Here are the dates for our Kenney Grove campouts for 2019. We recommend that you go ahead and make reservations for all the dates you think you might attend. You can cancel with a full refund up to 45 days in advance. If you make all your reservations for the year at the same time, you pay only one $3.00 reservation fee.
County of Ventura Camping
April 11-14, 2019 – Spring Break
May 23-27, 2019 – Memorial Day Weekend
July, the 25th-28th, 2019 – Summer Camp
August 29-Sept 2, 2019 – Labor Day Weekend
October 3-6, 2019 – Fall Out
When you make a reservation, if you have a Facebook account, please let us know via the Songmakers Camping News and Discussion group. This link should take you directly there.
Please ask to join by clicking on the appropriate button there. There are Events set up for each KG camp out. Please let us know that you are coming and which site you’ll be in, if you’re comfortable with that. The contents of this Facebook group are not visible to the general public, only to those who are fellow members.
Those of us who continued to camp in 2018 after the County of Ventura took over management found it still a very worthwhile experience. We braved the temporary lack of showers and the changes to our schedule due to park quiet hours requirements. We spoke with rangers and the camp hosts and have been assured that the showers will be ready for use by the time we’re back in April. They have not made us shut down the music at 9 p.m., and we have continued to play quietly even though others share the campground with us. So far, so good!
We also learned that Ventura County parks budget is based only on the parks’ and campgrounds’ income. They do not receive county, state or federal funds. So let’s be as happy as possible about sharing our lovely spot with new people…they’ll be helping keep the lights on. You know, when the lights actually work!
Thanks to everyone who camped in 2018 and to those of you who are making plans for 2019! Onward!
Kenny Grove Campground is in the middle of this photo to the right of the pine trees near the base of the mountains