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Review Count: 45
States Visited: 15
Helpful Reviews: 13
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $36.00
We stayed here on the way up to the Sierras, and it's a very good, solid RV park, with a nice amount of space between most of the sites. We like to stay in the back, around space 156. Very clean, level sites with full hookups, and the best view of Mt. Whitney you'll find. We had some mechanical trouble and our trip was delayed and the staff was excellent in working with us, and reserving a space at short notice. We were told that the park was filled that night and we were lucky to get in, however, we saw a lot of empty spaces around. Not sure what was going on with that comment. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
This site is perfect for hikers to use. The Alabama Hills entrance almost across the street. Lone Pine is several miles to the North and Whitney Portal. They can also arrange trips to Cerro Gordo, the private ghost town in the mountains. Many other hiking and outdoor attractions nearby.
Review Count: 22
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $35.00
One-night on way to Yosemite Lakes Thousand Trails. Great office staff, easy check-in. Site was a pull-through and could leave toad hoped up. Campground lost power in the afternoon but was back on within ten minutes. Great view of Mt. Whitney from the campground. Will stay here again if in the area. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 46
States Visited: 24
Helpful Reviews: 11
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $35.00
Nice long pull through sites with no need to unhook toad. Sites are level so minimal leveling is needed. The pool and jacuzzi are clean and nice and very refreshing in summer months. Cable TV minimal but we had a site with good rooftop reception for satellite TV. WiFi was out but we have our own so no problem. We have stayed here before and park is well maintained. Nicest in area. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Close to Mt. Whitney portal and 100 miles to Death Valley.
Review Count: 15
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $48.00
We Stayed here 3 years ago and nothing much has changed including the cloudy pool that we decided not to use. The price of coarse went up some. They also charge for extra people and when I made reservations told them 4 adults coming but one of them canceled and I mentioned that when I checked in they penciled it in but I just realized they still charged me for 4. They still have free muffins juice and coffee in the morning at the clubhouse. This is a good spot for an over night. We stayed in the back so road noise not a problem. The little western theme park is decorated nice with pretty views of surrounding areas. We spent more time around Lone Pine this trip. Must see is nearby Movie Museum even if your not a movie buff this museum is done up really nice. Then go see Alabama Hills Rec area to see where 100's of movies and TV shows were shot. Movie road turnoff is not marked and dirt. But you don't have to go far to get an idea of its surrounding beauty. Also a good starting point if you arrive from the south of town is a beautiful Visitor Center with ample parking at the junction 395 and 136 to Death Valley. Here I also learned that what I always thought the tallest looking mountain was not Mt. Whitney was actually barely visible from the road or much further back making it appear smaller. The whole area of Owens Valley geology is fascinating this center tells all about it with lots of good books to choose from. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 24
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: June, 2016 - $38.00
First time here, we'll be back. Very customer service oriented, easy reservations and check in. Loved the HUGE, clean, part-shady dog run. (Wow, thanks!) Sites are large and nice with picnic tables, fire pits, and trees for shade. It is not overly fancy, but we really were surprised how much we enjoyed it. We were on the side opposite why 395, and never heard the highway at all. Very friendly campers as we walked around, great atmosphere. Nice club house for group events which we'd like to to in the future with our jeep club. Hardest part is picking a good time of year as it can be VERY cold or VERY hot in Lone Pine. Glad we found this campground. Wish their wifi worked better, and also electric was little iffy at times, but we have a box we hook up the power goes through so we were fine. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Drove around Alabama Hills, Manzanar did some Jeeping, visited Ancient Bristle Cone Park (allow full day to really explore), and the movie museum.
Review Count: 4
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $38.00
We stayed for week. We've stayed here several times.
Easy in and out, very clean and well maintained. Good service staff, and nice store - with books for the area as well as other items. Large dog run.
Best WiFi of any park we've stayed at. TV signal, meh. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Explore the Alabama Hills (free), go to the the Museum of Western Film ($5), and eat a great dinner at Seasons restaurant ($30+ per).
Review Count: 73
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 5
Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $38.00
We stopped for an overnight stay on our way north. Excellent pull through site. Did not have to unhook the toad, although our coach and toad barely fit in the site we were assigned. The trees are starting to get a bit big and encroaching on the sites and roads but really not a problem yet. A decent place for a night or more. Will definitely choose Boulder Creek again when we go up CA 395. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 42
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 12
Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $39.00
The park is nice, clean and convenient. The sites are mostly pull through and easy in and out. Roads are paved and sites are gravel. Our site is level but have seen a few of the shorter ones closer to the highway which are not so I can understand the comments by other reviewers. There does seem to be some variation in site length too. The owners have planted lots of trees which is very nice but we did have to snip a little before putting out one of the slides. The office staff is friendly and the park offers three cabins for rent. The tent sites are, for once, close to the restrooms. Verizon phone works well and Verizon internet is 4g. We would happily stay here again. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
The only grocery store in town has limited offerings so not the ideal place to stock up. If you are a wine drinker, it too is limited and expensive.
