The Hungry Gulch Campground has 78 individual family campsites in the Sequoia National Forest near Lake Isabella, California. Campers can choose to stay in a tent, or the campsites can accommodate RVs up to 30 feet. The campground sits on a tree-filled hillside, and you'll be able to spot the waters of Lake Isabella just three miles away. Up to six people are permitted at each campsite, and your dog is also welcome to come along if they're kept on a leash outside of your tent or RV.
Each campsite at Hungry Gulch has a picnic table and a campfire ring, and there are plenty of other convenient amenities within the campground. The camp's restrooms are kept very clean, and there are several water spigots throughout the campground that you and your dog can drink from. RV campers should note there are no hookups available at campsites, but there is a playground at Hungry Gulch to entertain children. Some visitors note many spots do not have much shade, so you may want to bring an umbrella to set up at your campsite.
Another way to cool off is by making the ten-minute walk to Lake Isabella to take a refreshing dip. There are more than 38 miles of shoreline here where you can fish for bass, trout, or catfish, or just set up a chair and get some sun. You can also enjoy water sports like windsurfing and water skiing on the lake if you bring your boat. If you're up for a hike, there are several trails in and around Lake Isabella and the Kern River that offer something for hikers of every level.
If you camp on Labor Day, Memorial Day, or Fourth of July Weekend, you'll be subject to an additional $2 fee per day. Hungry Gulch accepts walk-in campers, but reservations are strongly encouraged if you plan to visit this pawesome campground during the peak summer season.