Question about Tuttle Creek Campground

Stevie asked on 9/23/2021

Has anyone camped here in November, and what was the weather? I'm interested in what the low temperatures are, as a concern about my RV pipes freezing.

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Answered on 11/14/2021:

I love the whole Eastern Sierra area in the fall. Yes, nights can get cold and even freezing depending on weather, but daytime temps are usually comfortable. I recently upgraded to a 32.5’ 5th wheel. I know it says 30’ max, but any chance I’ll fit? Thx in advance for your input.
Teo
26' TT
26 reviews

Answered on 9/24/2021:

It could dip a tad below freezing at night/early am but it will hit at least 50s in the day, so it's not a whole lot of time to freeze tanks. Maybe pipes though, if they're outside.
Mark & Suz
CA
Revcon Trailblazer

Answered on 9/24/2021:

Best to check the local weather for the days you're heading up. We've only camped there in November
Scott
OR
75 reviews

Answered on 9/24/2021:

Yes. The weather can be really nice with some windy and cool days.
Stevie
Alameda, CA
Roadtrek

Answered on 11/14/2021:

Thanks for the responses, all. I was there from November 4th - 8th and it was great. Perfect sunny days in the 60s, and as low as 39 at night. Great hiking and camping weather and the scenery couldn't be beat. Someone asked if they could fit a 32.5' fifth wheel even though the max says 30'. I would say that some of the sites are bigger than others, but I imagine you would be able to fit a 32.5' in some of them. It's a pretty open and roomy campground.