Tucked next to the Kaweah River at an elevation of 6,700 ft, Lodgepole Campground boasts a visitor center, market (that sells ice and firewood), showers, and laundry facilities. Reserve a tent or RV campsite up to 1 month in advance so snag your spot ASAP!
Each campsite comes with:
Check-in: After 12 PM · Check-out: 12 PM
Quiet hours: 10 PM to 6 AM
Nightly Fee: $22
View Lodgepole Campground map
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