Walk-in sites, rustic tenting, and high elevation make an overnight at Horseshoe Meadow campground a heady experience. Many campers use this area as a jumping-off point for exploring the extensive John Muir or Trout Lake Wilderness areas. Shared tables and plans may facilitate giddy campfire discussions, geeky itinerary comparison, and all-around camaraderie. Stays are limited to one night, so make the most of it!
Offered near the campground.
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Natural features you'll find at Horseshoe Meadows Campground.
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Campsite feels like one big drainage plain. Be ready for it to be soggy with summer rains.
Bring cash and leave payment in the box.
- Inyo National Forest
- United States
- Phone Number
- (760) 876-6219
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- Official Website
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- 36.448° N, 118.17° W
- Tent Only - Hike In: 18 Sites (Up to people per site)