Sweetwater is a campground in North Fork, California with seven spots laid out in a loop along Chiquito Creek. The campground is part of the Sierra National Forest, and it's near both the Mammoth Pool Reservoir and the Ansel Adams Wilderness. Most campsites overlook the creek, and spots are shaded by mature pine, oak, and fir trees. Single sites run for $26.22 a night, and you can reserve a double site for $48. If you bring a second vehicle, you'll be subject to a $7 fee, but there are no additional park fees.
Up to two pets can come along and enjoy Sweetwater with you, but be sure to keep your dogs on a leash and always clean up after them. You'll also need to bring plenty of drinking water for you and Scooby because none is available at the campground. If you happen to forget to pack any essentials, you can head to the nearby Wagner's Mammoth Pool Resort to stock up.
Your campsite will come with a picnic table and fire ring, and trash collection services are provided by the campground. Sweetwater is in bear country, so it's important to store your food properly -- never feed the bears!
Bring your fishing pole and swimsuit because Sweetwater Campground is known for its excellent fishing and swimming holes! Mammoth Pool is just a short distance from the campground, and it's a furrific place to swim, fish, boat, and enjoy other aquatic activities. You'll also find some hiking trails around Mammoth Pool -- your dog can join you on a leash for your trek. Another dog-friendly activity near the campground is driving some or all of the 83-mile Sierra Vista Scenic Byway.
There's a two-night minimum stay during the weekend, and a three-night minimum stay on holiday weekends. Up to six people can camp at each site, and reservations must be made at least three days before your visit to the beautiful Sweetwater Campground!