Camping Park Rules

 

Campgrounds

OC Parks - Rules and Regulations



Caspers Wilderness Park and O’Neill Regional Park

  • Camping - Year round:   Check-in time: 2 p.m./Check-out time: 12 p.m.
  • Day Use - Year round:    7 a.m. to sunset
  • The maximum number of motorized vehicles per campsite is two
  • A $5 per night fee will be assessed for the second vehicle upon check-in
  • Only one trailer is allowed per campsite
  • Only two tents are allowed per campsite
  • The maximum number of campers allowed per campsite is eight
  • All campers must be eighteen years of age or older or must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian
  • Fires are permitted only in barbeques or fire pits
  • The maximum number of campsites an individual may reserve is two. If you would like to reserve a group campsite please contact the park office
    • Caspers Wilderness Park at (949) 923-2207
    • O’Neill Regional Park at (949) 923-2256
  • Camping stays at Caspers Wilderness Park and O’Neill Regional Park are limited to a combined total of fourteen nights per 30 day period at either or both parks combined
  • The camp stay limitations apply to all vehicles and all people occupying the campsite

 

All motorized vehicles are subject to a parking fee

  • Monday – Friday $3
  • Saturday – Sunday $5
  • Higher Fees for commercial buses, holidays, and special events

 

The following are prohibited in the park:

  • Possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages.
  • Possession or use of fireworks, firearms or weapons.
  • Radio-controlled models, including drones.
  • Domestic animals are NOT permitted at Caspers Wilderness Park.
  • Additional rules and regulations for each park can be found on park pages.

 

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

  • Reservations cancelled up to 2 p.m. on the arrival day of the reservation are available for full refund
  • Reservations cancelled after 2 p.m. on the arrival day of the reservation are subject to loss of the first night’s campsite fee
  • Full refunds are available for the following reasons:
    • Park closure
    • Inclement weather, as determined by the Park Ranger on duty on the reservation date
    • Serious medical emergency of the reservation holder or the holder’s immediate family