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Only had a one night stay here prior to completing Rae Lakes Loop in King’s Canyon and got a first come first served spot. Parking at this site was crap and space for rent was limited but we were just happy to have scored a spot to rest before our backpack. Bear boxes available for each site. The lake was amazing and loads of families and kids frolicking around. Would love to go back and experience a few days at this lake and a more spacious and carefully chosen campsite.
As a solo traveler, seeking a camping spot in the mountains near Shaver Lake, Dorabelle Campground was recommended to me by a long time local. I made a reservation after looking over maps to ensure walking distance to lake for swimming and fishing. A fairly close rest room was important too. I reserved a corner space with a nearby toilet and water spigot. I was please to find the walk to the lake was less than 5 minutes. What really impressed me was 1. Very friendly check in kiosk (who gave me fresh grapes) . 2. Very clean, including the restrooms . 3. My campsite was large , clean, with sunny and shade spots and separated from other sites by trees . The cove is wonderful for swimming and mostly kayaks/SUP with plenty of beach space, water temp was perfect . Happy campers all, one lady let me use her kayak. The cost to camp is very reasonable at 35$ for a big tent site compared to the larger more commercial campground up the road. Yes, smaller with narrow one way roads, but quiet at night, easy access from Shaver Lake businesses and food and nicely kept sites. I’ve been camping for 50 years and I haven’t come home and raved about a campground in a long time ! A four star rating for lack of showers/place to wash dishes.
We stayed in site 25 in the Mono Loop and the views were wonderful! Staying over Labor Day during record heat and local fires were not ideal but our site was private. Bathrooms were so-so with regard to cleanliness but most sites had its own access to water which was awesome! Sites next to the restroom on the mono loop were close together not very privateer that is something to note when picking a site. More trash at this campground than others I have been to as well. Lake levels were low in Sept but I hear they were high & lake access was even better in the spring & early summer!
Not worth the drive- but stayed here because I didn’t plan ahead during COVId and national park restrictions. Nice place- but much warmer than the high elevation of the park. Otherwise in cooler weather this place is well designed and amazing pool
4x4 with a lift is highly recommended if you plan on driving into the campsite, but its not so bad that you couldn’t hike if you wanted to. Popular with Off Highway Vehicle users, Voyager Rock camping area is located on the east shore of Courtright Reservoir off of the Dusy-Ershim trail. Lots of space and great views from just about anywhere, and a fun drive for those with the vehicle to do so