate water in many places. If you want to stay in a campsite where you can sleep and watch movies during the day, this is the place for you.

The campground is located in the south end of the beautiful beach town of Modesto and only a short drive from the popular Pacific Coast Highway.The campground provides a nice atmosphere with plenty of fresh air.

But, the most important thing is to look out for the wildlife. Most of the creatures that you see along the shore live in the areas that are within range for large mammals.

You will definitely see some sea lion and sea lion calves. If you are going for camping with your family you may want to take advantage of the beach located just south of Putnam Pond Campground or if you are planning a picnic, look for a small beach with a large area around it and have a picnic with them.

Campers who are going out on adventures can enjoy the great natural beauty of this area. In addition to the beautiful camping areas, there are three other camping sites in the town of Modesto including:Campsite at the beach of the nearby town of Buford (The Great Orange Wharf)Camping at a nearby town named for Santa ClausCamping at an abandoned farm in the town of Hwy.

27Campsite at Little LakeCampsite at Little Lake and Balfour RoadCamping at St. Francis Church Camp

What can you expect during your stay in Modesto camping

We where staying in Modesto near the waterfall and our brother in law was taking us to the river. We decided to stay in Modesto to be able to go back to the river after driving down there.

We were sitting just outside the creek area and the power went out. When the power returned, everyone was gone.

We waited 45 minutes for them to return and they never came back. It had been about 24 hours and a few mosquitoes at that time. I ended up spending the night under my Jeep. I was tired and cold and I had a sore/blistered foot from walking in the gravel parking spot to the trailer. The next day no one really got an update as to where the kids were. It was my first time being out in the "real" world. Needless to say it was hard.

I spent the next 2 nights back at work. I was a nervous wreck and was afraid they wouldn't come back The next day, we got word about the missing kids. It was not a very good ending to what was a wonderful vacation with my family.

The next day I drove back down there without telling anyone and I was able to figure out which house they were taking refuge in. I knew I was still being careful when I walked up the driveway but I felt like I couldn't stop myself.

So I knocked on the door instead and asked if anyone saw the kids. I think they had come into a room in the basement where they had set up some kind of nursery.

My father showed up a few hours later to pick me up and took me back to our house where I told him what happened and that we had to pack up. I remember it was a kind of emotional and bittersweet farewell because he seemed sad that I had to leave, and we were both upset about poor little kids having to give up their childhood for a few years. > > I really don't know what happened with the kids.

If all of them made it, then they are probably fine and now have jobs that they enjoy, families willing to take them in, and are all still kind of struggling as new parents.

I don't know what happened to their parents but I'm sure they got charged with some crime. My stepmom did go to court for a protection order against the other woman with a child from that relationship, though it was later dismissed.

Must See Tourist Attractions for RV Enthusiasts Near Modesto

Yosemite National Park

If you're an RV enthusiast planning to visit Modesto, then you simply cannot miss the Yosemite National Park. Located only 93 miles away from Modesto, this stunning national park is a natural wonder that boasts majestic waterfalls, towering cliffs, and lush valleys that will take your breath away. Make sure to park your RV at one of the designated campsites and take your time exploring the park's hiking trails, scenic drives, and picturesque views.

Mono Lake

Mono Lake is another popular destination that is within driving distance from Modesto. The lake is known for its unique rock formations, salty waters, and its role as a vital habitat for migratory birds. Be sure to stop by the Mono Lake Visitor Center to learn more about the lake's ecology and history, as well as the many outdoor activities that visitors can enjoy, such as camping, hiking, and bird-watching.

Sonora Pass

If you're looking for an exhilarating RV drive that offers stunning views of the Sierra Nevada and the Stanislaus National Forest, then Sonora Pass is the perfect destination for you. This scenic drive is a part of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and it offers breathtaking views of the mountains, lakes, and forests that surround it. Be prepared for steep grades and narrow roads, but the view of the summit will definitely be worth it.

