In the surrounding area, you are near Kings Canyon, Sequoia National Park, Sierra Nevada Mountains, Eshom Creek, and Redwood Mountain. Some of the best things you can do are hiking, mountain biking, fishing, nature viewing, birding, and off-road exploring in one of the many wilderness areas of the park. Most people come to camp in this area so they can explore the giant sequoia trees the area is famous for.
At the campground, you will have access to vault toilets, drinking water, campfire rings, a host, picnic areas, and trash collection. There are no showers at this location. The west section of the campground has two loops and access to Eshom Creek. The east campground is much more rustic, does not have formal parking, offers only stone fire rings, and there are no grills at these sites.
Dogs are allowed at the campground, but they should wear their leash at all times. You must clean up after your pooch and throw the poop bags away appropriately. Make sure your pup has fresh drinking water and a cool and shady place to relax and sleep at all times.
Overall, Eshom Campground is an awesome place to camp for a few days due to its perfect location in the Sequoia National Park. With so much to do and see in the area, you and your dog are sure to love your stay at this site!