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Nice overnight stay. More than a few full timers. Most likely high season spring-summer when the water runs.
We had booked a pull thru site and they asked to change our spot because they were having a party that day in that area. I was okay with it until we got there and tried to pull into the spot. We have a 35 foot 5th wheel and they put us on the far end where it was hard to turn. It took a lot of turning and backing up to get into this spot. The spot had a huge concrete barrier so people wouldn't drive up on the sand area. If that wasn't there it would have been easier to get into the spot bit we couldn't go forward anymore. There was also a chain link fence in the way. We camped with others that had smaller 25 foot travel trailers and they got into their spots okay. If you have a big trailer, don't get these spots at the end (L-28). The lady that said we would fit no problem obviously has never tried to park a big trailer there. Bring your own fire pit too. They don't have any.
Only had a one night stay here prior to completing Rae Lakes Loop in King’s Canyon and got a first come first served spot. Parking at this site was crap and space for rent was limited but we were just happy to have scored a spot to rest before our backpack. Bear boxes available for each site. The lake was amazing and loads of families and kids frolicking around. Would love to go back and experience a few days at this lake and a more spacious and carefully chosen campsite.
this has already been written but the map and location are not correct. This campground is very bad. The campground is overrun by a redneck RV community. The bathrooms and showers are gross. No one adheres to COVID social distancing or mask regulations. Most of the campsites are very small, next to a gross stream of water that is stagnant water. Wifi doesn't work. the beach is quite cool and close to Fort Bragg and Mendocino so the location is great. The people suck and i'll never return to a campsite owned by this group. Furthermore, i probably wont go to privately owned sites at all. we have camped at a few dozen state and regional campsite which were all better experiences.
We stayed over here one night during the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Our site (#54) was next to the water spigot for our loop, which was super convenient, however, it had zero shade cover and was very hot and dusty (again it was the first week of July).
Another issue (especially in the time of COVID) was that our site was within 10' of the other campsite. It was so close that when I was in my tent I was within 6' of the other campers' car. It was not ideal.
That being said, this was by far the quietest campground I've ever stayed in. Despite it being so full for the holiday weekend, you could hear the birds singing and the wind blowing through the trees. It was remarkable!
Additionally, there was a lovely walk down to the lake, the rangers were all super helpful, and this was a great location for us to be able to run to the nearby Hume Lake Christian Camp store for supplies or gas as needed.