Pacific Coast Highway

No RV road trip in California would be complete without a drive along the world-famous Pacific Coast Highway. This scenic drive is a must-see attraction for RV enthusiasts who want to experience the beauty of California's coastline. As you travel along the rugged cliffs and stunning beaches, make sure to stop by some of the charming coastal towns along the way, such as Monterey, Carmel-by-the-Sea, and Santa Cruz.

Stanislaus National Forest

Located right in Modesto's backyard, the Stanislaus National Forest is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts who love to hike, fish, and camp. With over 898,099 acres of mountains, forests, and rivers to explore, visitors can enjoy a wide array of outdoor activities, including backpacking, kayaking, and rock climbing. There are also plenty of campsite options for RV enthusiasts, with spots available for both tent and RV camping.

In conclusion, RV enthusiasts visiting Modesto should make sure to add these must-see tourist attractions to their itinerary. Each destination offers its unique charm and beauty, making it a worthy stop on any road trip through Northern California. So pack up your RV, grab your map, and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.


4872 Rohde Rd, Ceres, CA 95307, United States

GPS : 37.5680419, -120.9279738

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Woodward Reservoir Regional Park

14528 26 Mile Rd, Oakdale, CA 95361, United States

GPS : 37.847123, -120.877006

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Turtle Beach RV Resort

703 E. Williamson Rd., Manteca, CA 95337, United States

GPS : 37.7728264, -121.3001727

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Modesto Reservoir Regional Park

18143 Reservoir Rd, Waterford, CA 95386, United States

GPS : 37.658456, -120.650823

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Lake Tulloch RV Campground and Marina

14448 Tulloch Rd, Jamestown, CA 95327, United States

GPS : 37.8853364, -120.5953192

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Glory Hole Recreation Area

Glory Hole Rd, Angels Camp, CA 95222, United States

GPS : 38.0061183, -120.5423015

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Angels Camp RV & Camping Resort

3069 CA-49, Angels Camp, CA 95222, United States

GPS : 38.0436001, -120.5221264

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Folsom Lake SRA, Peninsula Campground

7980 Rattlesnake Bar Rd, Pilot Hill, CA 95664, United States

GPS : 38.7695126, -121.1022929

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Merced River Resort

7765 Campground Rd, Delhi, CA 95315, United States

GPS : 37.4004496, -120.7453538

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Los Banos West / I-5 KOA Journey

28485 Gonzaga Rd, Santa Nella Village, CA 95322, United States

GPS : 37.055464, -121.007224

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Lake Del Valle Family Campground

7000 Del Valle Rd, Livermore, CA 94550, United States

GPS : 37.5715434, -121.6877092

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Yosemite West / Mariposa KOA

6323 CA-140, Midpines, CA 95345, United States

GPS : 37.542487, -119.921969

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Santa Cruz / Monterey Bay KOA Holiday

1186 San Andreas Rd, Watsonville, CA 95076, United States

GPS : 36.926118, -121.844846

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Brevoort Lake Campground

N 4149 Camp Rd, Moran, MI 49760, United States

GPS : 46.019894, -85.0392873

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Mongaup Pond Campground

231 Mongaup Pond Rd, Livingston Manor, NY 12758, United States

GPS : 41.96238, -74.686492

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Putnam Pond Campground

763 Putts Pond Rd, Ticonderoga, NY 12883, United States

GPS : 43.837146, -73.571482

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Reserve America Holdings Inc

40 South St, Ballston Spa, NY 12020, United States

GPS : 43.0111785, -73.8524602

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Camping on the Battenkill

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GPS : 43.0839712, -73.1455666

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Caswell Memorial State Park

28000 S Austin Rd, Ripon, CA 95366, United States

GPS : 37.6916385, -121.1859251

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Texas Renaissance Fair Camping

11282 County Rd 302, Plantersville, TX 77363, United States

GPS : 30.2682481, -95.8458464

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