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Reviewed July 12, 2016

When we arrived at the camp site, we did not have reservations. It was the first time camping here too. What a beautiful place with the big sequoia tree around the camp site and the restrooms were really clean. It is close to Hume Lake which is great for fishing and swimming. Kids loved it. We will be back in the future.

  • Stayed: August 2015, traveled with friends
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2  Thank chela9992503
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Reviewed February 9, 2016

Close to Hume lake, not too far from all the attractions and huge trees etc. Stayed here once, will absolutely be back in the future. Camp host was nice and very helpful as well. Lots to see and do in the area.

  • Stayed: August 2015, traveled with family
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1  Thank Jeff G
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Reviewed August 13, 2015 via mobile

I went there because that was all that was left for campgrounds near Hume lake. It's OK, there really isn't that much to do unless if you like walking and seeing and climbing the huge stumps but it was a good camp site. The bathrooms are only a dug in type of toilet, kind of like a port-o-potty. There are no showers there, the closest onesThe trees and stumps were amazing and Hume lake is just about a 10 min drive. And on the way to Hume lake there is a place where you can park your car and go down a little path to a huge rock with an amazing view.

Stayed: July 2015, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 12, 2015

We really enjoyed our visit to Princess Campground. It was our first time here but we have been to many different campgrounds throughout the state. Everything was very clean. One thing I was hesitant about was the vault toilets but the campground hosts came around several times a day and cleaned the restrooms so there was no mess or odor. We were very close to the trail and meadow which was nice. There was wildlife nearby also. We saw a doe and her fawn. The campground was about 15 minutes from Hume Lake and about 30 minutes from the park entrance. One thing to note is that you have to pay to enter the national park, which was $20 at the time. Unfortunately we could not have a campfire because of the drought restrictions but we still had a great time.

  • Stayed: August 2015, traveled with friends
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2  Thank TravelingDuck14
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Reviewed November 22, 2014

We've been staying at this campground for years, and it's always been 5 star. The sites are gorgeous and quiet. There are only vault toilets and water spigots at this campground, which is fine if you are a rustic camper. We have always loved this campground. Camp hosts in the past have always been friendly and helpful. This site, while still being close to Hume Lake is much more peaceful than the Hume Lake campground.

However, our stay in 2014 changed everything. The camp hosts routinely harassed campers, including a bunch of boy scouts who were staying at the same time as we did. In fact, one camp host told a camper that they did their jobs "for the power". Not good. They snooped through our neighbors personal belongings when they were gone from their campsite. All in all, these hosts were the epitome of hateful spite, had no respect for anyone and completely crossed boundaries.

Hopefully, the management company hires back the old hosts, or gets new ones. If we ever see those same hosts again, we will turn around and go home.

Room Tip: All the campsites are great. Get one a few sites from the toilets. They are kept quite clean, but if someone forgets to put the lid down, can smell a bit.
  • Stayed: September 2014, traveled with family
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