We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.
We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
WINNER WONDERLAND
Win Big When You Book on TripAdvisor

Lodgepole Campground

Show Prices
Book on TripAdvisor
Trusted partner. We work with to make your booking as easy as possible.
Secure payments. We use industry-leading practices to keep your information secure.
Enter dates for best prices
powered by PriceFinder
Prices from our online travel partners are not available
Our online travel partners don't provide prices for this accommodation, but we can search other options in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Check In Check Out
Show Prices
Management photos
Lodgepole Campground
View Map
{"scriptFlags":null,"containerClass":null,"widget":{"name":"ibex_photo_carousel","template":"ibex_photo_carousel__widget","dust":{"nav_controls":"ibex_photo_carousel__nav_controls"},"js":{"handlers":"(ta.prwidgets.getjs(this,'handlers'))"},"divClasses":"prw_rup prw_ibex_photo_carousel","moduleList":["handlers"]}}
Add Photo Write a Review

156 Reviews from our TripAdvisor Community

Traveler rating
Traveler type
Time of year
Language
  • More
There are newer reviews for Lodgepole Campground
See the most recent reviews
Showing 146: English reviews
Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed September 22, 2013

We had a camp site near the river so we were quite private. The sites near the river are better if you are travelling as a couple and are in an rv. Saw a deer come right up to the camp site which was an added bonus. Very friendly staff and the use of a shuttle to the sequoia trees...

 Report
Helpful?
Thank RedAuckland1
Keswick, Ontario, Canada
Reviewed September 7, 2013 via mobile

We stayed at campsite 199, it was a good campsite as here were no people behind us, just rocks. We say some other campsites that looked even more secluded and beside the river. I think they were sites 132 or 134. I would stay there next time. More private, lots of trees and right beside the river. The entrance to...

 Report
Helpful?
5Thank Sherry L
Costa Mesa, California
Reviewed September 3, 2013 via mobile

We had sites 130-141 because our group was so large. We booked on the first day we could, right at 8 am to get these sites. They are gorgeous, right on the creek/river, which is currently dry, but the watering home is walking distance and provided so much entertainment for all the kids in our group ages 3-15. We saw...

 Report
Helpful?
6Thank sippinandtrippin
Mission Viejo, California
Reviewed August 30, 2013

No doubt, Lodgepole campground is by far the better campground for families, with great facilities, convenience and amenities. It's just like at home except that you are camping in the higher altitude forest which is cooler and has tall trees and river. Try to set camp away from the camp sites that are grouped together if you have a choice,...

 Report
Helpful?
6Thank TravelingFamily92688
Camarillo
Reviewed August 29, 2013

We have been to Lodgpole several times in the past and went again during the last week of August 2013. Obviously, traveling there late in the season, coupled with a lighter than normal snowfall, assured us that the Tokopow (sp) Falls would be down to a trickle, which they were. Due to the presence of bear lockers for the past...

 Report
Helpful?
2Thank 835Bob
Ithaca, New York
Reviewed August 24, 2013

We stayed at Lodgepole for two days and tent camped. Running water, toilets and sinks are very accessible in the park. Campsites are fairly close together but sites towards the back of the campground have a bit more privacy. All sites have bear bins and these are essential as we saw one bear at the adjacent site while we were...

 Report
Helpful?
4Thank laurenicium
Houston, Texas
Reviewed August 24, 2013 via mobile

We just finished staying at this campground last week. Great location for everything we wanted to do. Clean facility. Our only complaint was with the actual campsite design. Site 144 is nice, great view, close to the river. However, site 143 fire ring is literally 2 feet from the tent pad of 144!!!! So unless you rent both sites, I...

 Report
Helpful?
10Thank Adchsmack
California
Reviewed August 18, 2013

This campground is really cool. We stayed in spaces 46 and 47 with friends. Each morning deer came through the campground. Our campsites were right on the stream. It wasn't flowing strongly because of the dry season but it had several spots where the water pooled up into nice swimming pools. Most of the Sequoia highlights are very close to...

