Oak Hollow Campground
Oak Hollow Campground is located off the main park road, part way down into the Stanislaus River canyon, about 3 miles from the entrance station. The campground is in a mature conifer forest providing plenty of shade. Visitors to the campground enjoy miles of hiking trails, especially through the Giant Sequoias. Fishing is good in the Stanislaus River and in Beaver Creek.
Of the 51 campsites in Oak Hollow Campground, 33 are designated tent-only sites. The remainder are open for RVs, trailers, or tents. Tent-only sites are spread apart and may require a short walk to carry camping gear to the sites.
Reservations for all Calaveras Big Trees State Park campsites are available from 2 days up to 7 months in advance. Reservations become available in one-month blocks on the first of the month, 7 months in advance. For example, on January 1 campsite reservations become available for all of July. Generally, reservations can be made for camping from late May through November.