The map is perfect. In terms of activities, Sequoia National Forest has it all. Catch some pretty rainbow trout, like this guy. Sites are released on a 6-month rolling basis. Black Springs is the main OHV area, with more than 100 miles of trails and roads for you to explore. Prices are provided by our partners for one room, with variable occupancy rules as provided by the property, and reflect total costs of the stay, including all taxes and fees known to our partners. If you have a paddle boat of any kind, you’ll want to bring it out while you’re here. (For now!) Only negative was there is no "assigned" nearby pantry to wash pans, etc. Really this place is full of flowing water, lakes, and reservoirs, so wherever you end up, you’ll want your swim suit. Sharing is caring, y'all. Wanna zip around with your small motorboat across clear water surrounded by towering granite peaks? You ca...Read more. At least 4 dryers and such a clean room. Not only can you do that in...Read more. Wanna zip around with your small motorboat across clear water surrounded by towering granite peaks? If all this geology talk got your attention, check out the Columns of the Giants trail which is a short ¼ mile hike to some basalt columns. There are almost 314,500 acres of wilderness located here. There are 43 single campsites and one double-family campsite. We had some great conversations and learned interesting information about being a camp host and living in the park! Other than that, Stanislaus is your O(HV)yster. Natural features you'll find at Big Meadow Campground. From CA-180, you will enter Sequoia National Forest. With all the epic rock formations here, you know there are gonna be some sweet climbing options. Very disappointing. Works just like a carwash add more quarters if you need. Plenty of hot water and plenty of room in the shower itself. The site had plenty of room and we weren't too close to our neighbors. If your horse is concerned about the high elevation (or if, and you can admit this to us, you are) you can stick to lower Highway 108 and Highway 120. Be sure to check it out! After welcoming our friends to our campsite and eating a delicious lunch, we decided to take it easy and go back to Buck Rock Lookout. For the first couple of days, it was just me, Dennis, and Ellie. We integrate with the National Weather Service to provide valuable fire advisories to Hosts and Hipcampers. The section had a lot trees and probably would be cooler in the summer. Offers 217 campsites with full ammenities. Learn more about our photo removal policy if you would like to proceed with flagging this photo for removal. Seriously, look at it. And of course, anywhere you see a beckoning granite wall (which will be most places you look), climb it. hooks on the door to hang what you want and a nice small bench to put things on. Sequoia National Forest has over 50 developed campgrounds, so you have several accommodation options throughout the park. All the sites are secluded, shaded, and big, making your stay not interfere with your neighbors too much. Not the case for here. After two exhausting days of back-to-back hikes, we were ready to take it easy and explore the area around Big Meadow Campground. This amazing forest covers 1.1 million acres in three counties. That’s right water babies, you can even windsurf here. Camping in Shenandoah National Park can be a fun and rewarding experience. Call a ranger to learn more about this camp at (209) 532-3671. For our second trip, we stayed at Big Meadow Campground. The camp host was extremely friendly. Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers, trailers, RVs. In September 2019, we took another camping trip to the Sequoia National Forest and stayed in Big Meadow Campground. Enjoy! You can even snowmobile on certain trails out here, if you’re itching to fly through powdery snow. Welcome to Big Meadows Campground. All other campsites in the Great Smoky Mountains. If you choose the walk up option, I strongly recommend you start your camping mid-week.