Lone Pine Campground

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About Lone Pine Campground

Description

Situated nearby the base of the mighty Mount Whitney, Lone Pine Campground offers an abundance of outdoor activities surrounded by brilliant vistas, desert wildflowers, and vast, expansive landscapes. The campground itself is guarded by sagebrush and sits along the shores of Lone Pine Creek. Frequented mainly by RVs, there are limited tent-only sites and all of which offer Read more...
Situated nearby the base of the mighty Mount Whitney, Lone Pine Campground offers an abundance of outdoor activities surrounded by brilliant vistas, desert wildflowers, and vast, expansive landscapes. The campground itself is guarded by sagebrush and sits along the shores of Lone Pine Creek. Frequented mainly by RVs, there are limited tent-only sites and all of which offer little privacy. But hey, just think of all the new likeminded friends you’ll make! The sites offer easy access to trails including John Muir Wilderness, Mount Whitney, and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park! Need some last minute provisions? Throw those worries out the window--there’s a shop just outside the grounds.
Fires are allowed
Potable water is available
Pets are allowed
  • Listing type: Public
  • No. of sites: 28
  • Phone: (760) 876-6219
  • Accessible by: Drive, Walk
  • Accommodation: Tent Only, Tent, Vehicles & RVs

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Hipcamper Clara

The Alabama Hills/Lone Pine are a great location to view the Leonid Meteor Showers in mid November.

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Hipcamper Laura

Great campground, very clean. Amazing views from every site. Only $5 per night. Can be very windy, we switched from our tall tent to our short one. Amazing night sky. Close to town.

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Hipcamper Brian

Watch for rattlers! RV ok, but tent??? WE've seen rattle snakes there 3x

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Hipcamper Judy

I have to live in Owens Valley for well over 30 years this is one of the most pristine valleys in the world be careful driving up now Whitney it's one of the most wicked roads in the world especially if it is wet or icy there are many places to camp in this valley that are totally Free you can camp right on a lot of creeps just you your self and you you won't see another so you'll see lots of nature beautiful sunsets there's many springs up there in which to get wonderful water right out of the glaciers go up to Pinecreek above rovana some of the best fly fishing there is if you can fly fish there have to be a pro Gorgeous just gorgeous

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Hipcamper Pepper

Spectacular sunsets! Very hot - the "walk-in" sites are the least crowded - typically not full even if it says sold out. Theses sites are also close to the river so you can hear the water and even get cooled off!

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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
36.598° N, 118.185° W
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Tent Only - Hike In: 3 Sites
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Tent / RV / Trailer - Group: 1 Site
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Tent / RV / Trailer: 24 Sites