We stayed here a couple years ago. Had a wonderful time. There are several short hikes very close by as well as walking distance to the sequoia shuttle that can take you almost anywhere in the park for free. Plus the river goes through the middle of the campground so swimming is available. It’s a short walk to showers, market and a visitors center. Must make reservations 6 months in advance.
This campground is almost TOO nice. There is everything you need and more. They have a full size grocery store, cafe, cafeteria, and gift shop. I loved this spot, but I would opt for a less crowded campsite if I had the choice. There’s so many people that you don’t necessarily get the solitude you might be looking for. However, if you’re looking to see General Sherman and the giant sequoias, it’s a great spot.
The campsite itself is beautiful and well kept.
Rv camped in winter. Not all loops open but there weren’t a lot of people there so it was ok. Lots of long rv spaces. Nearby exploring is plentiful
Remember pets on leashes on trails.