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We camped here because it was too late in the day to summit Donahue Pass. Plenty of water! Plan well for water crossing. Impeccable views!!
We still talk about this backpacking camp often. The views are amazing!! So worth the hike in! Pack a trowel…
aka Curry Village
My daughters and I have now stayed in both the canvas tent/cabin and a hard-sided cabin. Both provide comfortable beds with sheets and a warm blanket on each. (If you like fluffy pillows, bring one from home.)
We stayed in the heated tent/cabin during a major snowfall and…
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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.
I love going there when I was younger
Busy lake with lots of people. Rented boat for the day around $500 and had a blast. Was pretty hot and lots of bugs at site. All and all very nice and will be going back.
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Great place clean restrooms and next to the river
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Fairly close to Kings canyon NP. Campsites are a bit close to other campers/RVers, but overall, a nice site.
Very impressed by the Princess grounds. Restrooms were well maintained, the camp host were friendly and informative. I was hesitant to go camping, being that the last time I camped (7+) years ago I had a very bad experience. But I have to say this campground definitely changed my perspective. Lake…
This place was awesome. Only a 15 min hike to the lake and a 30 min drive into Yosemite. We spent the weekend in site 126 it was a level site with limited shade and full hookups. Bingo night was awesome and the staff was very friendly. Would highly recommend
Great Experience! I have been coming here every year, so far. This time around I was fortunate enough to see a Buck, multiple Doe, and a Bear. They get extremely close, and roam around your campsite so keep food and scented items in your Bear Box and you won’t have trouble. Keep your distance and…
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Camped here a few times years ago. The creek is cold, but the rock formations create natural pools great for swimming. It a popular spot and fills up fast.
After dispersed camping, we looked forward to full service. The sites are narrow and not very deep. They seem to only have a couple of pull throughs for over 38 ft rigs. They only offer 30 amp and don’t want you to use A/C and at $45, that seems odd. They do not offer much beyond what the USFS…
Loved the resort will be back again in a Month
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Rangers were very nice, it was clean and they have pretty good showers. We were very late to check-in but had no problems getting in. One of the boat launch ramps was right there in the camp ground and the other was really close at lake view. Water was really low but still had a blast on my kayak…