the lowdown on the weekend –
july 8,9, go home 10 • 2022
Welcome to homo camp
pack it in, pack it out. ojai is one of my favorite places to visit, and i’m hoping after we camp, one of your favorites too.
Latitude 34° 31′ 57.3600″ N Longitude 119° 10′ 56.6400″ W
Break free from reality and take a scenic cruise along fabulous Highway 33 for a short drive from Ojai to Rose Valley Campground and Day Use Area. Whether you’re day-tripping or camping, you can explore the running creek, visit the waterfalls, take a dip and hike the nearby trails and enjoy the local wildlife. Wildflowers and shady areas under cottonwood trees invite you to indulge in a rejuvenating nap. Removed just far enough from civilization, the night sky here is fantastic, especially when gazing north, a perfect place to view meteor showers, satellites, comets and other celestial phenomenon.
Things to know for the weekend
Each spot gets one vehicle, we have 4 spots so far, but more can be purchased here.
$10 fee for each extra vehicle.
No drinking water is available.
No public showers in the region.
Fireworks are not permitted.
The nearest stores and gas are 15 miles south along Hwy. 33, in Ojai.
No cell service at the campground.
Avoid hiking alone. Tell someone where you plan to go and then stick to your plans.
Avoid unnecessary risk – help for emergencies is miles away.
Carry a first aid kit and other safety gear with you when hiking.
Bring gnat/mosquito repellent during spring/summer/fall.
Things to bring for the weekend
A basic list for what to bring for the weekend. If you have any questions, shoot Lukas a message.
- Tent (and footprint, stakes)
- Sleeping bags
- Sleeping pads
- Camping pillow
- Headlamps or flashlights (and extra batteries)
- Camp chairs
- Camp table (if no picnic table)
- Lantern (and mantles and fuel/batteries if needed)
- Ice or ice substitutes
- Water bottle
- Biodegradable soap
- Foooooooodz (something that doesn’t need refrigeration)