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Kings Canyon Campground

21 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Wilsonia, Fresno
This rustic campground is located in Kings Canyon on hwy 180, 16 miles past the Sequoia-Kings Canyon Park entrance. Ten Mile Creek running thru the property. Magnificent views of Kings Canyon from the property. Google plus code for maps R497+877 Hume Station, California Campground sites with picnic tables. Flushing toilets on site. Water and sewer hookups available at some sites. 6 miles to the mighty Kings River, 12 miles to Grant Grove and the Giant Sequoia’s, 16 miles to Cedar Grove, 22 miles to “Roads End” and trail head for the endless backcountry trails including the Pacific Crest trail. Easy access to General’s Hwy for Sequoia National Park access The Sequoia & Kings Canyon area has a long history of being visited. Even in the pioneer days, before the road, people had heard tales of the majestic canyon, wild rivers and of the groves of gigantic trees, that many thought to be a hoax. Folks would make the difficult trip up into the mountain to see for themselves. This site, in the early 1900’s was a farmstead providing fresh fruits and vegetables to the areas loggers, ranchers, hotels and backcountry explorers. During the construction of the new highway In the 1920’s the site was used as a labor camp. During the highway construction days a lodge and gas station was built and was known as “Barton Flat”. In the 1950’s the property was sold and became the “Kings Canyon Lodge”. In 2015 the historic lodge and some of the other cabins were destroyed in the “Rough” fire, by a miracle the original 1928 visible gas pumps survived the fire and are still being used to this day. We are hopeful to eventually rebuild a lodge to serve the many visitors.
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Granite Mountain Resort

30 sites · RVs10 acres · Oakhurst, Madera
Welcome to Granite Mountain Resort, an RV park and event center located in the heart of the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains, just minutes from Yosemite National Park. Our property offers options for all types of travelers, including RV sites, private Airbnb rooms, and an event center and meeting space for gatherings of all kinds. Our 30 RV sites offer a comfortable camping experience for those seeking a convenient and hassle-free stay. Our RV park is ideally situated for easy access to Bass Lake, Yosemite National Park, and the endless recreational opportunities within the Sierra National Forest, making it the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. For those traveling from Los Angeles, we’re approximately a 4-hour drive away, while San Francisco is just a 3.5-hour drive away. If you’re visiting Yosemite National Park, we’re just minutes away from the southern entrance, making us an ideal base for exploring the park and its many natural wonders. If you’re flying in, the closest airport is Yosemite International Airport in Fresno, which is just an hour’s drive away. From the airport, simply take CA-41 N to reach our resort. Our property is located in Oakhurst, a charming town in the Sierra Nevada foothills. You can explore downtown Oakhurst and its quaint shops and restaurants, or head to nearby Bass Lake for swimming, boating, and fishing. Our area is abundant with opportunities for hiking and site-seeing, making it a nature-lover’s paradise. If you’re looking to explore the natural beauty of the area, Yosemite National Park is just a short drive away. Take a scenic drive through the park, hike to stunning waterfalls, or marvel at the giant sequoias. Other nearby attractions include the Sierra National Forest, Nelder Grove, and the Sugar Pine Railroad.
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Willow Springs Resort

28 sites · Lodging, RVs10 acres · Bridgeport, Mono
Welcome to Willow Springs Resort Please come stay with us when you are visiting the beautiful Eastern Sierras. For Your Convenience, an Online Booking System is Now Available! www.willowspringsresort.com Willow Springs Resort is located five miles south of Bridgeport, California, in the heart of the Eastern Sierra premiere outdoor recreational region. Although you’re sure to unplug with all there is to do around here, our guests have access to some of the best Wi-Fi in the area. The facility is a small 50’s era motel and RV park with all the amenities one normally expects. We are a pet-friendly facility. We love pets and welcome them in our RV park but not in our motel rooms (with the exception of service animals). Willow Springs Resort was built 70 years ago and is still owned and operated by the same family. That family prides itself on operating a peaceful, beautiful, and clean vacation destination. The fish at the left was caught in Virginia Creek, which is just across the highway from Willow Springs! There are a host of activities to enjoy in the "big backyard" of this Sierra Nevada paradise. Whether you enjoy fishing, hunting, boating, hiking, swimming, or 4-wheeling, or want to take a photo class or tour of Bodie Ghost Town, the area offers it all. If you prefer to read a book or catch a falling star, meet new people, and share stories at the campfire, Willow Springs Resort is here to welcome you!
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Locatelli Vineyards and Winery

