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Visited this site early in June 2018. To get to the site, you must first climb the twisting mountain road into the Sequoia National Park at 7,000 ft. As you enter the park, you need a park pass at 35 dollars for one park or...More
We are from Minnesota and camped for 2 nights at Upper Stony Creek Campground. Very nice place and well maintained. Outhouses were always very clean. Campground host was very pleasant and hard working!!! Great location between Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks
On our way to hike to Foresters Pass, Sequoia National Park, CA we stayed one night at Stony Creek campground. It's a very large site with a range of great spots. We found one right along the river so while not at water level it...More
We were in site #24, which was on the far corner away from the creek. The cool thing about being on the end was our deer visitors. We stayed for only one night, but we saw deer in the evening and again in the morning....More
This is a convenient, well kept, and nicely situated developed campground located just outside of Sequoia National Park in the National Forest along Generals Highway. Conveniently located to both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. I spent 2 nights here, and loved it! The camp...More
Response from Allons-y2016 | Reviewed this property |
I did not observe any overflow parking. The entrance to the campground is small and you must immediately turn right to start down the narrow, one-lane road that wraps around the grounds. The host site is immediately on the... More
I did not observe any overflow parking. The entrance to the campground is small and you must immediately turn right to start down the narrow, one-lane road that wraps around the grounds. The host site is immediately on the right at the front. There may have been some limited additional parking spaces on the left of the entrance but you would have to drive around the entire loop til the end to park there. Again, I did not observe any additional parking spaces so I can't say with confidence there is any. The campground is also right on the main thorough fare that runs through the park so there is no parking there either unless you are temporarily pulling over. If may be able to park at the hotel/gas station/giftshop up the road a ways but that would be quite a walk back to the campground.