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Campgrounds in and around Big Pine
Lake Olancha RV Park and CampgroundWelcome to breathtaking views from our 100-acre RV retreat, settled along a one-mile circumference around beautiful Olancha Lake. ¯From our campsite you'll find the majestic, snowcapped Sierra Mountains to the West and Death Valley to the East. Enter a 400-foot, rock walled entrance to our serene, lakeside surroundings.
Bass Lake, CA
Outdoorsy YosemiteNestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Outdoorsy Yosemite offers an unparalleled camping experience that combines the beauty of nature with the comfort of modern amenities. With its crystal-clear waters, breathtaking views, and lush forests, Bass Lake is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.At Outdoorsy Yosemite, you'll have the opportunity to create lasting memories with your loved ones as you explore the great outdoors. Whether you want to swim, boat, fish, or hike, there's something for everyone here. The campground offers a wide range of activities, including kayaking, paddle boarding, horseback riding, and mountain biking. And with Yosemite National Park just a short drive away, you'll have even more opportunities for adventure.But even when you're not out exploring, Outdoorsy Yosemite has plenty to keep you entertained. Take a dip in the pool or enjoy a game of basketball. There are also plenty of opportunities to socialize with other campers, whether it's at a campfire or a potluck dinner.When it's time to wind down for the night, you'll appreciate the comfort and convenience of the campground's accommodations. Choose from a variety of camping options, including tent sites, RV sites, and cabins. And with amenities like Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and a general store, you'll have everything you need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.At Outdoorsy Yosemite, you'll experience the best of both worlds – the tranquility of nature and the convenience of modern amenities. So why wait? Book your stay today and start making memories that will last a lifetime.
Mountain Ranch, CA
Lazy G Ranch by TentrrOfficial Tentrr site. Tentrr is a trusted partner of BookOutdoors.Each camp site is next to a year round creek in a meadow surrounded by trees.Sites include picnic table, charcoal BBQ pits, access to potty, community volley ball net and tetherball in the meadow. Each site can accommodate up to 10 campers comfortably and 2 cars. There is over flow parking up by the entrance to the meadow and camp sites off of the dirt road. Lots of wild life including birds, great blue heron, deer, fox, rabbits, and so much more! There is direct access to hiking, biking trails and horseback riding trails. Camp sites are 3 miles off of the power grid in the Sierra Mountains, located in a secluded area on private property, backed up to the Stanislaus National Forest. Unfortunately burning has been suspended in our area for the summer but we do offer tall out door patio heaters that provide for heat in the cool evenings and give a nice ambiance to your camping experience. The heaters are available during check out or you are welcome to bring your own. Location: Fort Jones, Calaveras County, CA.Nearby places to see: Calaveras Big Trees State Park, Columbia State Historic Park, Indian Grinding Rock, Stanislaus National Forest, San Antonio Creek Falls. White Pines Lake. Wine Tasting in Murphys, CA.
Joshua Tree Ranch Los Angeles by TentrrOfficial Tentrr site. Tentrr is a trusted partner of BookOutdoors.This is 2.5 acres of protected Joshua Tree lands in the Antelope Valley north of LA, between the snowy Tehachapi Mountains, and the rolling green foothills of the also-snowy San Gabriel Mountains. My first time out there I saw BOTH ENDS of a rainbow in front of the snowy Tehachapis!! Super dark skies, and a million stars at night. It feels like the wild west out here. Think long dirt roads, tumbleweeds, bones, and maybe some old bullet shells (there's no shooting allowed on the property anymore). The property itself is along a "road" called Avenue C, but I'd be shocked if you encountered anyone driving along there. Except possibly another group of campers. This land used to be the domain of the Ketanemuk tribe, which I think means People From The East. In the summer they would go up and hunt and get pine nuts in the Tehachapi Mountains, and acorns from the oak trees in the San Gabriels. About a 20 minute drive from the town of Neenach (pronounced Nee-nack), where there's a general store and a cafe. They make a great breakfast burrito. A few minutes from the State Poppy Reserve, which blooms in the spring with miles of California poppies. If you have a larger group or event in mind, get in touch! We can figure out how to accommodate you.
Wetlands Overlook by TentrrOfficial Tentrr site. Tentrr is a trusted partner of BookOutdoors.Come Glamp under our Oaks with a bird's eye view of the Harkins Slough. Ideal for birdwatching enthusiasts; osprey, redtails, kestrel, kites, and most of the small ones too! We provide; an 8x10 canvast tent with memory foam camp mattress and heater. Outside of the tent; fire pit, lanterns, bbq, water, one extension cord to the fire pit area, and a porta-potty and hand washing station in the parking area. We are centrally located between Monterey and Santa Cruz, we are near a small plane airport but they tend to quiet down at sunset.
