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I mean it’s off the 5 in the middle of no where. Not May options but they are making improvements on already awesome site. Just need some showers but why if it’s an RV park. Stores always closed but other stores around. Really just a quick stop spot. Who comes here to vacation.
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It was a long windy drive up to the summit there’s a swim hole along the South Fork Tule River at the base of the mountain towards the lake in Porterville that has natural rock slides. The campsite has a huge meadow in the middle and beautiful views of trees. On the opposite side of the mountain…
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We loved our stay at this campground. It was beautiful, quite and the camp host was incredibly kind. My only complaint is that we were very far from any good hikes. My partner and I ended up driving 3hours to Sequoia NP so we could get a good one in. However, if you want a nice, lazy weekend in the…
Under slight construction from change of ownership, but convient to food and gas
Place is under change of ownership and under some minor construction. But for the price and location to food and interstate, a good deal.
Won't take you if your rv is older then 10 years old now thats what I CALL DISCRIMMMANATION ....
I spent two nights at the campground and would gladly stop by again if I find myself in that corner of the valley. I visited in the last days of November, and imagine there is more activity in other seasons.
I enjoyed riding my bike around the historic town. The infestation of ground squirrels…
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Very nice campsite with views of meadow. Lots of trees allow for many shaded sites. Most sites allow for privacy. Can get loud at night but mostly a chill campsite. Campfires allowed during time of visit which was great! Freeman Creek Trailhead nearby, hike ~8mi RT and see George Bush Sequoia.
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The fields and trails that are near this campground are phenomenal. It's a 5.2 mile hike down to the Freeman Creek Giant Sequoia Grove. The bathrooms are not maintained outside of the season and watch out for black widows in the corners of the bathrooms.
There are yurts and information stations…
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Historic and cool.
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In 1908, former slave Colonel Allen Allensworth and four other African Americans founded the town of Allensworth in the San Joaquin Valley of California. According to wikipedia, it is "the only California town to be founded, financed and governed by African Americans." At its…
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