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Great Stay!

At first, we thought it was a tad pricey but after you realize what all you’re paying for ya wonderful!

We had an RV, two cars. and a tent and they allowed us to use one spot, for $30 a night! Which is pretty rare!

SUPER fast wifi(if that’s your thing, we were here for a little under two weeks, so it was nice!), electric hookups, picnic table and fire pit! AMAZING bathrooms and coin showers as well as coin laundry!

The ADORABLE town of Ojai is a quick 5 min drive up the road with anything you could ever want! The camp host is an amazing older guy, who’s incredibly friendly and takes pride in this campground!

They lock the gates at night (you can still get in and out!) so you feel safe, they allow pets, and even though it’s buy a road you don’t hear any noise at night!

Perk (or maybe not a perk if you’re not into it), it’s one of the most haunted campgrounds in the US!


This campground is absolutely breathtaking. If you’re looking to stay in the Redwoods, this is the place to be.

Great prices, clean bathrooms, nice picnic table and fire pit!

You’ll be surrounded by redwoods and there’s a magical rainforest vibe of you venture into the forests!

B E A U T I F U L Campground

Out of the 50+ campgrounds I’ve stayed in within the last year, this one still takes the cake.

Though, keep in mind it’s dry camping with a pit toilet (very clean though!), the price is perfect.

You’re about a 10 min drive to the entrance of Joshua Tree and it’s VERY cheap per night.

The night sky is breathtaking and the view when you wake up is even better!

Lovely Spot!

We had originally planned on camping in a free spot for the week we stayed in Kong’s Canyon, but due to the snow we weren’t able to get to them and this was the only spot that had tent sites open!

A very well taken care of campsite, with nice fire pits, picnic tables and bear lockers at all sites! Surrounded by Sequoia Trees - it can’t get much better!

The bathrooms are clean, potable water available, a nice convent store right up the road and wonderful park rangers patrolling!

Nice spot with a beautiful drive to the Giant Forest!

Sequoia National Park is easily my favorite place in tbe US, with wonderful options for camping all around. After some last min changes, we had to resort to this campsite as we were running out of light.

Decent prices for being inside a National Park, though nowhere to buy firewood unless you leave the park! clean bathrooms and a nice variety of different campsites with nice paved places to park!

A favorite of mine!

I’ve stayed at this campground two different times almost a year apart and both times the experience has been phenominal! Clean bathrooms and showers, nice laundry and the pool is a nice plus!