Camping near Inyokern

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Camping with Mountain Views

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Posey, CA
Learn more about this land: 1.1 miles from U.S National Forest.  Camp site is huge.  The total land is 2.36 acres and the land below the parking area is part of the property and can be used to relax, walk around, or let dogs run.  Views for miles and a peaceful place to relax in the Sequoias.  Night view of city lights below in San Joaquin Valley.  Pull in and have the place to yourself.  There's no onsite manager but there is someone within a mile of the property if there are needs or issues.  Let me know if you want to buy wood as the caretaker sells wood for $10 a night or less if you stay more than one night.  You can check yourself in and out with directions that are provided upon booking so you can arrive anytime you want.If you have a large camper 32 foot or under unless you are a miracle worker :).  If you don't think you can pull a trailer from the sharp left on the road you can go up the road about 1.5 miles and turn around so it's an easy right.
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SoCal Camping

39 sites · Lodging20 acres · Kernville, CA
The cabins are situated in The Sequoia National Forest, overlooking the majestic rapids of the Kern River. Come and hike, bike, dip in the river, or simply kick back and take in the 360 of sky scrapping mountains (even glimpse Mount Whitney!) At once a silver mine along the Kern River, now converted to a fun recreation spot for adventure seekers
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Double Triangle Ranch

3 sites · RVs, Tents12 acres · Weldon, CA
Once settled by Tubatulabel and Shoshoni tribes, this area is rich with reminders of their habitation.  Grinding rocks near Tipi camp are one of those.  When gold was discovered in the Kern River Valley, most of the native tribes were displaced but their decendents here in the KRV keep the history alive at the Nuii Cuni Center at Wofford heights, a short drive around the lake from us.
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3 Peaks Sanctuary

40 sites · Tents10 acres · Boron, CA
Nearby activities include hiking and exploring 'The Buttes', aka '3 Peaks' - a nearby rock formation of ancient origin - about a mile to the south. Also in the area is Harper Dry Lake, which has been used as an airfield to test experiment aircraft in the past, and includes a wildlife viewing area (look for the signs, off Harper Lake Road, on the way in). To the north is Fremont Peak, and in the distance to the East can be found Black Mountain. Common flora in the area include Creosote Bush, Salt Brush and White or, Purple Sage.
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OHV Roadside Paradise

1 site · RV1 acre · California City, CA
Right by the road. Easy access. Fun OHV Trails.Learn more about this land:Park your RV and bring your OHV. This patch of land is perfect for all your desert toys. Off the main road. Easy access to food, water, and supplies.Bring the whole family. Pets welcome. Can also supply RV and/or generator if needed.
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Oak Glenn * California Hot Springs

3 sites · Tents1 acre · California Hot Springs, CA
This camping spot is quiet, beautiful and peaceful. You will be surrounded by nature but also within walking distance to a store and near the Sequoia National Forest for hiking activities. Enjoy fresh running streams, rolling hills and wild berries in the area. Mineral springs and hot tubs should hopefully be opening Fall 2024. Property at Pineflat has a flat area you can park by the camper and pitch your tent anywhere beneath a beautiful oak tree or any flat area. Located right across the road from the church at Pineflat. Photos #2 & 3 are of the property. The others are of the area and the drive up. Just down the way (about 150-200 feet from the property) there is a store that is usually open 8am-5pm, Seven Oaks Market, where they serve food most days and can buy a few things you may need and handmade goods. When you come up Pineflat from California Hot Springs, the property will be right across from the church. Enjoy the peace and beauty of the area. Visit the 100 giants or enjoy the streams and the beautiful drive up the rolling hills and National Park Sequoia area or Kern River area.
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Kernville Ranch

