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Sequoia Mountain Farms

· Miramonte, Fresno, California
10 acres hosted by Andrew C.
5 RV/tent sites · 69 tent sites
Near Kings Canyon National Park
Within a 30-minute drive from the Kings Entrance.
Amazing views
Hipcampers say this spot has amazing views.
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
Welcome campers! PLEASE read all of the below before booking and screenshot/print the BELOW DIRECTIONS, as google and other mapping apps have taken guests on very difficult routes. Trust us, mapping apps don't account for the issues of small mountain roads! We have over 10 acres of stunning campground nestled only 15-20 minutes from the North entrance to the Sequoias! We have multiple sites to accommodate every type of camping from tent camping to tents-attached-to-cars and trucks, to pop-up campers to RVs with or without power and water hookups. Please see our RV hook-up spaces on our sister post! (RV sites at Sequoia Mountain Farms). There are wonderful views down into the valley, at night with sunsets off-the-hook, and city lights twinkling in the valley distance. Pick your spot and enjoy! First come-first serve, with multiple sites for large groups which can be reserved. Hot showers now available for all campers at no extra charge! We offer three sizes of campsites with different prices and capacities explained below. SMALL: Price includes 1 vehicle, and up to 3 people. Extra vehicle: $7/night/per vehicle (unlimited number allowed, but may need to park on the campground road, nearby). Extra person: No extra persons allowed in small sites (3 max). Small site #s (9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32, 35, and 36) MEDIUM: Price includes 1 vehicle, and up to 3 people. Extra vehicle: $7/night/per vehicle (unlimited number allowed, but may need to park on the campground road, nearby). Extra person: $10/night (maximum of 10 persons allowed in medium sites. Medium site #s (3, 5, 8, 16, 18, 29, 30, 33, 34, 37) LARGE: Price includes 2 vehicles, and up to three people. Extra vehicle: $7/night/per vehicle (unlimited number allowed, but may need to park on the campground road, nearby). Extra person: $10/night/per person. Large site #s (1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 17, 24) Sites 1, 6, and 17 can accommodate RVs/trailers without any hookups. If you need hookups, then see our RV sites. We have two of them. DIRECTIONS: Navigator apps push anyone coming from the south up the 245 highway north. It is a very winding and slow climb up the hill. It's doable (except large rigs), but we HIGHLY recommend continuing north on highway 99 to Fresno and then heading east on highway 180 up the mountain. It's faster, much more scenic and a smoother drive. This route also goes right by the nearest gas station on your way up! Coming east on highway 180, out of Fresno, that gas station is a Valero at 35468 E Kings Canyon Rd. aka Clingan's Junction. From Clingan's, head east on the 180 for exactly 13.8 miles to the 245 highway (it comes up quick with only 1 or 2 small signs), make a right, heading south. If you hit the park entrance, you went too far, turn around drive back about 5 min and look for the 245 on your left. Once on the 245 heading south, go 5.1 miles. On your right you will pass the 'Pinehurst Lodge', which is on google, an easy reference point and is 1 minute or less away (great food!). Then a few seconds later the U.S Forest Service "Work Center" is on the right and we are just past that on the same side of the road. First you will see a Giant Sequoia Tree in the front yard (campground road is just to it's right with orange cones on either side) then the apple ranch with the ole loggers cabin chimney from the late 1800s still standing in the front yard directly off the highway! If you hit the 'leaving sequoia national forest' sign and the community center, you went too far, turn around and drive 1 minute back and look for the apple ranch on your left, pass it and then turn left after the Sequoia tree into the gravel road with the orange cones coming from this direction. ARRIVAL: Entering the property, the road will go slightly downhill and curve to the left. Stay to your left and our self check-in station will be on your left (If you hit the showers and restrooms, you went too far). Please fill out one of our check-in slips; putting the original in the box and the carbon copy on your site number sign at your site. A host is usually around working somewhere and makes multiple rounds on the camp daily. Please take note of the posted pics from directly across the street facing what you will see when you get here. The address sign is posted on a tree and you can see the apple