Pitch your tent at one of our spacious campsites nestled within the trees. Clean and convenient bathrooms and showers will keep you comfortable. No pets permitted in tent sites/areas. Must have a tent if occupying a tent site. Onsite attractions include Beach Volleyball, Horseshoes, River Rafting, Seasonal Swimming, Fishing on Riverfront, BBQ and Picnics, Community Clubhouse
Pitch your tent at one of our spacious campsites nestled within the trees. Clean and convenient bathrooms and showers will keep you comfortable. No pets permitted in tent sites/areas. Must have a tent if occupying a tent site. Onsite attractions include Beach Volleyball, Horseshoes, River Rafting, Seasonal Swimming, Fishing on Riverfront, BBQ and Picnics, Community Clubhouse. Just 5 minutes from Lake Kaweah for boaters and water enthusiasts. Nestled in the foothills at the entrance to Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon, along the rambling Kaweah River.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Fishing license required
Natural features you'll find at Sequoia Campground and Lodge in California.
River, stream, or creek
Private riverfront beach access
Places to see near Sequoia Campground & Lodge
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Nota quiet campground experience
It seemed like people were having a nice time here, but it was very loud and crowded. There were people next to me playing music and partying until midnight. If this is your thing, it’s a nice campground however if you want to get up early to get into the park you will have trouble getting to sleep. The check in process took over a half hour but they were very apologetic about the wait.
I wish that they would have regulated their posted quiet hours.
I admittedly have very low standards and so my stay was fine, but I think there are a few things I should note that others might benefit from.
On Fridays and Saturdays, after the office closes, the site allows for an ice cream truck to circle the grounds. The music is obnoxious and if it's a busy night, it can be playing for up to two hours - as it was when we stayed here. I wouldn't have minded it so much if I didn't have a five year old I needed to get to bed.
It gets CROWDED. Not only are the sites ridiculously close to each other, but swarms of people are there partying. Good for them, but don't stay here on a busy weekend if you can't handle the noise.
While the toilets were decent, the conditions of the bathrooms in general were pretty bad. Very dirty from people swimming and going barefoot and tracking dirt in. The running water in the sinks and showers doesn't fully turn off either, so it sucks that it's wasted like that.
The staff, however, were nice and friendly. The river sites are worth it if you can get one of those.
Wonderful but hot
This campground is incredible! It’s about an hour drive to get to the top of sequoia national park so it’s very conveniently placed! Even in the heat of the summer, there’s a beautiful river to swim in. If that’s not your style, they have a pool on the property as well. This specific spot has plenty of shade and is very clean and well kept. The bathroom is really close to this site as well. They sell firewood and ice at the office and will drop both of those items off at your site when you purchase.
Crowded and bathrooms lacking
Decent camp. Crowded and bathrooms/showers were the worst I’ve seen and I’ve been to many campgrounds across the country. Not sure I’ll go back.