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I was in #112 which was a great little site. Not a ton of room for multiple tents though. I unfortunately had a huge group of people that had gotten the sites all around me, and they would literally walk RIGHT through my campsite to...More
Definitely needed the map from the gate to find our campsite, if the gate attendant highlighted the route to the site it would have saved touring the campground, nbd. The campsite was clean and the washrooms were older and in average shape. The fire pit/grate...More
Friends told us to camp in Kings Canyon if visiting Sequoia National Park and I'm glad we heeded their advice. This campground was great and very easy to get in and out of via hiking, bike riding, or driving. The wonderfully stocked general store, visitor's...More
We were in site 4 with a 30 foot 5th wheel. The site is very "open" and not private at all. It is located next to the bathroom. Infact, our site driveway shared the walkway to the ladies' restroom. We were parking our truck next...More
If you love sunsets, you will love this campground. We stayed at site #54 and it was perfect! The sunset was beautiful and the city lights were visible at night. We arrived early in the morning (June 8) and got lucky with this spot. Restrooms...More
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There are always a multitude of hiking options at a park like this, but I found Big Stump Basin just down the road from this campground to be particularly beautiful. The park's nps.gov website can give you detailed info on... More
There are always a multitude of hiking options at a park like this, but I found Big Stump Basin just down the road from this campground to be particularly beautiful. The park's nps.gov website can give you detailed info on hiking as well as a rich resource on how to enhance your trip.
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"112 had nice views, 110 was a steep drop to the tent sites, 114 was nice; all close to water and bathrooms"