Wishon Campground is a peaceful and family-friendly vacation destination within the Sequoia National Forest in Springville, California. The campground sits on two forks of the Tule River, and a stream runs through the area. There are 31 single units and 4 double sites, and 27 of the sites are reservable. Campsites sit on several loops throughout the campground, and some sites can accommodate vehicles up to 24 feet. This dog-friendly campground requires that your pets stay on a leash when they're outside of your vehicle, and campers must clean up after their dogs during their stay.
Your campsite will come with a picnic table and a BBQ stove, and drinking water is also available. Campfires are allowed once you get a permit, but they're required to be 25 feet from the water's edge. A permit is also required for the use of the BBQ stoves and camp stoves. There are five bear lockers throughout the campground, and campers should take care to use them. No electric or water hookups are available.
Campers can fish in the water around the campground but are advised not to enter the water due to strong currents and slippery rocks. There are also several trails near the campground, including the Wishon Trail, an easy 5.5-mile hike. You can also access the 4.1-mile Doyle Springs Trail from the campground for hiking or horseback riding. The Sequoia National Forest is named for the largest trees in the world, the Sequoia. There are six small sequoia groves near the campground, and you won't want to miss them!
If you'd like to visit the area but don't want to stay overnight, there's a day use fee of $10. In addition to the tent and RV sites, there's also a cabin available for rent at the Wishon Campground. Single campsites are $26 a night on regular weekends and $28 on holiday weekends. Double sites cost $52 most weekends, and $56 on holiday weekends when this furrific campground is busiest.