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Diaz Lake Campground

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Three miles south of Lone Pine on U.S 395, Lone Pine, CA 93545
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#6 of 7 Speciality lodging in Lone Pine
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Wildwoodatheart wrote a review Sep 2020
Santa Rosa, California675 contributions241 helpful votes
We were in the area on an EXTREMELY hot day, around 105 degrees. We drove past the lake on our way into town, and it looked nice. So we doubled back late in the day, around 5pm. It was a Sunday, so the campground had pretty much emptied out by this time. We went to one of the public access areas to wade and swim in the lake. There was a family of four there, and that was it. We were easily able to stay distant from them, and it felt so good to go into the lake. It was beautiful and peaceful there, and we watched as the sun set. I can't speak for the campgrounds, although we could see the sites across the lake. But we enjoyed our time there.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Andrew wrote a review Sep 2020
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Booked online and when we arrived someone took our site. He claimed he paid for it and showed a receipt. There were no campground hosts or rangers around anywhere. We put up a tent in the day use area, and we thought maybe it won’t be so bad. After seeing how jam packed the campsites were we didn’t really want to be around so many people. It looked like a COVID breading ground. Unfortunately or new location was terrible also, music was blasting from multiple sites until ~ 1am. We could not sleep.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Christina C wrote a review Oct 2019
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We camped among the cotton wood trees within feet of the lake. The outhouses were clean. Water was not potable, and there are no hookups. It was a great place to camp off grid. A family with a tent right next to the lake were having luck with fishing.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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SeaEmZed wrote a review Aug 2019
Dordrecht, The Netherlands23 contributions17 helpful votes
Nice spots overlooking the lake, very basic, very cheap, however not really well kept up. We camped with a motor-home - no hook up. Toilets and showers were run down and dirty, luckily we had our own, I really felt for the campers in tents. We stayed 2 nights and made the most of it, but if it were up to me I would have moved on after 1 night. It was nice and quiet. Only one morning campers close by had a speed boat who went out on the lake fairly early in the morning. There were a lot of little mosquitoes or tiny flies that were bothersome during dinner, luckily once the winds started blowing they left as well. Lone Pine was a sweet little city just 3 miles north. Extra plus point was that they had a restaurant with gluten free cooking!
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Date of stay: July 2019
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FitnessTrekker wrote a review Jul 2019
Riverside, California271 contributions29 helpful votes
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First time camping here. We chose the best camping spot with shad in the daytime, near the lake for fishing, 2 picnic tables, and a firepit. It was beautiful and peaceful. The swim location was great too!
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Diaz Lake Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Diaz Lake Campground?
Nearby attractions include Alabama Hills (7.2 km), Museum of Western Film History (4.7 km), and Inyo National Forest (4.8 km).
What are some restaurants close to Diaz Lake Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Alabama Hills Cafe and Bakery, Season's Restaurant, and Margie's Merry Go-Round.
Are there any historical sites close to Diaz Lake Campground?
Many travellers enjoy visiting California Historical Landmark 507 (6.9 km).