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Stony Creek Campground

Rt 198, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA
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    Reviewed 5 June 2016
    Gorgeous and peaceful
    My family went on a cross country camping trip and visited 10... more
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    Crestline, California
    Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

    I will never go back to this campground again. Booked a week and two large loud groups came in and were drunk, loud and were using and selling drugs right near our campsite. The groups merged making one super group which used profanity, discussed sex, and actually had sex out in the open. Even though there was a supposed quiet...

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    1Thank mtntea
    Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

    Being fond of somewhat secluded and natural settings, these campsites were of decent size/layout, yet without much privacy from other sites or the roadway. It was in a beautiful stand of trees with a gorgeous stony creek nearby (as advertised) and a resident deer with her baby faun foraging daily, but the campgrounds were by well maintained for the price...

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    Thank Sam D
    Indianapolis
    Reviewed 5 June 2016

    My family went on a cross country camping trip and visited 10 national parks. Stony Creek campground was one of the most beautiful places we camped by far. We stayed in May so it was still pretty cold but the campground was still mostly full. None of the sites are too close together which makes for a better experience. We...

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    Thank Jennifer A
    New York, NY
    Reviewed 12 September 2015

    Dorst Creek, it is named, is maybe 15 minute drive north of the main village where lodgepole campground is situated. At the end of August, not exactly the start of low season, yet this really large and well-spaced campground was very empty, partly I think due to the wild fire that had been going on in Kings Canyon, which was...

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    1Thank Bo L
    New York City, New York
    Reviewed 23 August 2015

    When my boyfriend and I arrived at our campground, we were a little worried about how close the campsites were. Luckily, we had a walk in campsite which meant we were secluded.. and had the soothing sounds of the nearby creek to fall asleep to. The campsite was perfect for star gazing- it was the week of the Perseid meteor...

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    3Thank WildernessT
    New York City, New York
    Reviewed 19 July 2015 via mobile

    After extensive search I found lot on the NPS website,don't be discouraged by anyone saying its too late to find a spot. I stayed at stony creek for 2 nights booked online cost $57. I drove from las Vegas around 9 hrs not bad. I choose site#4 at stony creek and loved it. It was a 30 mins drive to...

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    4Thank D0nly1
    lake havasu city, az
    Reviewed 19 July 2015

    pros -easy drive to Lodgepole where you can take buses to see Sherman / Moro Rock / Tokopah Falls Trail etc. -easy drive to Lake Hume - Sandy Cove (20 min drive down to the lake). After hiking in the morning, we spent the afternoons relaxing on the shoreline and splashing in the lake. -small, quiet campground with flush toilets...

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    3Thank havasusam
    Los Angeles, California
    Reviewed 14 December 2014

    We went camping to beautiful Sequoia National Park for our Anniversary this September and booked a site at Lower Stony Creek Campground. After being there I can say it was the best decision I made. The sites were spacious, well kept, and calm. There are fire pits to cook in, pretty big bear lockers to store food in , and...

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    5Thank Liz G
    Reviewed 2 September 2014 via mobile

    This review is for upper stony creek located right across from stony creek campground. This campground is small and peaceful. Think theres about 21 sites one loop and one restroom vault toilet and about 3 water spigots. No paved road so expect dust too fly your way when vehicles pass by. Sites 15-20 are closest too the river. Pay Showers...

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    4Thank Gbus92570
    Reviewed 6 July 2014 via mobile

    We stayed at Stoney Creek on the weekend before Fourth of July. The campsite was small, about 50 spots. I believe our spot (23) was the best! A forest of trees right behind us, far from the neighboring site (which was a double site) and not too close to other neighbors on the right. This site was completely shaded!! Slight...

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    Address: Rt 198, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA
    Region: United States > California > Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
    Number of rooms: 67
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     of 5 bubbles lizg451, 14 Dec 2014 | Read review
    “There are no rooms, just old fashion camping. I would not recommend for people with giant motor homes.”
     of 5 bubbles michellemH5358TQ, 17 Jun 2014 | Read review
    “We stayed at camp site 17 which was nice. I would recommend sites 9, 11, or 12 if you have kids who like playing around on big boulders. There are also walk-in sites behind those drive in sites that are right next to the creek, a small waterfall and a swimming hole.”
     of 5 bubbles WrldTrvlr9, 17 Aug 2012 | Read review
    “you will need midgy spray or cream as there are lots of the little blighters. Dont leave it out as it may attract the bears :-)”
     of 5 bubbles Briar54, 2 Jul 2012 | Read review
    “It's centrally located in the Park, but only has 10 rooms, book early or keep checking for cancellations.”
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