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Gets hot in summer, spots are close by to each other but usually respectful neighbors, sometimes idiots come by leaving trash and making noise at odd hours but closes at 7pm so you won't get people coming in the middle of the night. 5 dollars day pass, 25 total for camping. Nice huge area, can go…
This is a very back in the woods setting. We didn’t stay here because when we got out of the car for a bathroom trip, a coyote was 20 feet from the car. Needless to say I almost peed myself 🤣. We went to a different site. This one is super secluded and no one else was there at all when we were…
A lot of trees survived in the creek but the surrounding area was decimated. There are hazard trees and other damage that will have to be repaired. I don't expect it to open in 2022.
There are a lot of backroads to explore in the area. The campground was on the edge of the 2020 Creek Fire. It was closed in 2021 and hazard trees were removed. I would expect it to open in 2022 but recommend calling the Bass Lake Ranger Station.
The site is right outside Yosemite National park. It is perfect for car camping as it is a large parking lot. There is a dumpster and it’s fantastic for viewing the stars.
Great level area overlooking rolling hills dotted with old oaks and granite outcroppings. James is great and accommodating. It was quiet and the views were incredible.
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After accidentally driving to this location following the directions of another reviewer for the “Yosemite Boondocks” campground across 41 (which we never found) we were very happy with this location.
First, to tell you how to properly get here and find all the spots, drive to the end of the road…
Note: drove to “end of Mt Raymond Rd / Goat Meadow Ttailhead” following Hannah’s review as the directions. That is not the directions to this campground. It’s the directions to the Meadow campground across the 41. So, unfortunately never found this location. Leaving proper review of Meadow…
We typically choose to stay in traditional camp grounds and haul in our own gear and pitch tents but this time we had permits to hike up Half Dome and chose to stay here due to the location of being able to park, sleep and wake up early to start our day hike.
This is great access to start the…
Booked Loop B site 36 - on-line said it wouldn't take a trailer larger than 12'. 1st - it isn't a 'back-in site. You pull in along the roadside bounded by boulders for your site. I pulled in with my 19' trailer, towed by a large SUV without a problem.
We were here six nights and never had more…
Located at the end of Mt Raymond Road at the Goat Meadow Trailhead & Snow Play. Plenty of spaces available, including a parking lot. I hate to admit it's suitable for big rigs because these generators are driving me nuts. I had to ask someone at 10pm to please turn it off because it was so…
A few miles out of town, store close by. Usually mostly empty and good privacy
Good experience, campground was very quiet while we were there@ Elderberry loop.
Weather was good. Neighbors were friendly. Firewood guy comes around late in the day it for $1 log.
Saw some deer cruising through the campground, once with a coyote tracking them. A bear visiting Cedar loop…
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This is not dispersed camping this is an advertisement for glamping.
Our campsite was the best! We were right next to the Merced River and surrounded by granite cliffs! To our right was Yosemite Falls and behind was Half Dome. Can’t wait to come back!
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