5 Bucket List Campsites in California

Jun 15, 2017

Rather than spending your precious time in California’s many tourist traps, get to know the Golden State for its diverse landscapes and one-of-a-kind displays of natural beauty. With our friends at The Dyrt, we put together this list of 5 bucket list campsites will help you get to know this sunny paradise on a whole new level.

1. Ryan Campground, Joshua Tree National Park

Image from The Dyrt user Maura E.

Named for its iconic twisting trees, this national park provides some of the most unique camping experiences that California has to offer. Ryan Campground comes equipped with primitive sites that are shaded by massive, prehistoric rock formations. This is a definite must-see for any die-hard desert dweller.

Read more here.

2. Point Reyes National Seashore

Image from The Dyrt user Cierra A.

If you want to experience Northern California’s famed atmospheric fog, Point Reyes is the place to visit. Boasting top-notch facilities, as well as easy beach access, this campsite is a no-brainer for anyone who wants to settle into the quiet side of California. Protip: Bring along some earplugs as the nearby elephant seals like to start talking amongst themselves at the crack of dawn.

Read more here.

3. Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite National Park

Image from The Dyrt user Dave M.

Perhaps the most sought-after full-amenities campground in all of Yosemite, Tuolumne Meadows is located at the 8,500-ft. elevation mark, high in the picturesque Sierra Nevada mountain range. Make the 4.8 mile Elizabeth Lake hike to the glacier-topped Unicorn Peak. As mentioned, this is quite a popular camping area and does book up months in advance, so be sure to plan ahead.

Read more here.

4. Point Mugu State Park

Image from The Dyrt user Kat P.

Nestled along Malibu’s famed coastline, Point Mugu has some of the quietest and most protected Los Angeles beaches. Explore the mysterious caves and wildlife-filled tidepools along the shore, or take a short walk across Pacific Coast Highway to hike through lush Malibu Canyon.

Read more here.

5. Tahoe State Recreation Area

Image from The Dyrt user Caroline O.

Best known as a skier’s paradise, many tend to overlook the greater Tahoe area’s other enviable seasonal offerings. With heavy snowfall in the winter and every water sport under the sun available in the summer, Lake Tahoe is the perfect destination for campers and hobbyists of all skill levels.

Read more here.

Camping in California or Hawaii? Review your camping experience on The Dyrt to enter our contest! We’re giving Boost to the top reviewers every month, all summer long. See the contest here.

Recent News

What Causes Shortness Of Breath?

What Causes Shortness Of Breath?

Shortness of Breath Causes You may have experienced shortness of breath before, or the feeling that you can’t take a full deep breath into your lungs. What are the reasons for shortness of breath and how can supplemental oxygen help? We’ll cover some of the basics and...

read more
A Brief (and Amazing) History Of Supplemental Oxygen

A Brief (and Amazing) History Of Supplemental Oxygen

A Brief (and Amazing) History Of Supplemental Oxygen In recent years, millions around the world are starting to learn about the benefits of supplemental oxygen. Much like Gatorade became widely accepted for hydration recovery and sports performance in the 1980s after...

read more
Boost Oxygen Review: Great For Outdoor Adventures

Boost Oxygen Review: Great For Outdoor Adventures

Boost Oxygen Review: Great For Outdoor Adventures A big thanks to Jono Bleakley with Ocean Blue Fishing for sharing this great review of Boost Oxygen and the many benefits of our pure oxygen canisters for people who enjoy an active lifestyle and the great outdoors!...

read more


Being at your best isn’t always easy, and Boost Oxygen is here to help. Whether you ski, hike, run, walk, work out, do yoga, play sports, need increased energy, or maybe celebrated just a little too much last night, help is here with Boost Oxygen!

Click on a Usage to see what’s right for you!


Are you heading up to higher elevations? Supplemental oxygen is recommended to help with altitude acclimation


Boost Oxygen is used by professional, collegiate, high school, and amateur athletes across the country because they know they can rely on the help that Boost Oxygen provides.


Studies show that supplemental oxygen is an all-natural health and wellness aid that promotes recovery, sharpens mental acuity, and helps generate energy at the cellular level.


Supplemental oxygen can help recovery. Whether you are exhausted from a tough workout or still feeling last night’s cocktail party, supplemental oxygen can help you recover and get back to your best.


THINK TANK™ is a  combination of Oxygen and Organic Rosemary aroma.  It is a revolutionary nootropic… the first all-natural, inhalable, cognitive support product.



Outside the U.S.?  Please select a flag nearest your region:


Clean, natural, odorless, tasteless, 95% pure Aviator's Breathing Oxygen.


100% natural, water-based essence of Peppermint Aviator's Breathing Oxygen.


100% natural, water-based essence of Pink Grapefruit Aviator's Breathing Oxygen.


100% natural, water-based essence of Menthol-Eucalyptus Aviator's Breathing Oxygen.


An inhalable Nootropic: 100% natural, water-based essence of Organic Rosemary (5L/10L).


Order in bulk for BIG SAVINGS!  Available in 12 packs, 6 packs and 4 packs.

Boost Oxygen is available in Large (10 Liter), Medium (5 Liter), and our NEW Pocket Size (3 Liter) canisters, and you can select from the following aromas:  Natural, Peppermint, Pink Grapefruit, Menthol-Eucalyptus and the new THINK TANK™.  We have thousands of retailers nationwide - check the U.S. Retailers page for one near you, or Shop Online if no retailers are available in close proximity to your location.