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We rented an RV and had it delivered to the campsite and set up; all sites have electric hookups and water spigots nearby, but one loop has full RV hookups at each spot. We were very close to the lake, just a short walk, and it's beautiful. Super clear, relaxing sounds, easy trails all along. It…
$14 a night, right by a lake! super pretty. mountain view’s as well. the only bad part is i think this is a local hot spot, and there was loud trucks coming in and out in the late hours blasting music. also 4 wheelers going crazy!! did not sleep good at all.
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…
The name says it all. This campsite was a majestic experience for being surrounded by huge pines and sunsets you have to experience- photos do them no justice. Campers were very respectful and nighttime brought a soothing silence with very little noise and partying. Everyone gathers to see the…
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Close to amenities, quick drive to get there, great trails
Camped three nights during the week in early May 2021 in a 24-foot travel trailer. Site 007 was shaded with lake view, but narrow and barely long enough for our trailer. Electric, water and sewer, all for Federal Golden-pass rate of $15! Campground was mostly empty. Bathrooms were ok: not…
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.
Had a great time 3 nights of amazing campfires
This camping site is a nice free area super close to the Giants Trail entrance (5 minute drive). As you head in you go thru a little dirt road and at the end you see an opening for this site. There is one site located right at the start of the access road but with no views. The main area is cleared…
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Its qlmost impossible to get a spot here, but we got lucky on a Thursday early in the season. It was amazing! There were deer and marmots that were friendly (but not camp beggers) and trees the perfect distance for hammock sleeping.
Normally do dispersed camping, but figured I would do the campground thing. Very beautiful well kept supposedly it had just opened an hour or two before I arrived after being closed for two years. Great campground
The campgrounds are beautiful and well maintained! The bathrooms are the cleanest I’ve ever seen at a campground and down by the lake is beautiful! Highly recommend!
Cute small campground down by a creek. Has bathrooms. There are no tent pads.
We really had no clue which campgrounds to choose on our Kings Canyon and Sequoia trip so this was a random choice! It seemed like popular crowded sites were all booked out. So I chose this one because it has a nice stream nearby, it's so nice to camp near water. It was sparsely crowded, very…
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Only a few people here on Tuesday. Pretty stop on the 395. Already 90 degrees in May but some trees so nice in the shade.