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Lone Pine Campground

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El Cajon, California
Reviewed 31 October 2016

We first came to this campground over thirty years ago and loved it. There is a small stream running alongside and a great view of Mt. Whitney. The sites are on the small side. More suitable for tents than motor homes. On my most recent visit I found it in need of some maintenance and repairs. Still, if you want...

Thank Don C
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

We stayed one night at the Lone Pine campgrounds. It's the next best option to staying at the Portal. The sites seemed a bit small in some cases but worth it to be close to Whitney. Some traffic from RVs at night - we went to bed early so we could leave for a summit attempt at 2am. Clean bathrooms....

1Thank Lesley B
Minden, Nevada
Reviewed 22 October 2015

We have been camping at this campground since the late '70s and have always enjoyed it. The watering system for the trees has been broken for awhile, even before the drought, and they refuse to fix it. Now the trees are dying, and dead branches from the top of the trees are falling off causing potentially hazardous conditions to the...

3Thank NevadaHudson
Reviewed 15 October 2015

My borther in-law and I stopped in here on our way to death valley. It was a great campsite at the foot of Mt. Whitney. Lot's of neat things to see. Relatively small campground with roomy sites so you are not right on top of each other. If you have read review of whitedove4444, it is spot on in describing...

Thank Reggie A
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 21 July 2015

Just spent two nights camping out with the Mrs. and our five-year old boy and this place was great. However, make sure you know what you are getting into and you will have a great time. The good: The campsite is small so there aren't a hundred people running around. You actually feel like you are camping. The spots are...

6Thank whitedove4444
South Burlington, Vermont
Reviewed 16 July 2015

I understand it's a business, but they pack too many campers into a small site. If you have a TT or RV and select a pull through site they are premium, but are not really premium as the word is defined. You are better off with a back in site. The cable tv hookup provides few channels. Wi-if is not...

1Thank Ron J
Redlands, California
Reviewed 10 June 2015

This was our first time camping here. Our site was great - our friends' sites were great - the whole campground is awesome. The creek was the funnest part for all the kids. The campsite is large, bathrooms are quite clean (non-flushing toilets) - they were cleaned several times a day. The views (Whitney) are phenomenal. Very close to Whitney...

2Thank romaz75
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reviewed 17 March 2015

Only the top 8 sites were open in mid-March and the water was not yet turned on, but we loved the blissfully peaceful quiet and unobstructed view of Mt Whitney - SO fierce on the eastern side of the Sierra. The 'Active Bears' sign made us hopeful of a siting, but no such luck. The campsites include bear boxes. Perhaps...

4Thank Cathy B
San Francisco
Reviewed 18 October 2014 via mobile

Wow! We were so surprised that out of nowhere there it was Lone Pine State Campground! We almost had to turn back because our old GPS took us to the wrong spot which was about 2 miles before the actual campground. My city-boy type of brother-in-law was getting nervous since it was his first time to camp until we located...

2Thank foggycity
West-Terschelling, The Netherlands
Reviewed 8 August 2014

When we arrived the camp host was very nice to us we reserved another spot but he said it was to hot so he put us near the creek on a shady spot a lot of peoples were fishing and we got trout which was very nice In the creek we could swim This spot is also very nice if...

2Thank hve2014

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Address: Inyo National Forest, Lone Pine, CA 93545
Region: United States > California > California Desert > Lone Pine
Number of rooms: 40
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