These grounds are enormous, so open and free you may very well run around in your skivvies and not be bothered. It stretches across 4 counties, has 78 lakes, 800 miles of rivers and streams, instagram-worthy swimming holes and waterfalls, lava tubes, caves, granite walls, and of course the amazing mountainscape. There are 0 customer reviews and 3 customer ratings. Look no further than Bloomfield Campground. Still fun as heck though! While here Read more... Get your fill of camping goodness at Baker Campground in Stanislaus Forest. There is a small stream on the grounds, and the main roads and parking pads are dirt-surfaced. Beer and marshmallows are highly encouraged; campfires will make them complete. Campgrounds operated by federal and state agencies are not yet bookable on Hipcamp. First come, first served campites and reservable campsites. Stock 03 Grand Cherokee. Smack dab in the midst of Calaveras Ranger District, you will bask your adventure loving heart in mature forests of firs, pines, and scattered aspen. Unable to add item to List. What can be better than a secluded forest campground with a creek that’ll give you all the serenity you lack in everyday life? Sand Bar Flat Campground is a forested site on the middle fork of the Stanislaus River. Backpacker’s Camp is tent only and primitive, and doesn’t allow any vehicles on the grounds. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. Trails weave throughout the area, Read more... Pinecrest campground is in high-demand, and for good reason. Must have at least 33s There was a gate/fence that closed off the trail just after the mountain vista, 2 miles in from the east entrance. Had a stock rubicon in our group that did fine but took a beating along the way. The fresh smell of conifers, dusty roads, and fine mountain views will greet you when you arrive at Herring Creek Campground. Sites are walk-in and perched between forests of cedar and pine, and the few amenities remind you that you’re in the heart of the wilderness. The deep blue alpine lake, the peak of Ebbetts Pass in the back drop, and the meadow valley radiating with green life, can you say “Ah-ooo-Gah!” These lakes hold a unique feature as they flow into two different watersh Read more... Decided to go camping last minute only to find all the campgrounds full? This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. It’s a 4x4 road but fine for hiking. Roads are steep, narrow, and windy so this camp is best suited to smaller-sized vehicles and RVs. Just did this trail !!! Will do again when we can go slower. You don’t have to be a backpacker to really dig this spot, though it may help. Favored by the gypsies and vagabonds, there is a one night lim Read more... Sweetwater Campground is recovering from the Rim Fire, so use caution when dealing with trees and wildlife weakened from the natural destruction. We certainly are. Hiking. Plus, you can catch your dinner in the Mokelumne River which is ripe with Trout. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Biking: Many trails on the Stanislaus National Forest are open to mountain bikes. Boom! Reviews (209) 736-2639. Thi Read more... Big Meadow Campground is spacey, dreamy, and scenic as a Mother Nature. These first-come, first-served sites are awesome if you’re looking for a quick weekend break from the city. There are a plethora of activities to choose from, such as fishing, biking, and boating, and then you have the easy access to several trailheads closer to Silver Valley Campground. Moderate for suvs not big adv bikes (Tiger, GS). Bring your club to Amazon Book Clubs, start a new book club and invite your friends to join, or find a club that’s right for you for free. Just make sure you pack the bug spray and sunscreen because you’re going to be outside all day. Head to Lumsden Campground on the Tuolomne River. Alright, so we’re going to be straight up with you camper—Hermit Valley Campground isn’t your pamper-me-in-the-woods kind of site. The grounds are surrounded by gorgeous conifer trees and each site has access to a fire pit and a grill (your panini maker will thank you). The first two miles was awesome, will need to come back sometime when the gate is open. Overall a nice experience. 3 experienced riders rode it and opted to turn back. This campground is situated in an alpine meadow and forest, next to the Mokelumne River, and near Mosquito Lakes. Taking Friday off would be your best bet for securing a spot at this prime campground—there are only a handful of sites available, and all are first-come, first-served.