Review Count: 122
States Visited: 32
Helpful Reviews: 10
Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $38.00
This is an excellent RV Park with well-maintained facilities. The sites are long, roomy and generally quite level. We had no problems with any of the utilities. We initially had problems with the wifi when it went completely off-line. But the staff got the contractor on site the same day and the problem was fixed. We were there for a week and there was lots of maintenance going on every day. They obviously take good care of this place. It's quiet, the facilities are in top condition and it's a beautiful area. If you want to stay in Lone Pine, this is the place. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 13
States Visited: 4
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: March, 2016 - $35.00
Much has already been said about this park, and I concur with much of it. It's a beautiful park, immaculately maintained and easy to navigate. The customer service is exemplary, the general store is well-stocked and the pool and club house are very inviting.
One reviewer mentioned something about being packed in like sardines and tripping over stuff to get out his front door. I walked the entire park and couldn't find ANY site that was this small... even the tent sites were spacious enough to park a car in next to or in front of the tent. Our site could have easily fit two of my rigs side by side, it was that wide and 70' long... as were all the pull-thru's.
The sites are compacted sand and gravel, fairly level with just a couple tweaks of our jacks. Pretty strong WiFi and good cell signal. The 50 amp power was clean and rock solid; the water pressure was good and the water itself tasted ok. There's zero antenna reception, as expected, but they do have cable - I didn't use it so I can't describe the quality. This park is easily #1 0r #2 our Top 5 list. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 98
States Visited: 14
Helpful Reviews: 11
Date of Stay: March, 2016 - $37.00
We stayed here for over two weeks. It was quite lovely. The park is a mixture of tents and RV's although being winter there were few tenters. The staff was very helpful. At one point a small dog got loose and made its way to the freeway. We called the office and they sent someone with dog treats to help corral it. The wifi was as good as we have seen anywhere. Views were stunning. Sites level and access was fairly easy. The road noise did not bother us. Would have rated it a 10 except there did not seem to be adequate communication between the staff. There were some electrical issues while we were there and seems the folks fixing the electrical problems, front office and the on site maintenance man were not always on the same page with information. That being said the problem was resolved and we are most definitely planning on staying again. We did not use the pool or spa, but they looked nice as well. Can imagine reservations are a must during the summer when it is at full capacity. It filled up most every night during the winter. Not much else in the area that will comfortably accommodate larger rigs. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Death Valley is a drive but close enough to visit. The Alabama Hills, just out of Lone Pine are very interesting and a much see if in the area. Manzanar is also close by. So much to see and do and the restaurants are decent, too as 395 is a corridor from Southern California to Mammoth.
Review Count: 84
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: February, 2016 - $38.00
Pleasant spot in boondocks. Spacious site, but all sites are on a slope and require some leveling. Will stay here again if in the area. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 3
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: February, 2016 - $35.00
We've stayed at this park many times. They're friendly and offer coffee in the clubhouse in the a.m. There's WiFi but we rarely actually use it. It super clean and quiet. It's got a very large dog park with gravel. We love the full hookups. We love it here!! We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
There's a little market on site in case you forget anything.
Review Count: 260
States Visited: 42
Helpful Reviews: 29
Date of Stay: November, 2015 - $36.00
Direct access to and from US395. Interior roads are asphalt, lots of room, most of the sites in lower CG are drive-thru. Sites are gravel & sand, separated by rocks. W/S/E 30/50A, CTV 24 channels, free Wi-Fi but our Jet Pak worked great here. Some shade trees, store, and on site propane. We did not use the CG restrooms/showers, or the laundry. Staff was friendly and helpful, good information about local things to see and do. This CG has street lights and fire hydrants. Although CG is next to US395 noise was not an issue. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring/BBQ. Staff doesn't stack campers on top of each other, leave room between occupied sites for a little privacy. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Alabama Hills Café has great breakfast/lunch, maps of the Alabama Hills approach to Mount Whitney. Pizza Factory was okay. Must visit the Manzanar Historical Site just west of US395 between Independence and Lone Pine. Alabama Hills old movie and TV series locations all over the place...including Star Trek, Star Wars, Iron Man, Lone Ranger, John Wayne flicks. AND, the Lone Pine Theatre Historic feature in town.
