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Great campground, nestled beneath the giant granite cliffs. For people with mobility issues, this site is a good walk away from the inner valley trails, fine for anyone else who is up for walking distances, because that is why you came to Yosemite!
FYI: No soap or hand drying items in bathrooms…
We stayed here so we could shuttle to Yosemite. The lodge next door is a pick up spot for shuttles into the park. They have a bar/restaurant and a store which is convenient. The park was nice & shaded, with fire pits at each site. We enjoyed our stay- it was quiet being the off-season. The…
An adequate place to camp with beautiful natural surroundings and ease to get to national forest
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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Family owned. Well maintained, clean. An older park and has full hook ups. Price is very reasonable and a great overnight stop.
I went when everything was closed except this place, so it was crazy crowded. Sites are not well marked, you kinda just make up your own area by the numbers on the trees.
Scott JACKED $140 of $217 Total stay! BE SURE TO READ ALL!! the latest poor reviews on many sights, you will see the patters of poor customer service. 8 of 20 poor reviews on the recent last two yelp pages alone. That's an F anywhere you go!
Had just an amazing time out in Pinecrest. I have been here a couple times before but this was the first time with a travel trailer. On their website it did state there was water hookups unfortunately there was not. Me and the girlfriend rented a boat for half the price as the early bird special…
We tent camped on the river here and really enjoyed our stay. We floated on the river in tubes, visited Nearby Rainbow Pools, went into Yosemite Valley a couple of days, the park is about 5-10 mins from the entrance to Yosemite but we didn’t mind we enjoyed the drive into the valley and used it as…
Super nice I recommend
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
This is my new favorite place to camp. Each site is very large and sheltered with trees in between each site. The campground sits in an aspen grove which was neat. We plan to come back in the fall when the trees start to turn.
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Absolute worst experience ever! Nice lake, but there are other and better places to stay nearby, so skip Annett's if you want to avoid unnecessary aggravation. We paid for two nights with full hookups only to discover that the electric at our site did not work due to faulty ground wire connection.…
Amazing weather and scenery near 3 small lakes full of trout. We left our kayak on Trumbull lake unattended for a week. We felt very safe.
The restrooms are vault, and cleaned twice daily!
Caution, the "drinking" water was yellowish/brown. Probably sourced from the lake nearby. We used it to…
We have a 42’ rig so we decided to dry camp down in the valley and just drive up the dirt road every day to hot springs. Lots of choices toward top but probably under 28’. Cell service was very poor if it all at times. Hot springs are great but often crowded. Early morning - late evening- midday-…