Camping reservations through The America Ride and Music Festival is SOLD OUT !

O’Neill Regional Park
30892 Trabuco Canyon Road
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92678

If you still need camping accommodations, please contact O’Neill Regional Park directly or visit


$20 for the weekend (Fri & Sat nights):
Motorhomes, Vehicles, Trailers-
You will receive a campsite which accommodates up to 8 persons (in a Motorhome/Trailer/RV) OR 2 vehicles
(Sites #’s will be assigned to you based on vehicle size/type and # of persons, AND site availability)
In order to accommodate as many campers as possible sharing of sites may be required. This will be dependent upon the sizes of vehicles and number of persons in the party.

$5 per person for tent sites with parking for up to 8 motorcycles. (parking may be shared with other individuals assigned to the site, depending on the size of the party)
You will receive an assigned camp site # if you are staying for the weekend and you will park AT your designated camp site. If you are staying Saturday night only, you may be assigned a Group Camp Area (festival style camping-tents only) and parking near your assigned Group Camp Area.

When making reservations, please have the following information ready:

Type and size of vehicle
Vehicle license plate number
Number of people in your party(include each person’s last name, vehicle plate number, email address)
Do you want a site for Friday and Saturday night? or Just Saturday night?
Credit card info OR if mailing a check-all checks must be received no later than April 30th

Please call O’Neill Park directly for reservations-The America Ride and Music Festival has sold out all reservations.

Check In Procedure:

Check in can be done at the main gate/ranger station between 2:00pm and 9:30pm. If you arrive after 9:30pm, go directly to your assigned site and check in at the ranger station first thing in the morning.

Park History:

O’Neill Regional Park’s 4,500 acres are situated in beautiful Trabuco and Live Oak Canyons. The park is heavily wooded with coast live oak and sycamore trees. The hillsides surrounding the park are filled with cactus, wild buckwheat, sagebrush and chaparral of scrub oak, buckthorn and mountain mahogany. Trabuco and Hickey Creeks also meander through the park, flowing in winter and early spring, dry in summer and fall.

Posted Park Rules:

No alcohol or other intoxicants.
Park only in designated areas.
Speed limit of 10 mph is enforced at all times.
Vehicle operations restricted to designated roads.
Fires are permitted only in fireplaces and approved camp stoves.
No wood fires in barbecues.
No wood gathering.
Possession or use of firearms or weapons is prohibited.
Swimming/wading in creek is prohibited(no watercraft allowed).
Dogs are allowed in campground and on all paved trails. Must be on leash at all times (six foot maximum).
All campers must be 18 years of age or older or must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
The park depends on visitors to protect all wildlife, vegetation, features and improvements.
Minors should be under direct adult supervision at all times.
Stay on marked trails.

Warning: Mountain lions in the area. They are unpredictable and can be dangerous. Stay alert and follow all park rules.