Question about Tuttle Creek Campground

Hello Freedom asked on 2/2/2020

Big Rig Friendly? I see plenty of big rigs in the photos here on Campendium, but the official BLM website says "maximum recommended RV length is 30 feet." We have a 42' Class A. Can anyone clarify about big rig accessibility and parking?

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Campendium
WA
27' Airstream Flying Cloud
Ford F-250

Answered on 2/3/2020:

Thank you for your question. Although we recommend a maximum trailer length of 30 ft to fit comfortably in all of our sites, a 42’ setup would be able to squeeze into some of the larger or pull though sites. Tuttle Creek Campground is on a first come first serve basis, and has water available at 3 locations in the campground (seasonally), and one dump station. However there are no in site hookups for water or sewage. Thank you for your interest in Tuttle Creek Campground.

Ely Lane - Park Ranger, Bureau of Land Management USDI Region 10 - Bishop Field Office (760) 872-5008

Answered on 2/2/2020:

Most sites at this campground will accommodate a rig of your size. Go with confidence. 😎
Ride, Dive and Be Murray
TX
44' Tiffin Allegro Bus 43QRP plus Hydralift
2016 Subaru Crosstrek
16 reviews

Answered on 2/2/2020:

We stayed in our 43’ class A. There are some sites that are smaller, but quite a few where you’ll fit easily
5 reviews

Answered on 2/3/2020:

Yes, some sites are. The road is somewhat narrow and has large boulders around the park to backing into a space can be a challenge. We did see full size coaches in the spaces down below nearest the main road. Closer to the mountains they are more shallow and are not very level, we didn’t see any large rigs in those spots.
1 review

Answered on 2/2/2020:

Camped here with Class C and cargo trailer - total length 40’. No problems.
Dave
Desert Hot Springs, CA
31' Rockwood Windjammer
2013 Toyota Tundra
1 review

Answered on 2/5/2020:

We have a 32’ travel trailer pulled with a Toyota Tundra Crewmax. We have stayed in several spots and I have not had any problem backing in. Be aware though that a few months ago when we stayed at Tuttle Creek there were notices that the water was not potable. I feel if you can’t drink it... best not to shower in it. Just my opinion though.
Mark & Suz
CA
Revcon Trailblazer

Answered on 2/3/2020:

We've seen a few larger Class A's there - you will have to determine which site(s) can accommodate your rig - not all will.
Cliff Day
CA
32' Coachman Pursuit
10 reviews

Answered on 2/2/2020:

I have 32’ class a, no problem. However I haven’t seen anything as big as your rig there. I think it could be difficult to level a rig that large.
Chris&David
Redmond, OR
23' Oliver Oliver Legacy Elite II
Ford F150
119 reviews

Answered on 2/2/2020:

I don’t recall seeing any that large when we stayed last October. Most were smaller rigs 30 feet and under.