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Camp Del Monte lies at the edge of the Pacific Ocean in Monterey. The area affords some of California's most stunning scenery while offering world-renowned attractions and recreation.

From historic Monterey to the dramatic Big Sur coastline to romantic Carmel and Pebble Beach Monterey County offers a rich and complete variety of activities and attractions.

Camp Del Monte Layout

Cabin Information

Eight units sleep 6 people each.

Each unit has the following: television set, table with chairs, one queen bed, one double futon and two twins, bathroom with shower.

Fully equipped kitchen which includes the following:microwave, electric range, refrigerator, cooking utensils, coffee maker, toaster, kitchenware (dishes, silverware, etc.)

Playground for children.

Laundry facilities available.

Barbecues available.

Campers are to provide their own linens.

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Aerial view of Monterey Bay

Caretakers Cabin

Typical Cabin Plan

Camp Del Monte is located at Casanova Avenue and Kolb Avenue in a residential area in East Monterey on PG&E substation property. Take the Del Rey Oaks/Seaside Exit from Highway 1 and go 4 stoplights to Fremont Street. Turn right and proceed one long block to Casanova Avenue. The address is 401 Kolb Avenue.

Water-Sports Advisory

In recent years, several water bodies in the southwestern United States, including California, have become infested with the non-native Quagga mussel. This species is very invasive and once introduced can proliferate rapidly. The spread of these mussels can be very damaging to the native ecosystem and ultimately cause significant harm to water collection and distribution systems, including power generating facilities. Fortunately they have not currently know to exist in any PG&E reservoirs. The biggest risk in the spread of this species is the movement of watercraft or water related equipment from infested waters. If you are planning to bring a boat or other water borne equipment to a PSEA facility find out more about how you can help prevent the spread of this species by going to the Department of Fish and Game website at http://www.dfg.ca.gov/invasives/quaggamussel.