19 Parks near Lemon Cove, California
Jun 2016 - $48.00
This park is clean. Friendly personal. Clean swimming pool. - Concept
May 2016 - $35.00
The park is undergoing a massive improvement and shows the positive signs of the work completed. I think there are new owners who are putting a concentrated effort into improving it. I could level by moving around a bit on the site, and there's new gravel on the roads and sites. It's not too far into the foothills so you are not encountering large hills on your trip. One drawback is the sites are N0rth-South so the afternoon sun was fairly intense. New power pedastels with no power issues at all. Reasonable Verizon wireless signal for our hot spot. - cherib
Jul 2013 - $31.00
This campground really needs updating. We did have an electric issue that was addressed within an hour and fixed. There is very poor cell and Verizon internet signal. The roads are dirt as are the spots. As for the long termers most of them are off to the side of the campground and most don't have lots of junk laying around. This campground could be a very nice place with some major improvements. The couple that own it were very nice and friendly. This campground is convenient to Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park and a moderate drive to Yosemite National Park. This park is quiet which is very important to us. We would stay here again if in this area. - Bandit23
Apr 2008 - $28.00
Many long term residents with junk piled around their sites but some sites were very well kept, grass tended to, small fences and those folks were nice. Others were not even given to say hello. The owner gave the appearance she wished no one would bother her. The price was a little high considering no TV or Internet service. The park was too far from Sequoia & King Canyon National parks. We had paid for 3 days and left in 2. I was not comfortable in this park and would not go back. - Ted Morgen
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Stayed in a 38 foot Class A RV. This campground is really not designed for large coaches. The grade coming into the campground was around 8% and tight turns to get to our site. There is a clean dump station area but we felt too hard for us to use as it is at top of hill but due to our length we were apprehensive to safely get in and out. Very clean and beautiful area in March. Hot shower in Women's side but Men's side had no hot water. - Scooterd16
Jul 2014 - $12.00
We took a road trip this summer for our family vacation and left the camper behind, opting for tents in the mountain air. We loved the Sequoia Forest and cannot wait to return soon. The bear boxes kept food safe and we enjoyed so many day hikes up to the surrounding lakes - absolutely stunning. - PeachyCreative
May 2009 - $14.00
Absolutely lovely campground, great lake views. Crowded at weekends - can be hard to find a good site. Some sites sloping. Operated by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It can be reserved through ReserveAmerica. - IanS
Apr 2015 - $38.00
Very nice park close to Sequoia. Some sites are pretty close, other have plenty of room. Very pretty river views from some sites. Very helpful staff. We would stay here again. Not much to chose from in the area but best in the area. - Linda Allan
Mar 2014 - $38.00
The location of this park is excellent if you want an RV park with full hookups that is a reasonable distance to Sequoia. Our's was a pull-in site facing forward towards the river, which was really nice. That was about the only thing nice about this park. The WiFi almost worked. We had to go near the office to get a signal that would stick. The restrooms really need updating. They were sort-of clean but not very well. I didn't use the showers but they were coin op. The toilet stalls were too small and the toilet took up most of the space, leaving very little room to move. Fortunately the doors opened out so you could leave the door open until you got seated. It was early in the season and most of the tent sites were empty but it looked like the trash was not cleaned out of the fire pits from last season. The laundry facility was OK with stack able washer and dryer with decent capacity. The wash and dry cost was higher than many other places. I'm not sure if I would stay there again. The value just wasn't right. - sprinter55
Sep 2013 - $46.00
Tiny, tiny sinks in the bathroom. No towels in restroom. Tiny, pay showers with very poor water pressure. Wi-Fi did not work. - LTV camper
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Wonderful campground. Our site was by the river and we had plenty of privacy. The bathroom is not convenient and the showers were pay showers which is inconvenient. The hosts were very friendly and this park is located close to three rivers. We would definitely camp here again. Sites are shady and spacious. - Brian11
Jun 2016 - $42.00
Park right on the river and the g-kids enjoyed swimming. Used as a base camp for visiting Sequoia and Kings Canyon NP. Not much else to do in the area as Three Rivers is a very small town. Would stay again if in the area. - dls46
Jun 2016 - $40.00
We chose to stay at Sequoia RV Ranch, as it was close to Sequoia National Park. Reservation process was easy, and the web site made a point of giving good directions to the park. (Always appreciate any extra details on finding the park.)
