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27 Reviews of 10 Hub, California Campgrounds

Tammie L.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 20, 2021

Almond Tree oasis

Great stop off if you are heading in San Francisco. Sites are level, just wide enough for Rv with slides and long enough if you are towing a car. Not many shade trees. I got lucky and pick spot 44 which is right across from the pool and showers and best of all a huge shade tree.

Month of VisitAugust
Reviewed Jul. 7, 2021

Love the View

We stayed here last May and was fully mesmerized by the view of the lake and the mountains. Nights were equally gorgeous as we watched all the stars. Will surely plan our next visit here.

Month of VisitJune
Grace M.
Reviewed Jun. 26, 2021

Memorial weekend mayhem

The only reason I’m giving a 1-star is due to our tent site next to the river—which was fun and refreshing especially for the kids. Also the proximity to the national park was very convenient. First of all there are signs at the riverfront campsites for other campers to NOT walk through people…

SiteRiverfront tent site #43
Month of VisitJune
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

River Sites

Great, clean place only 6 miles from Sequoia National Park entrance. This place has sites where you can back up to the river, is clean, has nice dog park area, nice fire pits & courteous staff.

  • Sheba on her way to the river
SiteRiver site, don’t recal site number but they are all good spots.
Month of VisitMay
Aaron M.
Reviewed May. 9, 2021


It's a nice place real nice open large camp area pretty cool nice trail to a bridge overlooking the San Joaquin River gorge I really enjoyed it it's much more fun if you have horses to ride

Month of VisitApril
Jim M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 2, 2021

Lovely spot, but busy grounds and nearby road

We are working out way north through CA and Horse Creek was in a convenient spot. Site very clean and well managed and overall its a pretty spot. Only 2-3 large and dispersed bath rooms. A number of large groups around the site which looks fun but it felt more like an urban park than being in…

  • Sunset on Horse Creek Lake in early May
Month of VisitJune
Harry E.
Reviewed Apr. 23, 2021


Good place to crash if the sequoia campgrounds are full. Good amenities, and friendly staff, but you sacrifice privacy and immediate access to the park’s trails. About 1.5 hours from Giant Forest and Wolverton, but it’s a gorgeous 1.5 hours.

Month of VisitMay
Jennifer O.
Reviewed Apr. 4, 2021

Nice spot near Sequoia

We had a good stay here. It's a smaller campground but met our needs. We ended up camping in a dry site as it had more space and was at the end of the park under some oaks (site 17). The RV sites were close together and the ones not on the river were on a gravel parking lot. There was free wifi…

Erin A.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 31, 2021

Perfect Spot for Sequoia

Stayed 4 nights the first two dry camping in spot 14 in the Oak Grove, nice and spacious with a little deck picnic table and fire pit. The last two nights in spot 26 (pictured) which was spacious on the small river (probably larger later in spring) and full hook up. Pretty mountain views from both…

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JThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 27, 2020

Pretty, Simple, and Comfortable

Visited right before Christmas and so we were treated to chilly temperatures and a relatively empty park. As a result, the experience was quiet and relaxing with a soundtrack dominated by the creek right outside our site. Location is perfect as a launch point for trips into Sequoia NP!

Bryan W.
Reviewed Dec. 27, 2020

Everything you need

This was our first RV trip. We didn't have high expectations as we didn't know what we were getting into (other than going with friends). This place was great. It was quiet, off the beaten path, camp sites were spaced out enough that you weren't right on top of your neighbors and close enough that…

Reviewed Dec. 11, 2020

Great location, good spots

This is a great location halfway between northern and southern California along I5. Clean and not too busy so we were nicely spaced out.

It being in the middle of nowhere, there is nothing to walk or bike to, but the town is about 10 miles inland.

Manny R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 1, 2020

Didn't camp here-fee area

Didn't camp here just visited. The view is amazing if you like looking up at mountains. I noticed two campgrounds in the area. Both fee areas One is a campground trailhead The parking lot was completely full.

Meg R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 20, 2020

A true oasis

My job in agriculture brought me to the area to visit farms nearby. I was glad to find the Almond Tree, which turned out to be a perfect base camp for the week. It is truly a little oasis in a vast agricultural landscape without many lodging options or attractions. And my Dyrt PRO membership…

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Amy S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 1, 2020


Great spot to get away. We had 2 families with 4 kids under 5 years old. They rode bikes, played in the river and ran around until they crashed every night. We ventured out to Sequoia National Park only a few miles away, the views were amazing, and there was so much to do. Picturesque, serene…

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