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We love how clean it is, and the staff is friendly. The surrounding areas are woodsy and our dogs love the dog park!
This place is really cool and easy to find! Great views
Weather isn’t to hot and very secluded.
It’s just breath taking!
This Campground has lots of potential. We expected a cleaner site for $40 a night. Really just a cleaner campground in general. Our site had lots of trash at it. Like Chewing Tobacco, old empanadas, cereal, etc. But it had some positives. Like the store, Lake and splash n dash. But it seems like…
Great campground, beautiful pines, with very nice camp hosts. Quiet hours start at 8pm which was fine with us. Park rangers are present and will ticket you if not compliant with placing items/trash in bear boxes, warnings given first though. Lower eagle bathrooms are so much nicer than the ones…
This campground is fine. We stayed during covid and despite the reduced capacity it was crowded and mask wearing was not what we would have liked. Cabins are very close to each other so you are right on top of the next group. Not easy to sit outside and hang out.
Campground was very nice and relaxing. Bathrooms could use some upgrades and store hours could be extended as well.
Overall it was nice just wish it had more things to do.
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This is a great site. They have onsite assistance, and the layout is great. The site has several trails and is secluded in a great little canyon.
Not as close to lake as I thought. We weren't far from it though. Lots of different sites, but they vary dramatically. Some have lots of shade, others are out in the sun, some are large and open, others are compact. Just depends on what you are looking for.
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This was a great jumping off point to explore Yosemite National Park. Be sure to use the bear boxes (there are bears) and clean up after accessing food. I noticed plenty of people left food and food wrappers out at night or while they were away from camp. Poor form, folks.
Not a lot of shade…
Very close to park entrance. Tent sites are small and gravel. However the hosts are friendly, there are showers, clean bathrooms, good wifi, and you can use the resort pool. Great place to relax after a long day of hiking in Yosemite.
The view from this area is spectacular. Beautiful sunsets too. It is a pretty open area with lots of room to camp. It is now an abandoned ski resort. The Mormon Emigrant Trail can be accessed from there (East side, going West to Sly Park.) You can hear the Highway a little, but nonetheless very…
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We came here because it had more FCFS sites than others in the area and we weren’t able to get a reservation elsewhere. We had to take one of the double spots (of which there are too many) bc nothing else was available. The place was full the whole time we were there. All sites are beautiful. Nice…
It’s best in the spring and fall. It’s nice and quiet and the spots are not too close to each other. Staff is nice and grounds are clean.