16 sites · Lodging, RVs100 acres · San Miguel, San Luis Obispo
Welcome to Locatelli Vineyards and Winery! Our hands-on approach starts in our estate vineyard, through the winemaking process, and onto bottling. Our family-owned and operated winery has been in business for over 20 years. We're dedicated to producing the finest wines in the Paso Robles Appellation. We offer 15 dry camping RV sites for a unique experience to stay at our beautiful vineyard! Wine tastings are available as well - please contact the winery directly at the email provided on your confirmation page for further details. Thank you for visiting, we're glad you're here. Salut!
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THE GREAT BAR-B's RANCH

40 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · California City, Kern
For years we've raced the Mojave Desert, and the areas within the California City, City limits. We loved the area for racing and for camping out. This is where the sun shines about 330 days of the year and where the absolutely stunning, clear, starry skies, pop up every night. We just had to find a place for us desert-lovers. After looking all over the desert, our friend, who owned ten acres just 3.2 miles from the City limits, in East Kern County, invited us to look at his property. They called their ranch, Hi-Vista Ranch. We visited his property and after looking at many pieces of land to buy in the high desert, we knew we had found it. What sold us was that it was the only plot of land for miles, that offered a 360-degree view of fabulous desert escapes and including the wonderful city of California City. It was gorgeous. Anywhere you looked the views were extraordinary! We were sold and bought the ten acres. Subsequently we bought additional acres adjacent and contiguous to ours, including a beautiful hillside where we often parked and enjoy the magnificent visual experience that is the Alta Vista Ranch (we re-named it; meaning “high vistas” in Spanish). In recent years, we have once again re-named the ranch as the Racing Ranch, to better describe its function. It now serves as headquarters for a series of competition events, including mountain bike racing, off-road events, Pony Express rides, drone racing, running marathons; and the very popular “desert tours.” All start and end at the ranch. Moreover, the Racing Ranch serves as the main stage for two yearly music “concerts on the hills.” Also known as the “RAW FESTIVAL.” All major events are blocked off on the calendar. But when possible, we allow a portion of the campers to rent on the same days of any event. However, there are plenty of weekend and weekdays to enjoy the solitude of the ranch for Dry RV Camping. Remember, the high desert is not only magnificent, but year-round you can enjoy crisp weather in the Fall and Winter and warm temperatures in the Spring and Summer months. We often get plenty of out of the Country tourists to visit the ranch in the middle of Summer, where temperatures can reach 110 degrees. But as they say, “It’s a dry heat!”  Learn more about this land:Semi-flat and graded 10 acres available for Dry Camping, plus exclusive spots where parking is allowed also with great view. However, you must have 4WD to access these special spots. The view of the Northern desert and mountain range is truly spectacular. On clear days, from our high spot, the crown and tip of Mount Whitney can be seen. Truly a beautiful spot to just sit back and enjoy the Majesty of the Mojave Desert, or venture from there to incredible sites and locations in the desert. We also have available GPS files to use with your GPS unit to explore the desert. From ten mile loops to over 70-mile loops and longer. Ask for them. Also guided tours are available for individuals or for a group. These need to be booked in the advance.Please note this booking includes one vehicle, extra vehicles are $29 each per night and you'll need to pay with cash upon arrival. 
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Paradise Shores Camp

