Catalina Island: Two Harbors Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Santa Catalina Island is one of seven islands located oﬀ the coast of Southern California. Although some are oﬀ-limits to visitors and diﬃcult to access, Catalina Island is by far the most welcoming of this oft-overlooked island chain, with tent camping options galore. It’s an unspoiled, unpolluted island waterfront camping utopia that gives visitors a chance to see what the California aquatic environment looked like before Western civilization settled here. There’s an assortment of great tent camping sites at Catalina Island, including hikein and boat-in campsites.
Two Harbors Campground requires neither extensive hiking to reach, nor a kayak, but you’ll need to tackle an obvious problem—how to get to the island. The most aﬀordable and popular way is by taking the Catalina Express shuttle to the island, from San Pedro. It’s a short trip, under 1 hour, and the ticket prices are moderately priced at around $70 for a round-trip."