No showers, no restrooms, no trees. Very primitive, but only 20 miles from Kings Canyon and Sequoia N.P. Water with low pressure, electric and sewer with small tube size available. Jerry -- Aug 30, 2014
Lots of space and extremely friendly staff + proximity to kings canyon. We couldn't ask for more.
No shower No toilets plenty of Space But 40 $ for one night just for water and electricity?
This park has been there forever. Lots of full timers. Questionable safty. Use with caution!
Lots of space, really friendly people, trees and grass. Very peaceful. Great place to stay before entering the park.
The park neds a little maintenance, but the friendly staff, spacious places are formidable.
No one at office when arriving at 02.00 PM. The on site dumpstation hole is higher than the vehicle's level, so it was hard to handle. Pretty expensive for what you get all in all.
If you are looking for a RV resort go somewhere else. Huge sites, pull in and pick you own site. The camp host came to us and we payed with a credit card at our camper. Parked next to a small lake with LOTS of birds. Super friendly, gave us free firewood twice. 30 and 50 amp with sewer and water. Never used their bathrooms, we stayed in our camper. Close to national parks. The campground is now called Sequoia RV Park. Real gem! Dave & Roxi from Wisconsin
The good: location, large open sites, well mowed, fires allowed, plenty of spots to choose from The bad: showers are in poor condition, thorny stickers covered the grounds, the host was completely hands off and they charged 45$
This is my kind of RV park. No frills, but everything you need and spacious sites. There are few shade trees, but the ones that are there are good. This was previously a mobile home park, but it is now an RV park and the seasonal/long-term tenants are separated from the overnight area. Very well laid out. Work is still ongoing to update this to a traveler's campground, but everything is there and the price is right. There are full hookups although they could use some work. Due to the spigot choice, it was difficult to hookup my water hose. The sewer dump was basically a rubber waste-pipe reducing fitting...nothing to screw on a standard sewer elbow or fitting or that a sewer hose would stay attached to. It did not appear that other nearby sites had this setup, so maybe it was only my site. The electricity was strong and kept the A/C going all day (100+ when we stayed). All hookups are at the rear and to the right. This posed no problem to me, but those with trailer connections in front of the axles might have issues reaching the connections. The Wi-Fi was recently upgraded so it was quite good. I expect as this becomes a more popular park that the usual slow-down of the WiFi will happen here like other campgrounds. Verizon 4G was strong enough to be useful here in case that the WiFi is out of range or slow. I never met a worker in person. Sites are not pre-assigned, just take an "overnight" site that isn't occupied when you arrive. Self-check-in is at the office. Payment can be by many forms including PayPal/Venmo (kudos for this!) or credit / check / cash, but you have to find the camp host if you want to do credit or cash. In the end, for the location, price, and amenities this is now my go-to park when I want to visit Kings Canyon or Sequoia. The NP entrance is about a 35-minute drive from this campground.