Great little hotsprings in a relatively accessible spot. They are situated right by the creek and I loved how quiet and unused the area is. The canyon can get chilly (esp. in winter months) just get from your campfire to the springs to your tent quickly.
We visited this site Memorial Day weekend after driving through the 108 on Sonora Pass. It took about 30 minutes to get to the campground from the main road. Our site had two tent spots, a picnic table, and a fire ring. The campground itself has vaulted bathrooms. Each site was a short walk to a creek and the trail that leads to the hot springs. The campground can get busy, but each site is a good distance from eachother. They allow dogs too. They do not have bear boxes so be careful where you leave your food. You are a short driving distance to twin lakes which has beautiful scenery of the Eastern Sierra, and the town of Bridgeport has Hot Springs too. Overall a stunning campground with amazing views.
Free dispersed camping along the road leading into Buckeye Campground. We had a beautiful site overlooking the river, just across from Buckeye Hot Springs. There were others camping in the area but it was very quiet and a wonderful place to stop for the night.
No bathrooms, showers or tables
We had an awesome one night stay. Very pretty drive on the way in. Mostly dirt road, which we didn't mind. This campground was only a few minutes drive to the hot springs. Wonderful bonus. No electricity or running water. Just a little warning. We weren't expecting it way out there but you never know. They did have restrooms but no where to wash your hands. Lots of deer roaming in the early afternoon. Resident manager was an awesome guy who was very nice and helpful. We enjoyed our stay and will be back.