San Onofre Nude Camping California
Although you can't officially camp nude at San Onofre State Beach, you can camp close to the nude beach area. Just reserve a spot in the Bluffs section. Any of the sites from #135 and up are easy walking distance to trail 6, where you will take a short walk down to the nude beach.
Camping is $25 a night and is on the pavement near the 5 freeway. Most sites have views of the ocean. They’re close together, so if you’re not very friendly, you won’t be happy as the people in the campsite next to you are just a few feet away. Most sites also have views of the freeway and train tracks. You will hear cars and trucks all night and a train which feels like it's coming through your tent or trailer 3 or 4 times during the night.
Don't get spots 30 - 45 as you will hear the truck stop weight station operator talking over his loudspeaker to the truckers all night long.
Surfing is alway fun at San Onofre, when the weather is good it's alway fun to surf in the nude, swim in the nude or whatever, I like to surf all day and then go back to my campsite and BBQ dinner then go for a nude evening surf session, then end the evening with a margarita or two maybe three
There are chemical toilets which they keep clean and cold outdoor showers. A few miles away is a section of the park called San Mateo. Campsites are larger, more private and they have private showers with hot water which cost 25 cents for three minutes. Take a few quarters with you. Nicer campground, but you have to drive about 10 minutes to get back to Trail 6.
For summer weekends sell out months in advance. Summer weekdays and off season weekends are easier to get. The Bluffs section park is generally closed from November – April, but San Mateo is open all year. Visit www.reserveamerica.com for reservations.