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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California
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Pull through sites made setting up super easy. Place was quite and clean. Not much for extra activities on site, but they did have a clubhouse. Great spot to stop if you are headed to Sequoia National Park. I would stay here again.
From Google November 2021, “I stayed here for about 6 months while working for the USFS across the street. Carlos and Luz, the hosts, really make this place feel like home, such authentic and kind people. I am grateful to have found this place. It's very quiet and safe, neighbors are friendly and…
Good sized camp site with plenty of large trees to hang a hammock. I would still recommend bringing your own shade in case your site doesn't have enough coverage. Clean bathrooms (flush toilet) and an outside sink for dishes. Bear lockers are provided.
A short walk around the campsite and you…
Like most NPS and forest campgrounds lately, you drive all this way and run into orange ROAD CLOSED signs. Come on guys why is every campground in USA closed lately.
Anyway, although Dyrt doesn’t show it (adding it now), if you keep driving less than a mile over the next bridge you’ll find some…
Andrew was a great host and was very hospitable! It was very close to the entrance of the NP. The view from the property was amazing and the bathrooms were very clean. Overal we enjoyed our stay here and would definitely come back!
My fiancé and I stumbled on the campsite because Sequoia NP is temporarily closed due to the fires.
The pictures shown don’t portray the site. There aren’t Sequoias at the actual site.
This campsite is accessible from South Fork Rd, which you do not have to enter the park to get into but the…
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I checked this place out on my way back from Mammoth. Cool, remote location, over 9000ft. Small campground so if I went in the summer I'm sure it would be quite busy (I went in october). Sites are pretty close together. Nice location to multiple hiking trails. If cell signal is an issue this…
We arrived Fourth of July weekend and the drive down to the campground is absolutely stunning! We stayed at site 120 which was very spacious and partially shaded. The river was a lot lower than I have seen the past few times I have been here 4 years ago. Therefore there was a lot of people playing…
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So we were typically boondockers but when the recent forest closures took effect we felt like nowhere to go. Luckily, Sequoia and Kings NP is open. So drove there from San Diego. It was a 6 hour drive. We went to the cisitors center per park rangers advice to get a decent phone signal and we were…
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This campground sits above 9000 ft and you can drive there, park your car next to your site. It is a great basecamp for day hikes up into to higher altitude. There are multiple lakes a short hike away and waterfalls on 3 sides, its a beautiful place with peaks souring towards 14,000 ft.
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First spot in the park. Wonderful swimming hole. Easy to access and quaint site. Trails and nearby restaurants.
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.
This campground is sort if basic. It is very close to town as its the first campground in the Sequoia Park. The swimming hole is unmatched, complete with rope swing. Very accessible and even bear sightings. Trails and lots of shade.
A party place in mid august. Lots of louder groups that were up late into the night.
Site 84 was technically approved for a trailer over 10 feet, but a serious squeeze to get our trailer and explorer to fit within the lines.
Some restrooms were closed, and the open ones were very crowded at…
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My family stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. We have a 32 foot travel trailer. During peak months, reservations were required (opens one month in advance). There's a threaded water spigot attached to the bathroom toward the front of the campground. The others weren't threaded for a hose. It…