Check in location was easy to find, and check-in went fine.
We had requested a pull thru, as we have a longer 5th wheel, and we knew in advance that the site we requested only had 30 amp service. The site was easy to pull into. When we checked in, we were advised that there was an issue with the water, and they suggested we boil any drinking water. Since we always carry extra drinking water with us, it wasn't an issue. But if we were there for a longer stay, we probably would have needed more drinking water.
Site was fairly level, 30 amp service was consistent. The site we had did not have sewer, but there was a dump station.
The bathroom facilities were ok, nothing special, more bare bones than many parks we have stayed at, and the showers required quarters. The downside of the bathrooms is that they are nestled in between a section that is full of permanent mobile park residents, not RV residents. Felt a little strange to me.
The special feature of the Ranch, is that it is next to a creek, they called the swimming hole. Easy flowing stream, not too deep, perfect for an afternoon dip on a hot sunny day. We took advantage of it on several hot days.
Used the laundry facility while we were there, only 2 washers and dryers. Again, bare-bones.
They did offer wi-fi, but it didn't work very well. We did get good reception on our ATT phone.
Since our main objective was to be close to the National Park, it met our goals. But if we were in the area again, we would probably check out additional options. - KTorline
May 2016 - $40.00
Location is the best thing about this park. About 3 miles from Sequoia National Park, and on the Kaweah river, above the lake. They have WiFi, but it's only at the office. Cable gets a poor reception. Sites are deep, but very close together. Laundry has only 1 washer and dryer. There is a concrete patio, but it's small. - ta96silver
Jun 2015 - $44.00
I found this place on the Internet and decided to take a chance on it. The National Park frowns on RVs larger than 25' so my 30 footer would be a problem in the park. We used a second vehicle for the parks. Parking the RV was pretty easy, the host was awesome, and the amenities worked as advertised. And it was inexpensive compared to other places. I will admit it was a bit rustic but everything worked. If I'm ever in that neighborhood again, I would most definitely stay at Three Rivers Hideaway! Very recommended... - Anctmariner17
Jun 2015 - $39.00
We stayed here for 4 nights as our base for exploring Sequoia and Kings Canyon NPs. Less than 4 miles to the entrance to Sequoia. Older campground with some full time residents. Sites were narrow. Only 30 amp was available. Road to sites was steep and narrow. Laundry was one washer and dryer, did not use so do not know the cost. Got good reception for Dish and AT&T. Further down the driveway, past the tent sites, was a small beach on the river with access only for those staying at the park. - SoonerMom
Oct 2015 - $11.00
We were in a 24' class C. We stayed here knowing that we would not be able to take it beyond this point on the General's Highway, but hadn't done any dry camping with the unit and wanted to try it here for 1 night. The road coming in is extremely winding. This campground is in the Sierra foothills and not in the big trees. For that you need to go to one of the other campgrounds and enter the park from the north. Those campgrounds had been closed when were there or not available for advanced reservations. There was no way to get the unit level due to the slope. In fact, we didn't see any sites that were even close to level. Overall it was fine, but don't think we'll be back. - Tvl Junky
Jun 2014 - $15.00
If you have a rig that is 25plus feet don't go to this campground. Also if you go be sure to takes lots of leveling equipment. Our site was a pull thru paved but we have to jack the trailer up on one side about eight inches! We watched class c come into back up sites and could not get level. Fifth wheels were hitting the trees as they came through the campground. Otherwise the campground was very nice and clean. We did enjoy our stay there though. - mivo49
Sep 2011 - $9.00
This is a beautiful campground set amid oaks, California buckeyes, manzanitas and other lovely trees and shrubs. Our site, #22, was a back-in site which was large, spacious, fairly level and nestled in its own little grove of oaks. There are flush toilets and running water in the campground, but no showers. The dump station is across the road where there is also a potable water source for filling your fresh water tanks. Use of the bear storage boxes is strictly enforced. This campground makes a great base for exploring Sequoia National Park. Our fee reflects the fact that we have a Golden Age Pass. The regular nightly fee is $18. I would not recommend this campground to anyone with a big rig due to the narrow winding roads both in the campground itself and into the park from Three Rivers, but for anyone in a smaller rig or tent camping, it's a gem! - BruceandKathyWA
Jul 2016 - $36.00
We stayed at this park for its proximity to the National Parks. It is located in a quiet neighborhood, within walking distance to several restaurants. Our site was a large concrete pad, long enough to accommodate our 45 ft motorhome. Ample space on each side for slide outs. Sewer hookup is located at the back of the site, necessitating a long hose. Wi-fi was free, but slow. Verizon signal not great, but adequate. Office staff were friendly. Nice looking swimming pool,though we didn't use it. We would definitely stay here again. - WGlengrl
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Very nice lady checked us in. Free wifi for all three of our devices and worked very well.
