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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks , CALIFORNIA

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Most Recent Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Camping Reviews
Beautiful setting in the mountains

Quiet, peaceful and great accomodations for your camping needs. Wether it be RV or tent camping. Walking distance to the lake

Not private but wonderful central location

Perfectly situated near all the best trailheads. No privacy at this campground. Lots of loud families. Walking distance to the store with firewood and ice. Creek runs through it and lots of big trees nearby.

Great secluded spot off the forest road

Found this spot when the one I had intended to go to up the road was closed due to fires. Definitely would say you need a Jeep/4wd because the albeit short ride was very uneven, though easily managed given how short (almost like a driveway) it was. Make sure you get a permit for any fires, including propane stoves. No service with T-Mobile or any other amenities to speak of.  Enough space for ~3 tents if with a group.

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 nature.

Close to Mt Whitney and Alabama Hills

Great campground first come first serve and cheep. Awesome views of Mt. Whitney. Close to Alabama Hills and Mt. Whitney, Lone Pine is a cute little town as well. Pit toilets available and water available seasonally, RV dump station for extra $, and there are dumpster. Easy access with any kind of vehicle.

Meh.....

I’ll start with the positive. The staff was incredibly nice and the sites were level left to right. The park is a couple swings in a sand pit, there seems to be a lot of permanent residents, the water supply in each site is topped with a sprinkler to water the grass in the sites. We stayed 2 nights, and by the looks of everyone around us, we stayed a night longer than they did. If you need a place to sleep overnight this is fine, but that’s about max I would suggest.

Needs help

Lower Greys Campground Has lots of potential but needs help.  Porta potties, Trash cans overflowing, and the water pipes don't work. Not to mention that the stinging nettle throughout the campground is over growing.

This camp ground was amazing!

My family and I stayed at Lemon Cove Village over the weekend and had the most amazing time! The camp ground was clean and well kept. They had a really nice dog park. Management was super helpful. We can't wait to go back again soon!

Great time!

The campground was nice, quiet. There was a nice stream you could fish with some trout. There are a couple big boulders the kids can climb on and around. Clean restrooms and a easy drive up to Whitney Portal. Would recommend staying.

Sufficient

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.