Camping

Off Beardsley Road, the lake is located 8.4 miles off Highway 108, along the... Read more
On the Amador/Calaveras County line on the Mokelumne River, and accessible from... Read more
Near Yosemite National Park, accessible by Cherry Oil Road from Tuolumne.... Read more
Clark Fork Horse Camp & Clark Fork Campground are located 25 miles east of... Read more
Coyote Meadow can be reached by following Highway 108 2.5 miles east of... Read more
Crandall peak has 180 miles of road and trails to adventure on for OHV use. The... Read more
South of Chinese Camp, along the Tuolumne River, and accessible via J-59.... Read more
Length: 13 miles, overnight Directions: Begin at Kennedy Meadows trailhead... Read more
Beginnning just east of the old Ganns Inn at the parking area, you can take a... Read more
Hammill Horse Camp is an undeveloped campground for dispersed camping and... Read more
These areas offer dispersed camping, restrooms, and drinking water. It is a... Read more
East of Tuolumne City on the south end of the district, Hunter Creek offers OHV... Read more
Directions: On the east side of the Sonora Pass, you will find Leavitt Meadow... Read more
Horseback Riding, Hiking & Camping Length: Day Rides Directions: 12 miles... Read more
New Melones is a Lake on the Stanislaus River located in both Tuolumne and... Read more
This designated OHV campground opens by mid-June each year. There are 5 miles... Read more
Thousands of vacationers flood Pinecrest each summer to camp, boat, fish, swim... Read more
Campgrounds scattered throughout the forest, encompassing the eastern half of... Read more
The ever-popular park features 10 popular campgrounds that can accommodate RVs... Read more

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