Dispersed
Group
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
No Drinking Water
About Fresno Dome Campground

Located on Boggy Meadow adjacent to Big Creek, Fresno Dome Campground is conveniently located near the Fresno Dome trail which provides wonderful views of the San Joaquin Valley and surrounding mountains. Fir and Pine trees provides shaded sites and all sites have grills, tables and fire rings. Access to campground is paved and dirt. There is a campground host on site. Please deposit trash at entrance to campground.

Price
$20.00
Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
No Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Not Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
No Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
No Water Hookups
No WiFi
Location
Fresno Dome Campground is located in California
Latitude
37.4555 N
Longitude
-119.5483 W
Get Directions
Directions
Take Hwy 41 north from Fresno; continue thru Oakhurst to Sky Ranch Road (6S10 or Forest Road 10) travel 11.5 miles; road forks, take left fork towards Fresno Dome. Travel 1.7 miles turn left to enter campground.
2 Reviews of Fresno Dome Campground
Beautiful spot with water to play in.

All sites are first come first served. Beautiful expansive sites. Not too much tree cover so you get a fair amount of sun during the day (which is nice when temps are low). They have vault toilets, which totally did the job. Bring your own water. They’re only open for the summer--fall forest service road definitely not maintained when it snows. A good jumping off point for lots of hiking.

First to Review
Stones throw from Yosemite without the year wait!

Hidden in the most often overlooked sierranational forest, this campground is a gem! There’s a beautiful creek that was full in August, which flows alongside the grounds. The water creates a great sound dampening - perfect for midnight snore charades around the campfire. Lots of drivable trailheads including jackass lake, Fresno dome, Yosemite, mammoth, and ansel Adams wilderness