minutes walk form many trail heads and beautiful views. also close to a small store. some of the sites are VERY close together so choose wisely! all the ameneties are easy to access.
walk in. no reservations. we ended up sharing a site with some awesome folks. great hikes straight out of the campsite. bathrooms and water available.
outstanding. was there in late january. first come first serve so get there early! bathrooms but no water access and the main entrance is about 45 drive, so come prepared. great access to climbing walking distance or short drive. stunning rock formations and sunrise/sunsets.
an easy/moderate short hike in (mile or so) from the parking lot. NOT car camping. beautiful trees and views. trails take you to the shore or around point reyes. would not reccemend the fire road trail. it was crazy overgrown with poison oak . Picnic table but no fires.
great park for day hikes, but drive up early or there will be 0 parking. if you are camping in summer bring a shade structure just in case you land a site in sunlight. some on the spots right along the road looked really small and cramped so choose wisely! great amenities- water, restrooms, store, pool. fire restrictions are strict in summer as well starting around june.
super close and accessable to Mammoth (5min walk to the main road, 30min walk/5 min drive to the brewery). clean bathrooms, lots of water spouts close by. shady trees to camp under and put up hammocks and slack lines. you can hear street traffic at night. the sites in the mid 20s to upper 30s are right along a fence next to a residental area, that was a little wierd. overall decent place to stay. lots of cell service.