10 Best Places for Car Camping in the Philippines
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10 Best Places for Car Camping in the Philippines

Are you tired of the same old routine of booking hotels and planning out every minute of your vacation? Why not switch things up and try car camping? 

This exciting and adventurous way of traveling allows you to have the freedom to go wherever the road takes you and experience bonding with loved onesin a whole new way. 

So pack up your gear, hit the road, and prepare for an unforgettable adventure as we give our hot take on the best places to go car camping in the Philippines.

1. Batis ng Kalikasan

Website: https://www.facebook.com/batisngkalikasan/

Address: Santa Maria, Laguna

Contact details: +63 968 851 0810


  • Entrance Fee: Adult – Php 160 (Day tour); Php 240 (Overnight)

  Kids 4 to 12yo – Php 120 (Day tour); Php 160 (Overnight)

  • Pitching Fee: Overland, car camping, or campervan – Php 800

If you’re looking for a camping experience near Manila, Batis ng Kalikasan offers overnight rates for those who need camping equipment or have their own. 

Located just two to three hours away from the city, this hidden gem provides camping enthusiasts with a beautiful view of the natural world next to a chilly stream!

Pro tip:
If you’re looking to explore outdoor activities beyond car camping, you can enjoy ATV rides, horseback riding, and fishing at Batis ng Kalikasan for a very reasonable price.

2. Kalmado Campsite

Website: https://www.facebook.com/kalmadoGlamping/

Address: Zambal Rd, Tagaytay, Cavite

Contact details: +63 935 118 1867


  • Entrance Fee: Php 150 (Day tour); Php 200 (Overnight)
  • Pitching Fee: Php 300 – Php 500

Kalmado Campsite is located in picturesque Tagaytay. This private campsite provides a cool and peaceful escape from the heat of the city. 

The campground offers comforts like restrooms and kitchen facilities to make your camping trip enjoyable. Bring warm jackets because it could get very chilly at night!

Pro tip:
The area has a few hiking trails to explore the surrounding forest. You can ask the campsite staff if you want a guide and they will give you one.

3. Bagbag Beach

Address: Baybay Norte, Barangay Road, Sual, Pangasinan

Rates: Pitching Fee: Php 50

Bagbag Beach is a beautiful beach in Sual in Pangasinan where you can also go car camping. It is known for its white sand, clear waters, and stunning Hundred Islands National Park views. 

You can enjoy various activities at Bagbag Beach, including swimming, sunbathing, shell collecting, hiking, picnicking, birdwatching, and visiting the nearby Hundred Islands National Park.

Pro tip:
You can hike up the hill at Bagbag beach to view Nilo Island and the other islands in the Hundred Islands of Alaminos, Pangasinan.

4. Domelis Camping Site

Domelis Camping Site
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Website: https://www.facebook.com/people/Domelis-Camping-Site/100066695772723/

Address: Lumban, Laguna


  • Entrance Fee: Php 50 (Day tour); Php 100 (Overnight)
  • Pitching Fee: Php 100
  • Parking Fee: Php 50

Domelis Camping Site in Laguna is known as a haven for campers. You can enjoy various activities here at this campsite besides car camping, including swimming, kayaking, fishing, hiking, and birdwatching.

Despite the absence of electricity and reliance on lake water, the natural beauty makes it a worthwhile destination for families seeking relaxation under the shade of trees and the cool breeze.

Pro tip:
There are a variety of fish to be caught in Caliraya Lake, so you can bring your fishing gear and try your luck.

5. Viewscape Nature’s Park

Website: https://www.facebook.com/ViewscapeNaturePark/

Address: Barangay Cuyambay, Tanay, Rizal

Contact details: +63 930 986 0284


  • Entrance Fee: Php 200 (Day tour); Php 300 (Overnight)
  • Pitching Fee: Php 1000

If you want to enjoy an unobstructed view of the night sky, Viewscape Nature’s Park is the perfect place to set up camp. It’s is far enough from the city lights so that you can actually see the stars. 

You can bring your tent or hammock or sleep in your van if you have a mattress. Alternatively, you can stay in one of their glamping tents or A-style cottages.

Pro tip:
If you’re looking to make the most of your camping weekend, they offer an adventure route where you’ll get to explore the campgrounds, visit caves, and go birdwatching.

6. Edna’s Beach and Campsite

Website: https://www.facebook.com/ednasbeachandcampsite/

Address: Calatagan, Batangas

Contact details: +63 917 685 0864


  • Entrance Fee: Php 200 (Day tour); Php 300 (Overnight)
  • Pitching Fee: Php 300 – Php 500

Edna’s Beach Campsite, located in Calatagan, is a highly sought-after destination for camping alongside the beach. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors, with a long stretch of white sand beach, clear waters, and a relaxed atmosphere. 

Pro tip:
Take a boat ride to visit the  Little Boracay of Calatagan, a beautiful spot with a huge expanse of white sand and crystal-clear waters that are perfect for snorkeling.

7. Camp Spotted Wood

Website: https://www.facebook.com/campspottedwood/

Address: Tiaong, Quezon

Contact details: +63 917 583 7727

Rates: Entrance Fee: Php 500 (Adult); Php 300 (Children)

  Pitching Fee: Php 200

Nestled in the heart of Villa Escudero Plantation, Camp Spotted-Wood is a newly established car campground that promises a great experience for its guests by giving you the feel of camping in the wild but with all the amenities and security.

Pro tip:
If you are a bird watcher, ask the staff to lead you to the best spots to see unusual bird species.

8. Camp Boa

Website: https://www.facebook.com/campboa/

Address: Sta. Ines Road, Tanay, Rizal

Contact details: +63 970 145 0000

Rates: Entrance Fee: Php 500 (Day Tour); Php 800 (Overnight)

Camp BOA is a glamping destination in Tanay, Rizal. Located in a secluded area surrounded by pine trees and mountains, it is an off-road car camping destination, perfect for those who love to explore the outdoors.

Pro tip:
Camp Boa has a 100-meter-long canopy walk that takes you through the treetops. This is a great way to get a bird’s eye view of the forest and the wildlife up close.

9. Moolk Creamery Farm

Website: https://www.facebook.com/MoolkFarm/

Address: Sampaloc Rd, Tanay, Rizal

Rates: Entrance Fee: Php 350 (Adult); Php 500 (Children)

  Pitching Fee: Php 500

Dubbed Tanay’s “New Zealand”, Moolk Farm houses New Zealand cows that are allowed to graze freely on hectares of land. This scenic campsite overlooks Pillilia Wind Farm and Laguna de Bay.

Pro tip:
At the campsite, you can participate in various activities, including horseback riding, ATV rides, and up-close interactions with cows.

10. Mountain View Farm

Website: https://www.facebook.com/MountainViewFarmDangwan/

Address: New Clark City, Bamban, Tarlac

Rates: Pitching Fee: Php 1000

Mountain View Farm is a privately owned campsite with stunning views of Taal Lake and the surrounding mountains.

This car camping site offers visitors to meet and interact with the farm animals, such as cows, pigs, chickens, and rabbits. Here, you can also learn about farming and agriculture.

Pro tip:
Campers can take a tour of the farm and learn about the different crops and animals that are raised there.

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