Paradise Cove Camping
Paradise Cove is the next cove east from Ripper’s Cove as you travel towards Avalon from Two Harbors. It is very private – allowing for just one group or campers. If it is privacy you are after – here is a great spot!
The beach is sheltered under a protective rocky bluff, out of the wind on three sides. The beach is sand mixed with cobblestones and tumbled-smooth lava rocks of various colors. Closer to the waters edge it is mostly sand.
Snorkeling and diving are possible here, as well as hiking if you bring adequate footwear. As with all the remote boat in campsites on Catalina Island – watch for rattlesnakes.
***I apologize for the ultra-crap picture! It’s the only one I could get my hands on. You can kind of see a tent and some activity on the beach.. lol! Send me a nice pic if you take one while you’re there! -Ed.
Paradise Cove Campsites
There is room for just one group of campers here. At the campsite on the beach, you can fit two tents. It’s a perfect setup for families allowing space for one tent for parents, the other for the kids. No picnic tables here. As with all the boat in campsites, there is no fresh water, toilets, showers, or sunshades. Capacity: 6 campers.
Paradise Cove Camping Map
Other Boat In Campsites on Catalina Island
There are a total of 17 boat in campsite spread between 9 locations. For more information on other camping areas, rules, fees, and how to book reservations, visit our page on boat-in camping on Catalina Island.
Use the links below to visit each of the boat in campsites on Catalina Island
- Ripper’s Cove Boat-in Campsite on Catalina Island
- Paradise Cove Boat-in Campsite on Catalina Island
- Lava Wall Boat-in Campsite on Catalina Island
- Gibraltar Beach Boat-in Campsite on Catalina Island
- Cabrillo Boat-in Campsite on Catalina Island
- Goat Harbor Boat-in Campsite on Catalina Island
- Italian Gardens Boat-in Campsite on Catalina Island
- Long Point Beach Boat-in campsite on Catalina Island
- Willow Cove Boat-in campsite on Catalina Island