We love National Park camprounds. Dorst had one problem that we have seen solved in better ways in other National Park campgrounds. There was NO place to wash your dishes or dispose of dishwater. The water faucetts, say " No dishwashing," as they should. But the only other sinks in the park are in the bathrooms. It is fine to wash them at your campsite in your own dishpans, but because of Bear precautions you really can't toss out your dishwater, so WHERE can you dispose of your dishwater? People were doing it in the bathrooms sinks which plugged because they had no drain traps to catch particles. We have been to other National Park campgrounds, like for instance Yellowstone last summer, they provided a dish sink in a small room at the bathhouse. Otherwise a nice location, nice roads, procedures etc. Had to go to other location for pay showers, which is normal for some National Parks.
- Also Known As:
- Dorst Campground Hotel
- Dorst Campground Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dorst Campground has 204 campsites. ... more less