We camped in late July 2012 and had a great experience. It is located inbetween the Sheman and Grant trees and close to Hume Lake. It is .06 miles from gas, showers and supplies. The Stony Creek literally runs through the campsite and while it was low on our visit it was pretty. In season, it must be amazing. Our site 28 was surrounded by trees and deer roamed through in the evening. My only two critiques of my site was it was at a slight slant and the bear boxes open on the side, not the top so they were a hassle getting our food in and out and because we had a cube shaped ice chest we had to unscrew the handles to put it away. That said, small price to pay for a nice clean and quiet campsite close to all the attractions!
- Also Known As:
- Stony Creek Campground Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park