Take Fido and get out in the middle of nature at Badger Flats Group Campground. This facility is in the High Sierra National Forest near Rancheria Creek. Before you come to camp here, make sure you obtain a permit from the Forest Service. There's room for 35 vehicles and up to 100 people at this site. You can bring your tent or an RV that's no longer than 35 feet. Each unit has a picnic table, fire ring, grill, and bear-proof locker for your food. The property has no hook-ups or running water, but there are vault toilets here.
The campground is in an open area with fir trees for shade. When you stay here, you're just five miles northeast of Huntington Lake. This resort offers hiking, biking, and a range of water activities. Spend the day canoeing, swimming or windsurfing over here before returning to camp for the evening. You'll also find a pawtastic hiking trail about a quarter mile from your quarters. The Twin Lakes Trail starts by Kaiser Pass Road at the Eastwood Visitor Center. When you follow this pathway, you'll climb to Potter Pass then descend to the Lower and Upper Twin Lakes. On the way, there are some spectacular views of the High Sierra.
When you bring your pooch camping with you, keep them on a leash in public areas. If you're hiking in the wilderness, they need to be under your control at all times. Keep waste collection bags with you and pick up their droppings.
The wild country of the High Sierras awaits. Come here with your four-footed friend for a special adventure together. Spend time hiking, fishing, and enjoying nature. Remember, this is bear country and take appropriate precautions. Make noise when you go exploring to avoid surprising forest residents. Use the food lockers to store all food and any other scented items.