This is a family run CG set up where the three rivers converge. We met folks there who have become camping buddies and truly had an amazing experience. Sites are good size, CG is well maintained and area is fun to explore. Be sure to visit the local grocery store where a fine looking snake carcass is displayed!
Die Sanitäranlagen sind zwar nicht die besten, dafür aber alles andere. Direkt am Fluss gelegen mit allen Anschlüssen vor ort und in der Ferne sieht man schneebedeckte Berge. Der Eingang von dieser Seite ist fr für Camper über 24fuss zur Durchfahrt versperrt. Super Platz immer wieder.
We decided to take advantage of the warmer weather in February and beat the crowds. The site recently changed ownership and things are getting updated. We were one of three RV’s camping this weekend. We pulled straight into our spot to find a rushing creek just over the hill. Full Hookups cost $78 for two days.
We stayed 4 nights for $156 full hookup. The campground was basically empty at this time of year. Great location 8 miles from the park and very close to the cute town of 3 rivers, restaurants, markets,drugstore post office ect. The campground is beautiful right on the river the only complaint is the hookups are in the wrong spots so you face away from the river instead of towards it.
Beautiful spots....well maintained and clean....friendly staff. We definitely will mark as a favorite!!
Lots of potential here. New owners are working hard to make it better. Location is great. Features river front sites, but limited. Small beach area, sand volleyball, tether-ball, tubing launch / recovery on property. Utility hookups are placed at odd locations. Some sites should be pull-through but instead are buddy sites with two poles. Big rigs get the best sites by the river due to size. 50% of the area of the park is tent / no hookup. RVs could fit on many of those areas but seemingly aren't allowed even if accepting of no hookups. The best sites by the river are tent...pity. Nevertheless, great access to Sequoia and Kings Canyon NP. Nearby town has groceries, couple restaurants, hardware, gas. The exit from the road to the park entrance isn't the greatest...don't go fast. Signage at the road isn't updated as of 4/5/18...gotta look for the faded sign from the old campground name...Kaweah Park Resort.
We arrived late and no reservation and the night security made a place available for our RV with full connections. Beautiful place and with the river in the background.
I paid in advance in full for a 4 days stay for September last March. Upon arrival there was only 2 people in the campground!? First alarm bells! The pool was green and the well was dry so no showers,laundry, or restrooms. We are fully contained so ok. The girl at the front desk,Binda, gave us our sites. They were in full sun and it was 95 degrees. I asked to move to a shady area. She moved our friend motor home charged her a site change fee of $11 and informed me, fifth wheel I couldn't move unless I paid for two sites as they were motor home sites. Remember there was 2 other campers. Over 75 sites. Are you Kidding me! I said just refund all our money and we will go somewhere else. Well, Binda refunded my refund on my friend's credit card not mine and then really made a mess of things trying to straighten out the mess she made. In the end, after 1 hour, it still wasn't straight. Bad customer service, no communication with me during the transaction and untrained help. Not to mention they charge $60 per night with no enmities. Don't stay here.
Found this gem on this site and got the closest spot next to the river. Not busy and very quiet. A little pricey but it s 6 miles to the entrance of park. Would stay here again.
Well run place, it is not a place to take big rigs. Sites are tight and close together, no privacy. There a large boulders strategically placed to impede movement. Nice setting on the confluence of 2 rivers and close to the southern entrance to Sequoia NP. A better location to explore the parks would be closer to the north entrance.