Kings Canyon National Park Area Campgrounds

Hume, California

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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks provide miles of roads and trails through a magnificent wilderness, affording access to the largest trees on earth and the deepest canyon in the United States. Three national forests encompass more than 2 million acres and eight wilderness areas and contain hundreds of miles of roads and trails through equally breathtaking scenery. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Sunset, Azalea, Crystal Spring, Princess, Hume Lake, Aspen Hollow, Logger Flat, Landslide, Tenmile, Sheep Creek, Sentinel, Canyon View, Moraine, Buck Rock, Big Meadows, Stony Creek, Cove, Fir, Upper Stony Creek, and Eshom Creek.

Kings Canyon National Park Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide

"Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks provide miles of roads and trails through a magnificent wilderness, affording access to the largest trees on earth and the deepest canyon in the United States. Three national forests encompass more than 2 million acres and eight wilderness areas and contain hundreds of miles of roads and trails through equally breathtaking scenery. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Sunset, Azalea, Crystal Spring, Princess, Hume Lake, Aspen Hollow, Logger Flat, Landslide, Tenmile, Sheep Creek, Sentinel, Canyon View, Moraine, Buck Rock, Big Meadows, Stony Creek, Cove, Fir, Upper Stony Creek, and Eshom Creek."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Hume
Season: All year, but many only open spring to fall
Additional Use: Hiking, Horseback Riding
Local Contacts: Kings Canyon National Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Kings Canyon National Park Area Campgrounds

Recent Trail Reviews

6/9/2006
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Great Camp site, had a good time here.checked in at host site,they directed me to my camp site .The site was flat for my tent.near by water and trash cans. I notice that the camp host would drive by every few minutes ,so that told me that security was good here. If we had any problems the host were easy to reach.From this camp site we were able to walk to the Hume village.A small drive took us to Grants grove village. Ten mile down ten mile road and we found a sream by ten mile camp site that had some good size rainbow trout.weather was nice in the mid 70-80 atnight it drop down to 50-60's I like this place ,I've come here every year,Ihavent seen a Bear(not that there not there) just deer runing though the camp.



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May 2018