Lots of spaces for RV's that at one time were filled with Mobile homes.
Some older Mobile homes but are kept clean and everyone was friendly. Felt very safe here too!
We used this place as a base camp to see Sequoia and Kings Canyon National parks.
Would defiantly stay again! We stayed in a 34' motorhome with tow. All back-in sites. - 3TexasRats
Feb 2016 - $36.00
We stayed at this park as location to visit Sequoia NP as there were no other choices closer this time of the year. The staff was very friendly. The streets are all black top and the sites are concrete. The streets are narrow making it a bit of a challenge getting larger RV's around corners and onto the sites. It wasn't a large issue, but did require moving slowly and carefully. There is some grass between sites making them adequate size and spacing between sites. The park is quite old with most sites occupied by either monthly or long term renters. Most of the long term trailers are old and not in the best of shape. There were a few sites that were empty, but not well kept for some unknown reason. An off thing I noticed was that they were supposed to have 50 amp service, but the site we were on only had 40 amp breakers. - Phaeton_Owner
Aug 2015 - $35.00
First, getting here is an adventure, closer to the nightmare side, CA Rt 245 is a VERY narrow VERY winding back road, luckily we met only one car, but with our 29' class C & toad,we had no major problem getting here or leaving, other than the white knuckles. This campground only has about 6 dirt sites side by side, with no separation, they are all full hookups and fairly level, and while there are some trees, there is very little shade at certain times of day.
The owners are extremely friendly & helpful, while there is no laundry facility, the owner let us use her private machines for free.
This is the closest campground to Sequoia National Park, with full hookups. It is very quiet and peaceful.
There are no picnic tables or fire rings at each site, but there is a sort of "community" area with tables and a grill. All in all, would probably stay here again. - bukhrn
Apr 2015 - $32.00
OMG, once we arrived we loved this park, but getting there was a bit scary. Depending upon the direction you're traveling, you have to travel on a narrow road (CA-245) with very tight curves for the last 10 or 20 miles before reaching the park. We were heading north from Visalia, so had the 20 mile trek up the mountain to the park. When we left the park, we continued north for the 10 mile trek, but the car was driven separately as a lead car to alert the driver of the motor home if another vehicle was approaching. It was a mistake not to unhook the car going up the mountain, but once we had started up we didn't find a spot where we felt safe stopping to unhook the car. Fortunately, there wasn't much traffic on the road the day we went to the park or the day we left the park. Having the lead car was much less stressful and safer than towing. The main entrance gate to the park is 12' tall, but there is another entrance for taller vehicles, which I believe was 20'. The manager of the park was super friendly and offered information about the area at check-in. The park, with an interesting history, is located on 377 acres of Sierra mountain foothill property. There are hiking/biking trails and bicycles are offered for the use of guests. It was a great property for letting our dog run off leash, and we loved the quietness of the park. There are 6 back-in RV sites with 30 amp power, water and sewer, as well as several cottages for rent. There is a shower/restroom facility, but we didn't use it. There is a laundry room, free of charge. Next to the RV sites is a group picnic area with a barbeque and horseshoes. There is a small store that has snacks, drinks and Sequoia Resort t-shirts. For smaller rigs, we would definitely recommend this park, but due to the road leading there, we would NOT recommend this park for what we consider a "big rig." - Guinness
Nov 2014 - $35.00
This was a great little find. The property is extremely large and beautiful. It is comprised of several houses far away from the RV spaces. The park is about 30-45 minutes from the Kings Canyon Visitors center. They have a great little fishing pond where we had some pretty good luck. There was a little shop which provided free WiFi, phone (cell service works but is weak there) and free loaner DVDs. The owners are beyond friendly and helpful. There are cats and toys which kept my child occupied and happy. We were quite delighted and would stay again in a second. Make sure you ask about the creepy but pretty cool history of the park. It made the stay a bit more intriguing. - Ugly SAM