1100-foot elevation. 5 campsites on the Kings Wild and Scenic River. Rafting is popular in the river, with up to Class III rapids in the river. This campground is within the Giant Sequoia National Monument. Trails in the monument, open to hikers, horses, and bikes (outside the wilderness areas), wind through giant sequoia groves, up mountains, and alongside wild rivers. Unsuitable for trailers, no drinking water Special food storage rule in effect because this is black bear country! Check current fire restrictions before venturing out.
Clean restrooms open space , jus not a lot of fire wood will go back itz a good spot
When I get the chance, over spring break and summer vacation, I head deeper into the hills past Pine Flat Lake to this gem of a camp ground. It's a gorgeous sight in the spring when we've had rain: poppies and other wildflowers blanket the hillsides of the mini valley surrounding the Kings River. Green Cabin Flat is the only one that requires a reservation. The grounds are great for a weekend excursion or a week-long nature break.