East Fork Campground

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East Fork Campground is large and in charge! With a variety of loops and sites to choose from and lots to explore nearby, it’s easy to see why this campground is a fave. Any way you want to camp is available here; from tent-only, to RV camping with electric hook-ups. There’s a mix of sunny spots and shady places for your crew here, along with spots next to Rock Creek. You can’t Read more...
East Fork Campground is large and in charge! With a variety of loops and sites to choose from and lots to explore nearby, it’s easy to see why this campground is a fave. Any way you want to camp is available here; from tent-only, to RV camping with electric hook-ups. There’s a mix of sunny spots and shady places for your crew here, along with spots next to Rock Creek. You can’t go wrong, especially since every site offers a firepit, bear box and easy access to restrooms, drinking water, and a dump station. Shoot, you can even bring your pup along for the fun! East Fork bases it’s season on the weather, and fall is a popular time, but the views, the to-do’s and company will be well worth the trip.
Fires are allowed
Potable water is available
Pets are allowed
  • Listing type: Public
  • No. of sites: 71
  • Phone: (760) 876-6219
  • Accessible by: Drive
  • Accommodation: Tent Only, Tent, Vehicles & RVs

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Hipcamper Sarah

This place must be a hidden gem. Very surprised not to see any reviews on it yet! We stayed here in May and had an amazing time. Some guy took our reserved campsite claiming it was a mixup with the camp host, but the site we ended up in was way better, so the joke's on him! We had site 33, and it's surrounded on all sides by trees so you can't see your neighbor at all. It's also right between two (super clean) bathrooms. The waterfront sites look great for groups since they aren't clearly separated. 122 is another good site for a single family that is shaded and close to the water. The husband caught a couple of trout in Rock Creek. It got pretty cold at night, even in May, but the location and campground made it worth it.

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Park
Inyo National Forest
State
California
Phone Number
(760) 876-6219
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
37.484° N, 118.718° W
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