Set in California’s renowned Sequoia National Forest, Stony Creek Campground is a great destination for anyone looking to escape the daily bustle and relax in a beautiful natural setting. It is one of the most popular campgrounds in the area, known for its peaceful woodland surroundings and convenient location near many of the area’s best outdoor recreation sites. Pack up some supplies and head out to Stony Creek Campground for an unforgettable camping adventure; the campground is pet-friendly too, so you can bring your dog along for the trip!
The campground has plenty of campsites to choose from: fifty, to be exact. The nightly fee for a site is $27, and a double site can be reserved for $54 per night. If you’re planning on staying during a holiday weekend, you’ll have to pay an additional $4 per night. The campground’s facilities and amenities are well kept — you’ll find picnic tables, fire rings with grills, drinking water, food lockers, flush toilets, and even an amphitheater on the premises. You’ll also have plenty of shade from the surrounding Jeffrey pines and sequoias.
If you’re looking for ways to pass the time, you can find many fun outdoor activities in the area. Hume Lake nearby offers fishing and paddling opportunities. If you’re interested in hiking, you can also head to the trail near Hume Lake, or to Jennie Lake Trail, which is also close by. There is a trailhead for the 4-mile trail that you can access if you cross Generals Highway to Upper Stony Creek Campground.
While staying at Stony Creek Campground, please remember to follow its on-leash policy for pets at all times. Also note that black bears frequently pass through the area, so you should store and dispose of your food and waste carefully. There is a park entrance fee for Sequoia National Forest, and remember that it is not included as part of the fee for the campground.