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Advertised at $35 on The Dyrt, it was $63 with a discount. Closest bath house was mediocre, and no WiFi! Nice registration person offered her personal hotspot. As my 5th rv camping experience, I’m learning what to ask for up front.
For anyone visiting Pinnacles, this is a great place to stay nearby. We were there on a weekend and all the spots were taken so we walked in with our tents and set up off the hiking road. The views were great and there are lots of things to explore!
I’ll start with the positive. The staff was incredibly nice and the sites were level left to right. The park is a couple swings in a sand pit, there seems to be a lot of permanent residents, the water supply in each site is topped with a sprinkler to water the grass in the sites. We stayed 2…
Nice overnight stay. More than a few full timers. Most likely high season spring-summer when the water runs.
Small but spacious campground. Only 5 sites. BLM $5. Stayed early March. Roughly 2,900 feet. Snowed. Free range cattle. Road coming from the east is a great drive. Road going west to King City is narrow and pot holed. Great place.
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Small but spacious campground...only 5 sites. Fills up so get there early.
We had booked a pull thru site and they asked to change our spot because they were having a party that day in that area. I was okay with it until we got there and tried to pull into the spot. We have a 35 foot 5th wheel and they put us on the far end where it was hard to turn. It took a lot of…
This place is so great! It is difficult to find BLM camping in California and this is a gem!
The road is in prone to mudslides and looked like is was recently cleared of mud in multiple spots. Warning though this is the kind of mud that is like clay and has to be scraped off of wheel wells and…
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This is a great location halfway between northern and southern California along I5. Clean and not too busy so we were nicely spaced out.
It being in the middle of nowhere, there is nothing to walk or bike to, but the town is about 10 miles inland.
I was here mid Nov 20 for 3 days. Laguna mountain road trail is very strenuous The last leg of the trail(primitive trail) is not easy to follow. Someone has marked the trail with stacked rocks. To the summit is about 4.5 miles from the campground. The falls hike is a gradual incline both…
Friendly staff, well kept grounds, solid amenities. Many long term guests, a few of which were a bit noisy. I stayed here in a pinch in one of the tent sites. It's a grass patch in the middle of an RV park. I didn't expect more. I might stay again in a pinch, but I'd probably just get a cheap motel…
My job in agriculture brought me to the area to visit farms nearby. I was glad to find the Almond Tree, which turned out to be a perfect base camp for the week. It is truly a little oasis in a vast agricultural landscape without many lodging options or attractions. And my Dyrt PRO membership…
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This was my first BLM camping experience and only second motorcycle camping experience overall. I stayed at Condon Peak on July 4, 2020 after finding the sites further up on Coalinga Road full. I also ended up back at Condon Peak on July 25, 2020.
IIRC, there are 6 sites. Each site is…
Site was clean and close to restroom staff very helpful
Nice place to take the rv sight's was clean no trash quite at night lot cooler by the river than in town