5 Parks near Three Rivers, California
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
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Nice rustic campground. The sites are pretty close together and if you are in the river area, they are real close. We were in site 3 and although close, we were able to spread out a bit. No OTA TV reception . I see two type of RV'ers - one lives the RV lifestyle and the others use the RV on weekends to blow off steam away from home. Unfortunately, for the first 2 nights, we had the latter and they were loud late into the night. Once that group left, it was nice and quiet. - akeller156
Mar 2016 - $55.00
After staying here in 2009, I finally had the opportunity to come back, and this time got a river-front site with full hookups. These sites are fantastic. We had one of the pull-through sites parallel to the river so our doors opened up to the riverfront mere steps away. We came in the spring when the weather was in the mid-70s, everything was green and the river had good flow. Most of the complaints I see are from people who went during the fall when it was hot and dry.
The property is great for kids, they can explore on foot and bicycle and use the swimming hole. There is a scavenger hunt paper you can pick up from the office as well which will keep them occupied for the better part of a day. We liked the rustic feel of grass and gravel roads, and being lulled to sleep by the flow of water each night and waking up to same. Service before and during was excellent, as they went way out of their way to make sure that we would be able to pull through around our neighbors, with lots of phone communication beforehand. These are the same owners that took over shortly before our first visit and 7 years later it is still clean and beautiful.
No problems with rowdy neighbors, this is a laid back campground with a rustic rural feel. The very small mobile home park located at the back is very neat and clean with friendly residents.
Most of the spots are shady, lots of trees throughout. There are cable hookups if you're worried about reception. The fire pits are good, hookups in our site were well placed with several different sewer holes to choose from depending on the location of your hose.
The wifi was slow but worked for basic checking in on email and facebook. Don't plan on relying upon it for getting serious work done. there is no Verizon signal but there is AT&T, as others have said. I considered the lack of phone reception to be a plus and we barely used the Wifi. We were here to get away not to stay plugged in. - Steam Gypsie
Feb 2016 - $50.00
Stayed here over New Years weekend 2016. The campground is a converted mobile home park. There are still mobile home residents that live across a small bridge in a area of the park separate from the campground; however the bathroom and shower house is in this section of the park.
The park has a mix of electric/water and electric/water/sewer sites. Most of the sites are pretty close. There is a small tent area.
You pay a premium for the sites along the river, but they are worth it. - Jmaellis
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