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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 room.
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
This is a great campground. Right in the heart of the forest. There is a market and showers at the entrance to the campground. They even have a dump site for trailers and rv’s. Just a few miles down the road are the giant trees, Moro rock and crystal cave. The river runs right thru the campground too. Awesome and fun!!
I've camped here many times and every single time it's a great experience. There are clean restrooms, the campsites are good, and the bear boxes are large. It's only a short walk to the river and a slightly longer walk to the ranger's station and then to the lodge where there is a general store and even a place to get a burger, hot dog, or slice of pizza. Always see a lot of bears up here so be smart.
This campground is situated by a lake. Love this spot! You’ll hear all the frogs by night and birds in the morning, great place for fly fishing or cat fishing and nice folks staying here! We had a bit of fun filling the truck up to make a portable pool, it’s quite warm in the summer months but perfect if you’re visiting the Clovis Rodeo!!! A local town isn’t far away. Great place for the family and pet friendly! It is pitch black at night, so bring flashlights. Restrooms are available, some sites have water, and trash dump is available. There’s no place on premise to purchase wood but park rangers operate entry at a booth during business hours for more information during your stay, if needed.
This KOA is a good stopover for people on there way to Yosemite or Sequoia National Park. There's not much around the campsite except for homes but the place has all you need. There's a pool but it's closed from Oct to May.
Cell Service: Great