A very nice low elevation campground thats best in the Spring and Fall. Temps get well over 100 degrees in the summer. A foothill area with wild flowers and Oak Trees everywhere. It has flush toilets and a dump station, but no other amenities. It has some great hiking trails and wildlife is abundant. Located between Three Rivers and Sequoia National Park you have a few mile drive to the grocery store if you forget anything. An easy drive up Hwy 198 East of Visalia and is my favorite cool weather campground.
Expensive, busy and well run RV park that my grand kids absolutely love. We camp here a couple times a year and always have a great time. For a Central Coast Beach Town experience, it would be hard to beat. This park has everything including a heated pool. You must reserve early as they are very busy year round. The whole facility is clean and well groomed. We will continue to camp here.
Very nice dry campground in the Sequoia National Forest. Some sites have a great view of the lake and there is a very good store in town. Vault toilets and water faucets throughout the park. At 6000 ft elevation it is cooler and the air is clean. The main driveways are paved and the sites are gravel and they list a maximum length of 30 ft. Beautiful area with nice hosts.
Very beautiful area just north of Grant Grove on Hwy 180. It is a U.S. Forest Service Campground with no hookups and vault type toilets. Must reserve sites through Reserve America. Could be a very nice campground if the very friendly staff would enforce the limit of 6 persons per site, many sites had 12 to 20 people and they were bathing at the limited water faucets. The vault toilet nearest to our site (#39) was emitting such a terrible odor that it was difficult to use it. Maximum length was 30 ft for RV's and some sites were much smaller. We stayed here Labor Day Weekend 2006.