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Nice campground. 22$ / night. There are showers (1$ for 5min) and a laundry at the lodge nearby. No cell phone reception.
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Stay here two nights
Boondocking is kind of difficult in the national parks so decided to pay for a campground only $22 how to reserve it on the computer says it’s full but I would say a fourth of the places are empty. A lot stuff is already closing for the season so make sure you’re prepared. The trail from lodge pole campground to Sherman tree is very nice highly recommend this trail I did it on my E bike which might be legal.
Spent 2 nights @ campground, #51, in our 20 ft Solis van, right in front of river, nice quite site with sun for solar charging & shade. Close to visitors center, & free shuttle to get to various locations of the park. Try for week days as weekend brings in day visitors & gets very busy.
Definitely will be going back
Stayed 2 nights at Lodgepole Campgrounds in our camper. Stayed in spot 50. Very beautiful spot right in front of the river. You can hear it as you go to sleep at night! Has a picnic table and fire pit. Few minutes walk to the Lodgepole visitor center, market and shuttle stop.
As mentioned by the previous person, make sure to check the max length allowed for RVs for each spot as it varies. Would recommend and would come back again!
very large nice campground in sequoia national park! all spots had bear proof storage and metal fire pits. really close to the Tokopah Falls trail head and the general Sherman is about a 3 mile hike one way from the campground. a couple notes, because of covid there are no first come first serve camping. you MUST make a reservation online at reservation.gov to get a spot. this is important bc there is no cell service here so you have to make the reservation before you get there. also be sure to look at the spots available on the website closely as each one has a different maximum RV length. it's $22 per night but half price if you have the parks pass. wish we could have stayed longer.Report Check-In
We got here around 9am and the ranger started selling available spots around 10am. Many of the sites were reserved, but there were lots available. The camp host told us that it was packed during the weekend, though.
shower: 1$/3min. washing machine: 1,25$/load, dryer: 1$/20min. machines are old, dont wash properly and barely dry. I you can, wait for the next laundry. Also, even if there is a "full" sign at the entrance of campground, ask ranger, they usually have a cancelletion list then you can choose your site.Report Check-In
Nice campground. 22$ / night. There are showers 1$ 5min and a laundry at the lodge nearby.Report Check-In
Big sites, drinking water available, showers cost extra ($1 for 3min), small grocery store nearby. $22Report Check-In