orchard and ole loggers chimney from the road off to the left and the Giant Sequoia Tree on the right of the address sign with the main entrance just to the right (north) of the tree (with the orange cones). There are 3 gates.: The FAR RIGHT GATE (north gate), just to the right of the Sequoia Tree, goes to the campsites! Look for the graveled road with orange cones / solar lights easily visible from the road. The MIDDLE GATE (just to the right of the address sign and mailbox) is for the two RV hook up sites in the big pad / yard directly off the road. These are back in sites, no pull-through access. The FAR LEFT and southern most gate (to the left of the address sign and mailbox) is closest to the apple ranch and chimney; leads to the house which is also a rental. Please do not approach the house or back yard unless instructed otherwise. Thank you for understanding. We look forward to seeing you soon at Sequoia Mountain Farms!!! :) Please message us for any questions! We are happy to help! We want you to have the best experience possible, so if we can help, we definitely will! Also, please check the weather online before you come up to the mountain! Just know we are operating under the assumption that you are aware of the conditions and are prepared for them. If nature happens message us and we will do our best to assist! :)
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389 ratings · 297 reviews
Alex I.recommends
April 2, 2024
RV01 - RV Site 1 - 30 amp
Great host, views, and amenities!
Fantastic host! Very communicative and easy to work with. Site had everything we needed: level spot, RV water and power. Short walk (or drive down the driveway) to the main tent campsite area with pristine showers and flush toilets, plus an info station with maps and trail recs. Beautiful views and great amenities. Highly recommend!
Breanna S.recommends
March 29, 2024
RV02 - RV Site 2 - 50amp
It was an excellent stay, the grounds were great to walk around on with a great sunset. Driving there I would suggest 180 if you have a trailer, Dunlap Rd had quite a bit of turns but was better then the alternatives.
Owen G.recommends
March 22, 2024
CG 37 Medium Camp Site
As long as you follow the instructions it’s easy to find. Great campsites, good facilities, the host is very responsive to any questions; all around great experience
Shania B.recommends
March 17, 2024
CG09 - Small Campsite - 4000 ft elv
The Perfect Site
We loved camping here! Easy to find if you follow the directions provided by the host. The sites were the perfect size, nice and level with easy access to the bathroom and stunning views right at our site! Andy was very kind upon our arrival and gave us all the info we needed. This is our favorite site we’ve experienced on our 10 day trip!
Nandkishore K.recommends
March 16, 2024
CG09 - Small Campsite - 4000 ft elv
Hosts were polite and super helpful even at odd hours. We liked the view from our camping ground.
Ryan D.
November 15, 2023
RV02 - RV Site 2 - 50amp
The RV sites at the Sequoia Mountain Farms campground were level and well equipped. The site was very close to the big stump entrance to kings canyon and sequoia, and made for a capable basecamp as we explored the parks. The directions made it seem difficult to find, but we thought it was straightforward, although a challenging drive at times. We were in a 25ft RV and I would recommend AGAINST taking Dunlap. It's a narrow and winding switchback. The best way to/from the site is 180. 245 is tough too, but short if you take 180. We did have one major issue with our stay. Andrew was communicative leading up to the trip, but in the 24 hours before our stay, I didn't hear back regarding some questions around driving directions. We found the place anyways and setup, we never saw Andrew... At 2AM on our second night, me, my wife, and our 1 y.o. daughter were woken up by Andrew banging on our camper door. He told me he had no reservations and seemed to think we were trespassers. Half asleep, I was stunned and momentarily convinced I was in the wrong place or messed up the dates. After a brief but intense conversation, he decided we were OK and let us stay. The confusion seemed to be because it was after midnight and he saw no reservations for Friday night? I'm still not totally sure what the problem was. I guess he forgot we booked a site? I get that mix-ups happen, but this was dealt with poorly and terrified my wife. We'll stay somewhere else next time.
Miramonte, Fresno, California, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Nyyhmy (Western Mono/Monache) and Yokuts First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Andrew C.Joined in April 2021
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