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Very nice campground for a big drive-right-up-to-your-spot type of campground. Well laid out so that the sites are not right on top of each other. We stayed in sites 118 and 119 which are "walk-in" sites... but the distance to walk is very, very short....More
We spent 7 nights in Dorst Creek. As a previous reviewer stated, some sites are better than others. Our site, 169, was quite large but had a pretty significant slope to it. We were in a small pop up trailer, so the slope didn't effect...More
This campground is a little north of the center of the park, and as a result it is a lot quieter - especially on holidays and weekends when traffic elsewhere is at its peak. The hike from the campground to the big trees of Muir...More
Campgrounds were clean and rangers were friendly. Conveniently located in the park. Great hikes from the campsite and access to many more. Excellent get a way from the rush of normal day and you can be off the grid.
We booked through the parks agency nps.gov, well in advance as we were travelling at the height of the holiday season. We had a lovely spot for our 30 foot RV at Dorst Creek, well-maintained by the National Park service, with clean loos and fresh...More
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
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 long as it's not close to the water source such as stream/river. I usually don't use anything toxic to wash my dishes and usually biodegradable soap.