Are you looking for a fantastic location in California where you can camp out with your friends or family? Look no further than Long Meadow Group Campground in Sequoia National Forest. This campground is one of the best in south-central California, and that comes as no surprise. Sequoia National Forest, named for its giant sequoia trees, has a fantastic woodland setting, and the campground is close to some awesome outdoor activities. You can bring your pooch along too; the campground is pet-friendly!
The campground has one site, and the nightly fee for the site is $139. This site can accommodate up to 36 people and five vehicles. It is well-shaded by the surrounding forest, and Long Meadow Creek flows calmly along the north side of the campground. The facilities at the campground are minimalist and well-maintained. On the premises, you can find campfire rings, picnic tables, and vault restrooms.
Hanging out at the campground and enjoying the company of your fellow campers is a great way to pass the time, but you might want to venture out to experience some of the great outdoor activities in the area. The most popular attraction to visit is Sequoia National Monument. You also can stop by some of the great trails nearby, like Trail of a Hundred Giants, which passes through the Long Meadow Giant Sequoia Grove. Some other sequoia groves you can visit are Freeman Grove, Belknap Grove, and Indian Basin Grove.
When you’re planning your trip to Long Meadow Group Campground, there are a few things you will want to keep in mind. Remember that the campground is located in a remote area, and there are no conveniences nearby -- bring all the supplies you'll need. Dogs must remain leashed at all times. The maximum length for RVs is 16 feet, and there are no RV hookups at the campground.