Review Count: 76
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 8
Date of Stay: November, 2015 - $36.00
This is a really nice campground. The sites have trees and shrubs that make it feel more home like. The views of the mountains are excellent. There was a lot of dust from the surrounding desert due to extremely high winds which the campground can't control. The sites are level and provide lots of room for privacy. They also provide free coffee and muffins every morning which is a nice touch. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
The Manzanar National Park is well worth the visit. Allow enough time to go through all the exhibits though.
Check out the Alabama Hills - won't regret it.Andy/Patty • February 2015
The town of Lone Pine eat at Seasons for dinner and Alabama Hills Cafe for Breakfast. The area was used for many old western movies and worthwhile. Mt Whitney is breathtaking and easy drive. Alabama Hills are very interesting rock formations. We went to Death Valley. So Highest peak in USA to Bad Water the lowest point in USA 1 day apart. About 2 HR drive to mammoth Lakes also very beautiful.MW91301 • April 2015
Easy drive up Whitney Portal Road and into Alabama Hills for fantastic valley/mountain views. Definitely visit Manzanar, the WWII Japanese internment camp. Expect to spend several hours. Museum and self-driving tour. Staff gave dining suggestions, and as we wanted steak, went to Season's. Both our meals were excellent.SueBea • May 2015
Explore, a lot history in this small town.Semiretired • May 2015
Alabama Hills are definitely worth seeing. Location for hundreds of old western moviesirvirv • May 2015
There are some sites with concrete patios. We did not get one because we did not want to unhook our trailer but those looked nicer.Lastrick • June 2015
Visit Whitney PortalSidewinder • June 2015
Lone Pine is just a stones throw up the road. Check out the Whitney Portal Store, as they serve a huge breakfast pancake and huge burgers too! Easy drive to Mammoth Lakes. Also, try Jacks's in Bishop for a great meal and also don't forget Schatt's Bakery!DayTripper2015 • July 2015
The western museum was wonderful.Sally Prechtel • July 2015
Go see Manzanar. Alabama Hills. Drive to Whitney Overlook. Film museum. Lots of movies shot in Alabama hills.RFCN2 • August 2015
A visit to the Alabama Hills is a must if you were a western fan as a child. Most of the "famous" cowboys, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Lone Ranger, and Hoppy rode thru these hills while making their shows. The road up to Whitney Portal is pretty. A definite must-see is Manzanar, a Japanese internment camp just up the road towards Bishop. It is very interesting. Also, the Cowboy Museum is very interesting and worth a visit.WSKeifer • September 2015
The east side of the Sierra Nevada are very close and we got great photos. Also, the Alabama Hills are right outside of town and the rock climbing, photography and arch-hunting are great.cactuslady • October 2015
Alabama Hills Café has great breakfast/lunch, maps of the Alabama Hills approach to Mount Whitney. Pizza Factory was okay. Must visit the Manzanar Historical Site just west of US395 between Independence and Lone Pine. Alabama Hills old movie and TV series locations all over the place...including Star Trek, Star Wars, Iron Man, Lone Ranger, John Wayne flicks. AND, the Lone Pine Theatre Historic feature in town.SilverBear • November 2015
The Manzanar National Park is well worth the visit. Allow enough time to go through all the exhibits though.John Borajkiewicz • November 2015
Great movie museum. Lots and lots to do in Lone Pine. Drive through Alabama Hills.Pierce • January 2016
Death Valley is a drive but close enough to visit. The Alabama Hills, just out of Lone Pine are very interesting and a much see if in the area. Manzanar is also close by. So much to see and do and the restaurants are decent, too as 395 is a corridor from Southern California to Mammoth.california traveler • March 2016
The only grocery store in town has limited offerings so not the ideal place to stock up. If you are a wine drinker, it too is limited and expensive.PBuds • April 2016
Explore the Alabama Hills (free), go to the the Museum of Western Film ($5), and eat a great dinner at Seasons restaurant ($30+ per).SueBea • May 2016
Drove around Alabama Hills, Manzanar did some Jeeping, visited Ancient Bristle Cone Park (allow full day to really explore), and the movie museum.Dank • June 2016
This site is perfect for hikers to use. The Alabama Hills entrance almost across the street. Lone Pine is several miles to the North and Whitney Portal. They can also arrange trips to Cerro Gordo, the private ghost town in the mountains. Many other hiking and outdoor attractions nearby.elduque • July 2016
There's a little market on site in case you forget anything.Maxandginger • July 2016
Close to Mt. Whitney portal and 100 miles to Death Valley.signaloil • July 2016
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