Date of Stay: July, 2016
There are no campgrounds with hook ups at Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks. This campground has good management that is fixing the place up. Full 50amp sites, great WIFI and attentive management. Yes, there are permanents here, but there were no problems at this park. Right on the highway leading to Kings Canyon. Give them a try. There is no rain here so the grass is dead, but not a problem. Sites are huge and there are some shade trees. Unless you want to dry camp to see these parks, this is your place.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
Person running place is a rude, hoarder. Should have turned around and walked out of the office! Only space on counter was room to sign forms rest was 'stuff'. Electric 30 amp receptacle was broken. Per woman, her electrician says it is ok. Road had deep potholes. Didn't use restrooms because laundry was dirty and covered with more stuff. Was afraid of what bathroom would look like.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
I have only one comment about this park. It is clean, nice and looks relatively new. There was no shade where they placed us and it was hot! My complaint is that they don't take credit cards and that that fact is not stated in advertisement or when we called. Were we able to move on, we would have. Not that I mind paying cash. I want it disclosed to me!
Date of Stay: August, 2012
Great, responsive, new owners. When there was a problem the owner came out and spoke to all effected campers. This was a very hot time(unusual for them). The place shows that the owners care and are working to make this campground not only good, but great.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Beautiful setting, nice grass, nice lake. However, the road leading to our site was so rutted that everything inside the RV was rearranged while traveling to our site. We were way up on a hill in the back of the campground. Level sites, shaded and quite large and private. However, the water pressure from the pipe was only 16 psi, not even enough to flush the head! We were concerned that they had a leak or a malfunction, so we notified the owner. We got ,"the last rig had no problem." He continued to be defensive. We filled our tanks (very slowly) and used the pump to get pressure. Also note in hot weather, there is a daily surcharge if you use the AC. That was not told to us in advance, nor is it in the book. Just a sign in the office!