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Reviewed 26 August 2017

My husband, a friend and I stayed in a walk-up site (#67) in the Dorst Creek campground in August. It was very peaceful, we had no noise of generators or confusion about where out site was in relation to other campers, the bear-proof food locker...More

Thank valerie r
Reviewed 17 August 2017

My review is difficult because the site itself gets 5 stars. It was large and shaded, although you have to search because some of the sites are tiny. However, the noise level after curfew was absolutely ridiculous and the rangers did not seem to care...More

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Reviewed 8 August 2017

This Campground is very nicely located in the middle of the Park. It has fantastic trails to the Creek and John Muir Sequoia Grove. The Campground is perfect for groups or multiple sites as many are very close together and clustered, however if you choose...More

Thank Ken S
Reviewed 4 August 2017

Nice campground near Lodgepole and the Giant forest. We had a walk-in site on a giant slope, but luckily there was a flat space provided for tents. The area is forested on a small creek that leads to a rocky granite area and waterfall. A...More

Thank Lmattes2
Reviewed 2 August 2017

we came on a family group of about 20. We stayed for three nights. We had a great time. Restroom have no electricity, no sink to wash dishes, and no showers. If you wish to take a shower you two choices: 1. Drive to Stony...More

Thank Bayunco
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Dorst Campground has 204 campsites.
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Jane M
7 June 2017|
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It's not one per site but shared among multiple sites. Usually not too far, though. Some campground will say to dispose in a drain usually next to the bathroom but unless stated, I think it's OK to dispose into the ground as... More
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Michelle C
3 June 2017|
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If you look at the booking page, it will say no tents. So technically, no. How strong the enforcement is, I have no idea.
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"Get a site near the creek for soothing rushing water sounds at night!"
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"Sites in the 99 to 127 were very peaceful"
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"warm cloths for the night...it's very cold even in summer"
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