 Report
Helpful?
4Thank TimShank
Hythe, United Kingdom
Reviewed July 29, 2013

This campsite has very limited facilities for RV's. At $20 per night, it's expensive. If you're expecting hookups or wifi - forget it! Also we went looking for rv toilet chemicals in the camp shop - there were none and no one knew what we were looking for! However, the venue is right in the centre for the Sequoia's attractions...

 Report
Helpful?
1Thank kannys_mum
Los Aneles, CA
Reviewed July 18, 2013

This is the perfect "tweener" (not the age) camping experience! If you do not want to get dirty, see a bug or sleep in a tent-STAY AWAY! On the "flip" side, if having clean nearby restrooms and a comfortable general store with all the amenities is not really "camping"-STAY AWAY! For the middle audience, this is PERFECTION! We have been...

 Report
Helpful?
6Thank MoatMonster
Questions? Get answers from hotel staff and past guests. Ask a question

156 photos of this hotel

Traveler photos: See what travelers like you saw

Viewed
All Traveler Photos (156)
Viewed
Pool/Beach Area (13)
Viewed
View from Room (6)
Viewed
Room/Suite (4)
Viewed
Hotel & Grounds (6)
Viewed
Family/Play Areas (3)
Viewed
Dining (3)
Viewed
2:51
Videos (1)
Viewed
Other (120)
Check In Check Out
Hotels you might also like...
Also consider these accommodations in or near Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
1.4 mi away
Wuksachi Lodge
Wuksachi Lodge
#1 of 4 in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
2,117 reviews
10.1 mi away
Montecito Sequoia Lodge
Montecito Sequoia Lodge
#2 of 4 in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
584 reviews
16.0 mi away
John Muir Lodge
John Muir Lodge
#3 of 4 in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
421 reviews
Show Prices
Show Prices
Show Prices
17.6 mi away
Lazy J Ranch-Americas Best Value Inn
13.2 mi away
Cedar Grove Lodge
Cedar Grove Lodge
#4 of 4 in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
140 reviews
13.5 mi away
Sierra Lodge
Sierra Lodge
#5 of 6 in Three Rivers
279 reviews
Show Prices
Show Prices
Show Prices
Questions? Get answers from hotel staff and past guests. Ask a question

Amenities

Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Lodgepole Campground has 214 sites. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Lodgepole Campground

Address: One-half mile east of Lodgepole Visitor Center, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA
Location: United States > California > Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Number of rooms: 205
Also Known As:
Lodgepole Campground Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
Lodgepole Campground Ca
Is This Your TripAdvisor Listing?
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.
Claim Your Listing

Questions & Answers

Here's what travelers have asked, with answers from Lodgepole Campground staff and other travelers.
17 questions
Ask a question

See all questions (17)

Questions? Get answers from Lodgepole Campground staff and past guests.
Posting guidelines
Typical questions asked:
  • Can tickets for local attractions be purchased at the front desk?
  • Do you have to pay extra for a mini-fridge?
  • At what time does the pool open each day?

See which rooms travelers prefer

“Take shade with you, and reserve a site closer to bathrooms.”
 of 5 bubbles X4120ZRcathyh, Oct 10, 2016 | Read review
“Sites on outside of loops have more privacy, we also like to be near the rest rooms”
 of 5 bubbles momofallboys2016, Jul 27, 2016 | Read review
“Look for a flat camp ground, close to the amphitheater.”
 of 5 bubbles 137rick, Jul 19, 2016 | Read review
“Check for alerts at Recreation.gov just before you leave on your trip. (Click on the campground as if you are going to reserve something)”
 of 5 bubbles LALanie, Sep 19, 2015 | Read review
“Pick a site you think you would enjoy. Quieter, more people around you, drive right up. They have descriptions on Reserve America's site.”
 of 5 bubbles ChelseaG61, Sep 10, 2015 | Read review
5 of 5
Questions? Get answers from hotel staff and past guests. Ask a question