46 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Bridgeport, Mono
We're a family owned RV Park & Campground located on the shores of Bridgeport Reservoir. Together with our crew, we're excited to welcome you into our newly adopted home. We believe in campfires, starry nights, good laughs, exploration, a deep sleep and an early rise. The mountains are a place to get back to basics, a place to explore, to breathe. So turn off your phone and turn on your senses. It’s important to us that our guests don’t feel they are renting a tent/RV site or a camper as much as they’re immersing themselves into the outdoor experience. You may just want to sit outside and read for days, enjoy campfires and eat s'mores. For more adventurous, there's a full slate of self-guided recreational activities, such as hiking, kayaking, fishing, ATVing, rock climbing, biking, natural water slides, stand up paddle boards, bird watching, available in the area. We do have modern conveniences such as wifi internet; however, we encourage our guests to “unplug” and immerse in the slow paced life instead. At Paradise Shores, we believe in protecting people, animals and the planet. We make sure that the majority of products we use at our camp is recycled, composted, or re-used. We prefer to use products that are produced in a sustainable way and avoid those that aren't. We are continuously reducing the amount of waste we generate and actively promote recycling of aluminum, plastic, glass, and cardboard. We pack our own recycling and haul it to the nearest recycling facility which is an hour away. We co-opt the drive with other activities to reduce waste. We don’t use individually packaged toiletries or one-use products. We use plant and planet friendly detergent. We're based in a desert. We share our precious water with the entire planet. With only 326 million cubic miles of water on the earth, the decreasing amounts of access to quality fresh water is alarming to us. We monitor how we use water in our day-to-day activities and are constantly working on ways to reduce our consumption of fresh water resources. We hope you can help us maintain this greener camping! We hope Paradise Shores Camp becomes your home as it is ours. It’s located in one of the most spectacular areas in the world. We’re surrounded on three sides by the high Sierra Nevada Mountains. Yosemite National Park, Tuolumne Meadows, Mono Lake, June Lake, Virginia Lakes, and Twin Lakes, as well as the historic gold-mining town of Bodie, CA are all within a short drive from our place. We're proud to know this area intimately and are excited to share the secret spots with you. The excellent hiking/running trails including the Pacific Crest Trail, thousands of miles of ATV, dirt bike and mountain bike trails are accessible right from our camp or within a short drive from here. The surrounding terrain offers endless activities and unbelievable scenery in remote wilderness settings.
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Bridgeport Reservoir Campground

33 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · Mono
Bridgeport Reservoir is a lake at the lower end of Bridgeport Valley in Mono County, California. Its earth-filled dam was constructed in 1923 by the Walker River Irrigation District, along the East Walker River. The campground and marina was built I-don't-know-how-long ago, but it sure is nice! About Us: Welcome to Bridgeport Reservoir Marina and Campground. Join us for the classic camping and fishing experience with unique views of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Within the Toiyabe National Forest, Bridgeport Reservoir Marina and Campground is conveniently located near two distinct hot spring areas. A true angler's paradise, the Reservoir has excellent trout fishing from spring through fall and is close by to multiple rivers for incredible fly fishing. A short 30-minute drive to Tioga pass will bring you straight into the heart of Yosemite National Park. Off-road enthusiasts will have a heyday will the plethora of 4x4 trails in the area as well as the famous trail that brings you right to the Bodie Ghost Town. Climate & Ecosystem: At 6,400 feet (1,950 meters), this high desert climate has little to moderate tree coverage and gets hot during the days and cool at night. The conditions are much like Joshua Tree National Park or Alabama Hills camping area. During your visit, you will notice many flying insects that resemble mosquitos. These Chironomidae are harmless and do not bite. On the contrary, the mosquito presence is very minimal. Lake Levels: Due to this devastating drought across California and the Western United States, reservoir levels are low. As of August 1st, 2022, Bridgeport Reservoir is approximately 25 feet below normal. Swimming is not advisable at this time, but fishing and boating activities are still up and running.
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River Ranch Campgrounds

