|Last Visited:||5 months ago|
|Wifi:||Yes - Slow|
|Big Rig Friendly:||No|
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200 yard long gravel pull out off the main highway. Separated (hidden) from highway by an earthen embankment. Just stopped over for one night on the way to Sequoia NP. A bit noisy but doesn't have any no camping signs and comes with great views over the dry lakebed.
Got kicked out by a park ranger, she told us the area was a right of way for the corps of engineers.Report Check-In
We found this area and a local was parked here. He told us that it was not a good idea to overnight here because “they’ll get you.” Drove down a mile or so to Horse Creek Campground and paid $20.Report Check-In
pretty views, no amenities or water access. we stayed for one night. I'd like to note that we moved to another pull out along this road (I will check in there as well) and we're kicked out but the army Corp of engineers ranger. she said they are cracking down on all the pull offs in the area and overnight camping is not allowed.Report Check-In
Quiet place for the night. Can fit around 4 vans behind the boulder. Enter via the western entrance to avoid curb.Report Check-In
Très bien situé un peu bruyant mais la vue est superbe. Faire attention à l’ entrée du site il y a une bordure de 6 à 8 poucesReport Check-In
200 yard long gravel pull out off the main highway. Separated (hidden) from highway by a earthen embankment. Just stopped over for one night on the way to Sequoia NP. A bit noisy but doesn't have any no camping signs and comes with great views over the dry lakebed.Report Check-In