Walnut Grove, CA
Snug Harbor RV Park & MarinaSnug Harbor is one of the few truly waterfront or riverfront privately-owned parks in the amazing Sacramento San Joaquin River Delta area of Northern California. Located near the smaller Delta towns of Rio Vista, Walnut Grove, Isleton, Locke, and of course, the largest city is Sacramento which is 36 miles northeast of us. We are also a 15 minute drive from the Delta wine tasting region in Clarksburg, or 25 minutes from the Lodi wine tasting region or 60 minutes from the Napa Valley region!Stay at the resort to enjoy the rural beauty of the Delta and spend your days fishing and crabbing or explore all the campground amenities and planned activities or take a short drive to any of the many major local attractions like Six Flags Marine World, Big Bear Park and Golden State Museum.
Big Pine, CA
Glacier LodgeEstablished in 1917, Glacier Lodge, nestled at just below 8,000 feet on Big Pine Creek, has always been the gateway to some of the best hiking, fishing, hunting and climbing in the country. And as the new owners, we are here to help you with whatever experience you desire. Up here, Silence. It's the first thing you hear after you take a deep breath of mountain air, filling your lungs deeply with the healthy pine scent and letting it out slowly. You can hear the sweet breeze through the pine trees and feel it's coolness on your bare skin. You see into forever, and the mountains soar toward the bluest blue sky you've ever seen. If you choose to rough it with us during the off-season, you will experience a brisk cold, howling winds and often light snowflakes covering the ground. Campfires are cozy as you sit outside and enjoy the scenery. After all, you are here to enjoy the outdoors.....right??In 1998, an electrical fire burned the main lodge to the ground. It was a great loss for all of us. This was one of many fires that has plagued mountain resorts in years past. We are planning on rebuilding the Majestic Glacier Lodge as early as 2023. In the meantime, 8 rustic cabins remain open for rental and allow easy access to the beautiful high country along with back-in partial and full-service sites for RVs. We look forward to hearing from you and visiting with you when you arrive. Pets, including cats are welcome, and campfires, if used carefully, are allowed in the pits outside each cabin. Open Dates: April 1 to November 7
Crowley Lake, CA
Crowley Lake Fish CampCrowley Lake RV Park is located near Crowley Lake, California. We feature full 30 amp hookup campsites that are big rig friendly for RVs of up to 40 feet in length. The park allows pets and has free WiFi and 24-channel cable TV. Campsite amenities offered include the Crowley Lake General Store, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with coin operated hot showers and laundry facilities. Biking, waterskiing, boating, and fishing are some of the activities you can enjoy during your stay here. The campground is close to attractions like: the Eastern Sierras, Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort, Crowley Lake, and Pleasant Valley Reservoir. There's plenty to explore and do here!
Lone Pine, CA
Boulder Creek RV ResortWith the Sierra Nevada Mountains as our backdrop, and located on the doorstep to Mt. Whitney, the historic town of Lone Pine has been immortalized in film history. Boulder Creek celebrates the outdoors and the wonders of the West with guests who hail from all over and share a love of the outdoors and Recreational Vehicles that we are excited to welcome you to.
Shaver Lake, CA
Wishon Village RV ResortWishon Village RV Park is conveniently located 75 miles from Fresno, California, at an elevation of 6,600 feet above sea level. It is just a mile from Wishon Reservoir and seven miles from Courtright Reservoir.Our quaint summer resort features an RV Park with 96 spacious full hook-up sites, a cozy Cabin Rental, and two nicely appointed RV rental units. We also have a tent camping area and an old-fashioned General Store complete with a Gift Ship, Groceries, and activities. You’ll also find boats for rent, great trout fishing, and a friendly atmosphere.We offer RV sites, tent sites, RV rentals, cabin rentals, and boat rentals.Come enjoy the outdoors. Go fishing at Wishon or Courtright Reservoirs, hike into the John Muir Wilderness, take a Jeep trail, or just hang out and enjoy the campfire.
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Camp High SierraWith a historic recreational lodge and views of the Sherwins, Mammoth Mountain, and the Mammoth Crest, Camp High Sierra has been a family-favorite campground for over 100 years. Ideally located between town and the Lakes Basin, this is the perfect basecamp for all your favorite Mammoth activities.
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