21 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Twain Harte, Tuolumne
At River Ranch Campgrounds, Tuolumne, CA we offer a wide range of activities to make your stay enjoyable. Take a hike on one of the many trails winding through the Stanislaus National Forest at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains, or cast a line in the North Fork of the Tuolumne River or Basin Creek for some great native fishing. After a long day of exploration, come back to the campgrounds and relax by the firepit or enjoy a picnic in one of our many picnic areas. Activities in the campground include horseshoes and volleyball. We pride ourselves on blending nature and family camping in a safe, serene environment. We offer water hookups and centrally located restrooms with heated showers to make your stay comfortable and convenient.
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Mercey Hot Springs Resort

24 sites · RVs, Tents144 acres · South Dos Palos, Fresno
Mercey hot springs is an off grid natural hot springs oasis located in the Diablo range of Central California, 13 miles west of I-5. With 20 individual outdoor tubs, stunning natural surroundings, Mercey is a magical place for you to unwind, relax, heal and enjoy nature. You can hike and mountain bike in our quiet 144 acre property or just chill, observe the wildlife and birds that call Mercey home. Experience Tranquility at its best!
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The Hill Fort - Camelot

18 sites · RVs, Tents48 acres · Greenfield, Monterey
Camelot was founded on the Summer Solstice, in the year 2000, by a small group of like minded people as a peaceful refuge from the trappings and ills of society. The name "Camelot" was chosen because of the groups' belief in a round table approach to problem solving, and the desire to reach a unanimous group consensus in any course of action which might affect any one individual of the group. A pendragon was elected as the the lifetime group leader, or "first among equals". This position exists today, though the members of the original group have faded into history.
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Pismo Sands RV Resort

83 sites · RVs12 acres · Oceano, San Luis Obispo
Off the beaten path, yet near the beach, the caves, kayaking, shell-collecting, surfing, fishing, and all the reasons you come to California’s Central Coast. It’s beautiful here. It’s natural. And it’s just perfect for you. Come in your RV and stay as long as you like – you don’t have to leave!Conveniently located near the Halcyon Road exit of US 101, Pismo Sands RV Resort offers 133-level, paved, full hook-up sites with 20/30/50 amp electric. Our pull-thru and back-in sites will accommodate RVs of up to 40 feet in length. FREE WiFi and cable TV are available at every site.Pismo Sands RV Resort also features four fully-equipped vacation cottages for 4-6 folks who want the resort experience without the RV. These cottages are roomy and fully furnished. Bedding and towels are provided. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher. You’ll have a regular-sized bedroom, sofa bed, bathroom with shower, outside deck with patio furniture, and flat-screen TVs in the living room and bedroom. While in the area, visit Hearst Castle, taste wines, see Dinosaur Caves, take a butterfly tour, go hiking, fishing, or horseback riding, play golf, or try a Hummer tour of the dunes. Enjoy all the new and exciting experiences Pismo Beach has to offer. YOUR AFFORDABLE RATE INCLUDES…• Immaculate restrooms and showers • Some sites are ADA accessible • Modern laundry facility • Controlled access gate for safety • Smooth, paved streets for easy walking • Roomy enough for all slide-outs • Patio and picnic table at every site • FREE WiFi and cable TV • Grass areas • Dump station • Onsite management and management office • Use of all the deluxe Amenities• We’re pet friendly!• Sorry, no tent camping• RV Check-in 1 p.m. & Check out at 12 p.m
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Open Desert Camping- Horse friendly

20 sites · RVs10 acres · Palmdale, Los Angeles
Learn more about this land:Come and enjoy open desert camping for a nice break away from city life. Sleep under the stars while enjoying the tranquility of nature in your camper or tents. Whether your trip is to enjoy a silent yoga retreat or rev up your dirt bikes, it's a perfect spot for all. Horseback riding is available, sold separately.
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