Dripping Springs Campground (Ca)

Temecula, California

Overview

Dripping Springs campground is a wonderful campground adjacent to the Agua Tibia Wilderness.

Recreation

Recreation in the area includes hiking, trail running, and backpacking.

Facilities

The campground facilities include restrooms and potable water. No showers or other amenities are available at this location.

Natural Features

The campground is adjacent to sensitive riparian habitat which is home to the endangered Arroyo Toad. The hills surrounding the campground are covered in southern California chaparral which is host to a diverse population of flora and fauna. The mountain tops above the campground are lined with coniferous forest.

Nearby Attractions

The campground is directly adjacent to Agua Tibia Wilderness. This wilderness area includes a 20-mile hiking loop. The campground is also near Temecula, California, and the Temecula Wine Country.

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Adventures Nearby

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