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    Dorst Campground

    Seven-and-a-half miles northwest of Lodgepole Visitor Center, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA
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    Reviewed 30 June 2016

    We camped at Dorst Creek for several nights in June. We loved the location as it was centrally located within Sequoia National Park and conveniently close to Kings Canyon. About 20 minutes to the General Sherman Tree, a bit further to the Giant Forest Museum....More

    1  Thank vacationgirl07
    Reviewed 27 June 2016 via mobile

    I'll start with the good. The park is amazing. Even if you're not a nature nut you can still appreciate these gorgeous views and magnificent trees. There's tons of wildlife in the park as well. We seen many mule deer, marmot and, get ready for...More

    3  Thank happyfamilytraveling
    Reviewed 26 June 2016 via mobile

    After camping on the river in Yosemite, our next stop was this place, so keep in mind we had been a bit spoiled. This park is very underfunded. Quiet hours were not respected by several nearby patrons, the spots were small and in many places...More

    1  Thank OBXerNc
    Reviewed 21 June 2016

    We lucked out - on a whim I called inquiring about any last minute campgrounds open at Sequoia about 3 weeks from when I called. There was ONE campground open at Dorst Creek. The campground itself is nice - clean, family friendly, nice flushing toilets....More

    1  Thank Emily G
    Reviewed 19 September 2015

    Dorst Creek, it is named, is maybe 15 minute drive north of the main village where lodgepole campground is situated. At the end of August, not exactly the start of low season, yet this really large and well-spaced campground was very empty, partly I think...More

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    Jane M
    7 June 2017|
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    Response from EarthSpinner |
    It's not one per site but shared among multiple sites. Usually not too far, though. Some campground will say to dispose in a drain usually next to the bathroom but unless stated, I think it's OK to dispose into the ground as... More
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    Michelle C
    3 June 2017|
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    If you look at the booking page, it will say no tents. So technically, no. How strong the enforcement is, I have no idea.
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    "Sites in the 99 to 127 were very peaceful"
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    "warm cloths for the night...it's very cold even in summer"
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    "Very cold at night even during July, bring warm clothes/sleeping bag to sleep in."
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