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Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, California

Saddle up, boys and girls, it’s time to ride on into the Humboldt-Toiyiabe National Forest. The HT happens to be the largest tract of national forest in the lower 48! The forest covers 6.3 million Read more...
Saddle up, boys and girls, it’s time to ride on into the Humboldt-Toiyiabe National Forest. The HT happens to be the largest tract of national forest in the lower 48! The forest covers 6.3 million acres!!! This means you can probably do or find just about anything. Soak in some hot springs, hike a mountain, fish for some trout, frolic amidst wildflowers, picnic beside some Joshua Trees, sing some cowboy poetry into the wind, or just plain roll around in the sage brush in your undies, bottle of whiskey in hand. With so much land to cover, and such a diversity of quality recreation opportunities, you best get started!
Green Creek Group Campground
Glen Creek Campground is known specifically for fantastic rainbow trout fishing opportunities in the...
Green Creek Campground
Green Creek Campground sits along the creek, shaded by a canopy of aspen and pine. Green Creek has...
Trumbull Lake Campground
Trumbull Lake Campground, located right along the banks of the gorgeous Trumbull Lake, is shaded by a...
Robinson Creek South/North Campground
Isabelle
Isabelle: Right on the edge of Inyo National Forest so that it's one of the few spots near Mono Lake with tree...
Paha Campground
With 19 single sites and 1 double, Paha Campground is situated near Robinson Creek and is shaded by...
Crags Campground
Meredith
Meredith: This campground was perfect for our group of 4, which easily fit into one campsite. It's a very open...
Honeymoon Flat Campground
Sandi
Sandi: Lower Honeymoon Flat CG opens 4/28/2016, Reservations start 5/19/2016 Upper Honeymoon opens 5/27/2016,...
Lower Twin Lake Campground
Jeff
Jeff: Both Lower and upper Twin Lakes offer nice views and reflections on a calm day.
Buckeye Campground
Megan
Megan: The thing about this camp ground is that it's actually not open and you have to drive over the creek...
Obsidian Campground
Obsidian Campground is nestled in a forest of aspen and pine on Molybdenite Creek. Popular with...
Chris Flat Campground
For rugged adventures that require an all-in mentality, Chris Flat Campground has it all. Located...
Sonora Bridge Campground
Sonora Bridge Campground sits among Jeffrey pines near the West Walker River. The river is popular...
Bootleg Campground
When in Rome, or say Bootleg Campground, it’s important to take some time to yourself and just relax....
Leavitt Meadows Campground
Julian
Julian: This is an immaculate first come, first serve campground in the heart of Toiyabe thanks to the amazing...
Desert Creek Campground
Desert Creek Campground is a remote spot for camping, shaded by Jeffrey and lodgepole pine. The...
Silver Creek Campground
Silver Creek Campground is located right on the mountainside amidst scenic fire and pine forests. The...
Markleeville Campground
Markleeville Campground sits among Jeffrey pines and cottonwood trees near Millberry Creek. The...
Crystal Springs Campground
Crystal Springs Campground sits near the West Fork Carson River in the shade of Jeffrey and lodgepole...
Hope Valley Campground
Hope Valley Campground, located in none other than the gorgeous Hope Valley, is pleasantly covered by...
Kit Carson Campground
Kit Carson Campground sits on the banks of the West Fork Carson River. The campground is surrounded by...
Mt. Rose Campground
Mount Rose Campground is highly recommended, as its light usage does not reflect the amount of...
Columbine Campground
Explore the Toiyabe Crest Trail and Arc Dome Wilderness with a stay at Columbine Campground. This site...
Peavine Creek Campground
You’ll find Peavine Creek Campground on the southeastern side of the rugged Toiyable Mountain Range....
San Juan Campground
Perched at 7,600 feet of elevation, San Juan Campground has an open setting with views of the canyon...
Lookout Campground
Lookout Campground is a quiet spot to camp surrounded by aspen, near North Branch Dog Creek. Check out...
Kingston Campground
Katey
Katey: Found a walk up site very late one Wednesday night in June. Some have called this the "Yosemite of...
Big Creek Campground
A small camp at the mouth of a canyon along a creek, Big Creek Campground is surrounded by water...
Toquima Cave Campground
Toquima Cave Campground sits in a forested area just a half-mile from the nearby caves. The cave walls...
Bob Scott Campground
A high elevation camp (7,200 feet) set in a pinyon-juniper forest, Bob Scott Campground sets you up...
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Upper Pines Campground
Courtney
Courtney: Upper Pines: not for getting away from people. You are crammed in. People will walk through your...
Tuolumne Meadows Walk-In Campground
Jacquie
Jacquie: We love the Tuolumne Meadows backpackers camp before and after our main trek. The walk-in camp is...
Lakeshore Tent Camping
Nic
Nic: Paradise Shores was a nice place to spend a couple days exploring the Eastern Sierras and the...
Mountain Views RV Camping
Sophia
Sophia: Beautiful location on the other side of Yosemite National Park - quiet and relaxed. Hosts were...
Tuolumne Meadows Campground
Jacqueline
Jacqueline: Camp here and hike up to Lower Cathedral Lake, about 5 miles, for some of the most beautiful sights...
Wawona Campground
Alicia
Alicia: Campsites are packed quite close together, so not the best campground for privacy. Mosquitos can be...
Extra Special Lakeshore Camping
Chris
Chris: we had a really fun long weekend at Paradise Shores. This campsite had great amenities including...
June Lake Campground
Rooney
Rooney: First Come First Served. The sites fill up quick in the summer so get there early. Some sites are...
Silver Lake Campground
Jeff
Jeff: Early morning offers the best opportunities for seeing wildlife such as bears, deer or coyotes near...
Old Yosemite Base Camp
Lesha
Lesha: Nice site, off in the woods with beautiful views, fire pit with cooking grill over the top, plenty of...
White Wolf Campground
Scott
Scott: Even though we decided the day of where to stay and showed up at 6pm in August, there was plenty of...
Hodgdon Meadow Campground
Paulina
Paulina: Crowded campground, and extremely noisy with campers who leave the city to party in the woods. Close...
Lower Pines Campground
Jeff
Jeff: It's a short walk from Lower Pines Campground to Curry Village, where you may find bears foraging for...
Twin Lakes Campground
Brian
Brian: Bears, noisy kids, people that don't comprehend mother nature :( Lots of kids screaming in the river...
Convict Lake Campground
Jeff
Jeff: Head to Convict Lake in the morning for stunning light and reflections!
Lakeshore RV Camping
Julie
Julie: I really enjoyed my stay at Paradise Shores, at campsite 1. It has a very comfy, homey feel, and...
Lower Lee Vining Campground
Mitch
Mitch: Bring a hammock! The campsite is right on the creek, which is narrow enough to possibly even string...
Saddlebag Lake Campground
Perched just above the lake and surrounded by pine groves and the Sierras, you’ll find plenty of...
Sawmill Walk-in Campground
Got a hankering for some rustic camping with awe-inspiring views? Look no further than Sawmill Walk-in...