Grandview Campground
Trl G.
Reviewed Mar. 15, 2024

Quiet, beautiful White Mtn skies

I pulled in here for a quick overnight stay and ended up staying 3 nights. It was so quiet and folks in other spots were quiet as well. It got busy on a Saturday night with folks coming in but but majority of them left the next morning early and the camp got almost empty again. Clean restrooms, bring your own water (none there) camps are private and you are pretty well hidden by pinions. It does get breezy up there and the pinions make for good wind break.

This campground is a minimal noise site and is noted around camp. The skies at night are amazing! Not too far from main trails of the White Pine Bristlecone forest. Lots of other places to explore.

No cell service, pack out your own trash (no bins), no water spigots (bring your own) there was no fee when I was there but may have changed. Ranger drives through once a day, pretty nice folk they are. Chat with them and they can give ya the heads up and places to adventure to in the area.

Siteend of camp near the old mine trail head.
Month of VisitOctober