5 sites · Lodging15 acres · Kernville, CA
Nestled in meadows with a private river flowing through horse pastures, tall shade trees and all natural cedar hot tub. Kernville Ranch is just a 5 minute walk from the center of Kernville. Plenty of fishing and white water rafting, hiking and hot springs and snow play depending on the season. Explore the lake for water-sports, the high country for pristine wilderness and a little snow. The town is full of restaurants, antiques stores, and a wonderful museum of the rich heritage of this Wild West town,
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Disconnect and Reconnect

2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Boron, CA
Looking for an adventure in the California desert? Look no further than our camping land near Death Valley National Park! This secluded, rustic spot is perfect for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and reconnect with nature. Located just a short drive from the entrance to Death Valley National Park, our camping land is situated in the heart of the desert. With no amenities, this is truly a camping experience for those who want to rough it. But don't worry – there are plenty of perks to camping without amenities. You'll have the chance to truly disconnect from the outside world and immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of the desert landscape. As you pitch your tent on our camping land, you'll be surrounded by panoramic views of the desert. Take a moment to breathe in the fresh air and soak up the natural beauty around you. With no distractions, you'll be able to focus on the simple pleasures of life – like roasting marshmallows over a campfire and gazing up at the stars. While you're camping on our land, you'll have easy access to all that Death Valley National Park has to offer. From hiking to stargazing, there's something for everyone in this incredible natural wonderland. Explore the park's stunning sand dunes, marvel at the unique rock formations, and soak up the sun on one of the park's many hiking trails. And when night falls, you'll have the chance to experience one of the most incredible night skies in the world. Death Valley National Park is renowned for its stargazing opportunities, and you'll have a front-row seat to the show. Of course, the real highlight of our camping land is the chance to truly disconnect from the outside world. With no amenities, you'll have to rely on your own resources to make your camping trip a success. Bring your own food and water, and be prepared to take care of all your own needs while you're camping. This might sound daunting, but it's also incredibly rewarding. When you're forced to rely on your own ingenuity and resourcefulness, you'll find that you're capable of more than you ever imagined. So why choose our camping land near Death Valley National Park? If you're looking for an adventure that's truly off the beaten path, this is the spot for you. With no amenities, you'll have the chance to disconnect from the outside world and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the California desert. And with easy access to Death Valley National Park, you'll have the chance to explore one of the most stunning natural wonders in the world. So pack your bags, grab your tent, and get ready for an adventure you'll never forget!
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Curate Arts

51 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · California City, CA
A desert Oasis near the gateway to the Southern Sierra Nevada, Kennedy Meadows, Walkers pass all along the 14 freeway. The property is located approximately 12 miles out from the California City area and California City Blvd. Rhe properly is 2 acres with a lovely campsite that has a shaded picnic sitting area as well as a wood burning bbq station. The campsite is at the top of the property and is marked as you drive in via Rutgers Road. Visitors are welcome to bring pets, enjoy food and drink. The property is immediately adjacent to the OHV dirt bike and side by side trails. The famous Jaw Bone trail is here.
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Jawbone Canyon Campground

60 sites · RVs, Tents33 acres · Cantil, CA
Learn more about this land:Campers, will see a great view of Mojave desert, off road riding area from the camp site, no need to trailer atvs, utvs or dirt bikes. Beautiful landscape and hills, Thousands is acres to ride, old mining rigs in the area. Jawbone Canyon Store sells Camping necessities, firewood and ice. They even have bands playing on holiday weekends..
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Joshua tree sagebrush desert camp

2 sites · RVs2 acres · Mojave, CA
Learn more about this land:A great place to enjoy the stars after a day of hiking, dirt biking, quad running the hundreds of miles of trails. There's a cool old abanmine on the mountain right behind us.
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Dreamland

6 sites · RVs2 acres · China Lake Acres, CA
Learn more about this land:Inyokern is a census-designated place in Kern County, California, United States. Its name derives from its location near the border between Inyo and Kern Counties. Inyokern is located 8 miles west of Ridgecrest, at an elevation of 2,434 feet. It is on the western side of the Indian Wells Valley.
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