Tell us: What's your favorite local campground in LA?

In late November, I prepared myself for one of the most common activities of every nature-loving Californian.

I got up early and walked about ten steps to my laptop, where I quickly logged in Recreation.gov to secure a campsite near Yosemite National Park – for Memorial Day weekend. It's the kind of vacation that requires booking six months in advance, when coveted camping spots become available.

This is the reality of camping in beautiful California. It requires intensive planning, often far in advance.

Luckily for those of us in LA County, many of the campgrounds in Angeles National Forest are first come, first served. This means that if you get into the car on Friday afternoon with a cooler, tent and camping gear, there will probably be an empty campsite waiting for you.

I recently described nine of the thirty or so such campgrounds we can choose from in LA County. I'd love to hear what your favorite spot is. Maybe I included it in my list. Maybe you'll be grateful I didn't. Maybe, just maybe, you'll be willing to share this using the form below.

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