My wife & I just spent 3 nights in Stony Creek Campground from Wed-Fri night. Campground is in a fantastic location in Sequoia National Forest between Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks. Campsites were huge and the campground itself was pretty empty the first two nights which was nice. Restrooms are pretty basic- cold water taps, flush toilets, and very dim sensor nightlights (but only the men's room one worked). The camp host was nowhere to be found until Friday night and we were a little disappointed in the lack of bear safety (stoves and such left out) although each site had a spacious bear box. The one disappointment was the showers at nearby Stony Creek Lodge. They were $4 for 10 mins and were the most disgusting showers we've ever encountered. We told them they could have the other tokens back, and the cashier there was very gracious and gave us our money back towards ice we were purchasing despite their no refund policy. If you want a hot, clean shower we'd definitely recommend the drive to Lodgepole, which also features the best market/gift shop in the parks. Overall, it was a great stay and we'd visit again.
- Also Known As:
- Stony Creek Campground Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park