April 27, 2021 - reviewed by Pete
The entrance is off Horseshoe meadow Road not Granite View rd. I agree with all the comments, a very nice place to stay. Extremely scenic area.
4$ senior with pass
July 11, 2020 - reviewed by Ivan
Can’t Go Wrong With This
Very nice campground like it says $8.00 a night, you can’t go wrong in my opinion. You drive up to the entrance and take a spin around the camp sites to see which ones are available then you return to the entrance fill out an envelope to make a payment and put the site number you are in and that’s it . We chose this campground for our first one due to the fact that they provide potable water and have restrooms available. Restrooms were very well kept and dispersed throughout the campsites. highly recommended.
February 15, 2019 - reviewed by HANK
Great For The Price
Great views, water and dump station. $5/day. Lone Pine has all you need.
August 25, 2018 - reviewed by Poppy
One Of Our Top Spots
We have stayed here a few times already and like it. We have a 28’ coach and there are plenty of spots we can stay in. Many of the spots are not to close together so it doesn’t feel like a parking lot. You are by a creek and that is cool. If I could wish for something more it would be for some more trees.
August 1, 2018 - reviewed by Dawn
We love Tuttle Creek. Dry camping, huge sites, dump stations, potable water, clean pit toilets, wide open spaces. You can see for miles across the Owens Valley then turn around and be in awe of the majestic Sierra Nevada range towering over 13,000 feet above. So much to do nearby. Fishing, hiking, sight seeing, off-road trails. Can't get enough of this place.
April 29, 2018 - reviewed by An Old Ranger
I spent nearly two weeks and Tuttle Creek and loved every minute of it. Clean quiet about 100 campsites to choose from. Not much shade and a little windy at times, but close to the town of Lone Pine and manzanar National Historic Site. Be sure you check out manzanar and also make sure you go to The Mule movie Museum in Lone Pine. I'll definitely stay here again if I come back this way.
May 28, 2017 - reviewed by Joe
Tuttle Creek Campground
Stayed here the first weekend in April. While it was dry camping, clean restrooms and water is available at specific locations throughout the Campground. Also, there is a dump station located at the entrance. Had a view of Mt Whitney on one side of camp and the Owens Valley on the other side. Beautiful views ! The Campground was clean, quiet, and well maintained. Saw people fishing in the creek that runs through the Campground. One man came away with a couple decent sized trout.
The nearby town of Lone Pine has a movie museum of every movie ever shot in the area. It was actually quite interesting to see the number of movies shot there such as Iron Man and Gunga Din.
We will definitely come back to this Campground very soon !