Fish Creek Campground

Sequoia National Forest

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Forest Route 21S01
Inyokern, CA 93527
760-379-5646
559-784-1500
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GPS: 36.067, -118.217

Last Price Paid: $17
Number of Sites: 40
Pad Type: asphalt
Open Seasonally: Yes
Elevation: 7470 ft
Max Length: 27 ft
Tent Camping: Yes

2 people have reviewed this location.

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Nightly rate: $17
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: 30
“Solitude with a flowing creek”

Reviewed Aug 05, 2018

Overall Rating

We have camped here multiple times in the past at different camp sites and liked them all. Our favorite is the one next to the creek. It's hard to find a flat area for a tent, but it can be done. The facilities are not as updated as Troy Meadow up the road, however, the less amount of people the better. We have also taken our tent trailer and found it easy to back in. There is potable water on site, however, the bathrooms seriously need updating and improving.
We take our Jeep and ride around the trails that are accessible.

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Milton A
Rosamond, CA
32 Keystone Bullet 287QBS
2017 Ford F-250
1 review
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 2
Site Number: N/A

Milton A would stay here again

“This review is for the Fish Creek Overflow”

Reviewed Jun 17, 2018

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We just wrapped up a 2 nights stay for Father's Day and it was great! You must pack in your own drinking water but you can fill up fresh water tank at Fish Creek campground (which is south of the overflow). And please make sure you pack out your garbage. No one wants to clean up after you. In the first part of the campground (before the sign telling you about Jackass Creek Trail) there are some pretty deep ruts. If your rig rides low to the ground you may have some issues but if you go slow you may be okay. Also it was difficult to achieve a level stance so I suggest you bring a shovel to dig holes for one side of your rig to dip down into. Just FYI. I was able to fit my F-250 and 32ft TT in between trees which gave us great shade during the day. It is very peaceful up there even with the occasional dirt bike going by every once in a while. The other folks at the campground north of us weren't even audible until night time when the sound carries further. This spot overlooks a meadow which is nothing short of majestic. Bring your chainsaw and you can help yourself to free firewood off of any tree that is down. Also there is no cell service up here whatsoever. You will lose service before the first hairpin turn on 9 mile canyon road if you are coming from the east. Enjoy and happy camping!

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Hookups:
  • dry camping
Recreation:
  • recreation trail
Site Amenities:
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
Facilities:
  • restrooms: vault
  • water available
Pets:
  • pets

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