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Catalina Island Conservancy

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Kayaking into Blue Cavern at Gibralter Beach

Photo by Jack Baldelli

July 2007

Like Robinson Crusoe, they're primitive as can be.

This is the wild side of Catalina!

Campgrounds with no water, no mooring, no sanitation facilities, no open campfires, and no roads to get you there.

However, the Catalina Island Conservancy's boat-in campsites remain the ultimate getaway. Their remote locations provide visitors with spectacular experiences in nature, as well as a deepened appreciation of the ecology of our beautiful Island.

You'll have to boat in from the Mainland, or paddle a kayak from Avalon or Two
Harbors -- but the experience is worth it!

Up for a little adventure?
See a photo gallery of these wonderful primitive sites.