Regina P.
Fresno, CA
Joined May 2018
Lake side camping

The lake is very full now till July 4th. Great boating, and jet ski area. Swimming areas ok. Also day use. Only one trail.

Great Creek Camping

The Campsites are far enough apart to feel like you are all alone in the woods! The Kaiser Creek provides hours of fun for the kids and you are close enough to trail heads for the adveture seekers in your group. You can plan a great group camp with some sites close together.

Good site for fishing

The Forebay is stocked every year several times with fish. Campsites are on both sides there is a pit style toliet.

Camping by the San Joquin River

Camped here twice, pros camp right on the river, playground for kids, trail to the fish hatchery.

cons not enough trash cans, summer can be very hot but it cools off at night,

Best one lane road trip, views of the sierra mountains.

Hiking, fishing, swimming, hot springs. All you could ask for. A week made for memories.

Gem in the wilderness

This is our go to place for our yearly camp out . It has a spot for everyone from tent camping to cabins.

Huntington Lake

We stayed in a group site and a lake site, this was pretty quite considering how many campsites. Everything is close the bathrooms are always clean, and the hosts were very nice.

The Bull Buck Tree

This a great campsite with a creek the kids can play in. The trail to Bull Buck is for all ages. This tree is a must see and a local wedding venue!