Cruising the California Channel Islands for Education, Recreation and Research since 1968
Home Office: Ventura Harbor
1691 Spinnaker Drive, #105B
Ventura, CA 93001
Satillite Office: Channel Islands Harbor
3550 Harbor Boulevard
Oxnard, CA 93035
To camp in the Channel Islands National Park you must have both a boat reservation and a campground reservation. By clicking the two middle buttons below you will be able to view the reservation system for the boat and for the campground in two separate windows. You can use these programs to check availability.
Adult 13-54 years of age $147.00
Child 3-12 years of age $126.00
Senior 55 years of age and up $136.00
Infant 2 years of age and under $00.00
Must be Reserved
The campground has nine sites with each site holding up to a maximum of four people. There is no drinking water so you must bring your own to last the duration of our visit. Distance to the campground is approximately one mile and includes a steep trail. Sites are not specific when reserving.
The landing at San Miguel is at Cuyler Harbor via a shore boat or skiff. The skiff will take you ashore through the surf to one of the most beautiful beaches in California.
Due to the variable weather and potentially high winds, it is recommended that campers use a four season tent and bring extra guy lines as well as stakes.
Campers will be offered various guided hikes which may include Lester Point, Caliche Forest, Harris Point and Point Bennett.
Year round at San Miguel Island weather/ocean conditions may prevent Island Packers from picking you up on your scheduled day of departure. You will need to make sure Island Packers schedule has not been changed due to ocean/weather conditions before you leave the camping area for the day. Schedule changes are relayed to the park in the morning and the ranger will have schedule change information. Campers should come prepared with extra food in case weather or beach landing conditions prevents us from our planned pick up.