About Big Meadow
Big Meadow Campground lies at about 6,400 feet elevation on the Stanislaus National Forest. It is located 21 miles east of Arnold, California. Breathtaking views abound, and wildlife viewing opportunities include marmots, squirrels, coyotes and deer. Natural Features: Situated in the central Sierra Nevada Mountains, Stanislaus National Forest is sandwiched between the well-known destinations, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite. It boasts gorgeous views of snow-capped mountain peaks and Californias Great Central Valley. Recreation: Picnicking, birding and hiking are popular pastimes at Big Meadow. Lake Alpine and Spicer Meadow Reservoir, both just a 15 minute drive away, offer fishing and other water activities. Facilities: Big Meadow has 65 individual camping units and a group site. The group camp, easily accessible from Highway 4, can accommodate up to 50 guests. Vault toilets and drinking water are among the conveniences found here. ACTIVITIES Boating Visitor Center: Ranger Station Swimming Site
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Big Meadow is located in California
From Arnold, California, take Highway 4 east for 25 miles to the Big Meadow Campground.
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