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Let me start off by saying there was a fairly big issue with 2 of the 3 spots we reserved. The paved lots were so far from level that we didn't have enough leveling blocks. I am confident that these unlevel spots , G80 and G81, are the exception and not the norm.
With that bit out of the way,…
Lots of trees which is great unless you have a satellite dish on top of your RV. I should have scouted the place first to get a site with a clear sky. A section of road leading into the park is extremely bumpy. Careful with carbonated drinks after you arrive. Laundry machines are credit card…
Dusty Park overpriced for what you get.
We arrived Fourth of July weekend and the drive down to the campground is absolutely stunning! We stayed at site 120 which was very spacious and partially shaded. The river was a lot lower than I have seen the past few times I have been here 4 years ago. Therefore there was a lot of people playing…
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So we were typically boondockers but when the recent forest closures took effect we felt like nowhere to go. Luckily, Sequoia and Kings NP is open. So drove there from San Diego. It was a 6 hour drive. We went to the cisitors center per park rangers advice to get a decent phone signal and we were…
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This campground sits above 9000 ft and you can drive there, park your car next to your site. It is a great basecamp for day hikes up into to higher altitude. There are multiple lakes a short hike away and waterfalls on 3 sides, its a beautiful place with peaks souring towards 14,000 ft.
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Small campground only about 10 sites. Nice clean restrooms with flush toilets. Perched on the side of a hill with limited flat space. Tight loop, not good for larger rigs. It was fun seeing free range cattle roam through in the evening.
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I've been camping at Fairview Campground on the Kern for over 15 years and look forward to it every year. The prices are fair, it's right on the river and is the perfect starting point for floating. It is also directly next to McNally's restaurant, which has been such a blessing after some long…
First spot in the park. Wonderful swimming hole. Easy to access and quaint site. Trails and nearby restaurants.
Not close enough to nature. Sketchy characters hang around. Facilities are not cared for.
What I love about Hume is the classic vibe. There is a little burger/shake shack by a lake with recreational activities. The weather is nice and elevation provides beautiful star gazing.
This campground is sort if basic. It is very close to town as its the first campground in the Sequoia Park. The swimming hole is unmatched, complete with rope swing. Very accessible and even bear sightings. Trails and lots of shade.
A party place in mid august. Lots of louder groups that were up late into the night.
Site 84 was technically approved for a trailer over 10 feet, but a serious squeeze to get our trailer and explorer to fit within the lines.
Some restrooms were closed, and the open ones were very crowded at…
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Beautiful and quiet little campground with sequoia trees all around. Saw deer in and around the campground almost daily. Camp host was very friendly and helpful. Would definitely visit again.
My family stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. We have a 32 foot travel trailer. During peak months, reservations were required (opens one month in advance). There's a threaded water spigot attached to the bathroom toward the front of the campground. The others weren't threaded for a hose. It…